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June 30, 2013

Volume 13, Number 26

Have I Told You Lately?

Yes, I think it is right, as long as I am in this tent, to stir you up by reminding you (2 Peter 1:13).

There are things that are important to say. We share the values that are important to us by clearly telling them to the people we love. If we believe in absolute honesty, we tell our children that we believe in honesty. If we want our children to share our appreciation of benevolent care, we tell them. We tell them what we expect. If we are organ donors, we tell it. If we have a will or trust, we tell it. If we have a vital dream, we share it. There are a lot of things on the list of things we know are important to say. We need to tell the ones we love that we do love them. It is a combination effort. It is the three little words, and it is more. It is the daily actions that take the time, energy, thought, and definite actions. We need to tell of God. When we believe in God for who and what He is, we need to tell it. As the source of our character in living and the object of our worship and praise, we should have no trouble telling children, family, and friends. They need to hear of how He works in your life. They need to know of His importance by your dedication to worship and communication of such to them. We need to tell of salvation that is bought and brought by the love and blood of Jesus. They need to hear of the difference between being lost and saved. They need to know that it is vital, and that it is of pinnacle importance to you. We need to tell them of heaven. I know we cannot fully describe the nature of heaven and eternal life. Still, they need to hear that death is not the end, and that life continues with a promise. Tell them you believe in the promise of heaven for those who belong to the Lord. We need to tell them. You need to tell them. It is up to you. Russ

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Keep These In Prayer

John Murray, Annas husband

Daily Bible Reading 30. Deuteronomy 10-12; Acts 3

is home now and doing better.

Lena King, George Kings

mother is in rehab and showing some improvement.

Zandria Hannigan has bacterial

1. Deuteronomy 13-15; Acts 4 2. Deuteronomy 16-18 3. Deuteronomy 19-21; Acts 5 4. Deuteronomy 22-24 5. Deuteronomy 25-27; Acts 6 6. Deuteronomy 28-30 7. Deuteronomy 31; Acts 7

pneumonia, but is home now and is improving daily.

Terri Scott is undergoing dialysis

treatments multiple times each week.

Wayne Haynes is undergoing

treatments for his CLL.

Jane Thacker is undergoing shots

and treatment for severe pain in her back.

Darrell MacDonalds aunt, Jan,

Happy Anniversary
Dwain & Jane Thacker - 7/6

Happy Birthday
LaQueta Nelson Blue Suarez Darla Holland Dennis Weber Karen Holland Lila Mulkey 7/1 7/4 7/7 7/9 7/9 7/13

is in Mass. General in Boston, very serious condition.

Lisa Burnes, Chuck Coxs sister

has been diagnosed with cancer.

The Frizzels nephew, Patrick

Anderson is in a medically induced coma in Ardmore.

Pat Overturfs father is undergo-

Homebound or Limited:
Lorella Wilson Aline McDaniel Don & Jo Hutton Keena Lusk Mary Cordrey

ing chemotherapy treatments.

Riley Baldwin continues having

surgeries about every six weeks.

One Faith One Fellowship One Family

Welcome! If you are our Guest today, we want you to find a warm welcome here.
Congratulations to Clay and Liz Scott, & Mema Scott. Joslyn

Grace Scott was born on Wednesday (6/26) at 7:42 am. She is 8 pounds3 ounces, and 20 1/2 inches long. All are doing well including, Big-sister, Violet.
Guest Speaker this evening: Elbert Turner will be our guest

speaker on Sunday evening. We are helping with financial support for Elbert as he attends Bear Valley Institute to study as a preacher.
Deacons have a scheduled meeting this afternoon at 3:00. Check your

agenda for details.

Visitation Team #1 will be in charge of making visits this week. Coming Events: Fourth of July PicnicThursday, July 4

See Keith McDougal. Back to School Bash mid-August. Christian Mens Retreat August 12-13 at Camp Rock Creek. Brochures will be available soon.

Tornado/Storm Damage: If you have storm damage, or know of a

member who has storm damage, please get that word to the elders, or the church office. There are also brethren ready to render service to jobs that need to be done following the storms. == There is a present need for a stump grinder at Vickie Fosters house.
Summer is the vacation season. If you will be absent, remember that

the local work depends on you. Be sure to leave or make-up your contribution. Fun in the SonDaycamp 2013 The Miracles of Jesus When: July 1-3 9:30 am2:30 pm each day Where: Camp Rock Creek Who: Ages 59 Cost: $35 Day-camp introduces younger children to the Christian camping experience. It is fun filled days of activity and Bible lessons. Brochures and registration forms are available from the table in the foyer. Sponsored by Moore Central Church of Christ

The Sentinel June 30, 2013

Scheduled to Serve Next Week (7/7/2013)

Order of Service
Announcements Scripture: Haggai 2:6-9 Song 238 Holy, Holy, Holy Prayer Song 111 Come, We that Love the Lord Song 621 Ten Thousand Angels Comments Lord's Supper Collection Song 732

Kevin Keenan

Keith & Becky McDougal Teah Ausmus Kevin & Joan Keenan

Lord's Table (am) Prayers: Dewayne Ross

Arless Murray Chuck Cox Fred Babbit Josh Dyer Jim Skaggs Bill Sherman Donal Ruminer Fred Jones Max McDougal

Lord's Table (pm) Prayers (am)

Bill Fleming

Blue Suarez

We Praise Thee, O God Sermon: The Glory of the Latter Temple Haggai 2:6-9 Song 272 I Have Decided to Follow Jesus Song 250 How Sweet, How Heavenly Prayer
Darrell MacDonald Keith McDougal Walter McFadden Dwain Thacker Randy Vance Ministers Russell Dyer

Prayers (pm)
Glenn Elmore Sunday Wayne Haynes

Schedule of Services Bible Study Worship Worship

Wednesday 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM
Deacons Michael Berry Joe Downs Bill Fleming Brian Jaworsky

Bible Study
Elders Kevin Keenan Horace Phillips Roger Scott Bill Sherman