MEN: Fishing! Fire! Camping! Nutritious cholesterol-free food (not!). We’re camping at Old Maddox Lake on Apr 24-25. There’s not cost and free fishing. Bring your gear and lots of meat. Fathers bring your sons.
Alisa Bigham will host a “Captivating Tea in the Country” bridal shower for Renee Sherbondy on Sat, Apr 25 10 a.m.-noon.
Spaghetti Dinner, May 1 – Please support the youth for GoldRush. You can purchase tickets for $5 from Dan or Shanna. Please contact Shanna if you can donate food for the cause. Food donations from businesses have been harder to come by this year.
Mercy Ministry Training, Part II is May 2, 9 a.m.-noon in the Fellowship Hall. This session is for the Highlands participants and will include planning for our ministries.
We will meet for a noon prayer meeting on National Day of Prayer, May 7, in the Fellowship Hall.
The Awana Store is open at the end of May. If you have appropriate toys, DVD’s, CD’s, books, etc., in good condition to donate, please bring them to Cathy Anderson or Mary Corbett.
You have received as your patrimony the desire never to allow the teachings of our faith to denigrate into heresy. What makes this clear? In the time of your ancestors, people came here from Judea who were muddying the clear waters of the doctrine taught by the apostles. They were exhorting your ancestors to practice circumcision and to observe the Mosaic law. Those who then lived in your city did not remain silent, nor did they put up with this innovation. They were like courageous hounds who saw wolves attacking and destroying the entire flock. They sprang after the wolves and did not let up chasing them and driving them away.
John Chrysostom, c. 386