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"If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land "

2 Chronicles 7:14

 

TULIA, TEXAS

May 19, 2019

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Church Family News

 Our Prayer List

PLEASE CONTINUE TO PRAY:

** Carolyn Stewart will be returning to Dallas in two weeks for more tests. Please keep her in your prayers.

** After Gaye's tests in Houston, Don and Gaye Young have traveled to Georgia to visit with family.

** Brian Bailey will be installed as deacon today. We appreciate Brian's willingness to serve in this capacity.

 

            

Also keep these people in your hearts and prayers:

 

Our service men and women, AIM Mission Teams, College Students, Ray Jennings, Melody Jennings, Darla Young, Linda Hodges, Dwight McCrary, Gaye Young, Joe Ruiz, Gigi Barlow, Wynelle Waldo, David George, Jimmie Scott, Cierra Perkins, Terry Cash, Mary Ann Garcia, Lanelle Dovel, Dwight Rampley, Noe Jackson, Mickey White, Charles McKone, Yvonne Nevins, Lisa Collier, Jordyn Boyett, Lena Allison, Larry Mondragon, Alvin Moudy, Joe Burks, Barbara Lamb

 

 

   

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Please check the activity table for details on all of

these upcoming events.

** The family day picnic is today, May 19th, after morning services. We will meet at Group Picnic Pavilion #1 at Caprock Canyon State Park near Quitaque for a potluck luncheon of sandwiches, chips, dips, and desserts. Tea and water will be provided. You may bring soft drinks and juices. In the evening, hamburgers and hot dogs will be prepared and served. The cost to enter the park is $5.00 per person 13 and older. Hope to see you there!

** We will not have a family movie night this evening.

** The Children's Home of Lubbock is asking us to collect snack sized Ziploc bags. Please bring your bags to the church office before this Friday, May 24th.

** The Comanche Trail congregation is hosting a retirement celebration for Loran and Mary Harper on Sunday, May 26th, from 2 to 4. Loran has served as a fulltime minister in the Texas panhandle for the past 50 years.

** Everyone is invited to a graduation party for Laura Brown at the Brown's home on Saturday, June 1st, at noon. Hamburgers and fixings will be provided. Please RSVP by calling or texting Jennifer at 627-7970.

** A going away party is planned for the Waldo's on Sunday, June 9th, after evening services. Please bring sandwiches, chips, dips or desserts and join us to help wish Glen and Toni well as they move to Vernon, TX.

 

          

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WELCOME TO CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST!!!

If you are visiting us today, we are honored you chose us. We hope that today's time together will help deepen your relationship with God and widen your circle of friends.

We are a church family who seeks to follow Jesus and be true to the Bible.

Please stay around after our assembly so that we might get to know you better.

Thank you again for worshipping with us today.

 

 

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ELDERS

Mike Allison, Toby Brown

Larry Stewart, Daryl Tucker

 

DEACONS

Richard Combest, Ross James,

Kevin Leatherman,

Bobby Moudy, Danny Tucker

 

MINISTERS

Tim Johnson, Delphine Ruiz

 

 

 

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Schedule of Services

Sunday: Bible Class...9:30 a.m.

Worship...10:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday: Bible Study...9:30 a.m.

Bible Study...6:00 p.m.

1st and 3rd Sundays of the month...potluck followed

by early afternoon service.

 

CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST

3rd & Donley, PO Box 357, Tulia, Texas 79088

806-995-2561

www.coctulia.org

 

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Because the Lord is my

Shepherd, I have everything

I need! He lets me rest in

meadow grass and leads me

beside the quiet streams.

Psalm 23:1-2 TLB

 

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MONTHLY REMINDERS:

 

May

Mission Contribution

19th -- Caprock Canyons Picnic

 

 

 

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    Happy Birthday

May

23rd-Kathy Carlisle

 

 SUMMER SERIES - 2016 & 2017 & 2018

 

All Lessons are available at

www.coctulia.org/sermons

 

 

  

   www. coctulia.org

Check our website for current information about Central. It is updated weekly.

 

 TWO GREAT RESOURCES

Did you know we have two great resources at the church for study? Have you looked at the church library in a while? We are always adding new books to it. Also, have you checked out the sermon tape library? There are many good topics there also.

 

 

 
Our Youth

 

 

 

  

Have you seen the church's website?

www.coctulia.org

 

Stop by and check it out.

 

 

Thoughts

Marriage Is Like Canoeing

You might compare the single life and the married life to someone who is crossing a body of water.

You can take a kayak (usually a single seat) and have full control of where you go and how fast you get there. Or, you can take a canoe with two seats. If you've ever been in a canoe, you know that you have to work together. If you don't, you will end up going around in circles or zig-zagging across the water. It can be frustrating.

Canoes are known for tipping over when those in them don't know what they're doing. But when you are in a canoe with a person who works with you, you have someone to share the burden of paddling, someone to share the journey with.

The single life has its advantages. Like the person in the kayak, you have full control of where you go and what you do. You can give your full attention to God. But the married life also is a blessing. Yes, like taking two in a canoe, it will require work, cooperation, and communication. But you'll have a partner to share the journey with, to encourage one another, rejoice together, cry together, and to work together until you reach the destination.

Regardless of your relationship status, love those around you with the love of Jesus.

1 Peter 4:8
8 Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.

I love you all,
Tim

 

  

       

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 AIMERS

Andrew Shipley - Baltimore, MD

Megan Shipley - Wickliffe, KY

 

 

 

             

 “WORLD MISSIONS: Beginning in Tulia”

SUPPORTED MISSIONS

Bible Chair

High Plains Children Home

AIM

Sunset School of Preaching

 

 

 

 

   

Elder & Deacon Serving List

YOUTH:

Elders - Toby Brown

Deacons - Bobby Moudy

 

WORSHIP:

Elders -Toby Brown, Larry Stewart

Deacons - Bobby Moudy

 

BENEVOLENCE:

Elders - Larry Stewart, Daryl Tucker

Deacons - Bobby Moudy, Ross James

 

OUTREACH:

Elders -

Deacons - Ross James, Richard Combest, Danny Tucker

 

MISSIONS:

Elders - Toby Brown, Mike Allison

Deacons -

 

FELLOWSHIP:

Elders - Larry Stewart, Daryl Tucker

Deacons - Richard Combest, Danny Tucker

 

MAINTENANCE:

Elders - Larry Stewart, Daryl Tucker

Deacons - Kevin Leatherman, Bobby Moudy, Danny Tucker

 

SPIRITUAL TRAINING:

Elders - Toby Brown, Mike Allison

Deacons - Ross James

 

 

Thought for the Week

Proverbs 26:12 -- Do you see a person wise in their own eyes?

There is more hope for a fool than for them.