We have an Administrative Council Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Clay Annex.
All committee chairmen need to attend, and any member is welcome to “sit in” on the meeting and hear our church’s business.
March 21 is the “Christ in Passover” program. This is a presentation you probably have never heard or seen before. We are hoping all other churches in the Dublin area will join us for this event.
Our good friends, Rita Wilson, and her daughter Kellie McKenzie brought our church a large delivery of food from a food bank out of this area. We appreciate their efforts to get this to Dublin. Some things will benefit the Food Pantry, and some will be used at the Community Table.
Paul Beaty was still in the hospital in Dallas having tests and doing procedures. He and Pat thank everyone for their prayers.
Irene Sohm says their son Chris has his foot in a cast now and the biggest problem is to keep him from over doing things.
We were thrilled to see Dr. Harlan Raley up and going last Sunday.
Leta Sage was happy to have her cousin, Karen Gardner, visiting in our congregation.
Our congregation extends sincere sympathy to the family and many friends of Harry Bradberry.
D.J. Klutts served as Worship Leader Sunday and I operated the power point.
Several of our members were out because they attended the funeral of Lula Mae Schexnider in far east Texas.
Rev. Ken Lunsford titled his sermon, “A Time to Get Angry!” He took his lesson from John 2:13-22. These verses in the Book of John tell us about Jesus driving the money changers and all the livestock from the temple in Jerusalem. Jesus said “Get these things out of here! Don’t make my Father’s house a place of business.”
A question we all must deal with from time to time is how to handle our anger. Real damage has been done because of uncontrolled anger.
However, Christ’s example tells us there are times when a Christian ought to get angry. It is a great motivator.
There are inequities and injustices in our world and Christians should care about these things. Melvin Wheatley said, “There are situations in life in which the absence of anger would be the essence of evil.” Maybe we could get angry enough to help solve some of the world’s problems.
If it was good enough for Jesus, surely you and I are not too good to get riled up from time to time about the evils in our world.