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Wednesday, March 2, 2011 • Posted March 2, 2011

Even though spring doesn’t officially start for a few more weeks, it sure feels like spring to me, minus one thing—RAIN! Let’s keep praying!

Happy Birthday to Johnita Bohmfalk on the 4th and Tyra Jordan on the 6th. Celebrating their anniversary on the 7th are David and Carolyn Vater.

Condolences to the Gibson and Smith families on their losses.

Please pray for those suffering from allergies, colds and the flu that they have a speedy recovery.

Always remember our servicemen and women all over the world as they do their duty. Including Matt Krause, Amanda Adams, Taylor Slocum, Josh Calhoun, Stuart Jordan and Kyle Pierce.

Remember Caroline Jordan, Kendra Kensing Code, Betty Kitchen, Paul Toeppich, Tommy Ruffolo, Ken Stahl, Jacob Bibb, Tommy Garrett, Sophia Jordan, Jane Krause, Anna Grace Durst, Etta Marie Mutschink, Pearl Leifeste, and Dick Pierson in your thoughts and prayers.

Daddy is doing well after his shoulder replacement surgery two weeks ago. By the time you read this, he will have had the staples taken out and will be continuing with his physical therapy. Now I just have to keep him from overdoing it!

On Sunday, Stephen Mutschink led our service and delivered the sermon. He spoke about worry, and all the things we worry about in our daily lives, and the one thing we should never worry about. With God there is no need to worry. God will never forget us. As long as we don’t forget God, He will not forget us. Keep God in your heart and mind, let your actions represent the love God has for us. Love others, have faith, give with your whole heart, and remember to thank Him for every thing you have in your life. Count your blessings and feel thankful. God holds us in His hands. God WILL take care of you.

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