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I 0-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, March 8, 2001 Eden Chapel by Bob Hilley Rev. Max R tsdd's ~,ermon. "'Who tlae Hell Is the Devil?," focused on our personal conJrontatiofis with Satan. Through Jesus' example in l,uke 4: I- 13, we can see that the way to combat Satan's attempts at leading us astray is Io quote Scripture. Even if we don't know the verses word-for-word, understanding the meaning of scriptural pas- sages will help us to resist temptation. It is important for us to re- member that, while Satan is at work in the world, so is God. Priscilla Pig came by during snack time. She brought a Talons Time Card for Bob. Talons Time Day is a holiday that Priscilla invented so that people could tell each other how much they hate each other--just like we have Valentine's Day to tell each other that we care. The kids hRIped Priscilla see that we don't need a special day for hate--al- though she, of course, thought that that means that she needs to send Bob a Talons Time Day cttrd every day. l uring the Sunday evening services, Max talked about prayer. Read- ing from Matthew 6: 1-6, the text about not calling attention to your- self when praying, Max asked if we prayed before meals in restau- rants. He pointed out that we have a chance to witness to others when we pray in public. Charles Kaupke shared his musical talent during the evening ser- vices by singing with a couple of songs. Next Sunday night, the guest speaker will be Chris Reding, a seminary student from Stillwater. The Eden Chapel/Lost Creek Lenten Devotional, an annual collec- tion of stories thai tell how God is at work in our lives, is now avail- able. Come by one of the churches or contact someone who attends to pick up a copy. Sunday worship begins at 9:30 a.m. tbllowed by snack fellowship alicl then Sunday sch~ol at I 1:00~ Please come join us. You're sure to fi/ d caring people who want to share their love of God with you. First Christian Church ky ChaHes Wall 'Sunday Leonne brought us the message "What Heaven is like in w~rship" from Revelation 4 and 5. Heaven is a place of worship, and will be populated by people who want to worship God. The good times of worship that we have in our churches give us a foretaste of the worship in heaven, giving God the glory and praise. Haelee Marr sang a special, "'Jesus Loves Me". A blood drive lbr Kyle Knott, six year old grandson of Dane and Susan Blubaugh will be at the Perkins-Tryon Elementary Gym, March 12, 2-7 p.m. It is sponsored by the Perkins United Methodist Church. The Oklahoma Christian Convention was held in Stillwater last weekend. It was very good. Some of our local church members par- tic]pated in the conve~tion choir. We got to hear some contemporary Christian music as well as some traditional music. The featured speak- ers, Mark Scott and Them Rainer, brought outstanding messages. Thanks to Hollis Ward who shared two photos of the 1954 basket- ball team. The photos were in last weeks Perkins Journal. These young men were my classmates. I remember how hard they and Coach Ward worked at practice. In 1 Corinthians 9:25 Paul writes, "Everyone who competes in the game goes into strict training. They do it and hope to Please note that the deadline for articles is 6 p.m. each Monday. receive a trophy." First Baptist Church by Kelley Spence Sunday mornings message from Matthew 25:14-30 was entitled "It's All Always His." Pastor, Albert May, brought us the message. In this passage of Scripture, we often refer to as the "Parable of the Talents"; Jesus is speaking of stewardship. As you are probably fa- miliar with this Scripture, a man going on a journey called his ser- vants in and entrusted his property to each one of them. To One he gave five talents of money, to another he gave two, and to another he gave one. Each was expected to get a good return on the property. Increasing what the Master had originally had given them. Two of the servants increased what the Master had entrusted them, and were praised for their good investment. The third servant how- ever, hid his tale and did nothing with what He had been given. The Master called the latter servant "lazy and worthless" You see the prop- erty was never the servants property to hide or to hoard. The ownership of the property was always the Master's, and he had given the property to his servants to manage, while he was away. God has given each of us the responsibility of managing his prop- erty. Whether it is money, material things, time, or talents. All of these things are his and are to be used for his honor and his glory. Are you being a good steward of the things that God has given you to manage? As your recall our Mission trip to Estonia in June of 2001 is coming very soon and we continue to ask for your prayers. Pray for our safety as we go and for the hearts of the people in Estonia to be receptive to the Gospel. You may also contribute financially if you would like to be a part of the work that God is doing there. You may send your contribution to: First Baptist Church, Mission Estonia, 500 East Knipe, Perkins, OK 74059. Checks should be made payable to First Baptist Church. Your con- tributions both in Prayer and Finances, will further the work of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to restore the Soul of a Nation. Thank you for your support. We invite you to come and worship the Lord with us at First Baptist Church. Sunday school begins at 9:30 and Worship Service begins at 10:45. We have a place just waiting for you in our Church family. Come and worship the Master of it all, King Jesus. Our church is located at 500 E. Knipe Street in Perkins. Hope to see yotr there. Agra Baptist Church by Lois Sumrall On Sunday March 25 through Wed. 28 will be Revival with Dr. Russell Cook EOM for Patt-Lincoln Assoc. as evangelist and Bro. Darwin Jackett music leader. Times are 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sun. with a covered dish dinner to follow morning and Wed. evenings a meal will be provide to help working come hear God's word. Meal at 6:30 p.m., services start atl On Tues. it's special youth night, parents come and bring every services. This morning Bro. Roger spoke on not allowing Satan tages to enter our lives and take part of the glow of dim. Be sure to conform unto Christ Jesus not the world, i Bible, go to meeting with other Christians so God. Then share the word with others. When we know share the truth according to God's word we are using has given us. Tonight Bro. Roger continued in Hebrew 7: the com ing to follow the law as God gave it to Moses, with a hi between to God. And the way it is today the Lord Jesus who is everlasting and will never die. He for your sins but once was enough we just need to talk ally. Thanks to Jessica Hutchinson, four years old, for Loves Me". Lost Creek United Methodist by Linda Kay Edmondson Sunday, March 4, choir sang "I Love the Lord" as call Greeting was by David Holbrook. Max Rudd's sermon was titled "Who The Hell Is The was from Luke 4: 1-13. The Devil is very real. He will use~ of God to battle you. Satan will always try to convice weakness. The armour of God, the Word of God, is the need. Lost Creek is a Bible based Church. We are located at ington Road and we invite you to attend this Sunday. For formation: phone 377-0927 or email office hours are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 2 would like something mentioned in the announcement page, the box beside the office by 9 a.m. on Thursdays. UDcomin~ evgnts and onnortunities to sery Sunday schedule at Lost Creek: 8:45 a.m. Intercessory meets; 9:45 a.m. Sunday school; 10:45 a.m. morning p.m. youth group; 5:45 p.m. children's church; 5:45 p.m. study; 6:45 p.m. evening worship. Wednesday schedule at Lost Creek: 9:30 a.m. adult Every fourth Sunday of the month for only $5. take home something baked! Lost Creek ing up something great for you and your family. March 8, 7:30 p.m. Covenant Care Meeting. March 17, Emmaus Gathering at Mustang. March 20, 7:30 p.m. Administrative Council Meeting. March 24, 1 to 3 p.m., join Lost Creek Ladies crafting fun. Demonstrations by Pam Allen and Linda stamping techniques. Supplies available to make mark, or gift bag. Bring snacks. March 25, 7 a.m., Men meet for breakfast, worship and l c ?: :L c Two Bible Evangelistic Temple 1102 Pogue Street, Perkins B47-5076 .... ' ~ Jerry Sparkman .... Sunday School...9:45 a.m. Morning Service... 11 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Service...7:30 p.m. Thursday...7:30 p.m. Church of Christ Terry Tharp, Minister 1100 Lover's Lane, Perkins 547-5393 Church of the First Born Perkins 547-5406 Eden Chapel United Methodist miles east of Perkins on SH 33 and two miles north Sunday morning worship...9:30 a.m. Sunday School... 11 a.m. Youth...4 p.m. at Lost Creek Sunday Evenings...6 Classes (At Lost Creek)...6:45 Worship Wednesday...Choir practice Third Saturday...9 a.m. UM Women 547-5207 Max Rudd, minister First Assembly of God Pastor Barry Williams 304 North Main, Perkins 547-5111 Sunday School...9:45 a.m. Morning Worship... 10:45 a.m. Evening Worship...6 p.m. Wednesday Worship...7 p.m. First Baptist Church 500 E. Knipe Street, Perkins 547-2494 Albert May, Pastor Sunday School...9:30 a.m. Morning Worship...10:50 a.m. Discipleship Training...5 p.m. Evening Worship...6 p.m. Wesnesday GA'S t,a2s, MiF's Youth Group...6:30-7 p.m. Praise and Prayer Lme...6:30 p.m. Bible Study...7 p.m. First Christian Church 119 E. Stumbo, Perkins 547-2004 Leonne Worchester Sunday Sehool...9:45 a.m. Morning Worship... 10:45 a.m. Wednesday Evening,.7 p.m. 3 First United Methodist Church 1005 E. Kirk, Perkins 547-1~481 Jim Shepherd, Pastor Sunday School...lO a.m. Morning Worship... 10:55 a.m. Youth Activities...4:30 p.m. Children's Choir...6 p.m. 1/2 Frten&i Chapel mile south of SH 33, 7 miles west of Perkins Road Merl Kixmer Sunday School...10 a.m. " Morning Worship...11 a.m. Choi Practice...6 p.m. Evening Serviee...7 p.m. Weauesday Bible Study...7 p.m. Lost Creek United Methodist miles north of SH 33 on US 177 and 1 mile west Sunday School...9:45 a.m. Worsl ip... 11 a.m. Youth...4:30 p.m. Sundays Sunday evening classes...6 p.m. Sunday evening worship...6:45 p.m. Wednesday Childrens Choir...6:45 p.m. Ladies Ensemble...7:15 p.m. Choir...7:45 p.m. Wed. morning Bible study...9:30 a.m. Men's Prayer Breakfast-Last Sun. of each month...7 a.m. Max Rudd, minister...547-5207 Mehau Union Church Mehan Road 372-4544 Rev. Larry Eslinger Restoration Fellowship Old Church Center East Thomas & First 547-1294 Pastors Don & Debl Pogue Sunday...Pre-serviee prayer...9 a.m. Worship service... I0 a.m. Children's Churoh...11 a,m. Wednesday - Bible Study...7 p.m. 2 River of Life Miles North of SH 33 on US 177 377-4896 Don Russell, Pastor Sunday Sehool...lO a.m. Worship... 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening...6:30 p.m. Wednesday...7 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist 213 S.W. Second, Perkins 377-2533 Saturday Services begin at 3 p.m. Pastor Stanley Buckmaster ' 219 SOUTH MAIN *PERKINS "54' 202 South Main Perkins, OK 4051547-2436 We Are O9_ esa For Yem Convenience: Lobby Hour~Monday through Friday 8:~3.'~a,q Saturday 8.~0-12:00 Drive-up Tells. Monday through Thursday 7:304:00 ,Friday 7:30-6:00 ,Saturday 7:30-12:00 "Our ATM , BankLin-24 , and Night Deposit Drop Are Open 24 Hours A Day, Call 547-2265 For Bank Line -For s We 246 S. Main.Perkins Open M-F 8".30-6.Sat 8".30-1 p.m. deliver prescriptions to all Stillwater Nursing Serving your needs wide choice GOLDEN FUNERAL HOMF FUNERAL Perkins and Stillwater * 372-5550 610 S. 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