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Special Thanks

To all our Thursday work crew folks who make the church look great...

To Janet Gnann and her crew for the Easter Breakfast...

To Donald and the Choir for the Palm Sunday Cantata and Holly week and Easter music...!!!!!

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

May 12th, 2019

Youth Nursing Home Visit

We will have a lunch after the late service and then head to Savannah Squares.  (The section where Jean Wise and Johnny Hunt live)

 

June 7th and 9th, 2019

The Tin Man (Our 15th annual spring musical this year)

It will tell the story about the Tin Man from the Wizard of OZ and what happened to him after Dorothy went back to Kansas.  We practice on Mondays ant 6 PM for an hour with a few Wednesdays tucked in.

Plenty of exciting parts are always available to the daring.  Children who want to be munchkins should come to the final practices.  Call Pastor for more information at 912-713-7145

 

June 17th  through June 20th

Summer Youth Trip to Boone, NC

Call Pastor for details at 912-713-7145

 

Want a home visit….Call or text Pastor 912-713-7145

 

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Jesus died on the cross for all the world’s sins.  He rose giving us eternal life.  Now What?

 

We often get fixated on the big days and moments of the church… Christmas…Easter and lose out on the fact that those moments should be part of our everyday walk with God.

 

How we act, speak and think should reflect a God who loved us so much he sent the greatest gift to us…Jesus.

 

We will of course distort that gift and not see the vision clearly because of sin.

 

I batted zero in little league on year.  I just couldn’t hit the ball.  It turns out I just couldn’t see the ball.  All the years of testing with those E’s in various shapes and sizes never caught my blindness because I would just memorize what the kid’s in front of me were saying on their test and the person giving the test never changed the order.

 

I was faking it in life needing to sit in the front of the class so I could see the board and if not I had to listen so closely to what the teacher said because I couldn’t see the board.

 

Finally my parents took me to an actual eye doctor where I couldn’t bluff my way to poor vision.

 

In the hymn Amazing Grace a line states… “I was blind but now I see”.  We don’t always realize the hurt we cause others by our actions and words.  Our intention may not have been to hurt but we don’t often see clearly what is ahead of our actions.

 

Once I got Glasses it was amazing the details in life that I was missing not to mention a baseball coming toward me.

 

Jesus message makes things clear for us.  It puts a different kind of focus on who we are and how we affect those lives around us.

 

If we look at each day as Christmas and Easter our vision can be positive and clear.  A Gift from God born in a manger who would die on a cross at Calvary for our sins and rise to give us heaven.

 

 PJH