Do you think some reverse psychology will get us some rain? I want some spring flowers, so at this point, I'll do just about anything for some rain! Maybe we should all gather around the town square and do a rain dance? In the mean time, keep praying because I know when He answers, the rain will wash away the remnants of fall and winter, and spring will burst forth!
Birthday wishes this week go out to Brenda Kothmann on the 24th and Sam Hoerster III on the 29th. Have a great day and a wonderful celebration.
Please pray for healing for all the people who are being treated for various ailments as well as those who are recovering. Also remember those in our lives who are suffering from seasonal allergies and colds. Keep in mind our loved ones who are housebound or in nursing homes. They have looked out for us our entire lives, now it's our turn to repay the favor.
There's so much going on in the world right now. Japan continues to fight for survival as they deal with their plethora of issues. Iraq and Afghanistan are still a concern. Libya is in a state of flux. And right there in the middle of these situations is our United States military. We are a great nation, loving and peaceful, and strong and commanding. Never forget the service and sacrifices our servicemen and women have given for us to live the life we do. Remember all our soldiers.
The second Lenten luncheon will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Wednesday, March 23rd at noon. Please join us for food and fellowship. The next Lenten luncheon will be hosted by the Hilda and Castell Methodist churches and will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Mason on March 30th at noon.
On Sunday, Pastor Mark talked about taking a risk. Take a risk like Nicodemus did when he went to Jesus to seek reassurance that Jesus really was the son of God. Take a risk with your faith; go out on a limb and share your beliefs with those around you. Spread the word of God and see what follows.
You might just be surprised at what happens.