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In Our Prayers

Prayer Focus: This week, let’s join in Paul’s prayer asking God to help us live in such harmony with each other that we may join together in one voice in glorifying God. Pray that God’s Spirit in us will help us pursue peace and unity.

  • Jerry Davis is at home under the care of Hospice of East Texas. Visitors are welcome. Phyllis is reluctant to leave him by himself, so if you are available to sit with Jerry for a while so Phyllis can have a break to run errands, etc., that would be welcome.
  • Terry Dean is at the Center at Grande, room 347, undergoing physical therapy. Visitors are welcome.
  • Continue to pray for the preacher search and the members of the search team.

Souper Bowl

The annual PATH Canned Soup Drive is here! Soup is a warm, nutritious and inexpensive meal. You can help tackle hunger by donating canned soup through February 27. Look for the big red containers around the church building. Help us make a huge impact in our community by providing a warm, healthy meal to those in need.

Adult Education Ministry Team

There will be an Adult Education Ministry Team meeting this Sunday, January 26, immediately after services in Adult 5. All those interested in helping are invited to attend.

RISE Student Ministry

Youth Areawide: This Sunday, January 26, Alpine Church of Christ, Longview. Meet at Glenwood at 3:50 p.m. and bring $3 for food. 
RISE Ministry Team Meeting: February 2, at 11:30 a.m. Anyone and everyone interested or invested in the RISE Student Ministry is welcome to attend. 
MASH: February 8. Location and time TBD. 
Parent and Teen Gathering: All RISE parents and students are encouraged to join us on Saturday, February 22, for a time of fellowship and relationship building. Please make plans to join us. More information coming soon. 
Spring Retreat: We will have our annual RISE Spring Retreat on March 27–29. This retreat is open to students 6th–12 grade. More information, including cost and location, coming soon. 
Parent Guide: Want to follow up at home with what your students are learning in class? Check out our Parent Guide. It has three weeks of ideas that will let you engage your student in a variety of ways. In this series we are learning about what it means to have real friends. Check out the Parent Guide or ask Steven for more details.

An Evening with Bob Goff

You are invited to An Evening with Bob Goff, hosted by PATH, Thursday, January 30 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Flint Baptist Church. Bob Goff is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of Love Does and Everybody Always. For tickets and information, visit pathhelps.org.

Baby Shower

You are invited to a baby boy shower honoring Charlie Jo Chavez on Sunday, February 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Kearby Dickeson, 600 Windsor Place in Tyler. Selections are at Target and Amazon. 

Family Mission Trip

Come with us to Honduras, June 21–28, 2020, as we work alongside Predisan to serve God and His people there. For details, contact Steven Smith.

Ladies’ Bible Class

Ladies’ Bible Class meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Gathering Place. For more information, contact Cynthia Manning at (903) 245-0737.

Dishes Pickup

There are a number of unclaimed dishes that have been left behind from various events. Please stop by to see if any belong to you. Dishes will be on the counter in the hallway between Adult 6 and 7.

Sunday Morning Class Series

Although separated by nearly two thousand years of history, there are many similarities between the church in Corinth and the world of today. The Corinthian church was riveted by factions that threatened to tear it apart. Paul had to handle strong differences of opinion among the Christians on such topics as marriage, lawsuits, meat sacrificed to idols, worship, and Christian doctrine. Similarly, the world today—and all too often the church as well—is in danger of a terminal fragmentation, a new tribalism.

In this Sunday morning class series, discover not only the original meaning of I & II Corinthians, but also how Paul’s message can speak powerfully today. Join us Sundays at 9 a.m. in the adult classrooms. 

Wednesday Night Series

What time is it? Where did all the time go? Does time really fly when you’re having fun? What am I doing with my time? In the video series, “Time of Your Life,” Andy Stanley will help you discover that answer. Don’t waste another second. Join us tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Gathering Place.

Volunteers needed to help facilitate Wednesday night class discussion. See Virginia Chambers if you are willing to help.