Look out! Big Adventure ahead. This is the week of the Rummage Sale, and it means we could use your help this Friday and Saturday between 9 and 3PM. Friday morning will be the busiest time, if you can't stay for a lot of it, that will be when we need the most help. You can even show up at 8:30 to get in on the morning prayer and brief organizational meeting.
When was the last time you got an answer to a prayer? I got a call from Nancy Mueller on Sunday afternoon, who shared with me that prayers were answered. We lifted up the Muellers as they were terribly in need of housekeeping help and Nancy has been feeling the aches and pains from the additional work. Well, a woman called out of the blue that very day inquiring about cleaning work, and she's hired! Thanks be to God for knowing our every need.
On another note, don't forget that I am still "taking requests" for sermon topics/questions. That drop box is in the Narthex (sanctuary lobby) and you are welcome to write them down and drop them there.
Lady Rattlers play volleyball against Texico tonight. Come and support them with your cheers. They are also doing a fundraiser tonight with a bake sale and T-shirts to help Janice Fought who is fighting breast cancer. JV starts at 4:30PM. Kayla Cherry went on the radio today to talk about. Great job, Kayla!
I will be in office for a few hours today and tomorrow (Wednesday), but will have to leave by about 1:00PM.
I will be on the radio at 7:30AM (FM then AM) to talk about the Rummage Sale.
Exercise, Eat and Pray meets at 9:00AM. I will be in the office till 1:00.
1:00PM I meet with Sue Morgan, who will help us appraise our Rummage Items.
THURSDAY: Take a nice deep breath and say a prayer...
Doorbusters at 9:00AM! We close up at 3:00PM.
SATURDAY: Rummage Sale again from 9:00AM to 3:00PM
Adult Sunday School at 9:30AM - our continuing study of the Early Church
Coffee at 10:30AM
Worship with Holy Communion at 11:00AM.
And last but not least...
Tom Anderson is home from the hospital. Give him a call to cheer him up.
Richard Hart continues to be hospitalized in Lubbock. He has been found to have a bleeding ulcer, amid his other medical problems. You can call his wife, Kay, and let her know you're praying for them both.
Keep Bruce White in your prayers as he continues to recuperate in Las Cruces at a Long-Term Care facility.
Teresa Gallegos-Brake's family who each received surgery this past Friday: Rudy (son-in-law) and Gloria (sister)
May the God of peace be with you today and always in the name of Jesus Christ and in the Holy Spirit.