Bulletin for Sunday 01/28/2007

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AMONG FRIENDS
with Robert Prater

SYMPATHY

1925 Bettie Boswell 2007

We extend our loving sympathy to Bertha Ann Young and all the family of Bettie Boswell. Bettie passed away on Friday morning of last week, and Dwyane Dennis was to conduct funeral services at Walker Funeral Service Chapel on the following Wednesday. Bettie and her mother, the late Margarite Boswell, were converted to Christ by attending Bible classes at Central many years ago and were members here the rest of their lives.

We also extend our sympathy to all the friends and family of Leon McDonald. Leon was an elder at Little for many years and was the father of Lonnie McDonald who is an elder at Northridge. Leon and his wife were well known to many here at Central.


APPRECIATION

We are deeply indebted to Scott Perry, Steve Kelly, and Jim and Vivian Cross for all their efforts in snow and ice removal around our building making it safer for us to get in and out of the building this past Sunday. Thanks so much.


THANKS FOR THE CHRISTMAS FRUIT

Thank you for the Christmas remembrance, Joyce Kelly

To whoever has opened this letter, Thanks for the Christmas sack which had apples, oranges, candy, nuts, and maybe some other things that I have forgotten. Anyway - thanks for the goodies and the thought behind it. Gerald [Akin]

I want to thank the church for the Christmas sack of fruit, candy, and nuts. I enjoyed it very much. Nadine Collins

I would like to thank the Central congregation for the sack of goodies at Christmas time. Sue Riedel

The members of Central have been so good to us. When we first moved here, the Monday night ladies brought us a beautiful basket full of goodies welcoming us to the congregation. Paul and Paula Harris gave us a wonderful CD of gospel music. Ron and Debbie [Taffe] gave us a very good movie. Several of the members came by to visit us and had us over for dinner. Now at Christmastime we were given an old-fashioned sack of fruit, candy, and nuts which brought back a lot of good memories and a visit from Burl and Barbara Vanlandingham who brought it over to us. We want to thank everyone for the sacks and gifts. We are so proud to be members of such a loving and caring congregation. Thanks everyone so much! Love Barney & Jo Sneed

 


FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS

01 Thelma Divine

02 Andy Stephens

02 Matt Stephens

02 Marlene Wadkins

03 Roe Honaker - 91st

04 Greg Beal

04 Boyd Cheney

04 Lettie Kay Curtis

06 Steve Kelly

06 Carolyn Mastick

06 Rebecca Pickard

07 Pauline Adams

07 Cathy Pettyjohn

11 Zachary Qualls

12 Ellen Childers

13 Cayla Miller

14 Dennis Taylor

19 Lynn Harmon

23 Austin Beard

23 Bob Seikel

25 Dorothy Norton

We extend our best wishes to all who are observing birthdays in February and especially to Roe Honaker on his 91st.


FEBRUARY

DAILY BIBLE READINGS

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Date O.T. Reading Date N.T. Reading
1 Ex. 27,28 1 Matt. 21:1-22
2 Ex. 29,30 2 Matt. 21-23-46
3 Ex. 31,32,33 3 Matt. 22:1-22
4 Ex. 34,35 4 Matt. 22:23-46
5 Ex. 36,37,38 5 Matt. 23:1-22
6 Ex. 39,40 6 Matt. 23:23-39
7 Lev. 1,2,3 7 Matt. 24:1-28
8 Lev. 4,5 8 Matt. 24:29-51
9 Lev. 6,7 9 Matt. 25:1-30
10 Lev. 8,9,10 10 Matt. 25:31-46
11 Lev. 11,12 11 Matt. 26:1-25
12 Lev. 13 12 Matt. 26:26-75
13 Lev. 14 13 Matt. 27:1-26
14 Lev. 15,16 14 Matt. 27:27-50
15 Lev. 17,18 15 Matt. 27:51-66
16 Lev. 19,20 16 Matt. 28
17 Lev. 21,22 17 Mark 1:1-22
18 Lev. 23,24 18 Mark 1:23-45
19 Lev. 25 19 Mark 2
20 Lev. 26,27 20 Mark 3:1-19
21 Num. 1,2 21 Mark 3:20-35
22 Num. 3,4 22 Mark 4:1-20
23 Num. 5,6 23 Mark 4:21-41
24 Num. 7,8 24 Mark 5:1-20
25 Num. 9,10,11 25 Mark 5:21-43
26 Num. 12,13,14 26 Mark 6:1-29
27 Num. 15,16 27 Mark 6:30-56
28 Num. 17,18,19 28 Mark 7:1-13
29 Num. 20,21,22

BIBLE QUESTION BOX

Once again during the month of January you are invited to submit any Bible related questions - specific Bible questions, topics, or texts in which you have an interest or concern and you would like to have addressed from the pulpit. There will be a question box located on the table in the foyer where you may place those questions. Then, starting with the first Sunday night in February, Robert Prater will begin considering those questions on Sunday evenings.


We hope to see you here Sunday!


PRAYER CONCERNS

Lola Duvall had a stint placed in her neck on Monday at St. Anthony. Everything went well.

Emma White is in Midwest Specialty Hospital, room 410, for therapy following knee replacement.

Alvie Vanlandingham, Leoh Roberts, and Jearline Bates have all been dismissed from the hospital.

Ruth Autrey should be coming home from Colonial Estates in just a few days.

Bill Lawerance's mother, June Lawerance, is in the hospital for tests and will need surgery soon. Bill requests that you remember her in your prayers.


Youth News

Bob Stephens

Wow, what a week last week was! An unexpected week off for the kids and teachers. It seemed nice at the time but now comes the task of making it up. What are the school districts gonna' do? Could they take away spring break? Or maybe tack on days to the end of the year? Nobody knows yet. It's a lot like reaping what we sow. We think to ourselves, "this will be fun," without thinking of the consequences for our actions. But Scripture tells us we will have consequences for what we do. Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow. But what we do in life does come back to visit. Let's make sure that in everything we do, we remember to include God in the plans. We can never go wrong when He is included.


COMING YOUTH EVENTS

Jan. 27, Saturday - Youth Rally @ Moore Central, leave at 8:30 a.m. return by 3:30 p.m.

Feb. 4, Sunday - AWTG @ Westside/Norman, OU Women's Basketball @ $4.00

March 9 & 10, Friday & Saturday - Spring Visit at OC "Spring Sing is Saturday - $12.00


LOOKING AHEAD

February 23, Area-Wide Leadership Dinner

March 14-17, Rescheduling of Pictures taken for pictorial directory. Call the office and make your appointment if you have not done so.

April 15, Friends & Family Day


CENTENNIAL MOMENTS

As near as we can tell, there were 5 men, 7 women and 14 children in attendance at the first gathering of the church in 1907.


"Many of us are hunting mice - while lions devour the land."
Leonard Ravenhill

LAST WEEK'S RECORD

Bible School 110
Worship Service 174
Sunday Evening 127
Wednesday Evening 0
Contribution $6,795.81

SERVING THE CONGREGATION

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Announcements:Bob Seikel
Opening Prayer:Jim Walling
Song Director:Paul Harris
Scripture:Chad Beard
Sermon:Dwyane Dennis
Closing Prayer:Buddy Truesdell

SERVING AT THE LORD'S TABLE

NORTHSOUTH
Brian NipperBill Lawerance
Geoff RootJoe Curtis

AT THE BACK OF AUDITORIUM

Kenton McGalliardGlendon Combs

USHERS

Robert Perry Howard Vanlandingham

GREETERS

Foyer:Robert & Ann Perry
Elevator:Howard & Talhia Vanlandingham

NURSERY ATTENDANTS

Janet StephensDoris Phillips

ASSISTING OUTSIDE ELEVATOR DOOR

John Aylor

PROJECTION CONTROL

Ron TaffeJim Carpenter

EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE

Opening Prayer:Steve Kelly
Song Director:Paul Harris
Scripture:Bryce Beal
Sermon:Dwyane Dennis
Closing Prayer:Terry Banta

AT THE LORD'S TABLE

SERVING AT THE LORD'S TABLE

NORTHSOUTH
Terry LoweJim Cross

WEDNESDAY NIGHT SERVICE

Classes for all ages

Song Leader:Austin Beard
Scripture:Kenton McGalliard

VAN DRIVER

Terry Banta
If unable to serve during the week, notify Frank Romberg - 273-1297