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December 6, 2015, 12:00 AM

From Your Pastor's Heart - December 6, 2015

Good Morning Family!

Today is the first Sunday in December and I am so looking forward to our Christmas services this year.  We will be celebrating each weekend as we approach December 27th, designated as our Christmas Sunday this year as it falls close to the 25th

            Today, we will begin collecting for the “FBCCF Loren Easley Christmas Offering.”  Funds collected all through December will go toward getting copies of God’s Word for some of the children from the community that we minister to on a regular basis as well as a copy of the Bible for their parents as well.  Mark your donations to this fund clearly on your offering envelope.

            Today, also we will be having a church family outing to go see the Adoration parade and Nativity lighting over in Branson.  We will take the church van for those who will need a ride and I imagine a few of us will drive vehicles as well as we “car pool” over.  This is a new thing for us to do as a church and a new thing for me to do.  I do not know what to expect, so we will just go and have an adventure.  We will leave the church parking lot at 3:30pm and head over all together.  The lighting of the Nativity occurs at 5:00pm and the parade starts right after that.  Seeing as how we will be over in Branson, there will be no choir practice or service tonight at church.

            Our prayers go out today to Marilyn Fortner’s family on the loss of her sister, Pamela to cancer this past week; as well as the Dingman family on the passing of John’s mother, Martha this last Friday.  Both women knew and loved the Lord Jesus, so the family can take comfort in that assurance.  In reality, Pamela and Martha will have the greatest Christmas they have ever had, as they meet the Savior face to face and fall at His feet in worship as never before!

            We also pray for our nation as we have experienced this past week the most tragic terrorist event on our soil since 9-11.  Pray for the families in their loss and the injured in their recovery.  I pray America and her leaders are driven to their knees.  We know the root of the enemy which we face as a nation is satanic at its core and violently at war against our God and His people.  Be prayerful and vigilant!

            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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