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10-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, July 5, 2001 "estoration Fellowship Over 1,000 tracts were given that will point people to Jesus. And y Debbie Shipman fifty, "Jesus" films were distributed to many that did not know Thanks to all the members of Restoration Fellowship who have Christ as their Savior. Along with these many seeds, other gifts of ,orked so hard lately! I hope the Praige Team, the Puppet Team Christ's love were distributed in the form of, toys, clothing, two nd other members who worked in the hot sun during the Heritage hammers, and one special necklace. ~ays festival have been able to get some well-deserved rest. You We stand in awe of God, for He has done awesome things. For uys who built and painted the signs: Well done! They look won- sure, we will never be the same again. He has managed to touch erful! We are blessed to have the opportunity to put a sign in such so many, including us. Our hearts have been forever changed as great spot (177-33 intersection) and pray that other land owners we have experienced him in a new light. Thank you, Lord! ,ill be so generous. Pastor Chris has been working on the printed Brothers and sisters let us continue to be on mission, sharing lateriais for Restoration 2001 Tent Revival and that is a big job. Jesus with all those we come in contact with. Whether we are in a 'hanks go to him and everyone else who is working hard to see land far away or in the grocery store on Main Street, everyone lat this event goes smoothly. And thanks to all who have prayed needs to know that Jesus loves them and gave his life for them. nd continue to pray for the speakers and the surrounding commu- This week, share Jesus with someone right here at home. ities as the date draws near. Weinvite you to come and join us at First Baptist Church. Sun- Dates to Remember: July 4 - Independence Day. Take a moment day school begins at 9:30 and worship service begins at 10:45. ) appreciate God for allowing you to live in a country where you God is alive and He wants an active role in your life. Come and an worship Him openly. It is a privilege that we may take for join us as we worship him. ranted yet one that men fought and died for. July 7 - All City Prayer Meeting at the Prairies Edge 11 a.m. Taylorsvillc Gospel Opry July 22-29 RESTORATION 2001 TENT REVIVAL. The Taylorsville Gospel Opry for July will be held at Taylorsville True revival can only come through true repentance. We are to in the barn at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 5, featuring "Singers of Good e searching our own hearts and judging ourselves. It is not for us News" from Oklahoma City; "Chosin" from the Payne County ) judge the world. We are to love our neighbor as ourselves and area, and "Herman & Ethel Mac" from Muskogee. No admission, 'ave the judging up to God. offering requested, concessions will be available. Call Daryl Evans Romans 2:1 gives us a good place to start looking at our own at 405-547-2244 for more information. ehavior. If someone does something that really bugs you chances ~e good that you are guilty of the same action. This is irritatingly Agra Baptist Church ue! by Lois Sumrall The 4'" of July is near, and we are celebrating the gaining the irst Baptist Church independence of our country. As we have our backyard parties of Kelley Spence hamburgers, hot dogs, watermelon, swimming pools and family Last Sunday Morning our Pastor, Albert May shared a little of gatherings, let's all remember those that have given their'lives for 'hat God did while on Mission in Estonia. this country. think he said it best. How can you capture a moonbeam? (I be- Brother Roger reminded us this morning of those that signed the eve he borrowed this saying from the movie the Sound of Mu- Declaration of Independence. How much they paid for that, some c). But it's true. It is so difficult to put into words all of the with lives or families and loss of everything they owned, so we 'orkings of God that we witnessed and the emotion we felt as we could have freedom of religion and that we have the chance to ~perienced him in that place, follow the Lord Jesus Christ or live in this sinful world without First and foremost we just want to praise the Lord for all that He persecution. In 1 Peter 2:6-12, it says we should never be ashamed as done. It was a "God thing" for 45 people from a relatively to pray, to tell others of Jesus, and to rely completely on Jesus nall congregation to go on such a trip. He hhs provided in amaz- Christ. God has called us out just like he called the men that started ~g ways for those to go, as well as for the work to be done in this great nation. When God calls his children out, God changes stonia. God provided approximately $135,000 dollars for this us. God changes the quality of a person, each of us has a special tission trip. That is simply amazing. But, (hen again, not for our plan for just us. God changes our conduct, changes our lust, the od, forAll the earth is His. warring against the soul. God has a purpose for each and every This trip was definitely a tirne of sowing the seeds ofthe Gospel. one of us. We are the only one that can learn of his plan for our t least 10 people accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior. (At least lives by joining Gods family. lat is all that we are aware of, but we are confident that many At Falls' Creek, they teach everyone the ABC's of salvation - lore will follow as He reveals himself to them.) A total of 428 admit you are a sinner, believe Jesus is God's son and know what ibles were given out and approximately 450 cross necklaces we Jesus death and resurrection mean to us, and confess we cannot istributed. Around, 450 "Cross in my pocket" poems were dis- save ourselves, only through asking forgiveness and the grace of ibuted as we shared Jesus with those we came in contact with. God are we saved. Then commit our lives to follow the Lord Jesus Christ. Tonight Brother Roger continued in 1 Peter 2 the call, God's invitation to all men to be saved. The changing of a nobody into a someone. unto life when we answer God's call. It's a pc calls our names. Is your heart's caller ID on First Christian Church br Charles Wall Sunday Leonne brought us a message, from Acts 4"'36-37. One of the heroes of the New Barnabas, whose name means "Son of the Encourager." encouraged Saul of Tarsus when Saul was not accepted. Barnabas encouraged John Mark who later courager. Leonne said that it is his goal for his like that of Barnabas. It is the job of the people of the encourage one another. Joe Worcester, visiting from Colorado Springs, sang special, "Jesus-What a Beautiful Name!" Harry Loggart placed his membership in day. Our camp at Quartz Mountain was very successful was like a family camp and included people of all ages, congregation, Altus Christian Church, also r described as a "Christian family reunion.'" Thanks to helped with attendance, transportation, equipment and Next Sunday we will have an evening worship service Congratulations to Stephanie Hyder and Mel Cam opening of their new office tor Strategic Professional Their oftice is in one of the restored historical Street. Sympathy is expressed to the family of Lester O~ away last week. @ 2001 Al'~y Wlllte Dla#lbutecl by K~ ~'t~Z~ HERE., I"AKE THUM AI"HPIRIIW, "I~vo Bible Evangelistic Temple First United Methodist Church 1102 Pogue Street, Perkins 1005 E. Kirk, Perkins 547,50~8~ ,m o.'" ~.. ~.~ ~ ~ ~ ~,~ ,, 5~72~8i! Jerry Sparkman Jim Shepherd, Pastor Sunday School...9:45 a.m. Sunday School... 10 a.m. Morning Service... 11 a.m. Morning Worship... 10:55 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Youth Activities...4:30 p.m. Wednesday Service...7:30 p.m. Children's Choir...6 p.m. Thursday...7:30 p.m. Church of Christ Terry Tharp, Minister 1 1 O0 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 304 North Main, Perkins 547-5111 Gene Herndon, Pastor Sunday School...9:45 a.m. Morning Worship.,. 10:45 a.m. Evening Worship...7 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 G~s, R~s, MiF's You~th Group...6:30-7 p.m. Praise and Prayer Time...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. 1/2 Friends Chapel mile south of SH 33, 7 miles west of Perkins Road Merl Ktnser Sunday School... 10 a.m. Morning Worship... 11 a.m. Choir Practice...6 p.m. Evening Service...7 p.m. Wesnesday Bible Study...7 p.m. 3 Lost Creek United Methodist miles north of SH 33 on US 177 and 1 mile west Sunday School...9:45 a.m. Worship... 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 Mehan Union Church Mehan Road 372-4544 Rev. Larry Eslinger Restoration Fellowship" Third & Kirk 547-1294 Pastor Chris Bauangarner Sunday...Pre-service prayer...9:30 a.m. Worship service... 10:30 a.m. Children's Church... 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 School... 10 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 [ .'~'~_~'x ~--~:~_~1~ Now in u 'E COUNTY BAI | | ]i 202 South Main Perkins, OK 405/547-2436 ]U ~F0r Your Convenie.agg: Lobby Hours-Monday through Friday 8:00-3:0(1.Saturday 8:00-12.~0 [ DxSv~up Teller:, Monday through Thursday 7:30-4:00 'Friday 7:30-6:00 eSaturday 7:30-12:00 "Our ATM, BankLine-24, and Night Deposit Drop Are Open 24 Hours A Datl, S We 246 S. 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