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c THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, February 1, 2001-i 1 i you interested in a mission to Estonia? Call the office at 377- t or emaii to LCreekUMC@aol.com and sister church Eden Chapel are in need of a secre- :.The position is 15 hours per week. For job description con- by phone or email. you like to serve in Mission? Volunteer Data Form is in Complete this form and be notified when your skill might Mission Mexico trip planned for Christmas break was been The target date now is Spring Break. Contact Richard s, or the office for details. 15-29, VIM Youth Experience, Maintenance and Construc- Mission. 10-12 grade. Brochures are in the foyer. lins Church of Christ try Tharp gs we have just started a study of the book of This book of God's word has influenced hundreds of ;ands of people. It has changed history. Martin Luther started )n because of the book of Romans. Augustine be- a Christian because of the book of Romans. All through God has used the book of Romans to touch people's lives. like to invite everyone to come worship, study, learn grown with us as we study this great book of God's word. Barnhouse spent many years preaching through the book He said, "God has always used this book to renew, V OT E FO ........ LLOYD MOORMAN FOR -T SCHOOL BOARD FEBRUARY 13, 2001 refresh and revitalize the church. My prayer is that God will use the book of Romans in our church just as he has used it time after time for Christians who are stuck in a rut, feel frustrated or who are hurting." If it is renewal in your relationship with God you desire. If yours is the need to be refreshed and revitalized this study will bless your life. I hope to see you here this Sunday. Bible classes for all ages begin at 9 a.m. Sunday morning. Worship services start at ten. We also have a mid-week service that begins at 7 p.m. Wednes- day evenings. Our address is 1200 N. Lovers Lane. OBU Day in the churches coming in February Oklahoma Baptists in more than 60 churches across the state will hear testimonies of appreciation and accomplishment from student and faculty representatives of Oklahoma Baptist Univer- sity during two Sundays in February. The annual OBU Day in the Churches celebration Feb. 18 and 25 will celebrate Oklahoma Baptists' strong relationship with OBU. The theme for 2001, "Seeking Knowledge," is designed to convey the University's'emphasis on academic excellence in a distinctively Christian setting. Feb. 18, the OBU Day emphasis will be for the eastern region of the state. Feb. 25, the emphasis will be for the western region and the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. However, churches with Senior Citizens news by Kathleen Johnson Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Mat- thew 5:4 ***** .... Cead mile failte " " ***** Our condolences to the families of the members of the Okla- homa State University men's basketball team, support staff, news media members, and pilots. We have always supported your en, deavors, and now we mourn with your and for you. I found myself questioning God. Why? Why them'? GOd for- give me. We belong to God. We are not lsed tomorrow. We trust Christ's promise that those who bel;eve in him have eternal life. ***** We Oklahomans enjoy some of the some things our parents and grandparents enjoyed. Wide skies, beautiful sunsets, the way the sun rise, the soft rain falls or the tempestuous storms come over the rolling hills and plains like a thundering herd. I received a call from a dear friend of Gerald's and mine "Zella Hood". She made a bakers dozen of beautiful whiHea-towels for scheduling conflicts can use either day or choose alternate dates, the Senior Center. Hadthem hemmed and ready to go, just come OBU Day is a reminder to Baptists around the state that their ..... afidl ic"k them-up, [his is especially nice to receive such a gift. support of the university is not routine or mundane; but is vital to Thank you Zella, we appreciate you thing of the center. Try to student success. 'q think it is important that the people-in the churches hear from these students who are serious about seeking knowledge at a Chris- tian university," said Rader. "OBU Day gives this opportunity for churches to see the caliber of students we have at OBU and their commitment to grow both academically and spiritually." More than 100 students, faculty-and staff are currently sched- uled to travel to Oklahoma churches and more are available to participate in worship services, youth meetings, or other church OBU Day activities. The representatives share about OBU or Chris- tian higher education. Bulletin inserts, an OBU "Quick Facts" bro- chure, and other materials are available for churches upon request. Speakers and materials can be requested through OBU's Religious Life Office, 405-878-2377. Theme come by and see us and have lunch sometime. I have been miss- ing everything lately, but will be back soon hopefully. The Seniors meet for the Mystery Dinner on Jan. 26, leaving promptly at 5 (I think) anyway they usually do. They made their way to Ponca City, to a place called, Blue Moon. That sounds like a romantic place -- B-L-U-E M-O-O-N, set that to music and have a song, in fact isn't there a song by that name? I found out that, that is the old name or other name. Charlotte Sadler was calling it something else, don't remember what, anyway, we'll call it Blue Moon. Who went? Claud Cash, Wendell and Char- lotte Sadler, John and Judy Bartram, Bill and Etta Worthy, Joan and Gordon White, R.L and Ynona Benedict, Amanda Sadler and Margaret Suggs. The menu was varied so they selected dif- ferent items. I believe everyone was pleased and had a great time. Looking forward to the next one. See you there. Current Events: daughter wants me m m i announced for Music- Monday 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Birthday Luncheon every 3rd Friday (Feb. 16) ,ve the verr t st. l l Law Day 2001 Mystery Dinner every 4th Friday (Feb. 23) knows I still need 1 1 contests ,S:tu:day Evening-Games II l "How America Celebrates its HAPPY B IRTHDAY ndependence. 1 Freedoms" is the theme for the Amber Graham, Zelma Fisher, Sandi Henlsey, Eiizabe Kirby, Oel t/t lNRdlA, i otk l tzlelltllb h l 2001 Law Day Contests sport- Brandi Springer, Spencer List, Jackson Breeden, Lacy Grotheer, Wet terln tJllswl attl m !ll l ; sored by the OklahomaBarAs- Cyndi Collins, Alvin Sissel, Matt Everly, Kelly Gentry, Gary Illtt , velylll l Ir maltd sociation. Murray, Maggie Cowan, Jack Buck, Donna hemphill, Toyna Oklahoma students in grades Miller, Andrea Sharp. We wish you all many, many more Happy and it lhlt 1 [tworkl-6 are for encouragedthe Law Dayt submit poster Birthdays...,,, Yes-Siree? i, lfw li,mtp contest. Essay contests will be Just down the road from Timberline, First and Kirk to be exack I is the Senior Center, some interesting things go on there, for onei held for students in grades 7-12. IitiA A#ordable .1 Photo contests will be held for music every Monday evening with talented musicians and vocal: S!.m -[ t ,-4k '1111 I C , students in grades 4-12. ists: Lorraine Smith, Chet;Smith, Bill Baker, James Hall, NorviI Students entries will be Cole, Bob Penick, Bill Boyd of Perkins. lval Hesser, Howard _ ' !e tWO l]41II ll at l t c judged based on,,creativity, Anderson, Max Porter, Harold Stamper of Stillwater. Bud Smith; [l( ' l vlll& ,, . , Originality and intei'pretation of Crescent, Elois Edwards, Norman Miser, Willie Mouser, Milli 1" d 1 11 private [ - the theme. First place winners Evans Brown, Guthrie. Florence Baker, Opal & Ed Edwards , ** . , * will receive $200, second place Tryon. Murl Rhodes, Airy Stevens, Cushing. Bernie Feltoni A.,J" 24 , urity / - I winners are awarded $100 and Drumright, Bill Worthy, Stella Rogers, Agra. Thanks to each .tU-Tm / - Assislm e with . ecir, c -- .......... " ..... ill third place winners will receive you we appreciate you coming to play for us. '. |" H in- "and laundry / ] $50. Deadline for all entries is ***** " ' l" fijl -Jii lJCS / tOi ,,:,,,,t ; March 1. -'. Tillwe meet again dear friends and family- Pour pren dye conge; "C I ili llld / Of, OBA Presi lent Charles D. Deo Volente, I wish you peace and, love.---- " . t bulb,+,,,, [ lll rapyai ( llll ,, rv . i e,i"Buddy" Neal of McAlesterPersonal trainer workshop offered ; lust [ ~,u.~,~u , -- [ said, "Each year the bar asso- / 1'1Ot11 tO / .7. L:- _, , , ciation receives hundreds of The Seretean Wellness Center at Oklahoma State University anl [ t(~n~,l..,it,l'. ,,~.4ttll~Kllld~ / ~q]ll~l~"t[illOll~l~k~ entries from students across the NDEITA, a non-profit fitness professional association are co-spon= ast 3terP1 . / : H th vic state. Educators often tell us soring a nationally recognized workshop on Feb. 24 & 25. ; Tl ns ltalk rt to tOWla " how useful these contests are as This two day Personal Trainer Workshop includes demonstra - a way of providing students an tions and practical application of one-on-one training. NDEITA% iO1"11 1 iS 81 8I O811 , O llr excellent opportunity to do expert trainerwill cover exercise science review, communicatio!a skills, exercise programming, health assessments and more. Worb hands-on research and learn shop registration includes written exam, 2 year certificate ancl haw an b/to make new Id ,er hlps about our government." membership. Otll , I:M IUI [Uity 10U!3 OBA Law Day Committee il3ir l Chairperson Karen Jayne The workshop will be held at the Seretean Wellness (.enter at OSU, 1514 W. Hall of Fame, Stillwater. Pre-registration is impor- foralovetypta lo lheirguests- . . added, The OBA participates tant; space is limited! For additional information, call Mary Talley each year in these nation wide 405-744-6907. To register: call 1-800-AEROBIC (1-800-23% (405) 377-1114 come today to see now activities by sponsoring state- 08tt Of lhe OttRB 181TIiI , wide student contest, volunteer- ing hours of free legal advice and hosting the Ask-A-Lawyer television program with OETA." Contest details are available at the OBA Web site at www.okbar.org, or by calling the OBA at 405-416-7004. Village of Stillwater _ ave been w nt{ , to that @ claL someone rest how mucl mean to qou ? 7-M perk{us journal! - Oodent{nes are v [Jab e in two Just jcE in the. [nJor u tlon be2ow we'LL rlnt Maur @aentlne in the L by Stacy Stanton-Be!f0rd Q. My hair is thinning extremely fast. 1 have noticed lately that there is more hair than normal in my brush. What amount of hair is "normal" to lose? Why am I losing more now'? A. It is normal to lose 60 - 100 hairs per day. Which really is not that much. They should grow back, but the replacement hair is usually thinner and does not pull all of the sebaceous oils out of the hair follicle. Over time, these oils along with sweat, pollut- ants, and chemicals from ordinary shampoos that do not rinse out all the way, coat the scalp and set up like cement in the fol' licle. This keeps the amount of blood and nutrients, that your hair needs to grow and survive, from reaching the papilla.(or "bulb" of your hair follicle.) So basically, it is like trying to grow flowers, in cement. When flowers are planted, the ground is soft and fertilized. If you dont tend to the soil, it will harden, like cement, and even when you water, the hardened soil keeps the water and fertilizer from reach- ing the bulb of the flower. It in turn can not grow. I would definitely talk to your stylist if you are experiencing this. You do not have to lose your hair, even if it is in your genes! There are many shampoos out there to help. QUESTIONS CONCERNING YOUR HAIR? E-MAIL ME AT: Z-G-SALONS@ WEBTV.NET SEND LETTERS TO: THE JOURNAL ATTN: "HAIR TALK" ii i South Main, Stiliwater 405/372-3041 Kent & Annette Kinzie