I will conclude the sermon series in the
book of Revelation this coming month. The
final messages are scheduled for the last
Sunday of December. Invite your friends and
neighbors to come join us for these messages
dealing with the Millennial Kingdom of Christ
and a description of our heavenly home.
I plan to preach a sermon series through
the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew #5-7) as
we begin the year 2022. This will be a Sunday
morning series. I plan to preach a series
through 1 Timothy in the Sunday evening
services. I also plan to teach a series on the
life of King David (from 1 & 2 Samuel) during
our Wednesday night Adult Bible Class. These 3
series should take up the first half of the year.
I ask that you pray for our shut-ins and for
our inactive members that we can soon get
back to full strength as a church body. We
need every member in his/her place so we
can fulfill our great calling as a church to the
honor and glory of our soon coming Lord.
May God bless you, each and every one.
From The Youth Pastor
December is here, this year has
flown by. There are Christmas lights
everywhere, the stores are full of
people shopping for the perfect gift.
The song selection on the radio has
changed to include carols and songs
about reindeer and elves. The
Hallmark channel has switched itʼs
programming to be 100% Christmas
movies, but something is still missing.
I know that Christmas supposedly didnʼt begin
as a christian holiday, I have studied
itʼs origin. I understand that it is a
commercial holiday full of nonsense
and fairy tales, but why would we let
that stop us from celebrating the birth
We donʼt know with 100% certainty
exactly what day Christ was born,
but we know why He was born. Why
canʼt we take a day to celebrate that?
Christmas affords us a wonderful
opportunity to speak with people
about the birth of our savior. That tiny
little baby would grow up to give His
life for our sin. That sweet innocent
child would remain innocent His whole
life, in order to be the perfect sinless
lamb that would die in our place.
I know there is a lot about the
worldʼs celebration of Christmas that
we donʼt like, but donʼt waste the
opportunity it gives us to tell others
about His birth and how important
that it was. It was so pivotal that time
started over, and without it we would
be without hope.
Averages for November
Sunday School - 115
Morning Worship - 221
Evening Worship - 155
Mid-Week Bible Study - 112
New Members - 2
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