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Deerfoot Church of Christ 4 2 2023

  1. DEERFOOT NOTES Let us know you are watching Point your smart phone camera at the QR code or visit April 2, 2023 WELCOME TO THE DEERFOOT CONGREGATION We want to extend a warm welcome to any guests that have come our way today. We hope that you are spiritually uplifted as you participate in worship today. If you have any thoughts or questions about any part of our services, feel free to contact the elders at: CHURCH INFORMATION 5348 Old Springville Road Pinson, AL 35126 205-833-1400 SERVICE TIMES Sundays: Worship 8:15 AM Bible Class 9:30 AM Worship 10:30 AM Sunday Evening 5:00 PM Wednesdays: 6:30 PM SHEPHERDS Michael Dykes John Gallagher Rick Glass Sol Godwin Merrill Mann Stan Mann Skip McCurry Darnell Self Phillip VanHorn Steve Wilkerson MINISTERS Richard Harp Jeffrey Howell Johnathan Johnson JCA CAMPUS MINISTER Alex Coggins 10:30 AM Service Welcome Song Leading Steve Putnam Opening Prayer Brandon Cacioppo Scripture Reading Canaan Hood Sermon Lord’s Supper / Contribution Jeffrey Howell Closing Prayer Elder ———————————————————— 5 PM Service Song Leading Kai Sugita Opening Prayer Connor Denson Lord’s Supper/ Contribution Yoshi Sugita Closing Prayer Elder 8:15 AM Service Welcome Song Leading Randy Wilson Opening Prayer Johnathan Johnson Scripture Reading Chad Key Sermon Lord’s Supper/ Contribution Ryan Cobb Closing Prayer Elder Baptismal Garments for April Amy Gunn Bus Drivers April 9– Steve Maynard April 16– Michael Martin Deacons of the Month Ken Shepherd Chuck Spitzley Yoshi Sugita How To Serve Scripture: Matthew 4:8–10 Romans ___:___ S______________ H________ To S____________ 1. D___ N____ B___ S___________ in Z_________ 2 Peter ___:___-___ Proverbs ___:___-___ Matthew ___:___-___; ___-___ 2. B___ F_____________ I___ S____________, Matthew ___:___-___ 3. S___________ The L____________. Galatians ___:___-___ Romans ___:___-___ MISSION SUNDAY MISSIONARIES TRUTH FOR TODAY – Eddie Cloer Eddie Cloer attended Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas; Oklahoma Christian in Oklahoma City; and Harding Graduate School of Bible and Religion in Memphis, Tennessee. He holds the Bachelor of Arts, Master of Theology, and Doctor of Ministry degrees. His doctoral thesis focused on evangelistic preaching. Having begun his preaching career at age fifteen, he has preached the gospel for over forty years, serving congregations in Clarksville, Hot Springs, and Blytheville, Arkansas. He has preached in more than 850 gospel meetings in thirty-five states of the USA, London, England, Singapore, and Ukraine. Truth for Today World Mission School in Searcy, Arkansas, is a multifaceted non-profit organization dedicated to world evangelism. Directed by Eddie Cloer, a Gospel preacher, Greek scholar, and retired theological professor, TFTWMS strives to teach faithfully the Holy Scriptures of our Lord. Truth for Today World Mission School, Inc., a Bible-oriented school, is overseen by a nine -member board. Five of the board members are elders in the Lord's church, serving as elders in three different churches of Christ. Of the four remaining members, one is a financial officer, one is a retired gospel preacher, one is a retired missionary, one is a schoolteacher, and one is a university professor. The board has free access to three solid congregations (one is 1,400 members, one is 400 members, and one is 160 members) that are very supportive of TFTWMS and can provide the collective wisdom of those elderships. The board is surrounded by an advisory council that provides special expertise and insight for the ongoing work of global outreach. Experienced missionaries agree that the survival and spiritual growth of congregations planted around the world may depend on the availability of printed Bible-study materials. The primary focus of Truth for Today World Mission School, a monthly publication called Truth for Today, is designed to address this need. This publication is sent to tens of thousands of preachers and Bible teachers. Each issue is the equivalent of a 150-page book. It is published twelve times a year and is mailed in English to thousands of preaching brethren in many nations all over the globe. By Gary Cosby
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Weekly Purpose: $19,348.00 Contribution: $18,510.65 Contribution YTD: $284,960.00 Purpose YTD: $251,524.00 Average Weekly YTD: $21,920.00 Mission Sunday: $120,100.00 Week 12 Prayers Sue Adams Betty Aldridge Vera Bonner Faye Bradford Bill Brown Michael Burkowski Bobbie Clark Nancy Clemens Edith Collett Thurman & Judy Crawford Margie England Audrey Gammage Ellen Godwin Mike Godwin Kim Green Randy Johnson Bev Key Nancy Locklear Jean Tuggle McDonald Jim McDonald Dot Mitchell Larry & Rita Morgan Ancel Norris Judy Roeder Doug Scruggs Darnell Self Donna & Tim Shoemaker Stephanie Theoret Johnny Tucker Becky Tuggle Gayle Varner Mary Wells Barbara Whisenhunt Billy White Maxine Wilson Don Young Friends & Family Phyllis Hallman– friend of Paul Windham Ralph Banks– uncle of Horace Sanders Gwen– recovering from brain cancer Peggy Hickerson– friend of Robin Spitzley Katrina & Sarah Mitchell– friends of Derek Smith Zach Horton– dealing with health issues Michael Doss– dealing with health issues Angela—is dealing with family issues McRoy family– new to the area and requesting prayers Joseph Kelly– great nephew of Jean Tuggle McDonald Parker Burgess– Cousin of Martha Lybrand Doreen Hartzog– mother of Julie Kincaid Shirley Mitchell– friend of Martha Lybrand Bonnie Rasche– mother of Amy Gunn Lori Brown– friend of Sherita Bitten Tara Jessen– sister of Amy Gunn Betty Bagley– friend of the Maynards Gwen Fisher– sister of Dial Dangar Kim Bywaters– aunt of Dawn Taylor Stanley Ryan– brother of Anna Brown & Billie Adkinson Lucas Adkinson– grandson of Mark & Billie Adkinson Betty Trull– sister of Sandra Singer Gloria Smedley– neighbor of Sandra Singer Johnathan England– son of Alan England Jerrie Paschal– sister of Alan VanHorn Hospital / Sick List Michael Burkowski– undergoing treatments Steve McMunn– undergoing treatments Larry Morgan– undergoing tests Doug Scruggs– recovering at home Stephanie Theoret– on hospice Attendance 3-26-2023 AM 307 PM 110 April 2, 2023 Sunday PM Devo in Auditorium followed by: April 2– Singing Night– boys in the Auditorium, girls in Adult Classroom 2 April 9– Missionary Methods of the Bible- in auditorium Disciple Making Parents– Adult Classroom 2 Teaching God Speaks Today_ Adult Classroom 1 Kid’s Classes– (Preschool – 5th grade) in the education building April 16– Missionary Methods of the Bible- in auditorium Disciple Making Parents– Adult Classroom 2 Teaching God Speaks Today– Adult Classroom 1 Kid’s Classes– (Preschool– 5th grade) in the education building April 23– Missionary Methods of the Bible- in auditorium Disciple Making Parents– Adult Classroom 2 Teaching God Speaks Today– Adult Classroom 1 Kid’s Classes– (Preschool– 5th grade) in the education building April 30– Question and Answer Night– everyone in the auditorium PANTRY ITEMS: April Canned Meats Soup Jelly Fruit Beef Stew/Chili Sunday AM Classes • The Life of Christ taught by John Gallagher in the auditorium. • The Life of Christ, a discussion class taught by Michael Dykes in adult classroom 1. • Young Professionals are studying the books of 1,2 and 3 John taught by a rotation of men from the congregation in adult classroom 2. Wednesday PM Classes • Meet the Missionaries class taught by men of the congregation in the auditorium (there is a different teacher each week) • Ladies’ Bible class– Immeasurably More by Cassandra Martin taught by ladies of the congregation (teachers rotate) Men’s Bible Study The monthly men’s Bible study will be starting again in April. They will meet on Monday, April 17th at 6:30 in the fellowship hall. The book this time will be Christian Faith: Focusing on the One who makes all things Possible by Drew Kizer. If you are interested in participating, please contact Brandon Cacioppo. Sympathy We express our sympathy to Randy Wilson and family at the passing of his uncle. Please keep this family in your prayers. Thank you We want to express with thankful hearts, for prayers, calls, cards and concerns during the last three months. With the loss of a loved one and two surgical procedures, this precious body of Christ helped David endure difficult times. Thank you for being there for us. In Christian love, David and Debra Dominic Corey and Joanna Calvert Chris and Jennifer Brown My family and I would like to say thanks for the prayers, calls, texts and cards sent to us during the passing of my brother, Gentry Sutton. It means everything to know that we have friends like you. We are deeply grateful to you. Clemens and Sutton Family Dear Church Family, Thank you so much for all the birthday wishes and get well cards I have received. You are such loving people and I love all of you! Maxine Wilson Dear Church! Thank you for all the cards, messages, food & Richard who spoke at Dad’s services. The prayers were welcomed during Dad’s residency at Meadowview. He loved the church bulletin that listed mine and his names on the prayer list! Thank you church family! You guys are so wonderful! Love Lilja, Leverett and VanHorn Families Mission Sunday On this Sunday we support our yearly missions in Belize, Scotland, Japan, South Pacific, Apologetics Press, Truth for Today, World Mission and Romania. Everything collected goes to Missions. Please pray and plan what you will give. Last year we collected over $120,000.00. Youth News Please plan to stay after the 10:30 service TODAY to help with the Easter Egg Hunt. Lunch will be provided. There will be a local youth devo TONIGHT following the evening services at the home of Sophia Logan. Please bring $5 for food. Ladies’ Time Out The Ladies’ Time Out group will meet on Monday, April 3rd at 10:00 am in the fellowship hall to work on Spring wreaths. Please bring hot glue guns, ribbons, flowers, etc. All ladies are welcome! Upcoming Events April 2– Easter Egg Hunt 11:30-2pm April 6-9– Lads to Leaders Convention– Little Rock, AR April 29– Church Picnic 10am-2pm May 7– Mission Sunday May 7– Senior Reception and Recognition May 20– Young Professionals Summer Kick-off– Noccalula Falls May 29– Memorial Day– Office Closed June 7– Summer Series- “Why do we have Commandments?- Richard Harp