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NS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, AUGUST 21,1997 PAGE-7 r's i " " p.m. at Eden Chapel. The topic is "Foundations of (Jh ]:t amty . - *Coming in September - Petra, a Christian rock band, will per- Elm Grove FCEmeets at Stillwater restaurant (18-30) are invited to a hamburger fry and swim form in Stillwater. Tickets will be $9.00. Contact Trina Pyeatt or The Elm Grove FCE club met at the Sirloin Stockade on Au- andDale Armstrong's on Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Call Judy Talley fi)r more information, gust 12, 1997. The meeting was called to order by president Betty 377-0823 if you need directions. *Promise Keepers registration bill will be coming soon. If you plan Rosiere at 7:30 p.m. Sunday aider Pentecost, the Sacra- to atterrd, please pay $60.00 as soon as possible. Contact Max Rudd The flag salute was said in unison, led by Louise Kautz. Supper will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. In thefor details, devotion, Psalm 4:8, was read by Delsa Grider. * the choir will sing "vVe Have Come To Worship * Intercessory prayer group continues to meet each Sunday at 8:30 Roll call was answered by eight members. The minutes of the by a special ummer bell group. Patty Johnson a.m. There are several seats not taken. Please come and join hands last meeting were read by pauline Smith, secretary, and approved. Prayer", and the sermon, "Sanctuary", will to benefit your fellow man. Contact Homer Huff for details. Juanita Walker reported on the Sunday luncheon at the Meth- of how a house for God finally does get built in *Sunday school starts at 10:00 a.m. and worship services at 11:00. odist Student Center. Pauline Smith, Delsa Grider, Betty Rosiere, one is for. Immediately following the service If you like to sing, listen to other people sing, or if you just like to and Juanita Walker attended. brief informational meeting for those who want to eat, come on out and make Lost Creek United Methodist Church Juanita Walker, Betty Rosiere and Pauline Smith attended Disciple Bible Study. The Nurture Committeeyour home. Monday meetings and the Friendship Banquet. Pauline Smith at- worship, tended the workshops on Tuesday. - " there will be an acolyte training. All chil- Perkins Church of Christ Fair exhibits were discussed, including clean-up, work day and : and older who wish to be acolytes this year should by Terry Tharp, Minister the Fair boofla. have served as acolytes before. The youth will Last Sunday was a wonderful day. We had a great morning ser- Lost Creek. At 6:00 p.m. the new Care Team will vice with a number of our members returning home after summer Hostess Delsa Grider provided the door prize, a scented candle, Lg session, vacations. The morning's lesson was from Matthew 6:13. We talked won by Frances Burton. August 27, the Outreach Committee is sponsor- about praying to keep from falling into temptation. It is when we Those present were Juanita Walker, Delsa Grider, Betty Rosiere, at 6:30 p.m. They need volunteers to come lean on our heavenly Father that we are empowered to be deliv- Pauline Smith, Louise Kautz, Judy Moorman, Lorayne West, and the congregation to visitors and new resi- ered from the evil one. has promised that with every tempta- Frances Burton. All enjoyed a good dinner and fellowship. plan to be finished in an hour. The youth will also tion that comes our way He always provides a way out (I Corinthians The next meeting will be September 9 with Louise Kautz as for Bible study. 10:13). What we need to do more often is choose the way out of sin hostess and Lorayne West as lesson leader. classes for all ages begin weekly at 10:00 a.m. and instead of choosing the way in, Amen? at 10:55. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper is SundayeveningtheStillwaterChurchofChristyouthgroupjoined il hda,v bash honors Elsie Grant 9:30 a.m. service on the second and fourth Sun- us in our services for a time of devotional singing and worship. and in the 10:55 service on other Sundays. Visi- Overall it was a wonderful day. " by Kathleen Johnson This Sunday morning the lesson will be entitled, "No Gloomy Faces, On August 16, 1997, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the sun was shining Please". The text will be Matthew 6:16-18. You are invited to come brightly - the flowers were blooming - birds were singing - herald and worship with us. Our bible classes begin at 9:00 a.m.; worship ing the 70th birthday of a very special lady, Elsie Mae Grant. at 10:00 a.m.; Sunday evening services at 6:00 pro.; and Wednes- Shewas feted by her children in the home of Charlene and Stev( 17, 1997, "Welcome was performed by Buddyday evening bible study at 7:00 p.m.. O, r address is 1200 N. Lovers Ripley, a/ks/"the Tractors'; their children, Angelene and Elvis; "We've Come to Glorify" as call to worship, and a Lane. Feel free to call us at 547-5393. Stacey Grant; Sherian and Bill Kennedy; their children, Brook, Just Want To Be Where You Are". Joyce Winston Author to speak at Perkins Assembly of God Joana and Madison; Mark and Lori Grant; their children, Adam, There were 130 in attendance. David A. Womack, co-author of Back to the Altar: Chelsea and Elizabeth. new members to Lost Creek UMC. tual Awakening (Gospel Publishing ltouse, 1994), will speak on Favors of insulated commuter mugs with the inscription "Elsie's sermon was titled "Deepening Your Spiritual Sunday, August 24th at 9:45 a.m. and at 7:00 p.m., as well as 7:00 70th Birthday Bash were presented to each guest. Quiet Spirit" and text was taken from Philippians p.m. nightly August 25-27 at Perkins Assembly of G(id Church, ac- The focal point of the evening was poolside in a beautiful gar- 6:7-8; Mark 3:13-15; John 14:27; Matthew 25:1- cording to the Rev. David L. Raines den setting, tables were covered with blue checked cloths and graced and also quotes from the book "Keep A QuietIn Back to the AlLa_r, Womack and Assemblies of God General by country floral centerpieces with pictures of Elsie as a young lady. Superintendent Thomas E. lYask emphasized the need for a new Guests were served hors d'oeuvres of shrimp, fruit, veggies, dip, and opportunities: 'P.m. - youth back-to-school lock-in. Contact Trina revival in America. Womack speaks on this theme and calls for a chips, assorted crackers, lemonade, tea and soda. return to what he calls "original, New T(:stament, apostolic, Pente- Small white lights lit the nearby trees and shrubbery, twin- a.m. - brunch and wedding shower for Cody and costal Christianity". He carries out this ministry through Acts in kling like fireflies. Balloons gave the party a festive air. Creek. Action, a non-profit corporation dedicated to bringing people back Into the twilight hours a bhie-white moon hung itself amid the to ? - Matthew Winston's SS class will meet at to biblical Christianity. stars and seemed to smile on this special evening. and hamburgers. Formerly one of the managers of the denomination's Gospel Guests were served from a buffet of assorted salads, vegetables, a.m. _ men's breakfast. Come eat breakfast with Publishing House, Womack has written more than a dozen books, ham, brisket, bar-b-que ribs, grilled chicken breasts, and roast beef, Group - some of the world's best cooks! Among them are: Breaking the Stained-Glass Barrier (Harper & while a live band and Richard Craven presented selections from ):30 p.m. - all youth are urged to attend the Chemi- Row, now Harper/Collins), The PyTamid Principle of Church Growth the big band era, country and western of the 40's and 50's. r with Rev. Bill Crowell. (Bethany House), and Pentecostal Experience: The Writings of The evening culminated with the bank playing and singing - ice cream social at Eden Chapel Church. Donald Gee (Gospel Publishing House). Of the latter book, he said, "Happy Birthday, Elsie" ah chocolate, white cake and ice cream were - find out how you can be an ANGEL in Sunday "Donald Gee dedicated me to the Lord when I was a baby, and it served 80 guests. has been my great privilege to save his work by bringing his writ- This was a happy and memorable occasion for old friends, new study session on Sunday evenings at 5:45 ings together in one book." friends and relatives. We wish Elsie many more happy birthdays. FOR A HEALTHY LIFE Diabetes Education This four-section dess offers instruction in the bask: rare and management of diabe- tes. It also provides information about ,,prevention of long-term complications and what do on sick days. This class is taught by a certified diabetes educator. Date: Ivlon: Aug. 4, 11,18, 25 Sat: Aug. 9, 16,23, 30 Time: Mon: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Cost: S6.00 Note: Must Preregister. Adult CPR Heart Saver Course In this class you will learn how to use CPR on ir ants, children and adults using the standards of the American Heart/Usoda- tion. ParUcipants will receive certification. Date: Sept, 6 & OCt. 4 Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 Cost: $30 per person Registration Fee Book $11 plus tee: ' Heart AssodaUon Card Adult CPR Heart Saver RECERTIRCATION Course Date. 10 k 8 (second Wednesday of each month) Time: 7:30 a.m.- 9:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. Cost: $15 per person Note: Must Preregtster Call 742-5488 to register for any of the classes listed in this section. 1st For 1Mama 1st Friday is offered on the first Fddey of eve monthand is designed to address women's issues. American Red Cross Community First Aid and Safety Thb course includes adult CPR, infant/ ch ,d CPR, basic first aid techniques and eraergency rescue procedures which will ,id an injured person until medical help can arrive. Date: Sept. 20 Time: 8:30 a.m.- Cost: $35 5:00 p.m. American Cancer Society Cancer Support Group This support group meets every second and fourth Monday in Stillwater Medical Center's Board Room. Abbey Clutter is the facilitator. Date: Mon. Aug. 26, Sept. 9 & 23 Time: 7:00-8:30 p.m. Cost: free Call 742-5488 to register for any of the classes listed in this section. Please call 48 hours in advance. The Llte Weigh A weight control program using a practical approach by helping partici- pants evaluate their food choices and learn healthy cooking skills. This six- week session includes weekly nutrition counseling, a low-impact exercise session and behavioral counseling. Date: To be announced Time: • 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Cost: $6O Call 742-$456 to register for The Ute Weigh program. Please call 48 hours in advance. C) C) Date:.Sept. $ Time: 12:1 $p.m., con- dudlng before 1:00 p.m. Place: Stlllwater Public Library adorn 0st xw, Noah Cost: Free II Call 742-5720 to register for 1st Friday. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • a • • • • Iencl Check or Money' Order To: Stillwater Medical Center * I duration Department • 1997 PC) Box 2408 • SUIwater, OK 74076 CourseT . Date of Course: *For mor, (4os) 742.5488 Oopodt Sent: $ CHILDBIRTH AND INFANT CARE Hospital Tour You will get a firsthand look at where your baby will be born and cared for. You will also get to preview the journey you will make from admission, to labor and delivery, postpartum rare, and discherge. Date: Sept 11 & Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Fcee 16 Childbirth Pmparatl This is a program taught by registered nurses for tim-birth families or experienced families who want more in-depth information. You will learn about the labor and delivery pro(m, various relaxation techniques, anesthesia choices and cesarean births. This program may be taken anytime during pregnancy, but it is recommended dudng the last three months. Date: Weds: Aug. 6, 13 & 20 Thurs: Aug. 7, 14 k 21 Time: Weds: 7:00 p.m. Thurs. p.m. $30 per couple , Breathing and Relaxation This class is an optional fourth class in the childbirth .preparation series. This class will focus on relaxation and breathing tech- niques. A good choice foe those who do not think they want an eptdural. Best taken following the first three dasses. Date: Aug. 27 Time: 7:00 p.m. $5.00 per couple Sibling Class This class is ecommended for siblings three years old and up. The children will get to practice holding a life-like doll, watch a film about a big dmr, and get a tour of the hospital to see where morn and baby will be staying. They will even get to make a bib for the new baby. Date: Sept. 10 & Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free Oct. 8 Care Learn techniques to promote the healthy and safe development of your newborn. Discussion includes baby care basics such as feeding, diapering and bathing your baby, as well as the phy, -.al appeamn of newborns and for Date: Aug. 20 & Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free SapL 24 mnflmt/CMM CPR Learn the life-saving techniques of infant/ child CPR which are different from adult CPIL This program, taught by a regis- tered nurse, also covers important techniques necessary to assist a choldng Infant or child. Certification is available. Date: Sept. 17 & Oct. 15 Time: 6. 0 p.m. Cost: 125/coupleor $15/dngle Book $9 plUS American Heart Association Card Refresher for taken This program, taught by experienced labor and delive nurses, will provide you informaUon on the most current labor and delivery options. They will also review breathing and relaxation techniques. This program may be at any time dudng your pregnancy. Date: Aug. 19 & Sept 23 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: ' $25 per couple A certified breastfeeding instructor will teach you the "hows" and "whys" of tng. You'll learn about the anatomy and physiology of breastfeeding and how to recognize and prevent The benefits of ing for mother and baby will also be discussed along with tips on pumps, storage of milk and bmaslfeeding as a Working morn. This dass Is designed to be taken dudng the last two months of pregnancy. Date: Sept. 9 & Oct. 7 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $1S per cou Birth Consultation A Birth Consultation gives the expectant mother a unique opportunity to meet with a registered nurse prior to her labor and delivery to develop a personalized birth plan. Dudng this consultation, the mother will learn about different options she has conraming her medication and medical care which affords families a feeling of control in the birth process. Call Women's Resources at 742-5738 to a ntrnent "pan .... • Call 742-57]8 to register for any of the dasses listed in this section. Please call hours in advance.