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By Pat SkagBs Carney Assembly of God Sunday School Class had a r good lesson on "Overcoming World." text's were taken from 2 1:3-8, Ephesians 1:15-17, |, 2 Timothy 2:11-13 and 1 John .5. Golden text was: Everyone a of God overcomes the world. is the victory that has rome the world, even our k 1 John 5:4. The central was: The influence of this is overcome through a vital ) with Jesus Christ. Peter the Christians that they could the world's corruption, and them to something they possessed; the knowledge of He told them that they had Carney News... two things through the knowledge of Jesus Christ: grace and peace. Grace refers to God's influence on the heart, while peace has influence on unity with God. God's presence in the heart. The stage is set for victory over the world, with God's influence guiding us and His presence in us providing peace. God has given us all things that pertain unto life and Godliness. Any Christian who is in the truth is well equipped to face the world. Life is like a rose garden. Anyone who would stroll the garden and admire the beauty and fragrance of the flowers must also contend with the thorns. We cannot always avoid opposi- tion, but we can overcome it in Christ's strength. Victory is available to us if Kerr-McGee continues to play a role in the remarkable story of Columbus Elementary in Oklahoma City Ifs a school tha(s building self-esteem in kids who have few advantages -- who under- stand that eduaon is their chance for a better life. By Pat Skaggs (865-2246) we live the basic discipline of Christian living, the Bible study, prayer and faithfulness. Without these relationships with Christ they would be empty religions exercises. Remember God loves you and so do i. Have a great day. Blrthdays-Anniverseries Happy birthday to: Dclpha Chase, Glen Savage, Kenneth Knowiton, Joy Lovin, Julaine Roberson, Anbry L. Case, Don Hughs, Jack Rcese, Leilanii Harris, Karen Hdfenbe/n, Kimberly McKey, Donna Cameron, Melissa Moore, Greg Helfenbein, Chrispher Cordove and Charlie O'Donnell. Anniversaxy blessings to: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gilbrain, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter. May God grant all of you many At Columbus Elementat); new worlds are being opened with a tmique tutot: ing program. Each seek, ncarh' 100 Kerr.McGee volunteers travel'to Columbus and devote an hot, to one- on-one tutoring. Each volunteer is paired with one student -- so a boM develops between tutor and child that enhances the learning process. The students bask in the glow of this special attention. They become more coldent, ',lm=, to dC nta. better motivated and learn faster. But Kerr-McGee tutors reap great rewards as well. They can see they're making real differences in young lives. And that's What America's Made Of. more joyous birthdays and hapw years together. Thanksgiving Visitors Bill and Pat Skaggs had as their Thanksgiving holiday visitors, their youngest son Melvin Skaggs, his wife Gina, their children, Christo- pher, Courtney and Christene Sk- aggs and Amanda and Emily Cash all of Gainsville, Texas, also visit- ing several times during the week- end was a daughter of Bill and Pat's, Mary Skaggs of Carney. Everyone The Perkins Jourld, ThtES(, December 2, 1993 -kagc 3 had a very good time eating, visit- ing and just being together. Mrs. Arvilla Savage had a very good Thanksgiving Day dinner, with several members being her dinner guests. Those enjoying turkey and all the trimming were two of her daughters, Elouise Carpenter and Noghabai and her three children, IVlatthew, "Ihlly and Mellissa all of Agra. The Melvin Skaggs family visited his grandma Savage on Sunday. The Max Myers' family had around 24 members of their kin folks for Thanksgiving Day dinner. All had a great time eating and visiting together. her son Lee Carpenter of Oklahoma I City; Marcilla Thayer and her friend [ Shop Perkins, Charles Boone of Dell City and .......... one of Marcilla's daughter, Brenda Minis Start % $25 0 Session Pig Hot Ball up to $2500 o Hot Ball s .4400+ $400 Progressive Black-out Starts in 58#'s Consolation $200 - A Number Added Each Week $10,000 U-Pick-Em $100 Added Each Session Until $10,000 Is Reached This Wednesday: 17# for $7,500 - :1.8# for $2,000 - 19# for $1,500 20# for 1,000 - 21# or more Consolation of $200 All Minis Will Pay 100%-70%  ................. ,,%,ii i! ' Age Limit: 14 years of age to enter Big Hall. We afiandicap accessible. NOTICE It has been rumored that VFW Post 1118 in Cushing has sponsored a bingo operation iocatod in Stroud, OK. by the name of Travelers Good Luck Bingo. Fact is our VFW Post has nothing to do with this operation at ale We do not support this bingo in any capacity. The manager of Travelers Good Luck Bingo has nothing to do with VFW 1118 Bingo, and will not in the foreseeable future. Jake E. Radko Post Commander VFW Post 1118 Cushing, OK - READ ' i: ALL ": ,, - IT! , ,. . r _ v,  .,,.,t, .- Vo "." '.- ".. GIVE THE GIFT .... AT KEEPS GIVING WEEKS i .w00v "" ......'.. :. . .:.. .." .'. OF THE YEAR REGULAR SUBSCRIBERS CAN NOW PURCASE THE PERKINS JOURNAL AS Subscription Rates: In Payne, Uncoln, Logan. and Noble Couhtles PER KINS -$ I S.00 peryear. By Mail elsewhere In OkJahoma- $17.00 per year. Outside of Oklahoma - $29.00 per year. jo URNA L 133 S. Main Perkins, Ok. 74059 /