Sunday Morning - Bible Classes meet at 9:30 AM
Sunday Morning -Worship follows at 10:30 AM
Wednesday Evening - Bible Classes Assemble at 6:00 PM
“Ordinary” Christians have as much power as preachers do to bring people in the world closer to God. Not by driving recklessly but by living godly lives. Consider passages addressed to disciples of Christ: *”Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16. “ having your conduct honorable among the Gentiles, that when they speak against you as evil doers, they may, by your good works which they observe, glorifying God in the day of visitation.” I Peter 2:12. “Wives, likewise, be submissive to your own husbands, that even if some do not obey the word, they, without a word, may be won by the conduct of their wives.” I Peter 3:1 The gospel preached is still God's power to save men (Romans 1:16; 10:13-17). But few in our day and time will open their hearts to hear the gospel unless they first see its power in the life of a Christian.
September 24, 2023 October 1, 2023
East Side Dan Sommers Clayton Rogers
Larry Nicholson Mike Reid
West Side Clayton Rogers Dan Sommers
Mike Reid Larry Nicholson
Sunday's at 2:30 p.m.,
Personal Evangelism Work- shop at Hector Church of Christ. Basic lessons by Owen Olbricht.
Gospel Meeting at Center Ridge Church of Christ. Time: 7:00 p.m.
October 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th,
Gospel Meeting at Atkins Church of Christ. Time: 7:00 p.m.
Theme: “Why Doctrine Matters.”
Speakers: 1st- Kelly Rowe,
8th- Dwayne Butler,
15th- Luke Guthrie,
29th- David Riley.
Info on the bulletin board.
Friends and Family Weekend at Mars Hill Church of Christ. Speaker: Dr. Joe Brumfield.
Conway County Gospel Meeting at Harding Street Church of Christ. Time: 7:00 p.m. Theme: “Walking in the Light as He is in the Light.” Speakers:
8th- Glen Elliott,
9th- Neal Chism,
11th-Bill Green. Info on the bulletin board.
Gospel Meeting at Plummerville Church of Christ. Time: 7:00 p.m.
Speaker: Matthew Martin. Topics:
15th: “This Is Christianity”,
16th: “How Can We Know The Way”,
17th: The Parable Of The Forgiving Father”,
18th: “Mark 16:16”.
Area-Wide Fellowship at Camp Areopagus. Time: 10:30 a.m. Speaker: Jonathan House.
Pray for our Country, for our National Leaders, State Leaders, Local Leaders. Pray for those sick, those who have lost loved ones. Pray that each of us is doing the will of God and showing our love to every one including our enemies. Pray for the troops where ever they are ser- ving. Pray, Pray, Pray, Pray
For the report of the work being done at Truth For Today and the good lesson he gave from God's Word.
Dale Gilbreath, Russellville. COME AGAIN SOON!
Robert Dale Wilson
Passed away Tuesday. Funeral was Friday at Harris Chapel and interment at Cedar Creek Cemetery. He was the son of the late Robert Howard Wilson and the late Belva Ann Reynolds Wilson. He was a widower of the late Barbara Sue Reid Wilson.
Had an echogram of her heart, but results are still not known.
Eura Faye Norwood
Will get another shot in her eye on September 27th. Cataract surgery is scheduled for October 3rd and 24th.
Had an checkup Friday and got a very good report. She will have another checkup in a month.
Completed his cancer treatments. Prayers requested for a good prognosis when he has scans at the end of October.
Has only 3 more infusions of copper scheduled.
Will, hopefully, get the shots scheduled in September to help her back.
Had a echo cardiogram Friday (9-14) and no blockage was found.
Had an appointment Thursday. She is healing and will have the vacuum in her stomach for 3 more weeks.
Has 1 more week of therapy and it has helped her arm.
Will be taking radiation treatments and medication 5 days a week for 6 weeks.
Is making progress.
Continues with therapy and improvement on his neck has progressed. He has a follow-up appointment with the surgeon.
Has been diagnosed with lung cancer and was to begin chemotherapy.
Was taken off some medication and he has improved.
Is getting radiation treatment on his brain and feels some stronger.
Broke her ankle in August. Her next doctor's appointment is October 11th.
Injured his left knee in an accident (tore the ACL) and will have surgery October 10 at Ortho Arkansas Hospital, L. R.
Had a MRI of her shoulder and arm last week. Results revealed excessive use and to resume therapy working on shoulder and posture muscles.
Colt Stokes and Gunner Lovejoy
Need prayers as each has had a grandparent pass away.
Mary Bradley (Mrs. Dillard)
Had lung surgery and was in ICU but has been moved to a regular room.
Will have surgery October 5th at Conway Regional. He has a three-quarter inch tear plus spurs on his rotator cuff.
Has a mass on one of her kidneys. Tests will be made to determine what the mass is and what must be done. She is a friend of Steve and Gail Sexson.
J. O. DREWRY,
SHARON (MRS LARRY) TREADWELL,
BURT and PEGGY WILKERSON,
The most beautiful story given to men, Was written long ago By Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, Of Christ and His mission below. And you write a gospel, a chapter a day, By your deeds, whether faithless or true. When others read it, what will they think of the gospel according to you? It's a wonderful story, the Gospel of Love, As it shines with Christ's life divine, Oh, that its truth might be told again, In the story of your life and mine. You are writing each day a letter to men; Take care that the writing is true. It's the only gospel some people may read, That gospel according to you.
The apostle Paul wrote: “You are our epistle written in our hearts, known and read by all men” (2 Corinthians 3:2). As we make choices day by day about things as varied as whether or not to attend some questionable activity, how to express our anger, how we discipline our children, whether or not to attend worship, etc. we are sending messages to our neighbors. Let us indeed take care that our “writing is true.”
Mistakes are proof that we are trying. Christ died to give us freedom from sins, not freedom to sin. Genuine Christians do not want to go to heaven alone.