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Wednesday, November 9, 2011 • Posted November 9, 2011

The cooler days and bits of moisture are sure nice. Many ‘Thanks’ to Lisa for writing the column last week.Celebrating their anniversary this week are Beth and David Alm on the 8th. Congratulations! Celebrating her birthday is Tracy Jordan on the 12th. Have a great day.Pray for our loved ones that are homebound and those in the nursing home , Anna Grace Durst, Pearl Leifeste, Dick Pierson, Etta Marie Mutschink, Johnita Bohmfalk, and my mother, Deloris Wilson. Keep our military folks Stuart Jordan, Taylor Slocum, Matt Krause, Josh Calhoun, Kyle Pierce, and Amanda Adams in our prayers. Let them know we support them and that they stay in our thoughts.Prayers continue for Charlie and Dee Dee; Paul Toeppich; Kenneth Durst; Susan and John; Vondell and Jerald; and Deloris Wilson. Pray as we begin to enter into the holiday season that we can do something for those who need our help, wherever they are. Pastor Cliff is participating in Kairos this week, pray for him, his team and those to whom they are reaching out.Announcements were to please bring your shoe boxes to church on December 11th.Pastor Cliff read from Revelation 7: 7-17, the crowd of saints around the throne of God worshipping Him, day and night. Those are the ones who have gone on ahead, our loved ones, and the people that have made a difference for Jesus Christ. This Sunday was All Saints Sunday and the United Methodist Women read the names of our loved ones who have passed on in this last year. A candle was lit in their memory and we had a time of silence. Then in Matthew 5: 1-12, we heard about saints and their blessings, how they persevere in working for the Kingdom of God. Sometimes not even being recognized as what they were doing would later have a huge impact on people. Through it all we know God has already won!

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