FRIDAY, 1/31/14

Today’s Bible reading – Exodus 12:14-13:16, Matthew 20:29-21:22, Psalm 25:16-22, Proverbs 6:12-15

I apologize for the lateness of this entry.  Honestly, Lisa had to remind me to post as she was looking for today’s Bible readings.  If you are looking for someone to blame, blame Mark Mast!

You would do well to sign the petition that Bill Kendrick has been placing in the comment section on these entries.  Important!

Tonight provides the opportunity for the Friendship family to do ministry as a collective body by simply attending the memorial service for Pancho Arriola, father of Adriana and Sofie.  The visitation with the girls will begin at 6:00PM in the church auditorium.  The service will begin at 7:00PM (if not before).  Afterwards, there will be a time of fellowship for all with sweets and drinks.

Again, instead of flowers, there will be a basket for cards and/or financial donations to help get Adriana & Sophie to Guatemala as soon as possible.  Obviously, any donation is free will.  You are not expected to bring a card or financial gift.  The greatest thing the girls need is our love and support which we can give simply by being there tonight.

Rob Nevin was discharged from the hospital yesterday.  He will be doing therapy at home.

Amy Huhn’s mother did not get a good report about her cancer this week.  She, and her family, have some tough decisions to make regarding the next step.

I do not have an update on Carolyn Blaylock or Bill Goff.  Bro. Jerry visited them yesterday as I went to New Orleans.  I have not spoken to Bro. Jerry since I got back after the office closed.

It is “possible” that the folks who will be bringing a motion regarding our video system in the auditorium could do so this Sunday night, 2/2.  The key word is “possible.”  Just a FYI for the Friendship family.

Speaking of Sunday night, we are on a regular schedule all day Sunday.  Rumor has it that there will be a special football game on television beginning around 5:30PM.  That will not affect our evening service.  We should be dismissed around 7:00PM as usual.

We need folks to sign up for the pictorial directory.  Again, if everyone does not participate, it will not be as useful as planned.  You can sign up this Sunday in the foyer of the auditorium.

I pray that you will have a great Friday with Jesus.


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  • Mark Mast says:

    Mark Mast? I’ve been waiting since midnight for this! My whole day has been thrown under the bus because of your tardiness Pastor Teddie! 🙂

  • Mark Mast says:

    PS – If you want to use the “temperature” as an excuse, you may use Rainy River… it is a balmy -20 below zero… ah, so refreshing! 🙂

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