Worrying doesn’t empty tomorrow of it’s sorrow, it empties today of it’s strength

Almost time for Operation Christmas Child

Ever wanted to do something to make a difference but didn’t know what to do?
Join us in filling shoe boxes and changing lives.
The deadline for delivery is around November 15th.

Boys and Girls Ages are 2-4, 5-9, and 11-14
Here is a list of suggestions:
Pens, pencils with sharpeners
Writing pads, paper, activity books
Coloring books, crayons, picture books
Solar calculators
Small cars
Balls
Dolls, small stuff animals
Kazoos, Harmonicas
Yo-yos, jump ropes
Toothbrush, toothpaste
Soap, washcloth
Comb, brush, hair accessories for girls
T-shirt, socks
Ball caps, sunglasses
Flashlights with batteries
Individually wrapped candy

Do not include used or damaged items, war-related items, chocolate or food that would melt or spoil, liquids or lotions, medications vitamins, breakable items, aerosols cans.

There is a $7 donation per box for shipping.
Please pray for the child that will be receiving your gift, that he or she will experience the love of Christ. There are endless stories of children who have received these shoe boxes and of how they changed lives. It is an awesome outreach and you can be a part of it!

Thank you!!!

God is good!

God is good, all the time. All the time, God is good. We love to sing His praises in the morning, noon, and night. When adversity faces us, God shines brightly, and gives us courage to push forward and believe.

Oh my goodness, where did the summer go? Does anyone else think this was an unusually quick year? But yet the Lord has, in this year, shown us great things in His Word that have made enormous changes in the hearts and lives of so many. We are ever grateful that our pastor has been teaching the truth of how the Grace of God has freed us from the bondage of performing to please our God. “Whom the Son sets free, is free indeed.” And when we accepted this freedom for our own lives, then we set out to carry this gospel to others so they can discover the Love and forgiveness that the Cross has provided for us. This teaching that our past is gone forever gives such joy to our souls. This means that our past can no longer dictate our future. Our future is bright with the promise of peace, happiness and bright days. Kris Vallotin, in his book “The Supernatural Ways of Royalty” says “When we are forgiven, the King gives us permission to live as though we have never sinned.”

Our past does not need to be our trainer. The Holy Spirit provides new instruction for us on a daily basis. He is our teacher, not our sinful past. He makes everything new every day with his teaching from His Word.

As we enter into the holidays, let’s think about the new life that we have been provided with and be thankful every day. Tell God just how thankful you are. You know He loves to hear it!

 

A merry heart doeth good like a medicine

A guest minister presented a sermon at church. He was a very boring speaker with a monotone voice. Later the host pastor took up an offering for the guest. When the money was counted, the pastor took another offering. Again, the money was counted and a third offering was taken. The pastor announced that they would continue to take the offering until they reached $20.

Reminder: Forget not all of His benefits….

As it has been our custom, New Song Church is in a fast in the month of January. Each one has decided for himself which fast he shall choose. We don’t fast to make God do anything , but we fast to deny ourselves so we may become more aware of His presence. It is beneficial to the individual and for the church.

A merry heart doeth good like a medicine

True Story:   As young children were assembled on stage to share what they were thankful for, one 5 year old boy said, “God, I’m thankful for bones cuz without em, we would just slop around”

Food for Thought!

Pastor Lynn Hiles from West Virginia had this quote in one of his newsletters. I cut it out and put it on my refrigerator. It has been guidance to me when I tend to try to fix things myself….

“When you work, God will rest.
When you rest, God will work”

A merry heart doeth good like a medicine

A little humor…..
The preacher finished his sermon and made his way to the back of the church to shake hands with his congregation as they left the church. One young seven year old boy reached out his hand and when the preacher shook his hand he found that the boy had placed a dollar in his hand. The preacher said “I don’t want to take your money, son.” The boy replied “It’s ok, I want you to have it. My dad says you are the poorest preacher we ever had and I want to help you.”

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