Bulletin / Prayer List March 01 2020




Kerry King


    Don Hickerson          Robert Embry     

MORNING              EVENING

AC Quinn                 Don Hickerson

                  Charley Counts         Greg Counts                       


Kerry King


Don Baker is at home now. He will have a kidney scan done.
Leta Embry had a biopsy Feb 18th. It was determined that she has Type 2 breast
cancer and will undergo 15 weeks of chemotherapy.
Greg Counts had surgery on his sinus. Everything went well but he is having a
lot of pain.
Brenda Loftice (Carmen’s mother in law) will have eye surgery sometime in
Don Boyd – cancer is in remission.
Darril Sloan (Ruby’s son) – had shoulder surgery and is now suffering from
myasthenia gravis.
Kathy Hill – is going to have to have more treatment for her cancer.

Remember in Daily Prayer: 
Kathy Hill, Zack Folks, Joy Fowler, Betty Clark, Don Boyd, Lucus Drews, Dwight Pool, Brayden Counts, Ruth Stone (Greg’s bosses’ wife), Jesse Farrer (Tom Bean schoolboard president). 

Macular Degeneration:
AC Quinn, Beryl Miller

Florene Griffin (back & hip), Rebekah Van Deren (Pancreas), Beverly Roberts (MS), Scott, Judy & Tonya McMillen, Norma Garza, Carmen Loftice, Dannie Baker (severe allergies), Steve Dupuis (heart, AC’s son in law), Brenda Williams (kidney), Ronnie Bear (injured in a fall), Bill Davis (stroke), Louise Wright Pneumonia.

Sympathy: AC Quinn’s sister Mary Moore passed away.

Serving Our Country: 

Cody Blomstedt (Korea), Kirklynn Hance, Kirk Johnson (Kuwait)
Tyler Davies is scheduled to deploy to Dubai.

Police & First Responders: 

Travis Counts, Dalton Griffin, Chelsie Serrano          

Pantry Item: Canned Fruit

Tipton's will be here March 25 or 26 to pick up our donations to them.

Men Serving Next Week March 8, 2020


Morning:     Jerry Harris – Robert Embry

   Evening:      Kerry King – Walter McMillen

 “Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that you may be healed.  The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” (James 5:16)

By Tom Moore

I've learned to seek a message in some simple, homey ways,
And I've found many lessons in the dreariest of days.
So, one day in my kitchen, I began to sing a song
About the iron skillet that I've cooked with for so long.
Oh, I've had other vessels of different shapes and brands...
Bowls with copper bottoms, and shiny pots and pans,
But when I need a frying pan, each time I seem to choose
The black cast iron skillet...the one I always use.
No, it's not much to look at; it's been around awhile,
And in a modern kitchen, I suppose it's out of style.
But it's just the thing for corn bread, or frying up some taters,
So, I'll save my stainless-steel pans. Could be I'll use them later.

The world is like a kitchen; its people, pots and pans.
Each vessel made for a special use, and not by human hands.
Precious golden chalices and fancy silver cups,
And crystal glasses, waiting for the Lord to fill them up.
Now I'm not much to look at, but the Lord must have a need
For a common country person who moves at her own speed...
Whose clothing isn't fancy and whose manners are quite plain:
If I feel He can use me, then my life is not in vain.
Each person has a purpose...and if only we will see,
God has a plan for everyone, and there's a plan for me.
So maybe now you understand why I can shout and sing:
I'm a cast iron skillet in the kitchen of a King! [author unknown]

Scripture says, "But now they are many members, but one body. And the eye cannot say to the hand, I have no need of thee: or again the head to the feet, I have no need of you. Nay, much rather, those members of the body which seem to be more feeble are necessary: and those parts of the body, which we think to be less honorable, upon these we bestow more abundant honor; and our uncomely parts have more abundant comeliness; whereas our comely parts have no need: but God tempered the body together, giving more abundant honor to that part which lacked; that there should be no schism in the body; but that the members should have the same care one for another." (1 Cor. 12:20-25).

Think About It!

Have A Great Day!