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Deerfoot Church of Christ 4 8 2018

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Deerfoot Church of Christ 4 8 2018

  1. 1. April 8, 2018 GreetersApril8,2018 IMPACTGROUP2 DEERFOOTDEERFOOTDEERFOOTDEERFOOT NOTESNOTESNOTESNOTES WELCOME TO THE DEERFOOT CONGREGATION We want to extend a warm wel- come to any guests that have come our way today. We hope that you enjoy our worship. If you have any thoughts or questions about any part of our services, feel free to contact the elders at: elders@deerfootcoc.com CHURCH INFORMATION 5348 Old Springville Road Pinson, AL 35126 205-833-1400 www.deerfootcoc.com office@deerfootcoc.com SERVICE TIMES Sundays: Worship 8:00 AM Worship 10:00 AM Bible Class 5:00 PM Wednesdays: 7:00 PM SHEPHERDS John Gallagher Rick Glass Sol Godwin Skip McCurry Doug Scruggs Darnell Self Jim Timmerman MINISTERS Richard Harp Tim Shoemaker Johnathan Johnson SermonNotes10:00AMService Welcome ComeLetUsSing ComeLetUsWorshipandBowDown 732WePraiseThee,OGod OpeningPrayer GeorgeShoemaker HaveYouSeenJesusMyLord? Lord’sSupper/Offering DennisWashington 280IKnowWhoHoldTomorrow 315I’llLiveinGlory ScriptureReading AdamNorris Sermon 179GodisCallingTheProdigal ———————————————————— 5:00PMService Lord’sSupper/Offering DavidDanger DOMforApril Hayes,Key,Malone BusDrivers April8MarkAdkinson790-8034 April15DonYoung441-6321 WEBSITE deerfootcoc.com office@deerfootcoc.com 205-833-1400 8:00AMService Welcome OpeningPrayer AncelNorris LordSupper/Offering DenisWilliams ScriptureReading DerrellPepper Sermon BaptismalGarmentsfor April PatsyO’Rourke,KayCarver ElderDownFront 8AMSkipMcCurry 10AMDougScruggs 5PMDarnellSelf Notes From the Harp Seasons Change, But God Does Not The end of winter reminds me of a person in an argument who slams the door to exit, only to return exclaiming, “AND ANOTHER THING!” I find myself bringing in my plants, putting them out, and bringing them back in again. Seasons change, but God does not. There was a cold night in Israel and Jehoiakim (king of Judah) sat by, warming himself with strips of paper from a scroll. “It was the ninth month, and the king was sitting in the winter house, and there was a fire burning in the fire pot before him. As Jehudi read three or four columns, the king would cut them off with a knife and throw them into the fire in the fire pot, until the entire scroll was consumed in the fire that was in the fire pot” (Jeremiah 36:22-23). The scroll that Jehoiakim turned into kindling was the word of the Lord (Jeremiah 36:1- 2). Ironically, it was concerning the destruction of Judah by fire. God gave Jeremiah the reason for this scroll: “It may be that the house of Judah will hear all the disaster that I intend to do to them, so that every one may turn from his evil way, and that I may forgive their iniquity and their sin” (Jeremiah 36:3). God did not desire to destroy them by fire. He desired that all of the people would re- pent. God is still “not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repen- tance” (2 Peter 3:9b). However, today, we understand that fire is waiting for all who do not repent. This fire is unlike the fire that warms us in the winter. It is unlike the fire in Jehoiakim’s fire pot. It will consume those who disobey eternally. Just two verses before the 2 Peter 3 passage, we are told: “But by the same word the heavens and earth that now exist are stored up for fire, being kept until the day of judgment and destruction of the ungodly” (2 Peter 3:7). May we never take the words of the Lord lightly, nor seek to be warmed by them like Jehoiakim in our disobedience. Seasons change, but God does not. -Richard MISSIONSUNDAY MAY6,2018 MATTHEW28:18-20 4SUNDAYSUNTILMISSIONSUNDAY
  2. 2. Wednesday Night Meal Please sign up in foyer before Wed. so Kitty will know how much food to prepare. Dinner is served at 6 pm. The cost is $5.00 each, April 11, 2018 Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole, Green Beans, Carrots, Dessert and Drinks Weekly Purpose: $16,138.00 Contribution $17,230.00 Contribution YTD: $224,366.00 Purpose YTD: $209,794.00 Average Weekly YTD: $17,259.00 Mission Sunday: $91,719.00 Week 13 Prayers Faye Bradford Nancy Brown Nancy Clements Jean Dickerson Donna Dickerson Graydena Dillbeck Libby Edgeworth Ron Fields Audrey Gammage Marion George Roy Hayes Randy Johnson Lucille Large Frances Love Glenn May Mike McGill June Moore Bobbie Naish Ruby Norris Helen Richards Anne Powell Sue Rawls Eric Stark George Shoemaker Buddy Summers Gloria Summers Nell Thomas Barbara Whisenhunt Billy White Friends & Family Sheby Horn ( Doreen Pepper’s sister) Bobby Pepper ( James Pepper’s Brother) Brianna Bulger (Sue Adam’s niece) Dennis Zak (Charlie Chaney’s Bro-in- Law) Jerry Shea (Charlie Chaney’s nephew) Tommy Shea (Charlie Chaney’s Bro-in- law) George Coffel (Jerry Jenkins’ cousin) Peter Fredrick (Rosa Yates’ brother) Wade Overstreet (Merrill & Sandra Mann’s son-in-law) Marie Simrell (Lon Thomas’ sister ) John Elstun (Friend of Chuck Spitzley) Ryan Montgomery (Donna Dickerson’s son) Harold White (Bro-in-law of Janet Snow & Pam Stringfellow) Kim Mullican (daughter-in-law of Alan & Margie Enland) Shirley Gann (sister of Margie England) Sherry Malone (Billy Sims’ Daughter) Diedra Fields Sanderson (daughter of Ron & Barbara Fields) Wayne Peoples (Father–in-law of Kevin Wilson our police officer) Kathy Roy (daughter of Sol & Ellen) Kelly Campbell (Niece of Nancy Brown) Peggy Chaney (Sis-in-law of Charlie Chaney) Betty Trull (sister of Sandra Singer & Sue Rawls) Natasha & Khloe Champion (Daughter & Granddaughter of Don Champion) Rachelle Taylor (Grand daughter -in-law of Mona Jenkins) Catherine Southhall & Charlotte Pow- ell (Sisters of Linda Norwood) Joe Norwood (Brother of Linda Norwood) Charles Murrell (Cousin of Ellen Godwin) Lucas Adkinson (Grandson of Billie & Mark Adkinson) Jason Smith (Former Member) Leroy & Jean Owens (Parents of Jill Wil- liams) Tony Crumbley (former member) Jean Smith ( Lisa Powell’s Mother) Faye Powell (Ray’s mother) Our Honored Guests 4-1- 2018 In Town: Beverly Carver, Devin & Kelsey Long, Bill & Deborah Morrison, Kelly & Glenda Newland, Barron Sloan, Cammie Powell, Latoya Thomas, Shailyn Wilson Out of Town: Justin & Samantha Hudson, April Millwood PANTRY ITEMS: Canned Fruit Please no boxed items Hospital / Rehab List Nancy Brown—Is At Fair Haven– No visitors Kim Green– upcoming surgery on hip Ron Fields– Tests George Shoemaker –UAB Tim Shoemaker ATTENDANCE FOR APRIL 1, 2018 AM 488 PM 222 Upcoming Events for the Youth Youth and Parent meeting tonight After 5 pm service Please Bring $5 to cover dinner Jefferson Christian Academy: Invita- tional golf tournament will be held at Cum- berland Lake Golf Course, April 19. Belize Campaign 2018 On Friday the 23rd day of March, 22 of our mem- bers left Birmingham for the Central American country of Belize. This is just one of many such works the church here has been able to do since the first campaign in 1971. There have been campaign works done each year with some years conducting two separate campaigns. This year, eighteen of them would be working with the church in Belize City and four would be traveling on up to Corozal to work with the church there. Of the eighteen working in Belize City, seven of them were from our youth group. I’ve heard nothing but glowing reports about them. Brother Kenny said of them, “The youth of our group were outstanding. They partici- pated wholeheartedly by leading singing, prayers, devo- tionals, and helping with Bible studies. They especially encouraged the youth at Belize City and were an encour- agement to all of us as well. They were always willing to do whatever was needed. They continually showed a happy attitude for every occasion.” As a result of the work done, there were eight new souls added to the Lord’s church and that is always a reason for all of us to be rejoicing. In addition for rejoicing over this great work there is also the joy of seeing the church there taking such a leadership role in regard to the daily work necessary to keep the church moving forward. As Kenny reported, “The most encouraging aspect of this campaign is the “attitude” that the Belize City congregation now has. When they are together, you can just feel their enthusi- asm! As one member told us we are so happy to be “self sustaining”. This attitude comes from everyone contribut- ing to their goals. They now have plans to upgrade the outside of the building so the youth can have some recreational activities and they are knocking doors, conducting Bible studies and have baptized five young men in the last two months. When we left it was with confidence that the eight people we baptized would continue to be mentored in their new lives as disciples of the Lord.” In Corozal much of the time was spent trying to encourage and build up the brethren. Training classes were taught by John Gallagher and Rick Glass each night on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. There were seven Belizeans brethren present each of the first two evenings and six on Tuesday. Their time on Wednesday and Thursday was used visiting some of the brethren in their homes to encourage them. At the worship services on Sunday morning there were 45 present not counting the four members from Deerfoot. For this work each member going was required to pay for their own airline tickets and the church paid for their food and lodging. The budgeted cost for this trip was $18,000. We encourage all to see the value of such a work to the church in Belize and to the church here at Deerfoot and as part of the Great Commission of our Lord. Please keep this in mind as you plan for what you can give on Mission Sunday May 6, 2018. LADS TO LEADERS / LEADERETTES BANQUET April 29 Lads to Leaders result!!! 4th grade puppet team 1st place, 12th grade puppet team 3rd place, Lindsey Key and Marley Glenn High Score Bible Bowl test 5, 6th grade Bible bowl team Finalist, Christian Van Horn 10th grade 3rd place song leading. Nolan Couch 11th grade 1st place Painting . CIA CLASS LUNCHEON Lunch will be April 10 Bring your favorite dish and your favorite neighbor Wee Folks Today Ladies Time Out April 9 11 am—1 pm Bring your favorite lunch item, invite another lady in the congrega- tion. We will be working on blan- kets for the nursing home. EVERY MEMBER PRESENT DAY BRING A FRIEND DAY FIRST RESPONDERS Breakfast for the Brave. We will host our first Breakfast for the Brave on Saturday, April 28th at 8:00 AM. This will be for all of the first responders in our area, the sheriffs that guard our parking lot each week and the ones that have come and helped with emergencies at our building. If you would like to be in on the planning stages, we will have a meet- ing the week of April 2nd. There will be opportuni- ties for everyone to help and I will post when we have confirmed what is needed. If you know a first responder, please have them save the date. APRIL 22, 2018 Please invited Family, Friends, and all your Neighbors to our special day. Lets fill up our auditorium at both 8 am and the 10 am. AFTER 5 PM SERVICE THANK YOU Dear Friends, I am writing to thank you for the encouragement and kind wishes you have sent in the past month. I am married to April, the daughter of Merrill and Sandra Mann. I have enjoyed coming to Church and worshiping with you in the past and look forward to healing well enough to visit you soon. My prayer progress is steady and promising. April and our daughters also appreciate your prayers, where I hope yall will keep them. God Bless and much love, Wade Overstreet Thanks you so much for all the prayers , cards, calls, and loving concern during Larry’s illness. He is so much better now, thanks to God and all our Christian friends and family saying so many prayers. We love you all and miss you very much. God Bless you, Larry and Janet Dyer Prison Training The next Alabama PREA training for entering the prisons will be 4/14/18. You must have this training to enter the prison. It will be at the Church of the Highlands off Grants Mill Rd at 8 am. Job opportunity Faulkner University Facilities Maintenance 20 hrs a week Submit resume to Karen Brue, 4524 South- lake Parkway, Hoover, AL 35244, e-Mail: kbruce@faulkner.edu, 205-879-5588, fax: 205-879-5587

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