January 9, 2017
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HI ALL – I AM BACK! NEW COMPUTER – HURRAY!

MONDAY, JANUARY 9th, 2017 - I always carry a knife in my purse, you know, in case of cheesecake or chocolate!

SUNDAY, JANUARY 15th, 2017 - Join us for morning worship at 10:00 – Rev. Katherine McCloskey leading.

MISSION CAPSULES:

Adisah used to feel neglected by her family in Ghana. Because she was born with a hearing and speech impairment, Adisah was not given the opportunity to attend school. Years later, she received the care she needed at the Garu Community Based Rehab Centre. The centre – which assists people living with disabilities to overcome challenges and access vocational support – offered Adisah training in agricultural production. Adisah worked very hard and soon became a successful farmer. Together with her husband Salam, they are producing enough food for their three children. Salam recently remarked, My wife is a blessing to me. I thank God for the support from the centre and PWS&D to make us what we are today.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 12th, 2017 - Session Meeting 7:30

NOTE; Theology on Tap will resume Monday, March 6th, talking about the book The Politics of Jesus by Obery Hendricks. We can get a discount on the book if we order ten copies by January 10th. Please let M.J. or Erin know if you want a copy of the book - soon.

MORE LEXOPHILES

Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana.

Those who get too big for their britches will be exposed in the end.

Thieves who steal corn from a garden could be charged with stalking.

A short fortune teller who escaped from prison was a small medium at large.

The roundest knight at King Arthurs round table was Sir Cumference.

Have a good week - MB