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East main informer, 5 14-19

  1. 1. 4 Hugh Vol. 44 May 14, 2019 Number 18 Our High School Graduates Tyler Barnette Ethan Benefield Mooreville High School Saltillo High School Madi Harris Josh Kennedy Mantachie High School Knoxville Christian High School ELDERS Mike Childers..............397-6453 Dennis Hallmark .........255-5557 Mark Hitt.....................322-0917 Bobby Lindley.............260-9193 DEACONS Wade Bryan.................419-5552 William Harris.............416-8149 Ricky Lindsey .............255-8136 Jeff Mansel..................871-0357 Jimmy Spearman.........840-8957 Michael Wilson ...........891-0891 PREACHER Barry Kennedy ... (931)787-7108 SECRETARY Renee Childers Office...........................842-6116 Fax...............................842-7091 E-MAIL eastmaincoc38804@gmail.com WEB PAGE eastmaincoc.com SUNDAY SERVICES Worship....................... 9:00 a.m. Bible Classes............. 10:15 a.m. Worship..................... 11:15 a.m. Singing or Devotional Last Sunday of the Month MID-WEEK SERVICES Wednesday Classes .....7:00 p.m. EAST MAIN CHURCH OF CHRIST 1606 East Main Street P. O. Box 1761 Tupelo, Mississippi 38802 “Thou shalt observe to do all that they inform thee” (Deut. 17:10)
  2. 2. Maywood Christian Camp Benefit Dinner Maywood Christian Camp will be hosting their Annual Benefit Dinner this Saturday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the dining hall at camp. Tickets are $50 per person/ $20 per current camper. RSVP at jgoff@maywoodchristiamcamp.com. Nursing Home Singing The monthly singing at the Tupelo Nursing Facility on Briar Ridge Road will be held this Sunday, May 19 from 2:00-2:30 p.m. Our High School Graduates John Mounce Bryce Roby Britton Smith Mooreville High School Tupelo High School Saltillo High School Ian Willis Mooreville High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We will honor our High School graduates with a luncheon this Sunday, May 19 after services at noon in the multipurpose room. Everyone is invited to stay, bring food & help them celebrate this milestone in their lives! Mark Your Calendar East Main’s VBS June 2-5
  3. 3. Daily Bible Reading May 15 ............................................................. Esther 3-4 May 16 ............................................................. Esther 5-7 May 17 ........................................................... Esther 8-10 May 18 ..................................................................Job 1-3 May 19 ..................................................................Job 4-7 May 20 ................................................................Job 8-10 May 21 ..............................................................Job 11-14 Birthdays & Anniversaries Birthdays: Lela Wynne (May 15), Aaryn Vines (May 15), Mike Childers (May 19), Lauren Lindley (May 19), Ricky Lindsey (May 19), Anna Mae Huggins (May 19), Annie Martin (May 20). Anniversaries: Jalon & Katherine Mansel (May 16), Roger & Lynn Sanderson (May 17), Melvin & Debbie Duke (May 18), James & Sandra Simmons (May 19), Eddie & Jeannie Simmons (May 19), Mark & Carrie Hitt (May 20), William & Marla Harris (May 21). Our Sick Jean Mounce continues therapy at the Eupora Hospital. Evelyn McEwen (Mary Ann Wallace’s mother), Sarah Grubbs (Mark Hitt & Lori Sheffield’s grandmother) and Jill Rice (Debbie Vines’ mother) are all at the Sanctuary Hospice House. Don Blackwell, preacher at the Southaven congregation, and his wife Sheri had an ATV accident. Don will likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Sherry Gregory, Wanda Bishop’s sister-in-law, has been placed on home hospice care. Billie McNutt’s sister, Mary Starz, is in the hospital with a brain bleed. College Graduates Ashton Smith graduated from MSU with a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife, Fisheries & Aquaculture with a concentration in Wildlife Agriculture Conservation. Anna Claire McMillen graduated from ICC with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Respiratory Therapy. Lexie Dickinson graduated from ICC with an Associate of Arts Degree. She’ll enter Ole Miss in the fall. Sarah Minor graduated from ICC with an Asso- ciate of Arts Degree. She’ll enter FHU in the fall. Shauna McMickin graduated from ICC with an Associate of Arts Degree in English Education. She’ll enter Ole Miss in the fall. Scott Childers graduated from ICC with an Associate of Arts Degree. He will enter MSU in the fall. Hallie Donald graduated from Jones College with an Associate of Arts Degree. She’ll enter MSU in the fall. INHERITANCE! David Shannon A Young man, searching for advice, sat across from an older gentleman. The older man began to question, "Would you steal $50,000 dollars if no one would ever know and no one would be hurt?" The young man thought for a moment and replied, "If no one would know and no one would be hurt, yes I would." The gentleman questioned again, "Would you steal ten dollars?" The young man was offended and irately said, "What do you think I am?" The gentleman calmly replied, "young man, by the way you answered the first question, I know what you are. Now I am simply establishing your price!" The righteous man walks in his INTEGRITY; His children are blessed after him (Proverbs 20:7). Walk in Integrity! "Let us walk honestly (Romans 13:13). Integrity means completeness or wholeness or an unimpaired condition of soundness. For men and women to be such, involves a firm and solid stand on the Christian faith. This causes us to deal honestly, unconditionally. In other words, no matter what others have done to us or what the majority does around us, we follow the faith that instructs, "Repay no man evil for evil. Have regard for good things in the sight of all men." (I Thessalonians 4:12). Not many will do this. Most have a price on integrity. For some it is dollars, for others it is revenge, and for others it is selfishness. But for God's children integrity is a part of truth of which they have bought and will not sell (Proverbs 23:23). Leave an Inheritance! We can leave a valuable estate to our children! Some work all their life building valuable financial portfolios reflecting with great pride that their children one day will reap the benefits. Solomon knew financial success better than any of us, but he also knew that the greater inheritance was leaving your children a family name synonymous with integrity! "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches." (Proverbs 22:1) If you can't leave wealth, nothing of eternal value is lost. But if you don't leave integrity, all is lost! Leave your children something so valuable that you would not sell it for any price - integrity! “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6). On-Going Illnesses Laverne Raper, Frankie Estes, Donny Dulaney, Adam McCurley, Linda McCurley, Mary Jordan, Bretta Robinson, James Goddard, Bill Goff, Tommy Goff, James Nichols, Sheba Tuggers, Sherry Gregory, Leroy Brown, Jadon Parish, Carol Nichols, Jerry Smith, Mitch Maclean, Lee Graham, Randy Groover Nursing Homes Nancy Haywood, Randy Attaway, Shirley McCarthy, Mary Southern, Veona Harris
  4. 4. Go Into All the World “IN CHRIST ALONE...” June 7th-8th Please register at eastmaincoc.com ASAP! Speakers: Eric Owens, Joe Wells, Jonathan Bates & Harrison Moran This camp is for ages 13-22 and is being hosted by the East Main Church of Christ, 1606 East Main St., Tupelo, MS 38804. Please see Josh or Barry Kennedy for more information. Men to Serve Sunday, May 19, 2019 a.m. Announcements................................Michael Wilson Bible Reading.......................................Britton Smith Opening Prayer ......................................Mike Ratliff Lord’s Supper Perry Hand & Shawn Mounce Serve Congregation, East Side: Larry Bates, David Bates, Stuart Childers Serve Congregation, West Side: Tim Davis, Zach Tucker, Lee DuBois Lead Singing....................................James Simmons Closing Prayer....................................Ricky Johnson Ushers ............David Ramseyer & Jimmy Spearman Please meet in the library by 8:45 a.m. Sunday Afternoon Opening Prayer .............................. Dennis Hallmark Closing Prayer.......................................Wesley Bass Lead Singing.............................. Bobby Joe Lindley Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Prayer.................................................... Wade Bryan Lead Singing.......................................Josh Kennedy Contact Wade Bryan (419-5552) if unable to serve. The elders kindly request that men leading in public worship wear the best dress clothes they have. Greeters .............................. Mike & Renee Childers ....................... Bobby Joe & Brenda Lindley Prepare Lord’s Supper—May..........................James & Sandra Simmons Nursery.......................Alicia Smith & Ashton Smith Pantry................................................... Peanut butter Attendance & Contribution Mid-Week, 5-8-19................................................173 Sunday 1st Worship, 5-12-19 ...............................223 Sunday Bible Class ..............................................200 Sunday 2nd Worship.............................................175 Contribution (budget $7,900)........................$10,148

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