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Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, March 9, 2014:

Gallatin First Christian

Sue Bird opened the worship services with announcements. Macy McNeely shared special music, and Steve Evans gave the children’s moment. Pastor Russ preached from Matthew 26:36-46, “Not My Will.” Neighborhood Table will be held on March 25 from 5-7 p.m., serving chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, corn, and desert. Come join us at the

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Providence

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Snoopy is sitting out in the cold, his supper dish frozen solid. Linus walks by, pats Snoopy on the head, and says: “Be warm and well fed, Snoopy.” And then Linus walks away, leaving Snoopy shivering in the cold. That could have been us. When Adam and Eve disobeyed the Father, broke His laws and his heart; when they were thrown out of Paradise, shivering in

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Rise Up, It’s Spring

ShepherdCalls_WPIs it by coincidence or plan that St. Patrick’s Day and spring come almost simultaneously? On St. Patrick’s Day, we celebrate the green. At the same time, we are looking for the green of spring. Today is sunny, projected temperature 70-plus. A few days like this and everything will turn green. Wonderful!

Assuming there is some connection between spring and St. Patrick’s Day, folk in Amherst, Massachusetts, found it hard

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Frying Pan to Fire

ShepherdCalls_WPThough hardly a surprise, the big news today is “Crimea voters opt to secede.” They chose to be Russians rather than Crimeans. It reminds me of an incident more than 50 years ago when Cuba cast off the shackles of a dictatorship. There was dancing in the streets, followed by nearly 1,000 executions of suspected political opponents, the loss of all private property, the stealthy departure of many family members

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, March 9, 2014:

Gallatin Seventh Day Adventist

Special Prayer Request: Amanda Hogan, Chris Huffman, Charles Hutchinson, Cleo Anne Laybourne, and Vickie Hiley, Vivian Hunsucker, Dr. Don and Bettejean Johnson. Sabbath School Lesson: “Discipling the Spiritual Leaders” from the adult Bible study guide, led by Mary Alice Dalby. Memory Verse: Luke 6:12, 13. Sermon: “The rock that simply will not roll”

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Pardon

by Dr. Don Kuehle 

Barabbas had been proven guilty — guilty of the destruction of property; guilty of the destruction of lives; guilty of being a threat to National Security. Barabbas was in a top-security Roman prison. One morning the word came down: “The Governor has pardoned you. You’re a free man.” Through the centuries, Presidents have pardoned convicted criminals, and even terrorists; Governors have pardoned persons on “death row.”

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Restored!

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Bible is full of colorful characters. I can think of many Biblical characters who I think would make wonderful guests for an evening of conversation. Methusaleh, Jeremiah, Rahab, Enoch, Hosea, Jeremiah, Elijah, John the Baptist, the man with the legion of demons, Nicodemus, etc. would all generate tremendous questions from me.

Simon Peter was certainly a colorful and interesting character. Who can understand a man

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, March 2, 2014:

Gallatin Seventh Day Adventist

Special prayer request: Amanda Hogan, Chris Huffman, Charles Hutchinson, Clay and Cleo Anne Laybourne, and Vickie Hiley, Vivian Hunsucker, Dr. Don and Bettejean Johnson. Sabbath School Lesson; “Discipling the Powerful” from the adult Bible study guide, led by Elder Bill Reed. Memory Verse: Acts 6:7. Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:3,4. Sermon: “The Heart of

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s power

by Dr. Don Kuehle

The headlines shout it out loud and clear: “Power Shortage!” This winter has been brutal; we’re experiencing a shortage of natural gas, propane, maxed-out electric grids; Government regulations limiting our access to coal; wind and solar adds little to our energy needs. Without power, everything shuts down! No electricity. No heat. We’re left shivering in the cold! Seems as if all the sources of power that

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