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I on living as if He were not there. Past Sunday we were blessed with special music from We were also challenged by Bro. White, who us about making our actions back up our profes- of us profess to be Christians, but we live lives those words. We also looked at the difference be- and "wish." To wish is to dream about some- might happen, but to hope is to look forward to you know will happen--it just hasn't happened as we hope in eternal life in heaven, John everyone who has this hope in Him purifies just as He is pure.' We challenged ourselves to live that proclaims our faith in God even louder than excited to welcome Eddie Hoggatt, who came for- a public commitment to Christ and was bap- D evening study into the book of Psalms con- week with the theme of "Second Meanings." If in Psalms and its prophecies about the come and join us this coming Wednesday night. Church will be hosting a Vacation Bible July10-14. Mark your calendars! Give if you'd like more information (547-2004). meeting time set for Tryon Starling, Pastor al Alliance will conduct is annual "Tent June 6th through June llth. Services begin nightly. a different minister from one of the sponsoring speak. Rev. Ted Gibson, pastor of the Christian speak. Night: Rev. Harry Adams, pastor of the Free Church will preach. Night: Rev. Marvin Skinner, pastor of Baptist be ministering. Charlie Wheeler, a deacon from the Christian speak. ght: Rev. Lorn Starling, pastor of the Assembly will preach. Rev. Charlie Thompson, well-known area tee Methodist preacher, will speak. is invited. For more information, call Rev. Lorn (405) 865-2554. Union Messages ger, Pastor the Lord for another day! Last week we went to and had a great time! We had church out on the hill and the weather was wonderful. One was the morning service. We gathered for lunch in the was delicious. The kids played games in and we shared in gospel music on the side of p "Unity" came and ministered to us in the It was a wonderful blessing to have an old fash- and picnic! rweekend saw us back in the sanctuary with All services were well attended and we not those who passed on before us, we remem- Jesus did for us. We partook of communion and the body and the blood of Jesus. One was saved in service. Praise the Lord for all He is doing. to Dusty Lane and his crew and the tall west walls We found out who most of them are: Several months ago The Perkins Journal ran this photo provided by R.L. Benedict. We were trying to get the ladies identified and Monica Huls of Dallas, formerly of Perkins,named most of them. Monica is the sister of R.L. Benedict and she says that the photo was taken in 1940 or 1941 and was a gathering of mothers and relatives of the HomeEc girls taken in front of the HomeEc Building which at the time was located just south of the current high school building. 1.? 2. Mrs. Marshall (Wanda's Mother) 3.? 4. Mrs. Kidd (Nina Faye's Mother) 5. Mrs. Rich (Rosa) Grimm (Irene Stalcup's Aunt) 6. Mrs. Hoover (Betty and June's Mother) 7. Mrs. Nell Fite (Home Ec Teacher) 8. Mrs. McFarland (Betty Jean's Mother) 9. Mrs. Raymond L. (Edith) Benedict (Monica and R.L.'s Mother) 10. Mrs. Golda Stalcup (Irene's Mother) 11. Mrs. West (Related to Fern West) 12. Mrs. Decker (Doris's Mother) 13. ? 14. Mrs. Recer (Irene Stalcup's Grandmother) 15,? ..... , ............ C We will be starting a Kids Krusade on Sunday night. It will run until Wednesday night--7:30 nightly. James and Sally Hudspeth will be there June 4, 5, 6 and 7. See ya there!!!! Perkins Church of Christ stage in the new sanctuary are in place! They By Terry Tharp, Pastor The window sashes are ready to put into place walls, and the lobby area and office have been In Isaiah, chapter six, God's majesty and forgiveness are textured. We are making progress!! Praise the experienced by the man Isaiah. After God's grace had been shown, Isaiah then heard the voice of the Lord. God said, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And Isaiah said, "Here am I. Send me!" At the Perkins Church of Christ, we are apart of those who have experienced that same saving grace from God. And we know that the ultimate act of selfishness would be to keep that glorious message to ourselves. In fact, our Lord has com- missioned us to "Go unto all the world and preach the good news to all creation." He also said, "Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned." Mark 16:15-16. We would like to invite you to come and worship with us. It's in worship that we catch a glimpse of GOd. Our aim is to share Jesus. Give us a call or just come by and visit with us. Sermons for this Sunday are "The victory is ours ....... If' and "King of Kings and Lord of Lords." Sunday Bible classes for all ages begin at 9 a.m.; Morning worship atl0 a.m.; Sunday evening worship at 6 p.m.; Wednesday evening Bible study at 7 p.m. Ladies Bible class also meets each Tuesday morn- ing at 10 a.m. Our building is located at 1200 Lovers Lane, Perkins, Okla. The telephone number is 547-5393. providing through you. We appreciate all you are doing the work of the Lord. Thanks of time, money, love and prayers. May God I)aNell (Tharshee) Blose has arrived. Our Youth his wife, David and Jimmie Sue, are the proud beautiful little girl, weighing 8 pounds and 2 20 inches in length. Congratulations!!!! T mpl G=M.'s WELDING All Kinds of Weldtng: "Over 25 Years Experience" GARY MERCER Lc~art.d 1 & 1/2 MIIII North of :1~1/40 Intert~otlon On US Highway 177 Open Monday thru Friday 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 12 Noon 405/547-2337 Perkins 5505 W. 19th Stillwater I didn't know anything about Woodridge until I moved here, but everything has been a pleasant experience, and I enjoy living here." -Elizabeth Hazel Smith Creative Living For The Active Adult Located on 75 beautiful wooded acres across from Stillwater Golf & Country Club Woodridge Village is now being managed by the Property Group out of Oklahoma City. Due to this, several changes are occurring. We have planted 26 Bradford Pear trees and repaved our parking lot. We will still continue to make improvements in order to meet the needs of our residents. Allow Woodridge Village to present their special features and services for your enjoyment, comfort, convenience and peace-of-mind. Features Include... One bet~room companion apartments start at $850 per month. There's so much to tell about this exciting Stillwater community. You owe it to yourself to find out more about this fulfilling lifestyle. (405) 377.1114 many kids from Perkins waiting for a Big Brother or Sister. It doesn't take a lot of time to be a but it can make all the difference in the world to a child who needs you. Please call Big Sisters at 624-9922for more information about volunteering. I tlSed to feel a little lonely at times. ncl his morn have a great relationship but with his so far away, he sometimes wished for a guy to with and to talk to about "guy" things. Ben's !Signed him up for the Big Brothers~Big Sisters and after waiting almost a year, Ben got paired his Big Brother, Steve. They spend a couple of each week doing regular everyday They eat dinner together, do yard work, watch tlak. Activities Steve would be doing anyway, now included in. Now Ben doesn't feel lonely. He q to do things with and to talk to. You like puppets and lots of fun, fun, fun!!! church on Sunday night at 7:30 for lots of fun. Bartlett 10 a.m. Study, 7:30 p.m. stian Crusaders 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and Service, 7:30 p.m. -HeliArc "Stick Rod a -Aluminum -Stain less -Cast Iron -Light Fabrication -Hard Surfacing