“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever”
Psalm 106:1, NIV
One of the greatest blessings he provides for us is the ability to spend time together in worship and
encouragement. How good it is that we can enjoy that privilege today! If you are a visitor, you are very welcome here. Please come back whenever you can.
Des’Rae Strome has been having tests to determine the cause of her ongoing health problems. Robert and Jana Lee will be traveling to Westworth Village, a Fort Worth suburb, where Robert will hold an evangelistic meeting April 26-28. Please pray for their safe travel and that the meeting will be spiritually uplifting for the Westworth church. After that, the Lees will spend a few days with family members in Texas and Oklahoma but they plan to be back for services on May 5th. We pray that Chuck and Diana Huffine will have good visits with family in Texas this weekend.
ONGOING PRAYER CONCERNS
Please continue in prayer for these loved ones and their various needs:
* Katrina Gallo, Deby Mahoney, Cara Barnes, Betty Fox, Gwendolyn Fisher, Danielle Fisher, and Faye Young.
* Our loved ones in or working with the armed forces and law enforcement: Paul Germany, Anthony Patterson and Lawrence Hilton, and their families.
“Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.”—1 Peter 5:6-7 NIV
Jackie Watkins has successfully completed her move to Oklahoma City. Her new address will be posted on the bulletin board.
SINGING AT SMOKEY HILL CHURCH
Smoky Hill Church of Christ plans to host an area-wide singing Friday, May 3rd, beginning at 7:00 p.m. A flyer, including a map to their building in Centennial, is on the bulletin board.
LETTER FROM A SPONSORED CHILD
A letter written in Spanish by Genesis Salinas, a child we support through Christian Relief Fund, is on the bulletin, along with an English translation. If you would like to send her a letter, please see Robert Lee.
NEXT SUNDAY’S SPEAKER
Kerry Holton, of Fort Collins, will be our teacher next Sunday. He and his wife, Becky, have over 40 years of ministry experience from working with churches in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas and Connecticut to teaching in York College in Nebraska and urban ministry in Chicago. He currently serves as an elder in the Meadowlark church at Fort Collins and is executive director of a ministry offering workshops for church leaders to help them lead more effectively and grow the church. The Boltons have three married children and five grandchildren.
“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said.” —Matthew 28:7 (NIV)
NEW BULLETIN COVERS
You surely have noticed a new look for our church bulletins. Thanks to Vanee Houssney, Rick and Gloria’s daughter, for sketching several views of our building.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is at the very heart of the gospel message. In today’s lesson, Heartbreak to Hope,” we will focus on the blessings brought to us because Jesus was raised to new life after the cross.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT STUDY
We normally dress up for important occasions. What could be more important than coming before the Almighty Creator? We will look at passages about how believers in Christ are clothed for eternity.