November 19, 2017
It was good to have Laura Libby, daughter of Bob and Margaret Rossow, with us last Sunday… We were glad also to have Gloria Rogers, Kevin’s mother, here from Oklahoma… Harriet Taito and Ann were accompanied by their friend Danny Freire and his daughter, Nayah…Tommy Bolden and her daughter Jayden were here with Caroll Kaniaru.
Diana Huffine is in Amarillo with her mother, Barbara Huguley, who has received a pacemaker… Deby Mahoney has fallen again, and her wrist is in a cast… Deby’s daughter, Carah, is struggling with several health problems, and her uncle Paul Barnes has been moved to assisted living.
ONGOING PRAYER CONCERNS
Let’s continue our prayers for these dear ones, whose needs have been made known to us:
Wendy Robertson, Angela Taylor, Katrina Gallo, Karauna and Harriett Taito, Bettie Dahlager, Karl Simms, Susan Butcher, Jesse Brown, Delphine Lous, Barb Plucheck, Chanay McKenzie-Griffin, Faye Young, Danielle Fisher, Andre Kidd, James Harris and Joan Wilkes.
Our loved ones in the armed forces and law enforcement: Paul Germany, Anthony Patterson and Lawrence Hilton.
The drive to help Crossroads Center feed homeless folks a Thanksgiving meal ends today. Please place your items on the table for delivery to the center.
LEADERS MEETING TODAY
Following the morning service, after allowing time to grab a sandwich if you didn’t bring your own… We’re all welcomed to attend.
UKRAINE CAN OPENING
We plan to have a carry-in lunch on December 10 and count the money collected for the Ukraine Mission Work. Let’s have a good crowd and enjoy the time together.
COLLECTION FOR CCS
We collected $150 I the fall fund drive for Colorado Christian Services. Your generosity is deeply appreciated.
We sympathize with the loved ones of Beverly Blair, a former member here, who passed away Monday.
Danny Yencich is in Boston attending a scholar’s conference. We pray that he will have a good trip.
Karauna and Harriett are very grateful for the prayers and words of support they have received from the congregation. Karauna’s address is posted on the bulletin board; he is looking forward to hearing from us.
There is power in the written word. Centuries after being penned, recorded words can continue to have great impact. Today we will look at the subject, “God’s Written Word,” and see how His message can transform our lives.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT STUDY
No midweek study de to the Thanksgiving holiday. On November 29 we will look at part two of our survey of the New Testament book of Matthew. This gospel provides an especially Jewish perspective of Jesus.