Saturday, November 14, 2020

Sunday, November 15, 2020

 Happy Sunday everyone!

Looking out my window one afternoon, I was in awe of how calm and peaceful everything appeared. No hustle and bustle, no cars driving by, just a serene moment in time. I snapped a photo as this is very rare living on a main street. This quiet moment reminded me that whether we are in the midst of noise or calm, God is still God. And He is with us always. ~ Mindy


 Good Morning!

When I asked for prayer requests this week, the most common concern was Covid 19.  As it continues to spread everywhere, pray for everyone's safety.  Hopefully, we can all work together to slow the spread by wearing masks and avoiding crowds.  Phyllis told me her granddaughter Heather's husband has Covid.  He is an ICU nurse working with Covid patients every day.  Pray for all the health workers who are risking their lives to care for patients.  Pray for the teachers, administrators, cooks, janitors, bus drivers, and students who are trying to continue in-person learning.  Kristen Handy needs lots of prayers as she is not improving. Barb Handy requested prayers for her daughters and their families.  Brian's father passed away this week.  Dana's husband Terry, has been in the hospital.

Birthday blessings to Sara Zach whose birthday was on the 14th!  Grace Zach and Madison Hammons will celebrate their 16th birthdays on the 19th.

Despite all our concerns about Covid, there are always lots of things to be thankful for.  That's why I chose the first video, "Count Your Blessings."  The second video is a newer song, "Thankful."  I am curious what you think of it.

Maybe somebody has some Thanksgiving thoughts they would like to share on the blog next week. Please let myself or Mindy know.  ~Mary

 Count Your Blessings



Looking through past photos of church and church gatherings, I thought it might be nice to share one or two every Sunday, calling it, "Captured Moments from the Past."
Here's today's captured moments..

Percy's Tidbit

P e a c e.   It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work.  It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart. ~ unknown
In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world. John 16:33

Sunday is that perfect day to remember our blessings!

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