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Sunday Morning, April 22, 2007

If you are unable to serve, contact Tony Matthews or the elder on call immediately. Song Leader Opening Prayer Reading (II Tim. 2:1-3) Lesson "Coping With Unbelief" Closing Comments Closing Prayer Tony Cross Thomas Blalock Tommy Higdon Vinton Morgan David Orr Barry Thompson

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Serve Table Joe George; Jeremy Qualls Serve Congregation Jim Cross; Shannon Gentry; Mark Blalock Robert Neill; Tony Matthews; Ed Campbell Alternates Mike Whitehead; James O. Whitehead

Ushers Dwayne Haislip; Billy Chunn; Bobby Brown Sound Controller Scott Johnson Prepare Communion Jim & Tracy Cross Nursery Kaye Endsley, Ashley Cross

Sunday Evening, April 22

Song Leader Freddie Stewmon Reading (Matt. 5:27-30) Will Brown Opening Prayer Scott Johnson Lesson "Remove Yourself from Sin" Tommy Hood Closing Prayer Jim Cross Serve Table Chad Campbell; Kyle Martin Usher Barry Thompson Sound Controller Scott Johnson

Elders Thomas Blalock

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Ed Campbell

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Friends and Family Day

Sunday, April 22, 2007

David Cook

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Joe George

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Wednesday Evening, April 25

Song Leader Reading (Col. 4:9-13) Opening Prayer Announcements/Devotional Usher Andy Robinson Frank Cook Cory Duvall Thomas Blalock Kyle Martin

Tony Matthews

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Vinton Morgan

will be our guest speaker at the morning worship and Bible Class, followed by a potluck meal. Join us on this wonderful day as we mark "40 years of service to God" in the Lewisburg community. (1967-2007)

April 22, 2007 No. 16

For the Month of April

Elder on Call Van Driver David Cook Brian Cook

Deacons Ed Anderson Mark Blalock Brian Cook Tony Cross Jimmy Holbert Scott Johnson Kyle Martin Houston Williams M inisters Tommy Hood

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Schedule of Services

Sunday AM Worship Sunday Bible Classes Sunday PM Worship Wednesday Bible Classes Radio Program (WJJM) 9:00 AM 10:15 AM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:20 AM Daily

Mike Whitehead

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Volume 39

YOUTH NEWS

Happy Birthday to...

4/24 4/25 4/26 Jennifer Fagan Bryan W hitehead Tristan Curry (18) (11) (6)

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REMEMBER ME

Care Line - 359-9589 after 3:00 PM. Lanny Burgess received a good report after his tests this week. Pat Cook was scheduled for outpatient gallbladder surgery Friday (4/20) at Centennial Surgery Center, as well as a lymph node biopsy. Mr. Shirley Hazlett has been dismissed from Maury Reg. Hospital. Sallie Holder is home after a stay in Maury Reg. Hospital. Margaret Neill has returned home from NHC-Merihil. Laurin Brooks, niece-in-law of Jimmy Holbert, is continuing to undergo tests. Kim Gillum, daughter of Vernetta Watson, is home from MRH. Mariemma Grimes, aunt of Jenny Robinson, has returned to the Life Care Center in Columbia. Danny Harvill, father of Tammy Rucker and the uncle of Kim Chunn, is in St. Thomas Hospital. Dale Janosik, daughter of Lila Conklin (previously attended our Ladies Bible Class), will have surgery on April 27 in Philadelphia. John Murray has returned home from Maury Regional Hospital. Hollis Parsons, family of Dot Parsons, Cathey Fly & Jeff Davis, is in St. Thomas Hospital after suffering a massive stroke. Earle Owen, stepfather of Patricia Hillard, is in MRH, R. 100A. Mary Beth Wortham, daughter of Phillip & Mary Ann Reese who is undergoing chemo treatments, has not been well for a couple of weeks.

FAMILY HAPPENINGS

BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

4-24 Thomas Blalock, Barbara Chunn, Jennifer Fagan, Phillip Reese 4-25 April Jewell, Bryan Whitehead 4-26 Tristan Curry 4-27 Gary & Judy Easterwood (33) 4-30 Malvena Sweeney (80), Larry & Tina Widick (62) PANTRY ITEM S NEEDED: beans (any kind), beef stew, cereal, canned fruit, canned potatoes, canned tomatoes, corn, crackers, hominy, peanut butter, spaghetti & meatballs, turnip greens.

Grief/Bereavement Support Group Meeting & Potluck April 27 - 7:00 PM

Anyone who has suffered a loss is welcome to join. M ISSION SUNDAY - April 29 This will be the first mission Sunday of 2007 to provide funding for our designated mission commitments. Please make a special effort to double your contribution and help meet our mission goals. LADIES' DAY - M ay 5 Ladies, make time for a morning of fellowship and spiritual renewal! Registration/Book Browsing/Light Breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m. Child care available for Birth to Kindergarten. "Redeem ing the Tim e" presented by W anda Robinson of Graymere in Columbia. The day will conclude with lunch at 11:45. A work session will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 28. CALLING ALL W ESTVUE GRADUATES W estvue high school or college graduates or receiving GED's (within the past year) are asked to contact Mike or the office as soon as possible. Senior night and reception in their honor has been scheduled for Sunday, M ay 13, after evening services. Following a brief worship service in the auditorium, we will dismiss to the Service Complex for finger foods and the presentation service. Baskets in which to place gifts for high school graduates will be available in the hall after Friends and Family Day. High School Graduates that we know of at this time are: Scott Barnett, Jake Chapman, Ashley Cross, Jennifer Fagan, Ashley Leonard, and Sarah Smartt. College Graduates: M arsha Bilbrey, Daniel George (Masters), Danny M organ (Masters). INVITATION

Friends & Family Day

It's not too late to invite som eone to Friends and Family Day. See you Sunday.

AREA & FAMILY EVENTS

4/22 Friends & Family Day, Vinton Morgan 4/17 Sons of Encouragement, 6:00 4/25 Adult Retreat Chaperone Mtg, 8:00 4/27 Bereavement Support Potluck, 7:00 4/28 Church St. Ladies' Day, Teresa Hampton 4/28 Work Session for Westvue Ladies' Day, 1:00 4/29 MISSION SUNDAY 4/29 Visitation Team #2 (Tony Cross) Mtg. (rescheduled) 5/05 Westvue Ladies' Day, Wanda Robinson 5/13 Senior Night/Graduation Reception, 7:00 5/20 Brett Spivy & Diana Foster Wedding Shower,1-3 6/18-6/22 Illinois Day Camp (sign up on youth board) 7/23-7/27 Family Bible School 7/23-8/03 City of Children (see Brent Turner) "SONS OF ENCOURAGEM ENT" - Tuesdays at 6:00. Church St. Ladies' Day Saturday, April 28 - "Keys for Keeping Your Home Secure" - Teresa Hampton; Breakfast and Registration begins at 8:30. THANK YOU CARD - You have received cards from Thomas Blalock, the family of Willadean Brewer, and the family of Evelyn Mealer. Please take a moment to read these on the board. Adult Retreat Chaperone Meeting Wednesday Night, April 25, after classes in the Service Complex.

Senior Night, honoring all graduates, is May 13 Ostella is hosting the after evening services. area-wide this Sunday ALL graduates need to evening.. Singing will submit a Senior picture begin at 5:15. W orship to Mike. High school is at 6:00. graduates need to turn in Refreshments will be slideshow pictures by served at 7:00. Sign up 4/22 (remember, no at the Youth Board if more than 30). Gift you're going. The bus baskets for our high will leave at 4:45 and school graduates will be return by 8:15. put out by Sunday, 4/29.

Marshall County Area-Wide

Senior Night

Barnabus

W e will NOT meet Thurs., 4/26.

Spring Retreat (4/27-4/29)

It looks like this will be our largest retreat ever, with approximately 80 people going. Luggage needs to be at the building by 3:30 on Friday. W e will leave at 4:00. Pray for good weather!

Upcoming Events

4/22 4/22 4/27-4/29 5/13 Friends & Family Day Marshall County Area-W ide Spring Retreat Senior Night

Additional List NHC-Merihil: Faye Boatright, Mary Fagan, Zelma Harris, Lorene Hopper, Margaret Neill, Catherine Reynolds, Lillis Stewmon, Pauline Thornhill, Larry Widick, Eloise Collins, Sadie Dalton, Margaret Grubbs, Elmer Riggs, Helen Sanders, Bill Spivy, Birdie Mae Tate, Joseph Wright NHC-Oakwood: Mary Lou Anderson, Sarah Frances Beasley, Selma Church, Marie James, Buddy Musgrave, Sadie Bell Thomas At home or in other facilities: Sarah Barnes, Viola Beever, Patty Blackburn, Joy Blalock, Jeff Chunn, Beverly Crosslin & Christopher Luna, Sue Dockery, Joe Doggett, Gene & Nancy George, Ruby Guthrie, Louise Hargrove, Katherine Hargrove, Shirley Hazlett, Shirley Hunter, Catherine Kennedy, R. E. Matthews, Louise McCord, Era Mai Perryman, Dallas Roberts, Della Rudd, Roy & Dorlene Sargent, Dorthea Savage, Billy Simmons, Malvena Sweeney, Lavon Bevels, Emma Bischest, Linda Buchanan, Robbie Burrow, Paul Carnell, Wendy Chance, Larry Clay, Verna Davis, Brian Dodge, Kevin Downs, Jeffrey Estes, Mrs. Carl Gammons, Carol Gault, Mariemma Grimes, Brock Hartwigsen, Jason Hastings, Kathy Hasty, Bryce Haynes, David Hemphill, Janice Hobby, Joe Hooten, Karnielle Huey, Sonya Ingram, Sue Jones, Brian Mallott, Johnny McKay, Nathan Miller, Velva Morgan, Sarah Mrozinski, Jerry & Teressa Murdock, Pat Phifer, Dot Pinkston, Ruth Pinkston, Mary Pinkston, Trisha Powers, Flossie Reese, Gerald Riley, Jan Roberts, Annie Ruth Roden, Marion Roney, Lavoy Short, Bobby Simmons, Doug Spivy, Beth Stegall, Madie Thalen, Sarah Vaclavicek, Harvey Victory, Billy Walker, Joe Watson, Gary Webb, Frankie Jean Webster, Flossie Whitehead, Sally Williams, Loy & Maria Woodruff (Servicemen - Jeff Brooks (nephew of Jimmy Holbert), Kent Johnson, Jared McKnight, Brian Wherry, Stephen Wherry)

Diana Marie Foster & Brett Alan Spivy

Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Eric B. Foster and son of Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Spivy and the Late Lynda Spivy Wish for the presence of your friendship and love as they exchange marriage vows Saturday, the Second of June Two Thousand and seven at half past five in the evening Old Bethel United Methodist Church 7995 East 21st Street Indianapolis, IN 46219 RSVP by May 16

RECORD - April 15

AM - 285, SS - 196, PM - 146, W ed. - 152 Contribution - $4,103 - Budget - $4,500 (under $397) Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1

SYM PATHY We extend our sympathy to the family of Addie Baxter, great-aunt of Alicia Holbert, Daphne Fagan & Denise Brown. Graveside services were conducted Sunday by Oakes & Nichols Funeral Home.

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