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ti4 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, May 16, 2019 Church News Eden Chapel United Methodist By Rev. John Curds This Sunday is the day for your visit to Eden Chapel. Yes we elieve that when you worship with us you will.find a home here 9n earth! We are that church onthe hill in the counlry that you have laeen looking for butjust keep driving by. You are invited to come out and enjoy Sunday morning with us ! Morning Communion is at 9:45am, Sunday School starts at 10am and dismisses at 10:45, Morning Worship starts at 1 lain and concludes around 12 noon. Our snack lime is ready at 9am and available until 1 lam, come share some coffee,juice and donuts with us. It will be the 5th Sunday of Easter and Graduate Recognition Sunday at Eden Chapel. Pastor John will be teaching from the book of Matt 6: 1-2; 16-18 with the rifle being "Can You Keep a Secref'. God rewards good deeds done "behind" the scenes. I love team sports, and I love competition. And for any team to win, every on that team has to play their role and do their job. On my high school basketball team, we had guys who had to get the rebounds, guards who moved the ball, and shooters who could hit the shots. But everyone had to do the little things like box out, set picks, hustle, and play solid defense. However the guys who averaged twenty points a game got the press, but they also knew they couldn't score if everyone else just stood around. The troth is; trying to look good in front of others has never won a game. Wrong motives never work and often turn good things into bad things. This is not only tree n sports but also in our lives. Doing good things in secret has eternal rewards. Why is that? Because reward of "well done" from God is worth more than anything you can receive on earth. ! So we hope to see you at Eden Chapel! You are always invited on any Sunday to come out to Eden Chapel for a visit and cel- ebrate the living Christ with us! We are located at the comer of ,92nd Street and South Fairgrounds road right outside of Perkins. Immanuel Baptist Church ]By Claudia Andrews ,Mother's Day! We honored all the mothers present with a gift 9nd then we honored two of our seniors,Aspyn Tackett and Nate Barta. Super day all around! Bob Duke sang the medley "His Name is Wondeffd" before moming sermon for those who came to celebrate Jesus as avior and Lord. ,Guest Brother Lonny Lee brought our moming message from Romans 8:1-11, expounding on our Mind-Set. '`There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus" v. 1. There is a difference between a mind set on the flesh and one set on the Spirit. Sin came into the world by the man, Adam and the sin payment is required: death. The Son of the God-man, Jesus, came into the world to pay that price with the shedding of His own blood. He paid a debt He did not owe, we owed a debt we .could not pay; He paid the debt we could never pay. We stand before Him convicted of sin, but He came and wiped it away for those who receive Him. Though we battle the flesh every day, a mind set on Christ will win that battle. When did your mind-set change? Rolllans 8:9. ! Debbie Sanders played the piano special "His Name is Won- derfur' medley before the evening sermon. Bro. Louny continued his morning message from Romans 8:1- 11. How can God have ever allowed sin in our world? When you turn off the light, you get darkness. It goes back to choice. God created us to walk in the light, His light. We cannot live in the flesh and expect to find peace, joy, and light Christ.provided through His death on the cross. Daily obedience to the Word of God and walking in the lightrenders the fleshly desires powerless in our lives. The same power that brought Jesus out of the grave lives in those who call Him Savior and Lord. "'If anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he does not belong to Him" - it is a choice made once for all for those who tndy believe. AW ANA Clubs are over for this year, but children K-6th grade will enjoy "Splash Canyon" beginning May 22, Wed 6- 7:15pm for a time Bible learning, fun and games! Ladies SJ.S.T E.RS. meet Tues. at 10am and Men's Bible study is 7pm downtown Perkins. Adult prayer and Bible study happens each Wed. 6:30-7:30pm with Bro. Ed Anderson l tding the study. Camp Lela Children's Camp, for 4th-6th graders is June 11-14. Vacation Pdble School "One Race" begins June 17 -21,6-8:30pm from children K -6th grade. Come visit us at 2415 E 104,just a mile north of Perkins. Info: 547-1222 or www .ibcperkins.org Cimarron Valley Church of Perkins By Ralph Martin Sunday ,our Pastor, Paul Dawson,brought the message "Raising Eagles" from 2 Timothy 1:1-7. One of the most knowledgeable, influential, and beloved men of history is the apostle Paul. And we have his famous last words. Paul was facing death. He was very much alive, but hig condition was terminal. Convicted as a follower of Jesus of Nazareth, Paul sat in a cold Roman prison, cut off from the world, with a visitor or two and his writing materials. Paul knew that soon he would be executed and so he wrote his final thoughts to his "son" Timothy, passing to him the torch of leadership, reminding him of what was auly impoaant, and encouraging him in the faith. Paul writes, "Timothy, I thank God for you. He is the G-bd I serve with a clear conscience,just as my ancestors did. Night and day I constantly remember you in my tnayers. I long to see you again, for I remember your "tears as we parted. And I will be filled with joy when we are together again. I know that you sincerely mast the Lord, for you have the faith of your mother, Eunice and your grandmother, LoIS. This is why I remind you to fan into flames the spiritual gift God gave you when I laid my hands on you. For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love and self-discipline. So you have never be ashamed to tell others about our Lord. And don't be ashamed of me, either, even though I'm in prison for Christ. With the strength God gives you, be ready to suffer with me for the proclamation of the Good News?' Young eagles receive about two years of training from the mother eagle. The young bird can safely venture outside the nest after the first year but can return back to the protection of the molher eagle for another year - should the situation dictate. After that, they must leave the nest for good. Its time to soar! Without the mother eagle's influence, the young eagle would be just another"barn yard chicken" A good analogy is the way our morns nurture us for years and years. Then one day she declares 'Tm not raising chickens! I'm raising eagles! Now go soar!" Special music by Dewayne Pfickett Please consider this your invitation to worship with us at 901 Sadler Road in Perkins. Sunday School begins at 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship and Children' s Worship follow at 10:45 ANI. Nursery is available for the very young. Bible Study 6:00 P.M. Wednesday. Contact the church at 405-547-1557 if you need lransportation. Christian Church of Perkins By Judith Riden 'q'rust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and shun evil. This will bring health to your body and nourishment to your bones. Honor the LORD with your wealth, with the firstfruits of all your crops; then your bams will be filled to overflowing, and your vats will brim over with new wine" Proverbs 3:5-10 We wpuld love for you to visit our church family and join us for services. Christian Church of Perkins, 121 E Stumbo. Sunday School 9:45 aJn Sunday worship 10:45 aan Wednesday eve- ning fellowship meal 6 pan Bible study 7 pan Mehan Union Church By Dorothy Arthur Proverbs 31 tells of the life of a mother. The Lord loves you in what ever position you are. A married mother, single mother, foster mother, step-mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, He wants to be with you for strength, guidance, prayer time, encour- agement, and love! We have so many different mother's in our lives, I pray you honor yours every day, pray for her, encourage her, listen to and love her. This was the message Sunday. The congregation took tilne to encourage our mothers with hugs, best wishes and a devotional booklet, Preceding worship time we enjoyed "Muffins for Mother's Day." a time of food, fun, and fellowship for everyone. Praise the I ord! We' re coming up to the end of school and this will be the last Wednesday of Kidzlife. It has been a fun time learning about the Lord. This Wednesday is also our "Jump Into Summer Bash." More food,fun,and fellowship for the children and adults. Thank you Lord for all the teachers. We pray they remember these times to help in their lives. Last week was food/clothing day and approximately 90 fam- ilies were served. We were blessed to be there to give needed provisions. Always on our hearts and in our prayers are the needs of those with illness, those missing from us, recovering from surgeries, and needing assistance in some way. Add to your prayers the people in Afghanistan going through a terrible time in their counaT as Christians are being sought out and killed. Praise reports include former members Wallace and BiUie cel- ebrating 74 years of marriage, graduating students, and a young man going forth for baptism soon. CHURCH, Page B5 Churehof the (405 United Meli~list Church Vaaey Church 901 N. Sadler Rd,~ (405) 547-1557 Sunday School 9:30 a:m. 1005 E. Kirk, Pelkim (405) 547-2481 Laura Glover, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 am. Sunday Fellowship 10:30 aan. Worship 10:55 am. Youth Group 4 p.m. Sunday Worship 10:45 aan: Wed. - Choir 6:30 p.m Bells 7:30 pxa. Wedaesday Evening 7 pan. "Ordinary People Serving an Evmagelieal Friends Chapel Mehan Union Church 8300 E 68th. Sdllwater (405) 743-2097 Toby Tiner, Pastor (405) 747-0610 Perkins Church of 1200 Lover's Lane, Perkins (405) 547-5393 Matt Mills. ~ster ExlraordinaryGodt" 7 ~ west ofthe Perkim T on Mike Bale, Jay Littau & James Moore, SH33, I/2 mile south on Redlands Rd Elders Ch~ of ~ Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 9 am Services 10 aan. 119 E. Saunbo, Peskins/'doming Worship 11 a.m. Sunday evening Bible Study 6pan, (405) 547-2004 ." Evening Service 6 p.m. Wednesday 7 pan. David Pock, Minister Wednesday Bible Study 6 p.m. Sunday School 9.'45 am, Rockin'M Cowboy Chmr.h Sunday Worship I0i45 aan. G~ News Community Church (405) 332-3519 Evening 7 pan.144 E. Kinder-Wells Blvd Perkins Meeting at ~ Old Church Center (405) 7474)448 Oklahoma Territorial Plaza Perkins Cimarron Worship ~ Worship & Children's Church 10 aan. Coffee & Fellov~ship 10 am. 304 North Main, Perkins Bible Study 10:15 a.m. Worship It ~. (405) 547-5111 Greater x~m'mn Chureh - Seth ~s,~ ~ 1104 Pogue St Perkins St.Frands Xavier Catholic wwW.ciman-cmworshipcemter.org Sunday School 9:45 aan. 711 N. Country Club Rd, Sunday Worship 10:45 aan, Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. sfxstillwater.com Wednesday Bible Study 7pan. Wednesday: Youth 4 pan. (405) 372-6886 Church 7 pan. Father Brian O'Brien Diamond Vall~ Mass times: Saturday 5 pail Immanuel Baptist Church Sunday 8:30 and 11:15 aJn. 522 Diamond Valley Rcrad, Stillwater 2415 E: 104 St Perkins Spanish Mass 1 p.m. 6 miles east of Perkins Road www.immanuelbaptis~s .org Tu 7 aan, . oo Highway 5t Sunday School 9:30 aan. Friday !2:10 psn. Worship 10:45 aan. 1st Saturday 9 aan. " Discipleship Training 5 p.m. Conf~,sion: Wednesday 5:30-6:30 pan. Eden ~ United Metbodist Worship 6 pare. Saturday 3-4:30 pan. 2 nil. east of Perkins on SH33 Wed. Prayer/Bible Study 6:30 p an. And by alvoimment & 2mi.mmh & Awana Club (405) 547-1!79 o-John ~, Pa$1DI" Try0n Assembly of ~ Chinch 9:30dan: "' Li~ Church of Perkins 205 S.IvI~, (40Y) 762-0534 Sunday lla~ '4524 E 116th St Perkins Gene Hemdon, ~ Wed. Choir ~ 6 pan Youth 6 (405) 547-1200 Sunday SctK~I 9:45 aan. pan. UM Women Third Sat. 9 aa-n. Louis and Tammy Cowan, Pastors Worship Services 10:45 aan, " Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Wednesday 6:30 p,m. First Sunday Worship 10:45 aan. Wednesday Night Addiction Oass 7 pan. Ikyou ~ Church 9404 S ~ Rd, Petkins Andrew Payne 103 S. Main, Tryon, O18)374-2743 Try a Christian Chmda p~, " Family Night - Wednesday 6:30 p.m. I04 North Vn~t Slreet, Tryon Steven Grotheer, Brst ~ Onn~ af~ ~ C~ United Methodist Sunday School I0 aan. (918) 374-2496 8002 S, Washington Worship S~ 11 aan~ Sunday SchOol 9:45 am. (405) 377-0927 Wednesday Youth Group 6:30 pan. Sunday I1 aan. Ma~ Rudd, Minister Sunday Evening 6:30 p~.www.lostcreekume.org Unitarian Universalist Church Wednesday7 pzn. 1 mile west of US 177 on 80th Street 329 S. S~llard, Stillwater OK 74074 Sunday 8:30 and 1t aan. (405) 372-0620 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Forum 9 a.m Service [0:30 aan. Sunday evenings Youth 5:30 p.m. Choir Wednesday 7 pan. (405) 547-2436 820 N. Main, 547-2414 Steve & Kelley Myers See you in church Sunday Open Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30 p.m. & Sat. 8-Noon Sadler Road & Hwy. 33-Perkins #