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July 31 Announcements

Prayers are requested for the family of Tish Thomas in the loss of her great-nephew, Charles. He was killed in a crop dusting accident.
 

Winne Roberts had an MRI which ruled out a stroke, but doctors believe it may
show dementia. Keep her in your prayers.
 

Ray Leonard had tests in Little Rock this past week—prayers for good results.

Parker Simmons had a 4-wheeler accident. There were no broken bones, but bruises and soreness.

Sandra Higgins saw the doctor about her knee and will see the dentist about her
tooth in August.

Paula Wilson Will see Dr. Brad Thomas (Neurosurgeon) on August 10th.

Candice Carter is at home, but has to continue to go to hospital - Please pray for
her healing and comfort.

Rena Doshier (Sandra Baker’s sister-in-law) will have surgery. Please keep her and those tending to her in your prayers.

Tom Baker received great news concerning his lymphoma - the doctors said they
considered him in remission. Be sure to remember to thank God in your prayers
for this encouraging news!

Carolyn Cook’s health has improved. Another reason to thank God!

The Elders’ Message Box is located in the Library—more details to come.

All the Youth are invited to join in the group photo that will be in the Billie Football Program this year. The photo will take place at the Monticello Football Field on August 4th, at 7:30 p.m.

Best Choice labels are still being collected. Place the UPC labels from Best Choice products in the box in room 134. The proceeds go to the Paragould Children’s Home.


July 17 Announcements

Remember Dagan Danley in your pray-
ers. He came forward asking for prayers

struggles with doubt.
Larry Fisackerly will have surgery to
remove melanoma.
Sandra Higgins is in need of prayers for
problems she is having with her knee and
foot (she stepped on a nail).
Kelly Koonce fell and separated his
shoulder. He will be going to physical
therapy
Pray for Jacque Davidson, Brooke
Thompson, and Mandy Tolbert as they
deal with Covid.
Carolyn Cook is in the hospital in Pine
Bluff Thursday morning with blood clots
in her lungs .
Pray for Joel Thompson, who is in the
hospital.
Candice Carter is starting a new round
of chemo treatments. Please pray that the
treatments are effective and for strength.
Continue to remember the youth that are

away at camp—that they will be safe, en-

joy their time, and grow spiritually.

All women are invited to attend a meet-
ing about the LOVE Ministry on Sun-
day, July 24th at 3:30 p.m. in the Fel-
lowship Hall.

VBS IS COMING!

VBS will be a one day event on Satur-
day, July 30th. The theme is Marooned:

Steady Faith in Shifting Sand. To read

more about it visit Prom-
iseVBS.com/2019 Volunteers are need-
ed! A sign-up sheet is in the foyer. See

Chris Bryant if you have any questions.
Please continue to remember in prayer
all who are traveling in the Summer
months.

Best Choice labels are still being col-
lected. Place the UPC labels from Best

Choice products in the box in room 134.

The proceeds go to the Paragould Chil-
dren’s Home.


July 10 Announcements

Pray for Jacque Davidson, Brooke Thompson, and Mandy Tolbert as they deal with Covid.

Carolyn Cook was taken to the hospital in Pine Bluff Thursday morning with a heart issue.

Pray for Joel Thompson, who is in the hospital.

Candice Carter is starting a new round of chemo treatments. Please pray that the treatments are effective and for strength.

Continue to remember the youth that are away at camp—that they will be safe, enjoy their time, and grow spiritually.

Tonight will be Singing Night followed by the Birthday/Anniversary Fellowship. As part of the fellowship, we will have a pounding/housewarming for the Walkers as part of the Birthday/Anniversary Fellowship. There is a list of needed/wanted items in the foyer. Let’s welcome the Walkers to their new home! If you have any questions see Sandra Baker or Pam Beard.

All women are invited to attend a meeting about the LOVE Ministry on Sunday, July 24th at 3:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.

VBS IS COMING!

VBS will be a one day event on Saturday, July 30th. The theme is Marooned: Steady Faith in Shifting Sand. To read more about it visit PromiseVBS.com/2019 Volunteers are needed! A sign-up sheet is in the foyer. See Chris Bryant if you have any questions.

Please continue to remember in prayer all who are traveling in the Summer months.

Best Choice labels are still being collected. Place the UPC labels from Best Choice products in the box in room 134. The proceeds go to the Paragould Children’s Home.

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“I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall continually be in my mouth. My soul makes its boast in the Lord; let the humble hear and be glad. Oh, magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together!

.” - Psalm 34:1-3


June 19 Announcements

Happy Father’s Day!

Ray Leonard who is awaiting test results.

Let’s continue to pray for the Walker family as they prepare to join us here.

We will be feeding the Walker family several nights as they transition to Monticello. Please sign-up on the sheet in the foyer. If you have questions, please see Sara Newton or Jill Curtis.

Tom Baker had back surgery which went well and will resume chemo treatments.

Joy Herring Burt passed away last week. She was a cousin to Marty BakerCheryl ShireyMichelle Bailey, and Anna Koonce.

Joseph Friend had his oral surgery and is doing well.

We rejoice with the Gordon family as Elam Gordon (Fran Calvert’s granddaughter) was baptized Friday, June 10th.

Gary Light is in UAMS dealing with health issues.

Pray for Gean Harris who had surgery this past Tuesday.

Robbie Pettigrew was admitted to UAMS with a blockage in his bowel. They were able to remove it without surgery.

The Fellowship Hall has been reserved June 20-22 for the purposes of being used as a polling place for the runoff election.

 

The Change for Children fundraiser for Paragould Children’s Home is here again. If you would like to participate, there are cans available in the foyer. The deadline to return the cans will be in late August.

If you have borrowed the following Truth for Today commentaries from the church libraryplease return them1st Half of Acts1st and 2nd Peter.

The Wednesday Morning Ladies Bible Class will not be meeting during the Summer. It will start back up in the Fall.

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Psalm 103:13: "As a father has compassion on his children, so the Lord has compassion on those who fear him."

Malachi 4:6: "He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers."


June 12 Announcements

Next Sunday will be Father’s Day.

Let’s continue to pray for the Walker family as they prepare to join us here.

Pray for those connected to the tragic wreck in Dermott this passed week, resulting in five fatalities and five injuries.

Joseph Friend as he undergoes oral surgery this week.

Crystal Grimes, who had back surgery last week.

Kathy King, who had knee replacement surgery.

The family of David Wilkins, who passed away last Monday.

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The following is a corrected prayer request from the last bulletin. The correction is underlined:

Opal Crow has stage 4 lung cancer. He is a former superintendent at Tillar Schools and has been a member of the Dumas congregation for 25 years.

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Tonight will be our Second Sunday Singing followed by the Birthday/Anniversary Fellowship.

The next Men’s Breakfast will be on Saturday,  June 18th at 6AM in the Fellowship Hall.

The Change for Children fundraiser for Paragould Children’s Home is here again. If you would like to participate, there are cans available in the foyer. The deadline to return the cans will be in late August.

The Cullendale church of Christ in Camden is having a “Gospel Singing” on Friday, June 17 from 7-9PM. A flyer for the event has been posted on the bulletin board in the hall.

If you have borrowed the following Truth for Today commentaries from the church libraryplease return them1st Half of Acts1st and 2nd Peter.

The Wednesday Morning Ladies Bible Class will not be meeting during the Summer. It will start back up in the Fall.

Please take time to thank all those that volunteer their time to teach Bible classes.

The Fellowship Hall has been reserved June 20-22 for the purposes of being used as a polling place for the runoff election.