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• The church is looking for ways to evangelize outside of the church. Last week, members walked the streets and prayed over the businesses and apartments, asking God to bless Williamstown and save the lost.
• Sunday evening, 10-year-old Wesley Cain brought the message. It was awesome. There were so many more than usual for Sunday evening, even Wesley’s school teacher and his family came to support him.
• What does it mean to be godly? God looks at the heart of each being and judges godliness. He can sense an attitude of dedication to do His will. Christians need to have a dedication to succeed no matter what the cost. A willingness to train constantly is also required. The Christian life offers the opportunity for all people to be winners. In a sports contest, only the winner receives the prize. Those who complete the Christian life will all receive the crown of life. The 10 most powerful two-letter words: if it is to be, it is up to me.
• Jan. 16 - Family Night at 6 p.m. Bring a covered dish.
• Jan. 18 - The Day Baptist Women will meet at 11 a.m. at Meadow View.
• Jan. 29 - CIA and Mission Friends will have an International Lesson on Thailand.
• The Night Baptist Women are collecting tissues for the Personal Care Home.
• March 13 - Spring Revival will begin with Evangelist Greg Waltermire from Heritage Baptist Church in Lexington. The Music Minister will be Carl Brown from Yellow Creek Baptist Church in Owensboro.
• The Dry Ridge Presbyterian Church continues to welcome guest pastors throughout the month of January before the return of Rev. Jim Bernard. This Sunday Dry Ridge Presbyterian welcomes the former pastor of Union Presbyterian Church. Call 824-5622 or visit www.dryridgepresbyterian.com for more information.
• Jan. 21 – Kidz-4-Gsus will be having a movie night from 7 to 10 p.m. for ages 4 to 12 (through fifth grade). “How to Train Your Dragon” is the movie. Invite some friends and come ready to have fun eating popcorn, drinking pop and playing games and watching the movie. There will also be prizes.
• URGENCY Youth group will go to Victory Life Church, Georgetown, to attend the United Youth Rally. The group will leave FWC at 5:30 p.m.
• Jan. 30 – Prayer, praise and worship service at 6 pm.
• It is awesome to see the body surrendering to something more meaningful and lasting than personal agendas. Put in proper prospective - Jesus in the center of our hearts, Holy Spirit as our power, with prayer, preaching, and praise to humble us before a Mighty God. For information and sermons go to firstloveky.org.
• Pastor Pullens of Harvest Apostolic Church preached “Having a balance.” Christians must make sure they are maintaining a healthy spiritual and a daily balance in their lives. If they don’t learn to hold onto a balance in life, they will eventually lose out and lose integrity.
• Mt. Carmel welcomes visitors. The church is located at 389 Mt. Carmel Road, Williamstown. For more information call Pastor Rick Haggett at 859-907-4930 or visit the Web site at www.mtcarmelbaptistky.com.
• The deacon of the week is Don Bingham, at 428-1877.
• Jan. 16 -The Lord’s Supper will be observed.
• There will be no Fifth Sunday singing in January, but will begin again in May.
• Feb.13 – There will be a Valentine Banquet after morning service, featuring a salad and spaghetti dinner..The TEAM KIDS are plainning this event.
• Congratulations to Steve and Rhonda Tiller on the birth of their daughter, April Christina Tiller, on Dec. 29, 2010.
• Jan. 13-16 and Jan. 20-23 –Revival services at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday evenings and at 2 p.m. on Sunday at 1645 Gardnersville Road, Crittenden with Evangelist Rusty Adkins from Noblesville, Ind.
• The church has begun to collect for Operation Shoebox for 2011, with bars of soap, washcloths, toothpaste and brushes. Bring items and keep saving those shoeboxes.
• The church went over it’s goal for the Lottie Moon Offering, collecting $1,905.50. This money will help send missionaries all over to tell people about Christ.
• Wednesdays - New Bible Study classes began on Jan. 12. A lady’s Bible Study on the book of Esther and a new study on 2 Corinthians is offered beginning at 7 p.m. Dinner is available at 6 p.m. at a cost of $4 per person. Youth groups for all ages are also available..
• Jan. 23 - Preaching Minister, Tim Seevers, will begin a series of messages titled, “How to Avoid Being a Bad Christian,” at both the 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. services.
• A new ministry of the church is the Upward Sports Ministry. The church will offer Upward Soccer this spring. Registration forms can be picked up at the church office at 1055 Sherman Mt. Zion Road. The early registration cost is $55. After Feb. 15, the cost is $60. Each player must attend a soccer evaluation. This will take place from 9 a.m. to noon on Feb. 19 and March 5. For more information call the church office at 859-428-1661, Denny at 428-0292 or Jason at 824-3782.
• Sunday morning, Pastor Steve Davis preached a message titled “ Jesus Christ, Our All in All” using 1Timothy 6:10-15 (KJV). Jesus Christ is anything people need in any situation. He’ll walk with us, provide needs, as well as teach things that people need to know later down the road.
• Sundays - Sunday Celebration at 10:30 a.m. Earl is beginning a new series, The Big Move, which will continue for the next couple of weeks.. To learn more about happenings at the Vineyard look up our Web site at www.vineyardgc.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vineyardgc.
• Jan. 16 - Vertical Youth at 12:30 p.m. Middle school and high school kids meet up every other Sunday after church to hang out, have pizza and spend time together talking about Jesus.
Movie Night at the Vineyard starts at 6 p.m. Grab a snack and a drink and watch the movie “Despicable Me” on the big screens.
• Senior Minister Gary Swick is beginning a series called “This I Wish ...”, which will be messages on strengthening families.
• Sunday evenings - Small group book study and worship continue at 6 p.m.
• Jan. 20 - The Senior Saints will travel to the I-Max Theater at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal to see “Hubble.”
• Prayers and funding go with the Wheeler family as they begin their mission work in Guatemala.
• Jan. 16 – Worship services at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Children’s activities are scheduled during evening worship. Transportation will be provided. Anyone who needs it should see Pastor Barry. Fireproof- Youth Group meet at 5 p.m.
• Jan. 17 – Bible study at 1 p.m.
• Jan. 19 – Bible study at 6:30 p.m. A new study on1st and 2nd Corinthians is beginning. Praise and worship band practice is at 7:15 p.m. in the sanctuary.