Bulletin for 2-20-22

Birthdays and Anniversaries:

2-20 Eleuterio Oviedo

2-22 Lucas Camacho

Prayer requests:

Kennedi Reames, recovering from thyroid surgery.

Marilyn Jones good MRI report. Another PET scan in the future, some side effects to radiation.

Darlyne Stewart, Karl’s sister, small cancer spots on liver, therapy ongoing.

Shirley Weeks, Steve’s mom, is not well.

Sharon Best, Steven’s mom, still recovering from surgery.

Sarah, Chris Girvin’s sister, on hospice care

Eleuterio Oviedo knee replacement surgery coming up

Paul Tyler has had some rough times with illness and his vehicle.

Gary & Sally Nelson, still recovering from Covid. Gary has major dental surgery this week.

Robert and Sue Waller, health issues.

David Shaffer, being treated for leukemia, bone marrow transplant.

Darla Nitti, Wendi’s mom, stage 4 kidney disease, stroke.

Leta, has a recurring cancer, prayer request from her granddaughter via our website.

Condolences and Sympathy:

Al Sissom passed to his reward last Thursday. Services are at Laurel Oaks on Lake June. Visitation, Wed. 6-8 pm. Funeral and burial Thur. 12:30 pm.

Sean Brooks, friend of Paul’s, passed away for complications of covid.

Sharon Gerstman, passed away suddenly from a massive stroke.

Keep these families in your prayers, please.

If you have more prayer requests, just message or text Steve and we will update!


Come to me

A man once told his friend he was in deep trouble. He used a well-known figure of speech to describe it. He said, “I’m at the end of my rope.” The figure means he was out of solutions to his problems. He didn’t know where to turn.

He isn’t alone.

People are in desperate trouble everywhere. According to the World Health Organization, 3.8 percent of the earth’s population has depression.

For those who consider themselves religious, there is also trouble. According to the Pew Research Center, government religious restrictions (or persecutions) have risen to their highest level since 2007.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, pressures have driven people into isolation where their problems are compounded and seem almost insurmountable.

Many have become fearful and nervous. They have endured several situations for so long they don’t know how, when, or where to get help. They feel lost, lonely, and vulnerable. What can they do?

Jesus has the answer. He said,

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke on you and learn from me because I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy to bear, and my load is not hard to carry,” (Matthew 11:28-30).

There has never been a better time to go back to the Bible and find the salvation you need for your soul. Jesus offers the only help anyone could ever get. He has the answers to the most difficult problems in life.

One who needs his help, however, must go to him and obey his word. Find him now in the New Testament. Grab a copy and start reading and studying.

John Henson, link to original article