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Messages f Larry Esllnger e were truly blessed of family of God has Nettles was new life to the Lord; her new husband, life to God-- world to begin Gloria Lane also came rededicate her life. It's these young people and seeking His lives. We praise the to have Max and with us great to hear Diann's 'The Lily of the we can hear some night at the Sing-In!) Johnson and girls time, and can make it again. at 7:50 p.n~ we ;our second softball season. Come out and or pray for us. We have Thanks to those together. the Sing-ln Sunday is invited. I t will song, refreshments and Come and share in the tlS. r Reed, Ran- Lane, O. J. Cun- Woodson, Mr. Alysha Lara, of the morning air b of what a good summer The rains have been a I remember when it and hot when The days *Plsnty warm now, but to start again. It's summer is already difficult to believe grade this grow up festl Matthew old and Joshua is already. He's but he is scooting a circle. We praise the of our children; you, and remember, Lord! -o- Baptist News Brother Elbert's message, entitl- ed "Finding Life," was inspired from the mission experience using Matthew 10:39 as his text. The children came to "big church" to hear a special sermon from Brother Elbert for them. This is a special monthly event enjoyed by the children and adults. Prayer Requests: Gaff Harris, surgery, Stillwater; Ray Hender- son, possible surgery; Bob Hen- nigman, heart attack, Albu~luer- que, N.M.; Ralph Hardin, Stillwater Nursing Home, and TillEr Simpson, Westhaven Nursing Home. Dates & Events to Remember. Every Thursday night after Out- reach our church plays softball in the city park at 9:10. Come play or cheer; August 16, Friday, 9 &m., Baptist Women sponsoring a trip to Cimarron Association office at Cushing then on to Camp Lela, bring sack lunch, home at 3 p.m., sign up now; August 17, First An- nual Mens' Golf Tournament, leave church 8 a.m., play at Chandler, sign up soon and count those strokes carefully. Did I see Lee Trevino's name on the sign-up sheet? Joy Travelers leave August 19, 4:30 for Discovery Land in Tulsa for barbecue and play, '~)kla- homo." Sign up for a fun time with this active group! Make plans now to come worship with us next Sunday. I will be look- ing for youI -Oo Church of Christ News By Krlsty Willingham We were glad to have Don Reneau with us Sunday. Don is an elder of the Edmond Church of Christ and was here to introduce us to "In Search of the Lord's Way," which is a television ministry. The adult clasetime was spent watching a program which has been shown on Channel 10, Ado; Chan- nel 25, OKC; Channel 7, Kansas, and Channel 8, Tulsa. We are glad to see outreaches such as these and hope we can help in these efforts some time soon. Mark Uhlrnan was with us for our evening worship and spoke with us about God's commands. He is a stu- dent of Oklahoma Christian College and we were glad to have him. The backpackers made it to Creeds, Colorado last Saturday. Our prayers are with then~ We look forward to hearing their stories and experiences. Last week's trivia answer: Jericho This week's Bible trivia question: L. Cowger Bean Who are the only brothers of Seth visitors from named in the Bible? and California as -o- Oklahoma in our war- We welcome each visi- THE BIBLE STUDENT to stay and war- In the parable of the sower in Luke 8, L of our 3 Sunday Christ mentioned four types of soil to be y night like those who hear his word: wayside soil, rocky soil, thorny soil and good at the 8:30 service; 151 ground. 30 in Children's Christ taught that His word ia the in the nursery for aseed of the kingdom (Luke 8:11). Sow- ing the seed through preaching and and his wife, Deb- teaching instructs us concerning the after a week of train- kingdom and membership in it. In Matthew 16, Christ told Peter: in Gloriett& David "And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom." the Lord." Peter exercised that authority in Acts and Kay return- 2 on the first Pentecost following the with the 20 other ascension of Christ. On that occasion the missionary trip Peter declared in Acts 2:38: 'T, epent and told us about this be baptized every one of you in the name vacation. It was a of Jesus Christ for the remission of your and lives were en- sins and you shall receive the gift of the We are glad Holy Spirit." -O" for al mission. "~he Church of Christ Salutes You." Romans 16:16 You are cordially invited to attend services At the Perkins Church of Christ 202 E. Thomas, Lord's Day: z.. Bible Study Morning Worship "What Must I Do To Be Saved?" 10. 0 a.m. Evening Worship "Are You Sure You're a Christian7" 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study Sermon by Bennett Land Perkins, Oklahoma Stillwater School of Cosmetology Nationally Accredited Grants and Guaranteed Student Loans Available A Career in less than a year. s Latest sty/es & cutting techniques Basic, advanced, and instructor courses :all now for our next starting class. HAIRCUT SPECIAL s3so O0 Blow Dry PERM SPECIALS S o0 o0 S AND Work Done By Supervised Students Main M-F 9:30-5, Sat. 9-5 372-4800.. Methodist News 'We willl" was the bold resporme made by our consregation u we committed ourmdves to loving sup- port in the renewal of the marriage covenant for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Holbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd CaldwelL Many guests and family joined us for this special 50th an- niversary celebration of these couples during our Sunday morning service of worship. Rev. Holm led us in a choral reading of the love chapter, I Cor- inthians 13, and the choir sang two special numbers, "Yhe Lord's Prayer" and "FIS a Gift to be Sim- ple," accompanied by a handbell choir. Handheil choir members are Thrissa Johnson, Lisa Harper, Cheri Johnson and Racheile John- son. Jesse Scngge, a certified ideal pastor from our cougregstlo was commissioned for Christian service as she leaves our congregation to serve the Parker-Beagle-Frontier charge in the Kansas East Con- ference. She will be one of four pastors serving in a larger 9 hurch parish. We are proud of her and wish her well with GodSs blessingL A renewal of marriage vows and a commisalouing service am enough, but our Sunday morning joy wu even more complete with the baptism and new nmmbemhip of Miss Jamie Green. Clifford Meek, Youth Worker, was an adult sponsor and Miss Lisa Harper was Jande's youth representative and sponsor. Next Sunday evening will be a special outing for the entire church family. Meet August 18th at 7:30 for a Church Swim and Ice Cream Party at the Gerry Johnson's. Bring a dessert or ice cream to the party and don forget your lawn chairl The Perkins Journal Thursday, August 15, 1985 .-- PAGE 13 To the citizens of the Perkins-Tryon School District: We are proud to announce that Indian Meridian Area Vo-Tech School is now "Signed, Sealed and Delivered." Please join us in celebrating the burning of the bond that provided the initial funding for the construction of your area vo-tech school. August 18, 1985 2 p.m. IMAVT Campus, 1312 South Sangre Road, Stillwater Attend the Church of your Let's Worship Togeth . . . --IIIPUIT-- First Churdh of Ood &rn~i Smltll. Sunday School 9:45 o,m. Morning Wor~hlp I1:00 o.m. Youth Activities 6::)0 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed Service 7:30 p.m. Fl~t Unl~d MeH~edlN ChurCh Gary W. WwlltleL Peet~r nine Worlhlp 9:30 p.m. Church School 10:30 o.m. Wed. Bible Study 7.30 p,m Youth Meeting 6:00 p,m, et~p~ O4 Blbte Study 10:O0 p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 o,m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Flrlt Chchltkm Chu~dt Skit Mvdlett, Petto Sunday Schoo~ 10:00 o.m. Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. Youth Followship 6:00 p.m. Evongeltlfic Serv. 7;00 p.m. Wed Service 7:00 p,m. --plm(ms-- Amembly of God Church Oevkl IMIn~ Pester Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worsh~p I I :00 am Evening Worship 7:00 p m W~KI. Family Night 7 to B:15 p.m Clwrch et Chrbt Morning Worship 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:~) p ~r Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. --4~YUI-- sins Ct.~tkm Cker~ |ram W. (kraft, Mlnllt~ Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a,m. Youth Mee0n~ 6:30 p.m. Evenmg Worshlp 7:30 p.m. Women's Council. ~d Wed. First Ueltld/A~m' Chu~h Sunday School 10:00 o.m, Worship Service 10:45 a.m. Trinity Tabernacle Pentecostal Church of God 723 E. 17th Stillwatet Sunday A.M. 10 a.m. Sunday P.M. 7 p.m. Thurs, RM, 7 p.m. --weON-- First a.~fM~ awrd~ paul4 ~t~. ~ Sunda',day School I0:00 o.m. Worship Service i I :~X) o.m, amembly O4 o~1 I~vkl ~l~m~, INm~r Sunday School 9:45 o.m. Morning Worship i|:00 e.m' Evening Worship 6:'10 p.m Wed Bibte Study 6:30p.m nmt Itmm~ C~. Tinkly Sunday School IO:O0 o m. Worsh,p I 1:00 o.m Sun Evening 7:00 p.m. rtur~km Unle~ T~I Olkoe. Sunday School iO:O0 o m Morning Worship 11:00 o m. CYE 6:00 p.m. --~mCOC-- Sunday School 9:45 O m. Morn,ng Worship I1:00 o.m. Evang~elistic Serv. 7:00 p.m WednetdOy Midweek Service 7:30 p.m. United M~h4~I~I Clutch Church :SChoolIU:00 O m Morning Worship |1:00 o.m MYF 5:30 p.m Wednetdoy M~ch~eek Serv*ce 7:30 p.m. First IIl~lt Sunday School 9:4~ o.m. Morning Worship I 1:00 o m Training Union 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship 7;30 p rn. Wed Service 7:30 p m. Churck O4 Christ Jean Ilvnner, MInMter Sunday ~:hool 9:4S 6 m Morning Worship 10:45 O,m. Youth Meetir~ 6:30 pro. Evemng Worship 7:30 p m Wed Serv,ce 7:30 pm --C&SNBY -- First Chtlttleet Clwrch Sunday School 10:00 O m. Church Services tl:O0 a m. Youth Meohng 3:00 p.m Evening Service 6;30 pm Ammbly O4 ~ Don Stewart, P~tor SunOOy SChool 9:45 O.m Church Secvice 10:45 o.m Evening Worship 6:30 pro. Wed Evening 7;00 pm --ALIA CNl~lOill-- S ml. Welt o41 f, udd~l Rayme Con, Pater Sunday School 9:45 o,m Morning Worship 10:45 o.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Tues, 7;30 p,m Choir, Wl~, 7:30 p m Sunday School 10:00 p.m. Mornin~ Worship 11:00 am. Young People 7::30 p.m, llml l, l BI W O4 gttllwltle S~ ~oy ~hool 10:00 a m ?~or~l~ng Worship || 00 O,m ~.ver~tng Worship 6:00 p,m Ill I I I I Choice this First Baptist Churlk 1111I blflt I~llt~r Sunday Worship 8i ~0 0 .m Sunday Worship i 0:50 0. m Training Union6:00 p.m. Sunday Even. 7:00 p,m Wed. Eve, 7:30 p.rn First Christian Cl~urch Ran Runvon, Pastor Church School.9:45 a.m. W~ship Serv.10:45 ~Lm. Teen Ho~r .... 6:00 p.m. Eh, e~ Servicea 7:00 p.m. Sevanth Day Adventist Sabbath School 930 am --EDEN CHAPEL-- United Methodist Church Worship Service 11 :~0 o m Max Rudd. Paster ElOer Doff Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 9,45 O ~ Sunday School 10 45 o ~ United Methodist Church Evening Worshp 7'00 pm LuOnCla S Holmes, Pastor Wed Bible Study700 pm UMYF 7 00 p m Church SchOOl 94.5 am Morning Worship ~ ~ :00 a,m VlnO Pentecostal I~urch --LOST CREEK-- O~ aod United M~thodlst Church W.C.G.~,~.~m. Pestor MaP Rudd, Pastor Sunday Schoot v ,:5 a m Worship Service 11 O0 o rr~ Sunday Schoof 1000 o m Evangelism 630 p m hAorl~ing Wor~h~p I l:O0 O rr~ Wed, Prayer Mtg 7:30 p m Mel~m unkm Church 6 ml I Of 177 on Mean R~HI lalrr~ Illlnllr, PIItOr Sunday S~hool 1000 o m Morning Worship1100 0 m *B~ble Study 7:00 pm Young People 700 O Friends Chapel Charles Armstrong, Pas~o~ 7 me, W o! 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