News and Events

Sunday evening singing at 5p.m. in the library.

Gluten Free communion bread is available in the foyer.

The teens will be doing an Activity each month. If you would like to sponsor one, there is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board. There is also a flyer on the bulletin board with more information.

Don’t forget to check the bulletin board for lost & found items and to sign up for anything you can!

2nd session youth camp starts today! Donations are still being accepted! See E.A. or David Frederick.

The truck is coming! New Mexico Christian Children’s Home in September. All items are appreciated. There is a card on the bulletin board. More information coming.

Potluck next Sunday! Make plans to come.

Mens and Ladies meetings will be July 28 starting at 1. Men’s will be in the annex and the ladies will meet in the fellowship room.

Sign-up sheet on the bulletin board to host the coffee and fellowship.

The Bridge Shelter is closed for the summer.

Good Samaritan need for the week: Breakfast bars. Donation box in the foyer.

Weekly Article

July 14, 2019

Facts About The Bible
by David Padfield

The Bible is composed of 66 books. There are 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament. Some 39 or 40 men had a part in the writing of the Bible, from Moses to the apostle John. It took over 1500 years to produce the Bible.

Out of all the men who wrote the books of the Bible, Luke “the beloved physician” (Col. 4:14) was the only Gentile. He penned the gospel of Luke and the book of Acts.

The first section of the Old Testament is called the Pentateuch. It contains the first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy). These books, written by Moses, cover the period of time from Creation to the death of Moses, just prior to the entrance of God’s people into the promised land.

The Old Testament contains twelve books of history, from Joshua through Esther. There are five books of poetry: Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon. There are five books of the major prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel and Daniel. There are 12 minor prophets, from Hosea through Malachi.

The New Testament contains four gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John), each telling the story of the life of Christ from different viewpoints. The New Testament has one book of history, the book of Acts, which tells of the establishment of the church and the growth of Christianity in the first century. It also has 21 epistles, the majority of which were written by the apostle Paul (Romans through Jude) and one book of prophecy (the Revelation), penned by John while on Patmos.

The Old Testament was written in Hebrew (with the exception of Daniel 2:4b-7:28 and Ezra 4:8-6:18). The New Testament was written in Greek.

Prayer List

Updated: Sunday, July 14

Immediate Concerns:

Ramon & Allene Brown — Allene will be going back for another evaluation in two months
The Baxstrom family with the passing of Robert’s brother. There will be services at Ertel Funeral home July 20th.
Hunter Colvin, Sarah Kraus’ cousin, is active duty navy stationed front lines in Iran.

On Going Concerns

Thelma Frugoli
Suzanne Martin
Art Thomas
Clarence & Eddie DeLoach
Wendell Nicholson
Donna Lancaster, surgery Aug 1st
Peggy Penn
Nick Lester
Dave Phelps & family
Ella Puckett
Sam Lindus
Joey Whited
Danny Morman
Susie Marker
Diane Kennell, eye surgery July 24
Gene Chapin
Mary Orbison
Andrew Kays
Mayme Begay
Tom Colbert
Sue Flowers
Richard Minke
Keith Davis
Janet Hawkins
Betty Hill
David Frederick

Missionaries

Marvin Ancell, Coffs Harbor
Royce Frederick, India
Philip James, Hogback

**Names will be updated monthly

Calendar

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Remember, if you are planning an event, please let Stephanie Martinez know, and she will put it on the master calendar.