Maranatha email for March 4, 2018

Greetings, Maranatha friends,

We’re now in the midst of Maranatha March Madness! Let’s pack the house Sunday for the fourth lesson in Dr. Joel Panciera’s thought-provoking series, “Is There a Limit to God’s Love?”

Daylight Saving Time starts this Sunday. Spring forward an hour on Saturday, and plan to be in class a little early again. Joel will start teaching promptly at 9:45 so that he can leave to rehearse the choir, then we will conduct class business at the conclusion of his lesson.

You can find last Sunday’s recording here: http://www.bostonavenue.org/uploads/media/audio/180304maranatha.mp3 .

Welcome to our visitor, Susan Hamilton’s granddaughter Emma.

Thanks to Sharon Earley and Julee and Jim Embrey for our refreshments and to Bob Russell for our prayer last week. Snacks this Sunday will be provided by Rick and Melanie Evans and Lynn Russell, and Carol Maus will lead us in prayer.

Happy birthday to Ruth Giessen, Kenny King and Kendall Carpenter. Happy anniversary to Christi and Kramer Luks, Pam and John Sherman, and Michelle and Kirk Place.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Cooking Class (an auction item) is set for March 31. The auction dinner at the Carpenters’ will take place on April 7, for those who purchased it, and BASE Camp is April 22nd.

We will have a brunch with the Pilgrimage Class on Easter, April 1.

Thanks to Mickey and Carol Maus for representing us at Discover Boston Avenue last Sunday.

The Maranatha Finance Committee has received donation suggestions, and they will be reporting back to us very soon.

JOYS AND CONCERNS:

Charlotte Rowe’s cousin Nadene is dealing with complications from a recent hip replacement.

David Cooley is now recovering at the Select Specialty Hospital, 1125 South Trenton – room 306. He has dialysis on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, but welcomes visits and calls. His phone number is 918-645-5863.

Walter Berg will have a biopsy on March 12 to test for cancer.

Angie Dale’s mother is back home at Methodist Manor after being hospitalized last week.

Clarkie Williams is awaiting test results, and is thankful that her older brother Freddie is ok.

Paul Staat was back at M.D.Anderson Hospital in Houston last week and is getting help for his neuropathy. He has also been diagnosed with fibromyalgia.

Please keep all of these in your prayers. Hope to see you Sunday!

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