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When Jesus Gets Involved

Subscriber onlyWayne Johnson opened our morning worship service with prayer and Kitty Collingsworth was celebrating a birthday. Special prayers of safety were requested for those in our congregation traveling. There will be a baby shower for the Settergren baby on Sunday at the church and business meeting will be held next Sunday evening at 7. Wayne led us in the responsive reading, "Confession and Repentance." Tyrel Lett asked God's blessing upon our tithes and offerings and he and Wayne served as ushers. We honored our fathers with special gifts and Bob Obenshain sang "Precious Memories." Karen Gardner and Becky Johnson led our song service. Continue reading...

With God, The Livin' Is Easy

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Daddy Did It

Subscriber onlySunday morning, June 21, 2015 First Baptist Church, Pineville, Mo. Continue reading...

We are in the Lord's army for a reason

Subscriber onlyToday's special from the choir was: "Written in Red," by Gordon Jensen. Continue reading...

How Much Do You Depend on God

Subscriber onlyFor Youth Sunday at our church Brother Carl Cartwright opened our service with a song titled "How Great is Our God." Continue reading...

From A Foothold To A Fortress

Subscriber onlyWe were greeted by Gene Gardner as we gathered to worship Sunday morning at Mill Creek Baptist Church. Weston Allison and Rick Lett were celebrating birthdays and special prayers were requested for Ruth Robinson, Lavonne Johnson, Allen, Debbie and prayers of safe travel for several. Mitchell Lett thanked everyone for their cards and prayers. Karen Gardner led the congregation in singing hymns of praise with Becky Johnson at the piano. We enjoyed special music from Jerry Abercrombie who sang "Anchor Holds" and Bob Obenshain who sang "What A Friend We Have In Jesus." Tyrel Lett and Mitchell served as ushers and collected our tithes and offerings. Continue reading...

In Praise Of Dad

Subscriber onlyWhen we think of families, we first think of mothers; fathers most often come in second. Mother's Day was observed nationally decades before there was ever a Father's Day. Perhaps it's time we said something in praise of dad! Continue reading...