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PAGE 14 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 28, 1985 Eden Chapel - Lost Creek Church News say he received the gospel that he preached? Last week's answer: Ruth 1 -o- "In everything, give thanks, h)r this is the will of God." What an appropriate verse to Friends Chapel remember and think about dur- Church News ing this week of Thanksgiving. Let's focus on the many boun- Charles Armstrong, Pastor :iful blessings the Lord has God's grace is the only hope given to us. With the Thanksgiving bare- for helpless man. ty gone, it,'s time for the Advent Women's meeting Tuesday, Season to begin. A "Hanging of December 3 at Fellowship hall the Greens" service will be con- 9:00 &m. W.C.T.U. 10:00 Mis- ducted at both churches this sionary meeting. Soup lunch at Sunday. During this service, noon. We will be tacking a cam- the church will be readied for farter for the Kickapoo Indian Christmas and symbolism Mission. of each decoration will be ex- Saturday evening the youth plained. Many members of both group made decorations for the congregations have an active Christmas Tree. role to play in this service. I would like to thank the The choir continues its hard youth sponsors for their faith- work in preparation for the fulness and help with the young Christmas cantata on Decem- people. her 15. Also coming up in There are plans being made to December are Sunday School start a Teen Night which will be programs, Christmas parties, just teenagers. We have had caroling and Christmas Eve quite a number coming to our Communion along with sharing youth night and feel the need to in many ways with those a- split this into two groups. round us, both nearby and Many from here enjoyed the faraway, who are less fortunate, community Thanksgiving Ser- You are invited to be a part of vice at the Christian Church in any or all of these activities. Coyle. Sunday morning we had Lost Creek was greatly bless- some guests from Havfland, ed this past week with a size- Kansas Clarence and Della lble gift from the 1000 Club. McAhren and Temple Lee. The 1000 Club is the local mis- Temple told the story of sion group for the Stillwater Barney's barrel Connie Arm- District United Methodists. It strong sang "Feed My Sheep" was greatly appreciated and and "My House Is Full". will be used wisely. Sunday morning the message Bodie Turner, Perkins, and was from Matthew 4:18-19 Francis McGrew of Salina, "Follow Me And I Will Make California were Sunday visitors You Fishers Of Men". Sunday at Eden Chapel. Both churches evening's message was Philip- had good attendance in spite of plans 4:19 "All Your Needs the cold weather last Sunday. Supplied". Many will be traveling over this Our Thanksgiving fellowship weekend, so rememberthemin dinner was enjoyed by all. your prayers. Thank you to all the church Lost Creek and Eden Chur- ladies for that good meal and c hes join together in wishing the extra time taken to prepare you a blessed Thanksgiving. it. Thank you to Iva Rogers for preparing the turkey. May the Lord bless each one of you for your extra work. We were saddened at the loss Church of Christ News of a friend this week, Lonnie Poteet, our prayers and sym- By Ben|to Bale pathy goes out to Lonnie's family. Our special day was truly one Happy Thanksgiving to each of Thanksgiving! After so many one and may the Lord bless you months of work, it was wonder- real good. ful to be able to share this day In forgiveness GOd does not with those who helped to make exact payment for our failures it all possible and with ourto walk in the path He laid out many visitors who came to for us. Rather, He remembers celebrate with us. Hugo Mc- them no more. Cord. who has helped us so Invite Christ to your Thanks- much with prayers and wonder- giving table, for He provided it ful lessons, spoke to a record all for you. crowd of 153. The singing was "O" inspiring! Those who stayed for lunch had much more food than First Baptist they could possibly eat, so we ate again after our evening set- Church News vice. Our friend, Dr. Tom Cun- By Goldie L. Cowger Bean ningham, shared his thoughts with us at this service to ano- A beautiful duet in music ther crowd of 78. Our dedication with Kelly Kinder on the organ service at 2:00 was a wonderful and Carletta Brown on piano time of sharing'through song"Great Is Thy Faithfulness" with George Sullivan giving a provided a worship experience short history of this Perkins at the begining of our worship family between songs. The hour service. was much to short! Again, weThe special music in song was were blessed by the presence of provided by Randy King sing- so many who came to visit and ing "this Must Be The Lamb." share this special time with us. A beautiful message in song! There were about 110 percentBrother Elbert's text was during the singing along with Luke 16:19. It was vividly uncounted friends who came pointed out the differences bet- during the open house from 3-5. ween Lazarus and the rich During the afternoon we en- man--their life here and their joyed watching a video of our life after they left here; dif- building progress (and progres- terence between their destina- sion!) filmed by Dorothy andtion and the difference between George Sullivan. It was really a their decisions. It was plain the treat to watch the work being Bible teaches without Christ is done instead of doing it! Weeternal Hell. A very stirring also re-watched the video of our message. Colorado backpacking trip. We Sunday nights at church enjoyed that so much we start- training the lessons are on ed planning next year's trip. We Spiritual Gifts. If you are not may have a whole convoy going coming to this training you are this time! really missing a blessing and We will be hosting the OSU good solid lessons from the Bi- students at the Stillwater ble on God's Gifts To You. church this coming Sunday Every Sunday before Sunday\ evening. We look forward toSchool you will find Phil " this time that we can get to Hughes faithfully providing the know some of the kids who adult assembly with devotiov come to the Stillwater area to from the Bible, tapes, news- go to school, papers, childhood remember- Wednesday evening we will ances or books. This Sunday have a devotional instead of our source was from Tinybury regular Bible classes. Tales. Without fail they are God has blessed us so and we timely, appropriate and some- say "thank you" to all who times they ate amusing, helped us to celebrate thissometimes sad but always the wonderful time and hope youdevotion has a valueable truth will visit us anytime you can. and lesson. The Thanksgiving Listen to Bennett Land's Tinybury Tale was all of those 'The Bible Student" each Sun- things! Thank you Phil for your day morning at 8:00 a.m.; on faithfulness to us each Sunday KSPI-AM. We would love to at Adult assembly. have you visit us any time: Sun- Dates to remember: Decem- day Bible Class-9:00 a.m.; Mar- " her 7, 1985--6:30 p.m. World ning Worship-10:00 a.m.; Sun- mission banquet. Brother day Evening Worship-6:00 Charles OrLnp and CherL his p.m.; Wednesday Evening Bible wife, are home on furlough from p Tanzani Paul their needs, and their victories dur- ing this informal time. You can gain first hand knowledge of the work of a missionary and what they do. Make plans now to at- tend this banquet! December 1, 1985--The Sun- day evening Service will be a Christmas Decoration Service, music and praise for our Lord. After the service, the church family is invited to a Christma., fellowship at the parsonage. December will have a fu!l calendar of events to fellowshi ) together and celebrate the birt t of Christ. Come be a part of our grow- ing church. We have just a special place for you and your family. You're always invited and always welcome--See you in church next Sunday. -O- THE BIBLE STUDENT In early days ministers were often traveling evangelists, going from one community to another to preach God's word. Ministers never knew what they would be paid if anything and only the devoted love of lost souls propelled them to continue in the ministry. The finan- cial support was meager at best. One minister reported that he con- ducted a protracted meeting in a com- munity and was invited back the next year. When he arrived for the meeting, a sack containing his garments and a Bi- ble were his possessions. When he left he had the Bible, his garments and his pay for the meeting--a large goose. -0- ON DUTY IN COLORADO SPECIAL - Army Sgt. 1st Class Randall E. Davis, has ar- rived for duty with the 4th In- fantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado. His wife, Phyllis, is the daughter of Howard Tarlton and Delores Tarlton, 'both of Tryon. He is a 1968 graduate of C. E. Donart High in Stillwater. "O" Women's Council Meets The Women's Council of the First Christian Church met November 19, 1985 for a short business meeting and to prepare used clothing articles and Christmas Gift Box donated by church members to be taken on Thursday, Nov. 21 to Cookson Hills Christian Ministeries. President Martha Bowyer presided. Meeting opened with Wom- en's Council prayer prayed in unison. Minutes of the previous meeting and treasurer report were read by secretary Geraldine Allen. Committee reports were given followed by closing benediction. Next meeting will be Dec. 10. The group will prepare Christ- mas gifts for the shut-in mem- bers at home and in the nursing homes and sack Christmas Let's Worship Together . . . --PERKINS-- Almembiy of God Church 041rid Rnln~, Pastnr Sunday School 945 a,m. Morning Warship 1t:00 a.m. Evening Worship 7:00 pro. Wed. Family Night 7 to 8:15 p.m. Church of Christ Morning Worship 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pro. First Ik*ptist Church ilbert Smith, Pnstor Sunday Worship 8:30 a,m. Sunday Worship I0:.50 a.m. Training Union 6:00 p.m. Sunday Even. 7:00 p.m. Wed. Eve. 7:30 p.m. First Ctlrlstlan Church Ran Runvon, Pastor Church Schoo19:45 a.m. Worship Serv.10:45 a.m. Teen Hour .. 6:00 p,m. Even. Services. 7:00 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service ] ] :00 a.m. Elder Don Baker. Pastor United Method|mr Church Luclnda S. Holmes, PaStor . C~urch School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:(30 a.m. HOUSE OF 'SHILOH' Free Full Golpel E, Chantry Lowude Mitchell, Pastor Sunday 7:30 p.m. Thursday 7:3@ p.m. Vlnel~ Pentecostel Church of God W.C. Oinhmn. Pa~or Sunday School V:45 a.m, Worship Service 11 :(X} a.m. Evangelism 6:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer Mtg. 7:30 p.m. --I~IN CHAPEL-- United Methallst Church Mex Rudd. Pastor Morning Worship 9:4~i a,m. Sunday School 10:45 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p.m. UMYF 7:00 p.m, --lOSt CM|K-- United Methodist Church Me= Rmld. INilt~r Sunday School 10:O0 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Mehan UniOn Church 6 mI ! of 177 on Mohan Ikmd Larry llllnger0 Pellt~r Sunday School10:(30 a.m. Morning Warship 11:00 a.m. Bible Study 7:00 p,m Young People 7:00 D,m. Friends Chapel Charles Armstrong, Pastor 7 mi. W of Perkins on Hwy ~$ Sunday S~hool 10:00 a.m. Mornigh Worship I1:00 a.rn. Evening Worship '.6 p.m. Wed. Worship 7:$0 p.m. Uberty Free Methodist Church Harry Adcm~. PmJtor 4 ml S of Porklml msd $ ml I of 10A lirlnch Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. treats. Hostess Aletha Coldsmith served refreshments to Verna L. Arthur, Rosa Grimm, Ruth Wassell, Joyce Youngker, Twila, Charissa and Angela Ru- nyon, Martha Bowyer and Geraldine Allen. Making the trip to Cookson Hills Christian Ministries in Kansas, Oklahoma, were Mrs. Martha Bowyer and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen. They en- j oyed a nice visit with Lawrence and Ellen Hallum, directors and founders of C.H.C.M. Lawrence also is co-minister at the Chris- tian Church in Kansas, Okla- homa. A camel can go without water for almost a week and without food for much longer, NICE LOOKING GUEST LIST KINGFISHER - The Gr National Quail hunt held north of Kingfisher on Valley Ranch owned by and Eloise Bollenbach, dude such Dale Robertson, Tennessee nie Ford, Dub Taylor, Anderson, Robert Fuller, Majors, Hank / Skiles and Henderson Rutherford, Johnny Kingston Trio and others. -O" New in PerkinsI C }N'S MINI Spaces Available $28 per man. $10 547-5151 --IIIPLt. f .-- Plrst Church of God Aeneid Smith, hstor Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worship 11:00 am, Youth Activities 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p m. Wed Service 7:30 p.m. First United Mmthedllt Church O4~ry W. 1~eJnt|eB, Paster Morning Worship 9:30 p.m. --TRYON -- First Chrlstlen Church Olvld Cratnr, Pastor Sunday Scfiool I0:00 o,m. Worship Service 11:00 am. Friendly Assembly of God Tryon. OK David Whitener, Pastor Rev. T. H, McNeily. Assoc, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 Worship 10:45 Sun. Eve. 7:50 Wed, E~. 7 ~0 L.I.F.E Youth Fellowship (Wed.) 7:30 Thank You, To each and every person who attended our cent Open House of our new building on Lovers Lane in Perkins, Members of the Ch of Christ express their gratitude. If and when we may serve you, we would a preciate such an opportunity. Attend the Church of your Choice this --OLENCOE-- First kptlst C~urch Ammbly of God.Church Sunday School9:4S a m Morning Worship It:00 am Sunday Schaol 9:4S a.m. Training Union 6:45 p m Morning Worship 11:00am. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Serv. 7:00 p.m. Wed. Service 7:30 p m Wednesday Midweek Service Church of Christ 7:30 p.m. ~I191oI Runner, Minister United Up--hit Churd~ Sunday School 9:45 o m Morning Worship 10:45 a m Church School 10:00 p.m. Youth Meeting6:30 p m. Morning Worship I|:00 a.m Evening Worship 7:30 pm MYF 5:30 pm. Wed, Service 7:30 p m Wednesday Midweek Service 7:30 p.m , Flrfl kptlst Church Curtis Townley Sunday School 10:00 am. Worship 1 I:00 a.m. Sun. Evening 7:(~3 p.m. Christian Union Church Ted Olbenn, Pastor Sunday School10:00 o m. Morning Worship 11:00a m. CYE 6:00 p.m, Yes, we have many things to be thankful for--such things as family, home, health, and a nation with privileges and opportunities that no other has ever known, a nation founded by men who wanted freedom to worship God. We are a nation of churches. These churches Church Schoolt0:30 a.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Youth Meetihg 6:i~) pm. Church of Christ Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Morning Wonlhip I I :(X) a.m Evening Worship 7:00 prn First Chrlstlnn Church I~11 Mudllett, Past~r Sunday School 10:00 am Mormng Worship 11:(30 o m. Youth Fellowship 6:00 pm Evangelistic Serv. 7;00 pm Wed, Service 7~00: pro, --coYUI-- Flrct Chrlstlen Church W. a~lff, Minister Sunday School t0:00 O m. Morning~,orship 11:00a.m. Youth Meetings 6:30 pm Evening Worship 7:~0 p.m. Women's Council, 3rd Wed. First United Metho~t~ Church have freedom to spread the Gospel, and give thanks to God for all of our blessings. Attend church regularly where you worship God and give thanks for His wonderful love. l't~c Church i~ God'~ appt,lnlcd ,l~ntx in tJli~ ~or[c~ [t~r ~prt;itllnt~ the kn,~lcthiv .,f Iti~ h,xc fl~r man .,rid ol ill. t|t n,and h~r man to rc~oond I,~ thai h)xt" h~ Iodine hi~ n~ichbor. \k'ilh.~ul IJli. l:roundlng in lht" h,~c ,~[ (.~d. no t~xt'rnntt'nl or ~o~it'lx ~tr ~;1~ o~ J~t ~i[~ h~n~ iu:r~cxvrt' ;Ind the ~rt'cdorll~ ~,h,,h ~ ~1 h, dd .,,, dr'Jr ",,,ill inc'.i~abh perish Thcrcf~rc, t'~cn from a ~rlh~h p.~inl ,d Gc~,. one ~h,~uld ~upp,,rt the t hurch f,,r d~u sake of Ih t~,lf.=rc ,J him.clf and hi~ famd~ Ik~.md lh,,i .tnt| p,trti~lp,llc in Ihe (hurth hv~au,t ~I IclN thc |rulh ,th~ut nhm'~ lil't', dcath and dc.tln~ : the tr~*lh ~hl~h ahmt '~ ill ~,t him [rcc t,, It~e a~ ~, ~hild ,J (,od ~~~~l~~~iI~~j~~J~I~~~J~~l~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~J~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~J~~j~~J~~~~I~~~~~i~~]~~~~l~~]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ C Col*m*. Adv. 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