No School

A heavy snowstorm closed the schools in one town.  When the children returned to school a few days later, one grade-school teacher asked her students whether they had used the time away from school constructively.


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Let’s Have Some Fun

One Halloween night, a neighborhood practical joker decided to frighten the young trick-or-treaters who rang his doorbell.  He put on a floor-length black cape, a black hat fitted with devil’s horns, and a hideous mask that seemed to combine the most gruesome features of Dracula, Frankenstein, and the Wolf Man.  Then he waited.

 

Finally, his doorbell rang.  He turned off all the lights and shining a flashlight on his mask, he opened the door and pierced the night air with an eerie scream


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Online Worship to Continue

Hey everyone and we are still social distancing and yes COVID-19 pandemic is still with us.  The governor has let the stay at home order end yesterday.  We should be getting much closer to meeting again.  We will keep everyone updated on when that will be.

 

This Sunday our service will be Online again on Facebook Live.  This Sunday we will continue our sermon series, “Four Best Places to Live.”  Where does the Bible say we should dwell?  We’re going to look at the Four Best Places to Live according to God and Scripture. The first two places are “The House of Worship” and “The House of Prayer.”  If you missed them you can check them out on our Facebook page, YouTube channel, or church website.


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May 2020 Calendar of Events

May 2          Church Yard Sale – Postponed
                   MSCC Board Meeting
 
May 4           Volunteers Working at Ministerial Alliance
 
 
May 6           Volunteers Working at Ministerial Alliance
 
May 7           Volunteers PU from SETX FoodBank
 
May 9           Breakfast @ 8 am
 
May 10          Mother’s Day

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Bible Reading Plan May 2020

May:

☐ 1 1 Sam. 22-24 Ps. 52 Acts 11

☐ 2 1 Sam. 25-27 Eccl. 11:1-5 Acts 12

☐ 3 1 Sam. 28-29 Ps. 53 Acts 13

☐ 4 2 Sam. 1-2 Eccl. 11:6-10 Acts 14

☐ 5 2 Sam. 3-4 Ps. 54 Acts 15

☐ 6 2 Sam. 5-6 Eccl. 12:1-8 Acts 16

☐ 7 Reflect on God as Sovereign

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But In Those Days

The old pastor made it a practice to visit the church’s Christian school one day a week. He walked into the fourth-grade class, where the children were studying the states, and asked them how many states they could name.


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Four Best Places to Live

Hey everyone and we are still social distancing and yes COVID-19 pandemic is still with us.  How is everyone feeling?  Are you ready for this to be over already?  I sure am!

This Sunday our service will be Online again on Facebook Live.  This Sunday I would like to start a new sermon series, “Four Best Places to Live.”  Where does the Bible say we should dwell?  We’re going to look at the Four Best Places to Live according to God and Scripture. The criteria are these:

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No Dogs Allowed

There’s a guy with a Doberman pinscher and a guy with a Chihuahua.  The guy with the Doberman pinscher says to the guy with the Chihuahua, “Let’s go over to the restaurant and get something to eat.”

 

The guy with the Chihuahua says, “We can’t go in there.  We’ve got dogs with us.”

 

The guy with the Doberman pinscher says, “Just follow my lead.”

 

They walk over to the restaurant, the guy with the Doberman pinscher puts on a pair of dark glasses, and he starts to walk in.  A guy at the door says, “Sorry, Mac, no pets allowed.”


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Christ Is Risen

Christ is risen!  This proclamation isn’t just an event that we celebrate on Easter Sunday.  It is our Christian battle cry!
 
Christ is risen!  Notice the present tense is.  This isn’t an event in the past.  It is an ever-present happening that fuels our living and vibrant faith!  Christ is alive and working through you and me!  Christ is!  Right now!  Hallelujah!

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Update

We hope and pray that you all are being safe and that everyone is in good health. Due to the recommendations by the CDC and the local authorities, we regret to inform you that the physical church facility will remain closed for at least until April 30. We will, however, continue to hold worship services and other events and classes online on Facebook. [Also working on another possibly way so more people can tune in.]


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