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PER N "! . 20, 1996 rogram Sunday night Perkins Church of Christ i Eloise Parsons celebrates l OOth birthday 10tit. Y On June 28, 1787, two hundred years ago this started with breakfast at 9 a.m., month, Benjamin Franklin, at age 81, addressed Mrs. Eloise Thon as Parsons friends and famitz,-were placed read by Ruth McWilliams: 1at9:45, worship service at 11.the Constitutional Convention which was in bit- celebrated her 100th birthday, in the foyer and dining room Seasons come and seasons go; ame Burchfield brought the message ter argument over how each state would be repre- Sunday, May 19, 1996 from 2 area. Aunt Pete received manythe years pass, but there is no 2:1-7, asking, do we like happy sented in the new government, until 3:30 p.m. in the diningbeautiful birthday cards frombreak in the oneness of the whole with a personal relationship ' "I have lived, Sir, a long time, and the longer I room ofCressgates Manor Nurs-her many friends in Perkins and of time, in nature or the sou!. We ing Home Center in Brandon, Stillwater and enjoyed receiving see in fragments and in part: here live, the more convincing proofs I see of this truth is the way for all of us to have a rt gh ,ur own lives. Ephesians 2:8-9 that God governs the affairs of men. And ira spar- ' Mississippi. and reading each card. an ending, there a start; here a atcan happen. "8 - For by grace are row cannot fall to the ground without His notice, Friends from the nursing con-We each thank you for making rise and there a fall; but God, faith; and that not of yourselves is it probable that an empire can rise without His ter, along with friends from her birthday so special by re- love, life, are all.in-all; and ev- 9- Not of works, lest an man aid? . Brandon and Jackson, family membering her with your cards, ery new year, as we say, is part of ~1~ . Y Ernle played his guitar and We have been assured, Sir, in the Sacred Writ- members n'om uiuanoma .City; flowers and honorariums, the unending day, the infinite I Go But To The Lord. ings that, 'except the Lord build the house, they Te Folsom,.I . " In closing, would like to share unfolding morn into whose light iv rther George Brock III will hold labor in vain that build it.' I firmly believe this ana rl_azelhurst, Mlsslsmppia reading which was written and all odls are born. were also in attendance. .... un the 24 through 29, the youth and I also believe that without His concurring aid Entertainment was furnished ,J S_Creek. One June 30 evening will we shall succeed in this political building no bet- by the VSkeets, McWflliamsTrio _ _- , Ysing. . ter than the builders of Babel. We shall be divided of Jackson with vocalist Lisa ....... ! and helpers from Agra Baptist by our partial local interests, our projects will be Ward singing Happy Birthday lT Parent enroll their children in confounded and we ourselves shall becon e re- song with many old favorites - l noel this year Ph sicall we arepreach and bye word down future ages. melodies. ' / ' " Y Y I therefore beg leave to move that henceforth Many beautiful floral arrange- . 'qt sPtritually we are very refreshed, prayers imploring the assistance of heaven, and ments, which had been sent from i bay Adventist its blessing on our deliberation, be held in the Assembly every morning." Elm Grove FCE meets a if George Washington, 1789, as well said in his In- Paul,. Bmltit . J blu- Sabbath morn, the skies were auguralAddress, "The propitious smiles of Heaven anti the white cumulus clouds can never be expected on a nation that disregards The Elm Grove FCE Club _masses piled up on each other the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven in the home of Mary Kay l -'" " Jennings, June 11, 1 .996. l . ood there captivated. Since I am itself has ordained. (Borrowed from the Okla- The meeting was called to or- l Such beauty and I lived near homa Christian Coalition) der at 7:30 p.m. by the president, l ! seeing lots of fog, I re- Those men realized that we can never expect the Betty Rosiere. Delsa Grider led inute blessings of God unless we are seeking after Him the flag salute and Mary Kay . light to have as our sveaker. Elder and His ways. God has designed the direction for Jennings read the devotional, the Oklahoma Conference of Sev. our lives and we must trust and seek Him if we Solomon 2:12, and lead the tists. are to be blessed with His will. Come learn His Lord's Prayer. Connie Walker Constituted " ways with us. Sunday schedule, class 9 a.m., ser- gave a treasurer's report. S.hWs, all have a time period. Each vices 10 a.m., evening service at 6 p.m.; Monday Roll call was answered by nine :us the time and lace. h and wried. Such ape thelW:: 'ven morning ladies class I0 a.m.; Wednesday evening mem])ers and one guest, { 'hrisfi bible study at 7 p.m. Our phone is 547-5393. Jennings: Name a flower you e live in. There is an allotted like to use in a floral arrange- . Vote, to sign for the draft. Reg- Author to speak at Assembly of God ment. P/e .... The m ^ ...... rt d wzth Mrs. Parson her cousin, Louise May Mor- uYu choose to drive The trams meeL- row rare 93 Their t .............. _ _ . , qg, mo nets, aurw waaaett ana . nna " " ' The Reverend David A. Womack, author and ngulW::esre :nYdSec:retary Jane Waddell, respectively, were first cousins. aave time schedules and all are evangelist, will speak in revival meetings June p- p . nm Walker read ' All through the bible you will 23 at Perkins Assembly of God Church at 304 N.therVednewsletter.And Co "e , _ _ .... which refer to time. Six days Main, according to Rev. David Raines, pastor. The >Leader's lesson for July, June m I E -( PENER and do all thy work" But the sev- public is invited to the services at 10:45 a.m. and 25th ..... e abbathoftheLordthvGod:init 7p.m. onSunday. >State FCE Convention July14- LUHI,HruH tWork. (anyone, anyth-'mg) - Exodus David Womack points today's Christians backto 16 at OSU m ===m mmm mEm w_ hL_ m melm tk ttddl what he calls "riginal New Testament' apstolic' >Wrkdayat the fair kitchen encplnl| BRE KF T lthe expression "The ar l Pentecostal Christianity. He joined withAssem- was discussed. -.----- mL -- .. , y ease d bed think they couldbe. Why? blies of God General Superintendent Thomas E. >A letter from Leslie Anderson Trask to ce-author the book Back To The Altar was read. "0#0101 Q? 5 PE U I IlL ! .. ue "J69 years old before he died. >The garage sale was set for will see 100 years. When (Gospel Publishing House, 1994). June 29,7 a.m. at Elm Grove. -- me World was filled with wick- An outstanding feature of his ministry is what erPh .Vked God to cause the flood, the Bible calls"signs and wonders. Womack says, The next meeting is July 9.,..m Connie Walker will be the host- k Period of forty days and forty "It's isn't so much what I emphasize divine heal- ess and Judy MooTman will be where the Indians would live. ing as that God gives miracles in confirmation of lesson leader. dhe,.re every nation would bethe preaching on revival. When you preach God's Betty Rosiere lead the lesson on l / l l message'yureceiveGd'smiraculusrespnses' exhibiting flowers and arrange- I, . t il-be. dalreadyknwswh our Womackgrew up playing guitar in old-fashioned ments. It was very interesting / v e ltl at God planned everything street meetings and later switched to classical and pretty. Noted to add one tea- I guitar during his years of missionary service in spoon sugar and 112 t Clorox to "'-Z----ll DAY, SA DAY . rought us right up to our water to help preserve them. I ll / l / l the bible - 1996. Columbia, South America. : tat veofour churchis and Until recently, he served at the national Head- The meeting was then ad- b r lsse hearing him speak again, quarters of the Assemblies of God as one of the journed and Connie Walker won managers of Gospel Publishing House. Now he is the door prize, r promoting revival through his speaking and is MaryKay and Cl 's Jenaings Offer good at Perkins store only. Offergood a------ t Perkins sto'---" re only. ethodist Church president of a new book publishing company called servea love/y refreshments to , Wellspring Publishers (Springfield, Missouri.) Frances Burton, Deles Grider, FAMILY Louise Kautz, Betty Rosiere, RESTAURANT SUnday after Pentecost the choir Womack is an accomplished author and editor. Pauline Smith, Connie and I 1oW SsT In PentecostalExperience: The Writings Of Donald Juanita Walker and Lorayne PERKINS r Peace and will observe Peace Gee, he said, "Donald Gee dedicated me to the Lord West ---- "S4'-S378 The sermon, "How NOT to when I was a baby, and it has been my great privi- for today's world" will look atlege to save his work by bringing his writings to- to make the gospel palat- gether in one book." He also wrote the Assemblies ,,_ up against Jesus' words abo t of God Staff Training Book for 1994, Spread The ?IX ular it is to follow him (Mat- Flame: Missions Education In The Local Church. His books on church growth, Breaking The 't ,e.ral adults and children from our Stained-Glass Barrier and The Pyramid Principle b involved in elementary and Of Church Growth, were featured in the Church Camp Scan. Sabrina and Growth Book Club and quoted in several of C. .r erry Morton and Kasi Ger- Peter Wagner s church-orientedbooks. His articles "' a ii ng as campers and Mary, have appeared in many Christian magazines, in- wi iShelby Cundiff, Trina Pyeatt cludingLeadership Quarterly, Christianity Today :lpers and the PentecostaIEvangel. , An o_r, dained minister, David Womack holds a Master s Degree in Theology from Northwest Col- lege in Kirkland, Washington. Ai r missionary Attitude ministry, he served 13 years in the church's Divi- of Servanthood" at sion of Foreign Missions. He has pastored churches Youth Bible Study continues in the Northern California and Nevada, North esday at 6:30 p.m. Texas and Northwest Districts. d e gUlar services and activities He and his wife Barbara have two daughters, elz "aere e on these pages. Vimtors" Joyce Slaton in Maryland and Carol Prosier in California. They have five grandchildren. hts annual famdy reunion held .ickm.n of ustang; Bill Rome.G and ce 'o",teof .i km.. of Okl.hom. City; CA. un e, north- Roger, Ryan and KyleThe reunion will be held again Were Oune Courtright, Clay, Glenda, Dor- next year at Taylorsville on June ' attend- othy, William and Michael 8, 1997 with Troy and Barbara Campbell and Irene Crawford,Courtright as host couple again. all from Cushing. From Lucien Opal was Bertie Wheatley; Virginia Lamber, ])el City; Lodun and Erin Ronnie Davenport, Wellston; Roy, Joe Ronnie, Alice, Sam and Frankie and Gates of Talhina; Dale Gates of and Smithville; Ralph and Rose From Courtright, Hannah Courtright a Gates; of Edmond; and Linda, Betty, Sandy and Julie Hoipkeimer of Jeff and Ripley. Wheatley Those attending from out of state were Tricia Gates, Hous- Were Shellyton, TX; Mary Crenshaw, Lorene Brandi Dumas, June Powere, Jerry Candy and Laura Wright of San and Antonio, TX; George Barger of Reno, NV; Floyd and Polly and Barger of Jacksonville, AR; Joann Mike, Diana, Michael Dumas of Guaranteed Loans 522. N. Perkins Road SUllwater 405-624-6240 First Baptist Church 500 E. Knipc St. Pcrkins, OK VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Junc 24-28, 1996 9:00am- 12Noon FOR CHILDREN 4yrs old (by Sept., 1995) thru 6th Grade Oust complctcd) Bus Ride...Call 547-2494 "I we//do my. best