I hope you all have had the opportunity to enjoy your Mother's Day this past weekend. I trust you spoiled those moms nearest and dearest to you...at least called anyway!
Just to catch you up, it has been a busy past couple of weeks with the ending of our Prime Time Student Ministry for the summer, our thank you dinner for all our Prime Time Volunteers and know we hit Graduation season here in Iowa. The parties started this past weekend and continue through Sunday, with the culmination being the WCHS Graduation Ceremony on Sunday afternoon beginning at 2pm in Jeff gym. Also, this Wednesday WCHS is hosting their annual awards ceremony, dinner and Baccalaureate service. we are excited about his for a few reasons. First, one of our seniors at WCCOC is Lydia Sinnett and she will be 1 of 2 students speaking at the Baccalaureate service followed by myself. I consider it a real privilege to speak and am looking forward to it. And that's not all our church praise team has been asked to lead the worship time at the service. we are all excited about being involved in this years celebration.
VERSE OF THE WEEK - James 1:27 (The Message)
Anyone who sets himself up as "religious" by talking a good game is self-deceived. This kind of religion is hot air and only hot air. Real religion, the kind that passes muster before God the Father, is this: Reach out to the homeless and loveless in their plight, and guard against corruption from the godless world.
VIDEO OF THE WEEK - "THE MALE SOPRANO"
Click on the title above or click here to see Britain's Got Talent performer Greg Pritchard perform. You'll amazed at what you hear from this "ROCKER?!"
LINK OF THE WEEK - Webster City Church of Christ
Finally! Our church website is up and running! You can click on the link above or here to be taken to our site. Vic has done a wonderful job getting all the information from our staff and volunteers onto the site. Thanks Vic!
QUOTE OF THE WEEK -
"Faith is a living and unshakable confidence. a belief in God so assured that a man would die a thousand deaths for its sake." -- Martin Luther