God, I want to live with an attitude of gratitude, starting right now! I thank you so much for loving me and for blessing me. Help me see the positive things in life and to thank You for them.
Month: March 2017
It’s not too late! Keep the recipes coming!!
Calling all Scottsburg United Methodist friends to submit your favorite recipes by April 1, 2017. We are making a new church cookbook and will look forward to receiving your delicious recipes for: Appetizers, Salads, Vegetables, Meat, Desserts, & Miscellaneous. Please drop your recipe off at the church office or you can submit it by email to: email@example.com.
On April 16, at 6:30 a.m. the Scottsburg United Methodist Choir and friends will present: “The Tomb is Empty Now,” written by Joel Lindsey and Cliff Duren, and directed by Bill Henderson. Featured soloists will include: Pastor Valerie Wilson, Kathy Dodds, Connie Kenninger, Malvina Craig and Bill Henderson.
Yes, Spring has arrived and so have the weeds, onions and other unwanted pests. Please consider helping with our gardens in preparation for Easter and Mother’s Day. Bring your gloves and any other tools you may want to use.
We would also like to remove the damaged ceiling tiles in the kitchen storage room and will need to empty the room in preparation.
THANKS and hope to see you at the church.
Prayer Starter: God, I want to experience Your power in my thought life. I choose to focus on Your goodness and Your love for me. No matter what negative thought comes my way, I know that You are so much bigger and better.
“The Insanity of God” is the true story of missionaries Nik and Ruth Ripken. After the death of their son, this ordinary couple journeys into the depths of the persecuted church, asking the question – IS JESUS WORTH IT?
How does faith survive, let alone flourish in the places of the world that are overcome with the darkness of sin, despair and hopelessness? Join the Ripkens as they tell the story of being taught by believers in persecution “how to follow Jesus, how to love Jesus, and how to walk with Him day by day even when it doesn’t make sense.”
This 90 minute film is based on the best-selling book “The Insanity of God,” (BH Publishing) and is released in association with the International Mission Board (IMB).
Come to the Scottsburg United Methodist Church, 615 South Honeyrun Parkway, on March 26th at 6:00 p.m. to witness the Ripken’s tell their amazing true story!
Immediately following the movie, International Mission Board President David Platt will host a Q&A with the Ripken’s answering many of those pressing questions we’re dying to know!
Admission is free and no advance registration needed!