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A Word from Mike…

 

The giving of thanks to God should be a prevalent theme that permeates everything in our lives. When we give thanks to God, we express not only our gratitude, but also our dependence upon Him for all that we are and for all that we have. So, in the process of giving thanks, we express these things to God but we also remind ourselves of all that God has done for us! I have to admit that it is much easier and natural for me to be talking to God about what I need than to express thanks to Him for what I have!

 

Thanksgiving doesn’t end on the designated day. As we shift from Thanksgiving to Christmas, we are reminded of the greatest gift for which we should certainly be most thankful—the gift of Christ and the spiritual benefits that are ours, if we know Him.

 

Do you know Him? Are you thankful? Are you hopeful? If so, what a great time to continue in expressions of praise and thanks to God. If not, what better time than now to turn to Christ for hope, forgiveness, peace; after all, He is the only hope for our brokenness and sinfulness, and He is, indeed, the Prince of Peace! Your circumstances may not change, but your perspective on them can. It can shift from the immediate to the bigger, eternal picture. Ultimately, things are going to get better for all of us who know Christ. Boy, does that give me hope…and peace.

 

I pray that you have a blessed and peaceful Christmas, filled with rest, joy, and peace.

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I wanted to give some open dates for SEARK BCM this semester and the Free Lunch. We need churches to adopt these dates. Also for the teaching this semester we are going to teach through 1 Peter and I have the verses divided between the dates. If someone would like to bring lunch to the BCM that would be great and they can just contact me about that. If anything is unclear just let me know.

 

Here are those open dates: [I know it is not many but we are only twice a month right now.]

 

Feb 8

March 29

April 12

April 26

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Rev. Larry Eugene Wilkerson

January 12, 1951 - January 13, 2018

 

Bro. Larry Eugene Wilkerson, age 67 of Tyro, passed away Saturday, January 13, 2018 at Baptist Health Center in Little Rock, AR. He was born January 12, 1951 in Monticello, AR to the late Herschell Eugene Wilkerson and Martha Nell Collins Wilkerson.

He was a Pastor currently serving with Anderson Chapel Baptist Church. Bro. Larry’s hobbies included playing baseball & softball, hunting & fishing, and serving as a volunteer fireman with the Monticello Fire Department and rescue unit. However, his greatest love was his Lord and telling others about the good news of Christ. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by a brother, Mickey Wilkerson.

Survivors include his wife, Sherry Lynn Hamilton Wilkerson of Tyro; one daughter, Tara Wilkerson of Monticello; one son, Amos Wilkerson of Tyro; two brothers, Bill Wilkerson of Tyro and Ricky Wilkerson of Monticello; and two grandchildren, Cole Wilkerson and Layne Wilkerson.

Funeral Service will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at Stephenson-Dearman Chapel with Rev. Zan Pierce and Rev. Tony Wells officiating. Burial will follow in Tyro Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10:00-11:00 a.m. prior to service time. Online guestbook at www.stephensondearman.com

 

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State Conference on Evangelism & Church Health

             Save the date for the upcoming State Conference on Evangelism and Church Health, which will be held January 29-30, at Geyer Springs First Baptist Church in Little Rock.  The speakers include David Allen, Jim Cymbala, John Meador, Wade Morris, and Robert Smith.  Worship will be led by David McKinney, and The Skit Guys will be back this year.  They will again have Tuesday workshops with lunch provided.   For more information visit www.absc.org/econference.

 

. HBA News

s Please pray for the following Pastorless Churches: Gould First; Grady First; Kingsland First; Matthews Memorial; and Sulphur Springs.

s Hope Women's Resource Center is looking to hire a Client Services Assistant. For more information contact Debra Burchfield at 870-535-0811 or check their website supporthope.org..

 

 

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