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Women's Ministry Newsletter - February 2014

Women’s Ministry Newsletter – February 2014

THE BIFOCALS OF FAITH Peter Marshall was a Scottish immigrant who became one of the most beloved Senate Chaplains in American history.  Before becoming a Senate Chaplain, he pastored churches in Georgia and Washington.  On January 5, 1947, he was named Senate Chaplain, and his prayers immediately touched the nation.  This prayer entitled “Bifocals of […]

Womens Ministry Newsletter – January 2014

Light Up The Darkness  There are many things that can be said about light ranging from its physical properties to its purposes.  Matthew 5:16 says “Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.”  According to this verse light […]

Women’s Ministry Newsletter – December 2013

WHAT DID MARY HEAR Luke 1:28 She heard Gabriel say to her “Greetings, favored one! The Lord is with you. She was very perplexed with the salutation and pondered it. Luke 1:29-33 “Don’t be afraid, you have found favor with God, you will conceive and bear a son and shall name Him Jesus. He will […]

Women's Ministry Newsletter - November 2013

Women’s Ministry Newsletter – November 2013

THANKSGIVING   What do we know about Thanksgiving? The Pilgrims celebrated a time of feasting in gratitude for the bounty of the land after a hard winter. The Puritans celebrated a time of thanksgiving and worship to God for His presence and provision. Thanksgiving became a national holiday with the last Thursday of November being […]

Women's Ministry Newsletter - October 2013

Women’s Ministry Newsletter – October 2013

KEEP THE CONVERSATION GOING ” Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 How often in a day do we converse with God? When we do converse, are we focused on getting our problems reduced and eradicated? Although it is not […]

sept 2013 newsletter

  MAN’S GREATEST END Right before I turned out the lights for the night, I picked up the book The Valley of Vision and read a couple of Puritan prayers. They are so packed with “heart” and insight that you can’t read a lot because a little has so much to say. This is a […]