July 14th, 2024

Bible Study  - 9:30 a.m.

Devotional Reading
Wayne Brosius
Hymn
Kevin Reichard
Boomer Bible Study
Main Auditorium
Teacher - Bill Fiscus, Topic-Acts
Youth Bible Studies
Downstairs Classrooms
Gen X - Z
Haugh Hall
Teacher - Mike Smith, Topic - Forgiveness

Worship - 10:20 a.m.

Prayer for the Sick
Bill Fiscus
Greeting
Sermon Preview
Mike Smith
Hymn
Kevin Reichard
Hymn
Kevin Reichard
Scripture Reading
I Cor. 6: 19-20
Mike Bowley
Opening Prayer
Chris Shovestull
Hymn
Kevin Reichard
Sermon
"God's Glorious Temple"
Jack Abels
Invitation Hymn
Kevin Reichard
Communion Hymn
Kevin Reichard
Communion
Wayne Brosius (speaker), Kerry Stover, Mike Glinkerman, Kris Smith, Eddie Smith
Church Highlight
Sight & Sound Trip
Mike Smith
Announcements
Ethan Jones
Closing Hymn
Kevin Reichard
Closing Prayer
Dean Smith

Wednesday Bible Studies

7:00 pm Bible Study
Main Auditorium
Subject - 1 Timothy
7:00 pm Youth Classes
Downstairs Classrooms
Wednesday Evening Devotional Leader
Ernie Kunselman

Announcements

Women's Bible Study  will be Aug 4 after morning services complete with a potato bar. Ladies are asked to read the book of Galatians in preparation.   https://messaging.subsplash.com/NPQ6Q4 
Day Camp Sunday will be today (July 14) and Aug. 11 from 1pm to 7pm. Our Sunday evening services will be incorporated into the camp events. If you are interested in helping today please stay after services for a short meeting.
Our next pot luck with be July 21st after morning services. Come for the food, stay for the fellowship!

Sight & Sound Trip

We will be taking the bus to Sight and Sound in Lancaster on Aug. 2 to see the play "Daniel". The show starts at 3pm, we will be leaving the church parking lot that morning and returning the same day after the show. A sign-up sheet is in the foyer. Tickets cost $76/person

Hershey Park Trip

We will be taking a bus trip to Hershey Park Aug 8. More details will follow.

Guest Speaker

Jack Ables will be visiting July 14 and is scheduled to preach that day.

Magi Project

Aug. 4th Mark Hatfield will be with us to talk about the Magi project. He will be presenting a lesson tying in the program for both the AM Bible Study and Sermon.

Kerr's Korner


Provisions

By John Kerr


Provision:  the action of providing or supplying something for use.  This year on the Tour de France bicycle race they have included some sections of road that are gravel.  This makes riding much more difficult.  It is a “separate the men from the boys” part of the race.  On one of the gravel sections, about ten miles long, special provisions were made.
           
The gravel sections of road were notorious for having elevated chances of flat tires.  The race doesn’t stop for repairs.  One of the teams placed 118 wheels, spaced out along the road.  They were there in case some of their team members got a flat.  The provision was made, if anyone got a flat, a spare would be close.
           
The Bible teaches about making provisions.  The ant is used as a lesson to the sluggard:  

Proverbs 6: 6Go to the ant, you sluggard;
                                  consider its ways and be wise!
                                    7It has no commander,
                                    no overseer or ruler,
                                    8yet it stores its provisions in summer
                                    and gathers its food at harvest.

            We all make provisions for food when we go to the grocery store.  Some advertisers on the radio promote their food for long term provisions.  They claim that their meals will last in storage for 25 years.
 
            Of all provisions, God’s eternal, spiritual provision is the most outstanding.  Romans 5: 15But the gift is not like the trespass. For if the many died by the trespass of the one man, how much more did God’s grace and the gift that came by the grace of the one man, Jesus Christ, overflow to the many! 16Again, the gift of God is not like the result of the one man’s sin: The judgment followed one sin and brought condemnation, but the gift followed many trespasses and brought justification. 17For if, by the trespass of the one man, death reigned through that one man, how much more will those who receive God’s abundant provision of grace and of the gift of righteousness reign in life through the one man, Jesus Christ.

Wayne's  Wacky Words

 
  • Lollygag: This word describes a person that is messing around and doing something that isn’t useful. 

Kerry's Kar Tips

A weekly auto tip from our resident expert!

       Today, vehicles stay shiny without a lot of care. So why labor applying a coat of car wax?Even though the paint is shiny, a coat of wax seals the paint. This helps protect it from the scrubbing action of minute dirt particles in the air and water and keeps the surface shiny.

      Waxing your ride does not have to be tedious. Obviously, the car must be washed and dry before you start. The next step is to apply the car wax. If you purchase a five-inch polisher and a cleaner wax like Maguires Cleaner Wax, the cleaning and waxing are performed at the same time! The significant part of a cleaner wax is that the wax does not build up, causing more work.

      I suggest waxing your car in the spring and fall. This method protects your car from the sun fading effect and the harshness of winter conditions.

   
Happy Motoring!!

IN OUR PRAYERS

Health needs

Mary Ellen Smith
Resident at Jefferson Manor. In addition to prayers, calls and visits are appreciated.
Sally Smiley
Resident at McKinley (rm 323). In addition to prayers, visits are sure to bring a smile to both Sally and your faces.
Landon Fawcett
Chronic illness that causes tumors throughout his body.
Marshall Moore Sr.
Recovering from recent brain surgery and was just diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer.
Jason Fetterman
Is recovering quicker than expected but still has much room for God's help.
Margaret Snider
Recently moved to an assisted living due to decreased mobility and health. Margaret attends online from the New Liskeard ON area.
John Meier
Leg amputation and associated pain.
Doris Biggie
Breast cancer.
Roberta Hetrick
Shoulder ball socket surgery complications. The joint has separated.
Steve Delvern
Ongoing battle with lung cancer.
Judy Clinger
Ongoing battle with cancer.
Aldean Dehner
Struggling with health concerns.
Luann Murray
Stroke recovery.
Janice Huber
Health concerns.
Don Shirey
Health issues, recovery from sepsis.
Kerry Stover
Health concerns, hip pain.
Alissa Steffine & Baby
Baby born with heart issues.
John Nichols
Health concerns.
Roger Smith
Health concerns.
Peyton Kerr
Upcoming testing.
Thomasine Hartzke
Hospitalization.

Happy Birthday!

07/17- Tammy Graff

Serving Next Week 07/21/24

AM Opening Prayer-Andy Tommelleo
AM Closing Prayer-Eddie Smith
PM Opening Prayer-Ray Smith
PM Closing Prayer-John Huber
Wed Devo 07/24-Wayne Brosius

Serving the Lord's Table for July
Wayne Brosius (speaker),Kerry Stover, Kris Smith,
Eddie Smith, Mike Glinkeman

Devotional Reader
Wayne Brosius

Prayer Request Leader
Bill Fiscus

Worship Training Center
Megan Himes

Communion Care
Amanda Smith

Housekeeping
Amanda Smith

Livestream (A/V)
Christian Smith & Evie Smith

 

Happy Anniversary!

07/18- John & Jan Kerr

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