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£84 r- Ti‘EE JOURNAL, Thursday, December 26, 2019 Church News Eden Chapel United Methodist l .‘ iBy Rev. John Curtis It will be the 1 st Sunday after Christmas and Missions , Sunday at Eden Chapel . Our Noisy Bucket offering is for our . India Missions (Water Wells) .The message is from the book , of Romans 15: 1-13 and called “The Gift of Unity”. Apolo- =. gist, author, and speaker Josh McDowell writes: Tolerance .says, “You must approve of what I do.” Love responds, “I must do something harder, I will love you, even when your . behavior offends me Tolerance says, “You must agree with . me.” Love responds, “I must do something harder,l will tell 7 you the truth, because I am convinced “the truth will set you ,free". Tolerance says, “You must allow me to have my own gway.” Love responds, “I must do something harder, I will - plead with you to follow the right way, because I believe you fare worth the risk.” Tolerance seeks to be inoffensive; Love , takes risk. Tolerance glorifies division; Love seeks unity. T01- erance costs nothing; Love costs everything. If you require an K example of the Power of Love over Tolerance,l suggest you read the Life and Teachings (The Gospels) of Jesus Christ. , Jesus did not tolerant anyone or anything however He did. 7, live out love really well! V We are that church on the hill in the country that you have ,been looking for but just keep driving by. Come out and enjoy Sunday morning with us! Sunday School starts at ;9:303m and dismisses at 10:30, Morning Worship starts at . I lamand concludes around 12 noon just in time for lunch. ,Our fellowshiptime is from 10:30am until llam so come share some coffee, juice and donuts with us. You are always welcome on any Sunday to come out to Eden Chapel for a ,yisit and celebrate the living Christ with us! We are located Eat the corner of 92nd Street and South Fairgrounds road right 3outside of Perkins. 1 ilmmanuel Baptist Church gBy Claudia Andrews 7 I 2, Merry Christmas to you all! May you have a super family celebration. ,5; Bob Duke sang a special song “A Christmas Story” before the sermon for those who came to celebrate Jesus as Savior ;and Lord on Sunday morning. ,. Brother Steve Hawley continued his Hope series, “The ,Hope for Christmas” from Luke 2: 13-14. He had shared in :a joint “Christmas Breakfast” Sunday School session about ‘the coming birth of Jesus and followed in worship with the angels exclamation to the shepherds. Jesus was born into a (religious world who should have known of His coming, but ,missed it. His coming was announced with a star to wise inien and a choir of angels proclaiming to lowly shepherds iin the field. The message was “glory to God and peace on earth. . The peace message was to be the peace only God jean give: spiritually,relationally, and with others. Peace isn’t 21,1nzittairiable,it is a free gift from God. Peace permeates our lives the closer we get to God, It is peace in spite of the world. aPeace is intertwined with the choice of forgiveness activated in our lives; God handles them both! God works through us .to bless others and peace “shows”! 5 'CW Sponsored by these fine I I businesse We celebrated a candlelight Christmas evening service: singing carols, hearing the scriptures about the coming birth of Christ, and lighting candles highlighting those scriptures. Claudia Andrews, Rita Cavanaugh, Jim Bickell, and Terry & Paulla Alford lit candles. Also lighting candles were the Thomas Harder and Cory Nickels families and Tobie Sanders sang “Mary Did You Know”. Bro. Steve shared some thoughts about the fact some people today still miss the meaning of Christmas. Don’t miss Christmas! Sing noel - shout the joy, peace and love of God sending His only Son, Jesus the Christ to save mankind! Dec. 29, 5pm, will be our 5th Sunday Sing followed by a Soup & Dessert fellowship. Come join us! Come visit us at 2415 E 1.04, just a mile north of Perkins. Info: 547-1222 or www.ibcperkins.org Christian Church of Perkins By Judith Riden As you celebrate the wonder of My birth in Bethlehem, celebrate also your rebirth into eternal life. This everlasting gift was the sole purpose of My entering your sin—stained world. Receive My gift with awe and humility. Take time to explore the vast dimensions of My Love. Allow thankfulness to flow freely from your heart in response to My glorious gift. Let My Peace rule in your heart, and be thankful. Our message next Sunday, Dec. 29 will be “The Awesome— ness of God” from Psalm 139. Please feel free to come and worship with us. Happy Holidays and remember Jesus is the Reason for the Season Sunday School 9:45 am, Sunday morning worship 10:45 am; Wednesday evening fellowship meal 6 p.m., Bible class 7 pm. Christian Church of Perkins, 121 E. Stumbo, (405) 547-2004. Mehan Union Church By Dorothy Arthur Mehan Union Church prays that all of our members, visitors, friends, and families have a blessed and Merry Christmas. May you have blessings of timewith Jesus in the New Year of 2020, glorifying God for all of His blessings past, present and future. He is mighty and hath done great things, and Holy is His name — Jesus, comforter, Savior. A New Year’s prayer quest for all to do: If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves and PRAY and seekmy FACE, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and FORGIVE their sin and I will HEAL their LAND. II Chronicles 7:14. Thank you Lord! Joyful, joyful, Joy to the world Go tell it in neighbor- hoods, communities, states, on the highways as you go that Jesus is is born to save the world. Amen Mehan Union Church is located at 8300 E. 68th, Still- water, OK (6 miles east of USl77 or 5 miles south of SH51 on Mehan Rd.) Contact us at (405) 743—2097 or at mehanunionchurch@gmail.com. Also check out www. scripiturestorylinecom for daily words from God. Diamond Valley Church Genesis 3:17 God cursed the ground and man’s flesh because ‘of sin. The earth would forever take Dominion over man’s body because we were made from dust. Jesus Christ was born not of dust but of the Holy Spirit. He came so mankind could be redeemed from the comse of the ground. Jesus Christ was buried and placed in the tomb like any normal man but after three days he arose from the dust because he has Dominion over death, and the ground. When we’re born again in Jesus Christ we change our origins. We no longer belong to dust. We may rest there for a while but one day we’ll rise again just like Jesus. This is the season we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and give him thanks for the price he paid for our redemption from the curse. Because of Jesus Christ we can have a new birthday as well by accepting Jesus Christ into our lives and being born again. Happy Birthday Jesus Christ! Merry Christmas to all and Happy New Year! May we all find a new beginning through Jesus Christ. Located at the corner of Diamond Valley Rd and Hwy 51 , five miles east of Stillwater; Sunday School 10:00 am., Sunday Morning Service 9 am. Quincy Morris, Pastor; Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm. Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church By Tony Arthur “And the angel said unto them, Fear not: I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the lord.” Luke 2:10-11KJV . This last week was another great week at Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church. Sunday, we did miss several of our members because some were out of town , for Christmas, and others were ill. While we are praying for their safe, and healthy returns next week, we did have a wonderful Sunday worship service. ' Pastor John Lucas preached about the birth of Jesus from Luke Chapter 2, and Matthew Chapters 1 and 2. While many of us have heard the story many times, it is just as glorious each time we hear it. Jesus’ birth was the fulfillment of Old Testament prophesy, a promise made to David, that the Messiah would come from his bloodline. Jesus was the Messiah, the Anointed one, the ‘ Christ, God in the flesh. ‘ That day, the day of His birth, was the beginning of Chris- tianity. It was the beginning of the salvation of mankind. It was this man, Jesus, that was born of a Virgin, born without sin, and lived without sin; yet paid the penalty for sin with His own blood, and life, for our sins that allows us to be restored to God with life everlasting. All we have to do is accept Him, and ask Him for the forgiveness of our sins. v While there are many of us that know the story and have accepted Him as our savior, there are still many that do not know of the reality of Christ, or of Christmas. Many celebrate Christmas asa time to give gifts, with stories of Santa Clause, reindeer, the Grinch, or Frosty the Snowman. CHURCH, Page 35 Church oftheFirstBorn ‘ 522 Diamond Valley Road, Stillwater , 6 miles east of Peddns Road Sunday School 9:30 am. i l’ on Highway 51 Worship 10:45 am. i " ‘ r Discipleship Training 5 pm. l Worship 6 pm. L Eden Chapel United Methodist Wed. Prayer/Bible Study 6:30 pm. ,1, ,2 mi. east of Perldnspn SH 33 , & Awana Club V ., 522:1de * ’5‘ (405) 5474179 John Curtis, Pastor Liberty Church of Perkins Sunday Worship 9:30 am. 4524 E 116th St, Perkins Sunday School 11 am. r (405) 547-1200 "r ,1 , Wed. Choir practice 6 pm, Youth 6 Louis and Tammy (Iowan, Pastors f \s pm. UM Women Third Sat. 9 am. Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:45 am. . 3 , . Sunday Worship 10:45 am. First Baptist Churchof Perkins Wednesday NightAddictimClass7 pm. I, w 500 E. Knipe, Perkins ' (405)5472494‘ . Lirerdinrcumh ‘1 wwwibcperkinsorg 94048Pefldnst,Perkins J. Sunday School 9 am. - Pastor Andrew Payne I! Sunday Worshipllzls am. WeekendExperimoe- Sunday 10:45:13]. Wednesday Adult and Family Night '— Wednesday 6:30 pm. V j Youth Activities 6:30 pm. ' ‘ 2 p I 1 ( Lest Creek United Methodist ' First Baptist Church at Mon 8002 S. Washington 9 (918) 37¢2496 (405) 377-0927 t . Sunday School 9:45 am. wwwlostereekumeorg ; Sunday Worship 11am. 1 mile west of U817? on 80th Street 1; Sunday Evening 6:30 pm. Sunday Worship 8:30 and 11 am.‘ F Wednesday 7 pm. Sunday School 9:45 urn. 3' Sunday evenings Youth 5:30 pm. 1 Choir Wednesday? pm. '1 i t v. 'FirstUnitedMeflrodisthrrch Perkins ' (405) 547—5406 1005 E. Kirk,Perkins ' (405) 547—2483 x 7 Sunday School 9:30 am. Cimarron Valley Church Sunday Fellowship 10:30 am. 901 N. Sadleer, Perkins , Worship 10:55 am. (405) 547-1557 . Youth Group 4pm. 1 Sunday School 9:30 am. -Wed. Choir 6:30 pm., Bells 7:30 pm. Sunday Worship 10:45 am. . , Wednesday Eyening 7 pm. Evangelical Friends Chapel “Ordinary People Serving an 7 miles west of the Perkins T on Exfraordinaqa God! SH33, 1/2 mile. south on Redlands Rd ' .1 Sunday, School 10 am. “ . , Christian Chumh of Perkins ‘ Morning Worship 1 1 a.m. ‘ 119 E.Su1mbo,Perkins Evening Service 6pm. (405) 547—2004 Wednesday Bible Study 6 pm. v Howard Faeber, Minister . g > , Sunday School 9:45 am. ‘ Good News Community Church ' \ Sunday Worship 10:45 am. 144 E. Kinder-Wells Blvd, Perkins e Wednesday Evening 7 pm. ' (405) 7470448 7 Worship & Children’s Church 10 am. Cimarron Worship Center , 304 North Main, Perkins Greater Vision Church (405) 547—5111 1104 Pogue St, Perkins Seth Mathis, Senior Pastor Sunday School 9:45 am. . www.cimarronworshipcenterorg Morning Worship 10:45 am. , Sunday Worship 10:45 am. Wednesday: Youth 4 pm. Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm. Church 7 pm. Diamond Valley Community Irnmanuel Baptist Church Church 2415 E. 104 St, Perkins wwwimmanuelbaptistperkiusorg MehanflniouChomh ~ . 8300E"68th,stillwater (495) 743-2097 ._ , Toby Tmer, Pastor (495} 74743610 . urehanmrionrflrurchtégmailponi , Perkthde 1330mver’slmeJ’eddns T (405}5476393' ' wkeeaegeyrjnadaramesme,” ' V , "Elders . . ,. SlmdaySchool9am.,Saviees 103 , Sunday eveniagBibleSuidyfiPm ., 3 ' . 3: . FDlC Wednesdaflpm. Roekin’MCowboyGnmil . (4053332339 Management:me crummrenmrarnmmmis entrees-renownueinm >- e 711N.Oormtty€land,Sfillwater ’ :(4952572-68855? ‘ firemen-O’Brime ' "headmastfianndaflam- ‘ Smday8i3dal1dllzlfiam ‘ SpanishMasslpm Wednesdaygt‘lhmsday’i’am. Wychriday 12:10pm. resenndayswt V Comm: Wednesday 5:30.530 gel. 205 S. Main - (405) 7620534 Sunday sum] 9:45 am. ~‘ Wordrip Sashes 10:45 am. Wedneshy 6:30 pm. .. 103S.Main,lem-(918)374¢2743 amdayserieer 10minmsnpna Wednesday releases-ea gin. '. Unitarian. Universafist 329 s. Stailard, seawater‘ on 74b74’ l {405) 372-0620 .3 Sunday Forum 9 am, service 10.30 m. < i} (405)547-2436 it MAIN BANK 202 S. MAIN. PERKINS CONVENIENCE BRANCH 417 E. HWY 33, PERKINS WWWPAYNECOUNTYBANKCOM COUNTY BANK PROUDLY SERVING All. OUR IOCAI. CHURCHES ..._ , 820-N. Main 0 547-2414 Steve & Kelley Myers See you in church Sunday Jugs BUILDERS SUPPLY f Open.Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30 pm. Sat. 8-Noon Sadler Road Hwy. 33-Perkins 547-5333