Fairview Christian School

November 16, 2014

Sunday Morning
9:00 Prayer Time
9:25 Singing, Announcements, Offering
Song Leader – Brian Fox
Offering – Leadership Support
9:45 Sermon – Jason Fox
10:30 Singing
10:40 Sunday School Classes for All Ages
Lesson Title: “Naomi & Ruth”
11:30 Singing in Auditorium & Dismissal

Sunday Evening – Children’s Ministry Thanksgiving Meal
5:30 PM at Fairview School Gym

Wednesday Evening, November 19, 7:30 PM – Small Groups
Jason Reed will be speaking to youth and adults.

Hostess: Nov 16 – Anita Burkholder          Nov 23 – Beth Gehman

Greeters: Nov 16 – Eli & Bonnie Sensenig          Nov 23 – Roy & Doris Good

Birthdays – God bless your day!
Nov 17 – Willis Petersheim
Nov 17 – Harry Hanna
Nov 17 – Kurt Nolt
Nov 18 – Jose Vazquez – 12 years old
Nov 19 – Rose Schaeffer (Luci’s mom)
Nov 21 – Jeff Weaver
Nov 21 – Rachelle Weaver – 9 years old
Nov 21 – Gracie Arentz – 7 years old
Nov 22 – Stanley Martin

Looking Ahead
Wed, Nov 26 – No evening service
Thurs, Nov 27, 9:30 AM – District Thanksgiving Service at Blandon
Speaker: Joel Stauffer (Lebanon Valley)
Sat, Nov 29 – Keystone Youth Activity

We Really Do Need One Another
During a hike in the woods, a troop of Boy Scouts came across an abandoned railroad track. Each, in turn, tried walking the rails, but eventually lost his balance and tumbled off.
Suddenly two of the boys, after considerable whispering, bet that they could both walk the entire length of the track without falling off. Challenged to make good their boast, the two boys jumped upon opposite rails, extended their hands to balance each other, and walked the entire section of track with no difficulty whatever.
This, in a nutshell, is an important principle of life. The day of the hermit, the lone wolf, and the self-made man is gone forever. Made in the image of God, we are so constituted that we thrive on partnership, companionship, and fellowship. We do things better, we produce more, and we live happier by helping one another. The person who lends a helping hand discovers that he benefits himself as he helps the other. When we don’t support one another, our lives begin to get off track. We really do need one another.
–Mike Clayton, from Church Bulletin Bits #3

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