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May 30, 2015, 12:00 AM

From Your Pastor's Heart - May 31, 2015


Good Morning Family,

          I must say it is quite nice to have my wonderful wife back home from her northward trip for nieces’ and nephews’ graduation celebrations!  Welcome Home!

          I also wanted to take a moment to thank her for her wonderful work on the new church signs on the north and east sides of town.  There is one up by Dyna-Prop on Wanda Carr’s land and one by the old Cardinal Hill Bait and Tackle store where Dorothy Kniffer lives.  Thanks to Brent Sturgeon, Gordon Sturgeon, and Richard Cain for being such great workers to help me get those up.  I am going to have Robin produce a couple more signs over the next month or so and we’ll get them out in a few more places, namely that we need one out on Highway 76 for those coming into town from the west.  That way we have at least one within a few mile radius from all directions.  And just so you know, the new signage is being done outside of the church budget.

          Today’s column from me is kind of a “mash-up” in that I want to mention just a few things... At the top of this letter you notice it says, “another bit of history” today.  Today is Classic Sermon Sunday where I bring to you, four times a year on the fifth Sunday, a sermon from a great man of God from the past.  Today is no different.  As of the writing of my article, I have not settled on which one of several that I want to bring to you, so I cannot write any background information about it to you this morning as I usually do.  We’ll just have to find out all together this morning which I end up selecting!

          One more thing about which I want to encourage you, if you are not a regular attendee of our Wednesday Night Prayer and Bible Study, you are missing out on a wonderful time of fellowship and sharing.   It’s not that what I have to say is so incredible, but that the give and take in our prayer and study time is very encouraging.  And remember, if you need a ride please let me know and I will do my best to get you hooked up to see that you get here.  Never let transportation be the cause for you missing out on gathering with the family of God.

          As always, my prayer is that we would all Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth.”   II Timothy 2:15.          

Humbly Yours,

Bro Steve

Dr. Steven Gann

Your Shepherd

 

                                                         


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