Hell is not fighting you because of who you are NOW,where you are NOW, or what you have NOW. Hell is afraid of your future. ~ Ronald LaCombe
There are four ways in which we have contact with the world: What we do, how we look, what we say, and how we say it. ~ Dale Carnegie
If you have a hard time serving when you’re not “in charge” most likely you will have the same trouble when you are. ~ Matthew Johnson
A 1997 Gallup Poll unearthed a noteworthy nugget of marital insight. It discovered that when a couple consistently prays together its chances of divorce plunges from one-in-three to one-in-1,152.
You don’t have to be religious to pray — just smart. Don’t worry about a formula, God appreciates simple sincerity. Try the “sorry, thank you, please” format. Express what you are sorry for. Thank God for the multitude of received blessings, including your spouse. Then discuss requests with the Divine. Remember to say “please.”
The schedule for the week has been posted on the website.
We will make an announcement soon regarding the Thursday night service.
Due to preparations for the baby shower and the alterations in the schedule due to special services in Astle, we may have to cancel that service. Stay tuned…
Also, HAPPY BIRTHDAY to…
Pauleen Ryder – 24th
Marcia MacCallum – 26th
John Corcoran – 27th
Christopher MacCallum – 28th
and HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to…
Sheldon & Kate – 24th
Listening to people casually criticize your church is equivalent to watching someone casually cut on your baby. ~ Shara McKee
PRAYER: “The shortest distance between a problem & its solution is equal to the distance between your knees & the floor.” ~ Charles Stanley
Don’t have a concert first, then tune your instrument afterward. Begin the day with prayer; get first into harmony with Him. ~ Hudson Taylor
“We are too busy to pray, and so we are too busy to have power. We have a great deal of activity, but we accomplish little.” ~ R.A. Torrey
A life spent making mistakes is not only more honourable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. ~ George B. Shaw