Wednesday No Word of Life clubs tonight.
Prayer and Bible study at 7:00 p.m.
Thursday – Thanksgiving Day
A study of the book of 1 John begins December 3 at 9:45 a.m.
Directory Photographs Dates: Nov. 25 (Sat.) 11am – 6pm; Nov. 26 (Sun.) 12:30 – 5 pm; Nov. 27 (Mon) 2 – 9 pm; Nov. 28 (Tues.) 2 – 9 pm.
Safety team meeting Tuesday November 28 at 6:00 p.m.
Foods needed for the food pantry: cereals, peas, spinach, mixed veggies, soups, juices, fish, tuna, brown rice, peanut butter, condiments (mayo, mustard, salt, pepper), meals (boxes), frostings, toilet tissue, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap; tune, cake mixes, pie fillings, macaroni & cheese (boxed), plain juice (no sugar added), plain canned pumpkin (no sugar).
Ladies Fellowship – Monday November 29 at 7:00 p.m. at Kelli Matteson’s house. Bring a friend. We will be making cards.
Saturday December 2 – Live Nativity
We received $140 for Weick’s receipts. Thank you, and please keep putting them in the kitchen.
CHURCH FAMILY: We need to replenish the missionary closet for our missionary conference, January 2018. If you would like to donate new items, please pick an item from the little treasure chest on the table under the mirror and return the item by January 7, 2018. Thank you for your help. Any questions see Joan Warren.
Substitute teachers needed! Martin Public Schools are looking for quality substitute teachers to fill day-to-day staff needs. For more information on how to become a substitute teacher, please visit www.edustaff.org. For the first 10 full days of work, a substitute teacher will receive $75 per full day ($35 per half day). On the 11th day and every day thereafter, a substitute teacher will receive $100 per full day ($50 per half day). Also, for a limited time, Martin Public Schools will cover the AAESA fingerprinting fee. Thank you! Christina Blauvelt
Go online to Faith Church, Lafayette, Indiana to register for the intensive discipleship conference February 11 – 16.
Recommended resource: “Becoming a Widow – The Ache of Missing Your Other Half” – Elizabeth W.D. Groves
“The power of prayer does not reside in the place where it starts, but in the person it reaches.” Hebrews 4:14-16
Pride easily detects the speck in your brother’s eye.
Brokenness readily detects the beam in your own eye.
“Worship is not an experience. Worship is an act, and this takes discipline. We are to worship ‘in spirit and in truth.’ Never mind about the feelings. We are to worship in spite of them.” – Elisabeth Elliot