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Church Blog (Page 12)

Church Blog (Page 12)

Jesus Appears

God’s Human Speech

John 20:19-23 We tend to think of language as the essential element of communication, but it’s not. Eye movement, tone of voice, physical gestures, volume, space, and time play a larger part in the meaning we take from other people’s messages to us and the ways our conversations are heard and interpreted by others.
Halle Center

Prayer Shawl Group

We will meet Tuesday, April 3 at 9:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Five prayer shawls were presented to grateful recipients in February. Two newly finished prayer shawls were contributed by Carolyn Williams and Marilyn Franzen. Two thank you cards were received and will be added to our scrapbook. Anyone interested in knitting or crocheting a shawl or laprobe can get yarn from our donated supply kept at the church. Contact Jeannie Hill , or Marilyn Franzen. Or, visit our meeting…
On the Shelf

Butterfly Palace

Welcome to the Betty Barrick Library. We have many books on the shelves that would entice the readers into an adventure of excitement and mystery. One such book is: Butterfly Palace, by Colleen Coble. It starts out with Drew and Lily as boyfriend and girlfriend in the town of Larson, Texas. They witness the burning of Lily’s father’s Livery. Drew’s father was also in the barn when it burned, killing both of them. Drew decided to search for their killers,…
Easter Eggs

Mission & Outreach for April

Easter Bucket Drive Once again you have made the Easter bucket drive a success. THANK YOU! Monday, March 12, I had the opportunity to visit Halle Center to help serve dinner. We took a bus full of your donations of citrus and linens. Halle’s Center is housed in an old motel purchased by UMOM for homeless women. The goal of the experienced and dedicated staff is to provide temporary shelter for these women and assist them in returning to a…
UMM

UMM – Church Property Clean Up

Saturday Morning, April 28th Please mark your calendars! starting at 8:00 AM for the members of the church to gather to take care of the monthly landscaping activities. Both Men and Women are welcome to come and help. The more we have the faster we get done. It is not heavy work Mostly picking up paper and dead plant materials.
UMW

UMW – Looking Forward

Sat., Apr. 21, 11-12:30 p.m. Sign up required.  Unit Meeting. Come and join us for “Tea Time.” Play “dress up” and wear your Sunday best dress, hat and gloves (or not!) and join us for a variety of teas (other drinks provided—not everyone is a tea-totaler!), tea sandwiches, scones, clotted cream, lemon curd and more. We will learn about the history and how to properly “serve tea.” If you have a favorite tea cup and saucer, bring it and share…
improved-animal-management

Heifer Project Update

Purchase of a llama, a flock of chicks and a flock of geese The March meeting of the Lakeview United Methodist Men was held on Saturday, March 3rd, a day I will not soon forget. After a great breakfast (free) our meeting was held. The Heifer Project, with last months carry-over and donations and quarter tubes giving had allowed us to use $190 towards the purchase of gifts for the poor & hungry. The men’s group approved the purchase of…
Halle Center

Halle Center and a Full Bus Load

People and Supplies When Mission and Outreach went to Halle Center to serve dinner, we took over 200+ pounds of assorted citrus and many many bags of linens donated by our congregation. Thank you! We also took 1,200 Styrofoam plates, thousands of individual servings of condiments as well as full size condiments for their kitchen. We toured the premises and we were so impressed by their operation, we invited their director to join us at TNT to talk about their…
UMW

UMW News

Mon., March 21 Lakeview United Methodist Women were guests of Willowbrook Unit for their spring luncheon and program. Attending were Phyllis Mitchell, Donna Petterson, Eileen Pike and Susan Briner. The program was titled “The Legacy of Faithful Women,” presented by Sierra Noel. 2018 Reading Program United Methodist Women are involved in mission and that includes prayer, study and action. The Reading Program includes books in 5 categories: Education for Mission, Nurturing for Community, Social Action, Leadership Development, and Spiritual Growth…
Pastor Toms View

Pastor Tom’s View for April

April 2018 Taxes The month of April, as you know, has a date to which most of us must pay specific attention, April 15th. It is the date that our taxes from the previous years earnings are due to our government. Jesus too had to pay attention to the taxes during his ministry but for a much different reason. Bill O’Reilly in his book “Killing Jesus” points out that Jesus had a huge problem with what was going on in…
He Is Risen

Easter Sunday

1 Corinthians 15:19-26 & John 20:1-18 Scripture is definite: death ends every life. That’s is why “the last enemy to be destroyed is death,” declares Paul. Enemy indeed – So much so that “if Christ has not been raised,”  those “who have died in Christ have perished” and we are “of all people most to be pitied” (1 Cor. 15:17-19). Our one hope is that if God actually raised Jesus from the dead, he will do so for us who…