Here's What Happening on Tuesdays!
Sweet & Salty Ladies meets from 6-7:30 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month. Join us for a time of fellowship & encouragement in someone's home. Everyone brings a dish to share. There is a word of testimony. Topics are of interest to women middle adult aged through senior adult aged. For more info, contact Nita Holland Haynes or Linda Barnette.
October 8 Speaker: Tracy Holcomb Location: Tracie Dowdle's home
November 12 Speaker: Cindy Abel Location: Janice White's home
January 14 Speaker: Dallas McCracken Location: Connie Poss's home
February 11 Speaker: Trisha Smith Location: Ann Parker's home
April 14 Speaker: Gay Smith Location: Robin Griffith's home
Lunch Bunch meets at noon the third Tuesday of each month at a local restaurant. There is a dutch treat lunch, followed by a word of testimony. This group is for ladies of all ages! For more info, contact Janice White.
October 15 Speaker: Shirley Simmons
November 19 Speaker: Linda Barnette
January 21 Speaker: Michele Herbert
Full Plate meets from 6-7:30 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month. Join us for a time of fellowship & encouragement in someone's home. No need to bring anything! Supper is provided, followed by a word of testimony. Topics are of interest to women young adult age through middle adult age. For more info, contact Connie Poss.
October 22 Speaker: Trisha Smith Location: Connie Poss's home
November 19 Speaker: Naomi McCaffery Location: Naomi's home
January 21 Speaker: Jeannie Logan Location: Gwen Graham's home
Would you like to open your home for Sweet & Salty OR Full Plate? Would you be willing to share your testimony or wisdom with others at a Women's Ministry Gathering? To volunteer, contact Gwen Graham!
September 5 at the home of Irene Henson from 9 - 10.
Circle of Faith Sunday School Room
Facilitator: Gwen Graham
“Prayer is asking God to incarnate, to get dirty in your life. Yes, the eternal God scrubs floors. For sure we know he washes feet. So take Jesus at his word. Ask him. Tell him what you want. Get dirty. Write out your prayer requests; don't mindlessly drift through life on the American narcotic of busyness. If you try to seize the day, the day will eventually break you. Seize the corner of his garment and don't let go until he blesses you. He will reshape the day.” Paul E. Miller, A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World
“Sometimes when we say "God is silent," what's really going on is that he hasn't told the story the way we wanted it told. He will be silent when we want him to fill in the blanks of the story we are creating. But with his own stories, the ones we live in, he is seldom silent.” ― Paul E. Miller, A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World
“What do I lose when I have a praying life? Control. Independence. What do I gain? Friendship with God. A quiet heart. The living work of God in the hearts of those I love. The ability to roll back the tide of evil. Essentially, I lose my kingdom and get his. I move from being an independent player to a dependent lover. I move from being an orphan to a child of God.” ― Paul E. Miller, A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World
“Instead of fighting anxiety, we can use it as a springboard to bending our hearts to God. Instead of trying to suppress anxiety, manage it, or smother it with pleasure, we can turn our anxiety toward God. When we do that, we’ll discover that we’ve slipped into continuous praying.” ― Paul E. Miller, A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World
Friendship Ladies Connection Ministry Activity!
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