So then, brothers and sisters, stand firm and hold fast to the teachings we passed on to you, whether by word of mouth or by letter.
~2 Thessalonians 2:15~
READ the BIBLE
- Section – The Good News
- Week 12 – Repentance and Forgiveness
- March 19
- Psalm 32: 1-11
- “Refusing to admit my sin can only cause . . . . “
Did Annie Armstrong marry?
It wasn’t just supporting other missionaries that kept Annie busy. While she never married or had children, she served as a Sunday School teacher for children from toddlers to age 12 for over 50 years. She volunteered at a shelter for poor children.
TRAIL LIFE and OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
What a wonderful morning we had working together! The boys learned about “Shoeboxes” and made beautiful bead necklaces which they placed in an “Shoebox” to represent packing a “Shoebox” and including one of their bead necklaces. The boys were both attentive and well behaved. We also had adult helpers who filled their role well.
If you see one one the Trail Life members, ask them to tell you about Operation Christmas Child – why we pack “Shoeboxes”, how we get the boxes to the children, and about who the children can learn about because of the “Shoeboxes”. You may be surprised with their knowledge. You probably will get good answers from the adults too.
If you know of any adults who helped, asked them about the well-behaved group they worked with and how welll and quickly they made bead necklaces for the boys.
Bro. Darryl came by and observed for a few minutes, I think he surely observed some good listeners and hard workers.
What a great morning!
SERMON TOPIC AND SCRIPTURE PASSAGE FOR THIS MORNING”S SERMON
- Sunday, March 19
- “Judgement is Coming”
- Ezekiel 4
- FBC, Kentwood @ 10:30
PRAYER FOCUS for TODAY
Today, let’s thank God for boys who gave up their regular Saturday morning and came to church to make necklaces for boys, not for a good friend, but for boys they will never meet. Also, thank God for the parents and other adults who are positive influences on their lives. Pray the boys and adults learned a little about “missions”, even though that word was never used yesterday.
Have a wonderful Lord’s Day!