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Thoughts: Do you remember struggling with Latin declensions or irregular French verbs? How marvelous simply “to begin to speak with other tongues”!
Every one heard the disciples speak in his own language. “…we do hear them speak in our tongues the wonderful works of God.”
As the prophet Joel had promised, God poured out his spirit. God’s love must have shone through a Christian missionary’s sermon to the people in a remote Indian village. When he had finished speaking, a woman came up to him, her face alight with joy, and said, “I have known about Jesus all my life, and now you have told me his name.”
Discussion: How can we best communicate with people who do not know Jesus?
Activity: Ask someone a question and listen to the answer with your ears and your heart.
Remember in prayer this week Michelle Freeman, Bob and Vivian Grusnick, Stu and Vivian Hansard, Shirley Gulian June Lamm, and Dick and Mildred Parker.
All week you may shop the UMW Book Sale during open office hours or if you are here for a meeting.
This Saturday from 9am to 1pm the Youth Mission Trippers will be having a car wash in the church parking lot. Bring your dirty cars to help them earn additional monies for their upcoming trip to Norristown, PA.
This Sunday is Laity Sunday, Pentecost and Communion. Please wear RED! This will also be the final day of the Book Sale.
Remember this Sunday, June 4th, is also the Boy Scout Eagle project Bottle and Can Drive. Bring all your returnables in your trunk as they will be collected outside during coffee hour. Let’s help this future Eagle Scout earn some dollars. See flyer in Tidings for additional information.
Concerns from May 28th:
Bill Rampenthal – Joyce is having knee replacement surgery on June 5th at Troy Beaumont.
Debbie Hagelstein – Prayers for Ron and Sarah, friends who lost their baby Addison Eve yesterday. She was valiant in her bravery, heroic in her strength and her will to live. She was born 17 weeks early and lived for 6 weeks. Please keep her mommy and daddy in your prayers at this most difficult time.
Jane Egermann – Prayers for my friend Linda who will be starting her fifth round of cancer treatment this week.
Karen Belt – For myself prayers. I go for driver re-examination Tuesday but don’t know how to get there. My son can’t help me.
Mary Jo & Dale Johnston – Relative of a dear friend just received a grim cancer diagnosis.
Randy Wilson – Prayers for Sheila Wilson and her family on the passing of her father.
Cheryl Russell – Prayers for brother-in-law Jim who has been hospitalized for 2 weeks due to bleeding – improving now in rehab center.
Cheryl Russell – My grandson Christian is 12 today.
Bill & Sue Wesp – Our little Olivia came home on Monday and is now doing well. Thanks for your prayers.
Joyce & Karl Henn – Congratulations to Rev. Faith Fowler and the successful fund raising tour of the United Methodist “Tiny Homes” in Detroit.
Terri Watson – My granddaughter graduated from high school June 1st.
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