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Image 5 of The Falmouth Outlook June 7, 2011

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The Falmouth Outlook, June 7, 2011, Page 5 Religion 2nd 12mile Baptist May 29. Sun. School at 10 a.m., Worship at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Mon (Butler Rest Home) at 10:30a.m., Wed. at 7p.m. 06/10&11 - Yard & bake sale at Schlueter’s barn on 154 06/20-24 VBS, 07/23 Singles Cook-out at 6 p.m. Rick Robbins filled in for Jamie Thornsberry. Rick spoke about "faith". Faith in God is not always easy, we will never totally understand God. (Scriptures) Dan. 3:16-18 & 6:1-28, Josh. 10:12-14, Matt. 21:42, Acts 4:8-13, Heb. 6. Faith is original, personal, never copied. Even the devil believes in God. Faith is unlimited, unpredictable, the ultimate flattery is for God to use us to do His work. By the grace of God we are saved, Jesus is our rock. Faith is obedience to God’s Word (the Bible). Whatever God asks, we do, because we are suppose to. Do you want to live with your limits or live for God and all He can do in and through you. Butler Baptist This year we have five graduates. Mikayla McAtee and Austin Hicks graduated from high school. Nicole Lynch and AJ Jacob graduated from college. Hope Jordon graduated from culinary school. We completed our walk to Jerusalem. Casey Redden walked the most miles. Hunter Pettit was the youngest walker. Beth Jacob ran to Jerusalem. The sermon was from Ephesians 4:1-16. We are called to honor God with our Christian walk. Does your walk match your talk? We are told to walk in lowliness and meekness. We are to be patient and deal with all people with love. We are to work at keeping the peace and have unity in God’s spirit. Congratulations class of 2011. May your walk be worthy of God. Butler Christian Bro. Denny’s sermon title May 29, “Memories.” Scripture John 3:16, 1 Corinthians 13:113, Psalms 23. Worship leader Erin Kirby. Elders and deacons, Ewell Adams, Rook Austin, Brandy Willenborg, Nancy Adams. The choir beautifully sang “Precious Memories” for special music. Pianist Patty Fardo. Prayer concerns: Esther Moreland, Dora Johnson, Ray and Sandy, Ryland Tucker, Betty Beegle, Polly Turner, Stuart Tichenor, Brenda Adams, Marilyn Dorsey, Sidney Owen, Sarah Keller, Sam Sartin, Sarah Sullivan, Janet Courtney, Jim Teegarden, John and Janet Hampton, Betty Jones, Gussie Combs, Charlie Combs, Meredith Jump, Quentin Terry, Allene and Jeff Hurst, Tracy Mullins, Butler kids, Bill Sizemore, Jim Hill, Bonnie Ashcraft, Wendell Edwards, Isabel O’Hara, Military Reserves, Mickey Utz, Dennis Popham, Bill Pettit, Mike Roberts, David Hart family. Pantry items needed- peanut butter. June 12 potluck meal and games after church. Bible school is planned for July 25-29. Join us Sunday morning. Sunday school 10 a.m., worship 11 a.m. Nursery available. Falmouth Baptist Greetings from the Falmouth Baptist Church. Great things are happening here and we invite you to come worship with us at 4th and Maple. The choir began our worship service with a song titled “I Will Bless the Lord.” We celebrated Memorial Day with a message about pausing to remember and give thanks to the ones who gave so unselfishly so that we can enjoy the freedoms we have today. We need to always remember the one who paid the ultimate price - Jesus Christ! He died on the cross for you and for me - so that we don't have to spend eternity separated from God. We need to acknowledge the Lord for who He is. No one took His life, He gave it freely to deliver us from our sins. As we observed the ordinance of The Lord's Supper we recall that we “do this in remembrance.” Falmouth Christian We would like to take a moment and say “Thank you” to all U.S. Veterans for serving our country. On May 29, we opened the morning service by recognizing the U.S. veterans that were with us. Brenda Hitch did an awesome job bringing the special music. Brother Clay Sullivan preached the sermon, “Memorial Day - People Count Most of All” from John 15:12-13. Amy Florence came forward during the hymn of invitation to be baptized. Vacation Bible School will be on June 28 through July 1. Please make plans to attend! Names mentioned for prayer list were the family of Chad Turley, the family of David Hart, Floyd Willis, Gracee Hutchison, Sandy Newberry, Donnie & Doris Lovelace, Bill Pettit, Chanis Cox, Jamie Fields, Dorothy Angel, Jackie Asberry, Connor Urban, and Kaelyn Adams, Ralph. Come and worship with us this Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and 10:45 a.m. Worship service. Have A Great Day! Falmouth Wesleyan A question recently posed to children: What animal kills the most people in our country every year? Answers; snakes, bears, coyotes. They were all wrong! More people die because of the deer. Deer claim the lives of many because of automobile accidents. Isn’t it odd that a very gentle animal claims the most lives? So it is with the spiritual lives of people today. It is the little things that are often ignored that eventually cause a large amount of trouble. Example, a small lie often turns into many more, until they all create a very big mess! A true Christian’s life allows God to show how little things cause damage. Let us always open our hearts to God in Jesus Christ so that He may protect us from the smallest follies that can actually cause a world of trouble!! -Pastor Wes Shoemaker First Baptist On this beautiful Sunday morning, Jeremy Moore blessed us with special music. Bro. Harry's message was taken from John. There is no greater love than a man who lays down his life for his friends. Jesus gave His life for all men, so that we can have eternal life. Say thank you to veterans and those in the police corps for risking their life every day to protect us. We are in difficult times, pray constantly for their safety. We then recognized our veterns in attendance. At the close of our service, Bro. Harry presented Little Miss Krinley Shae with her first Bible. She is the daughter of Jessi and Jeremy Moore. Pray for those in need of hope, healing and peace. "Visit us - Our Sundays are better than Baskin-Robbins!" Glenwood Baptist Recently there was a man who claimed to know the exact day and time of the rapture. Obviously this man was and is a false prophet. Any true Christian would recognize him as such at the time he made his “prophecy.” What about false professors? Would individual Christians or churches recognize them? In Matthew 6:15-23, Jesus says false professors (and prophets) will be known by their fruits just as a tree is known by the fruit it produces. James 1:19-27 tells us to be “doers of the word and not hearers only.” In James 3:1-12 we are told to control our tongue and use it for spiritual purposes. Galatians 5:22-26 tells us what the fruit of the Spirit is. Notice the word “fruit” is in the singular number meaning that each believer is to exhibit a measure of these qualities. Take heed that you bear good fruit. This is not salvation by works but identification through works. Harvest Community Many thanks to everyone who contributed to and attended our Memorial weekend retreat. It was a blessing to share in a variety of Bible studies, music, good fellowship and delicious food. Our “pavillion” is nearing completion and many more activities are being planned for its use. Long hours of hard work have been given to make it all possible. God has provided and we are so blessed. Calendar: June 11 at 8 a.m. men’s breakfast at church office, June 17 and 18 relay at Southern Elementary, June 19 Father’s Day. Prayer concerns: Mike Godman, Denise Bobb, Sarah Sullivan, Bill Pettit, Bob Schack, John and Amanda Roenker, and the families of David Hart, Chad Turley and Sue Mockabee. Come be our guest at Sharp Middle School Sundays at 10 a.m. Bible study and 11 a.m. worship service. “Sharing the love of Jesus in a practical way.” Morgan Christian What if we had a little meter that could measure the amount of love, hope and faith in us? What if we could also measure hurt, sorrow, sadness, bitterness, loneliness? King David, says, "Search me O God and know my heart." Only God knows us deep within. Won't you open your heart to God? God wants to help us bear our burdens, God wants to help us celebrate our joys. Speaking of celebrations, our Homecoming service will be on June 26. We look forward to a wonder service, food and special musicians, spread the word, all are invited! We enjoyed recent celebrations: The Charlie Hannah Benefit and the graduation of Mason Wood, Carlee Garrison, Sarah Lucas and Joey Tolbert. Mt. Moriah Hello everyone! Thanks for taking the time to read our article. Upcoming events for June 13-17 VBS, 19th Father’s Day, 22-25 mens/boys campout, 24th ladies night out at the church 6 p.m., June 26 at 6 p.m. Jackie Thomas preaches, July 10 Dave Shipp sings specials. Looking ahead don’t forget our 100 year celebration August 28. Quote to remember, “The Bible is the Word of God. Period. But in this Word of God, we find those particular sayings that God gives us each day for the battles of life.” David Jeremiah New Hope “Matthew 6:21 For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” If you want to know what a person really cares about, then simply look at what they spend their time and money doing. We sacrifice for the things that we love. Jesus told us not to store up treasure on earth but in heaven. The things of earth will be destroyed and pass away but the things of heaven are eternal. Take a look at what takes your time and money. Examine what is really important. Is it from God or is it of this earth? Will it last or will it pass away? Where is your treasure and is it really a good investment? Oakland Christian What beautiful weather God has given us!!! The theme of the morning was to learn from life; learn what is of real value; and learn who God is. Read Romans 8:28. Our hymn sing was such a blessing. It’s good to hear others sing for the Lord. We have a prayer service each Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. Choir practice is each Sunday evening, 5:30 p.m. Church Board meeting is June 16. Our VBS is June 20-23 at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds. Remember our sugar drive for Camp Northward. Prayer concerns include Diana Monroe, Henry Rooney, Paul Bex, Katie Breeden, Bill Petit, Ralph Fields, Lincoln Maddie, Lee Roy Faulkner, Wade Napier, Haley Cooper, Ronnie King, Harold and Faye King, Susie Blevins, those with cancer issues, our shut-ins, our armed forces, and our leaders. Our sympathy goes to the families of David Hart, Liz Broadwater, Sue Teegarden Mockbee, and Robert Burkholder. Pleasant Hill Harold Camping boldly predicted that the rapture of believers would take place on May 21, 2011, followed by the destruction of the world on October 21. When the “rapture” didn't materialize, Camping quickly rescheduled to October 21. Every few years some seem compelled to predict the time of the return of Jesus Christ, the end of the world, and the Judgment Day. Even in the first century some were teaching Jesus' imminent coming (2 The. 2:13). We do know some basic facts: Jesus will come again ( John 14:3), He will destroy the world (2 Peter 3;10), all dead will raise simultaneously ( John 5:28-29), all will be judged ( Acts 17;31), the lost will be sentenced to hell (Matt. 25:36), and no one knows when it will happen, not even Jesus Himself (Matt 24;36). all Harold Camping accomplished was to group genuine Bible believers with fools like himself. Roanoke Christian We welcomed Bro. Josh Grooms to fill in today for Bro. Don. Doing what we know is right, the background scripture was taken from Daniel 5. It was once said that the person who should worry about his salvation is the perosn who knows better but decides to do the wrong thing. As Christians we should know the difference between doing right and wrong, and strive to do the right thing and humble ourselves and ask for forgiveness when we slip. The ladies will begin their weekly Bible study on Wednesday, June 1 at 6 p.m. you are welcome to join them. Please remember those who are ill, and those who are experiencing a difficult time in their life in your prayers and thoughts. You are welcome to join us each Sunday for Worship services at 11 a.m., Sunday school at 10 a.m. was a special time not just being with families and picnics, but a time for us to honor those who have served this country to protect us and give us the freedom we breathe daily. We thank you and pray for each and every soldier's safe return. Bro. Brad's message was "His Will, Not Ours" from Matthew 6:9. Romans 9:16. So then it is not of him that willeth, nor of him that runneth, but of God that sheweth mercy. Southside Each day is a day of progress, steady, spirited progress forward if you make it so. You may not see it, but God does. God does not judge by outward appearances. He judges by the heart. Let Him see in your heart a simple desire always to do His will. Though you may feel your work has been spoiled or tarnished, God sees it as an offering for Him. When climbing a steep hill, a person is often more conscious of the weakness of his stumbling feet than of the view, the grandeur, or even of the upward progress. (James 1:4) Join us for Sunday School 9 a.m. Worship service 10 a.m. Turner Ridge Baptist Sunday May 29, Bro. Dale’s message was “Praying for the Harvest.” with scripture from Matthew 9:36-37. Brittany Baumgartner read Scripture from John 4:35-38. Vacation Bible School begins June 5 at 6 to 8. Commencement will be on the June 10 at 7 p.m. Bring your children. Our Hand Bell choir played “Battle Hymn of the Republic” for our special music. Uncle Dale gave the Children’s Message talking about tattoes put in ears of sheep and they would know the good shepherd. But we do not do that, we must read the Bible and pray every day and obey your parents. Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Matt Gabbard, D.D. Ogea, David Hart and Linda Sue Mockbee. New friends were added this week. Please remember prayers and concerns for everyone. No church home? Come join us. Community Vacation Bible School Oakland Christian Church and Blanket Creek Baptist Church are partnering to host “Heroes” saving lives! Saving Souls! A Community Vacation Bible School on June 20-22, at the Floral Hall on the fairgrounds from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. nightly with Family Night on June 23rd. Children will learn about everyday heroes like police officers, emergency medical technicians, Red Cross volunteers and firefighters and how they assist in saving lives everyday. Then, step into biblical times with stories and dramas, and meet Daniel, Mary and Jesus and learn how these heroes save souls! Activities are planned for children ages pre-school (3 and 4 years) through middle school. To register your child call 654-6174 (leave a message). For a ride call 654-8300 or 6545080. A parent or guardian must accompany all children that are not pre-registered in order to get emergency information. Plan to PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE MORE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS OWNERS IT ALL STARTS WITH NEWSPAPERS! Short Creek Children in Action (Grades 1-6) Sundays at 6 p.m. Vacation Bible School June 20 - 25 On Sunday, May 29, we had our fifth Sunday dinner. Everyone had a great time of fellowship. The food was delicious as always. The church would like to thank everyone that prepared and brought food. Also, we would like to praise our kitchen committee for all the hard work they do. This Memorial Day weekend NOTICE MT. AUBURN CEMETERY Hwy 159 N • Butler, KY The Mt. Auburn Cemetery is in need of donations to help with the care of the cemetery. Please send any donations to Bill Flaugher, Highway 159 North, Butler, KY. All help is appreciated. REAL ESTATE, TOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS AUCTION June 11, 2011, 9:30 a.m. 16227 Grassy Creek Road, Demossville, Ky. 41033 Approx. 1 acre with poured basement with cistern concrete top ready to build on. Real estate sells at 11:00 a.m. We will auction Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding’s new Craftsman tools, some old tools, yard tools, Kubota lawn mower, garage items, some household items, Lincoln welder, quilts, sewing items, old dolls, old sewing machine. We Build To Your Specifications. Call for Pricing Today. 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