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THE WLBC BULLETIN

West Lynchburg Baptist Church
June 23, 2013 Volume 3, Issue 25

“The church with heart in the heart of the city.”

Just Around The Corner...
They Can Not Do It Alone Our summer interns have been given a big job to do. It will result in much needed information that will help our church serve this community as God intends. But as they have found going door to door, the two of them will not be able to do this alone. So with that stated, please volunteer to help them...help them survey our community ...on the Saturdays listed, 9am—12pm. Though a plea for help was put in the E-Bulletin for a couple weeks already...no one showed up to help on June 15. Please help on at least one of these next dates. Thank you! June 29 July 13 July 27 *Email or call the office if you are willing to help: office@wlbc.org or 845-4600.
In this issue:
Just Around The Corner The Week at a Glance

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Memory Verse, Members & Missions Somethings Old Somethings New
Deacon of the Week +

Staff Info

We need all members who can pray for the Baltimore Mission Team to sign-up for the prayer vigil on Bulletin Board. ~Thank You~
Here is the list of people going on the Baltimore Mission Trip: Jonathon & Nicole Bacon Steve & Judy Creasy Leon Hassenpflug Danny, Robin & Josh Jennings Randy Kent Ecna Krebs Patsy Leftwich Russ & Carol Minerich Catherine Parker Robert & Vicky Putt Charles & Benita Ripley Mark Robertson Irvine St. Vilus Joe, Jean & Jackie Szymanski Susan Tyree Ken & Barbara Vosper ~ Please be praying for them for safe travel and for the Spirit of the Lord to fill them as they do His work this coming week.

Staff Member on Call June 21—23 Randy Kent 434.665.6880

Wednesday Night Suppers will resume in the Fall.

The Week at a Glance
I believe that nothing I deserve to be ashamed of will ever make me unacceptable to God. —Lewis B. Smedes Opportunities for the Week
Sunday, June 23 9:00 AM Instrumental Ensemble 9:15 AM Library Open 9:45 AM Sunday School for all ages 11:00 AM KIDS in Worship: “Asking God” 11:00 AM Morning Worship 12:00 PM Baltimore Mission Team leaving 5:30 PM Game Room open for EDGE 6:30 PM EDGE Student Worship (in Sanctuary) 6:30 PM Evening Worship Tuesday, June 25 11:30 AM S.W.A.T. -(Seniors Walking & Talking) 6:30 PM First Place 4 Health—College Room 6:45 PM Sewing Class—Patty’s House Wednesday, June 26 6:30 PM EDGE Gr. 7—12 6:30 PM Bible Study/Prayer Meeting 7:30 PM Sanctuary Choir 8:50 PM Praise Team Rehearsal

A Special Note To: CentriKID Parents Don’t forget to come to the Parent Meeting on Sunday, June 30, after the morning service.

Don’t forget to bring your child’s camp paperwork with you. It can be notarized by Phyllis Moldenke at the meeting or by another notary before the meeting. Pam Anderson, in the church office, is a notary. She is available weekdays until 2pm. You must sign the paperwork in the presence of the notary and show ID if the notary doesn’t know you..

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Memory Verse, Members and Missions
Psalm 1:3 “That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither— whatever they do prospers.” NIV
Let’s help LBA!

Welcome New Members
John & Case Bohannon 1207 Ashton Ct., Goode 24556 Ph: 540.867.5556 Deacon: Jay Harrison as of Wed. — June 19 Lynchburg General: Frank Green—E286 VA Baptist: NONE

Hospitalized

1 John 3:8 ”Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and truth.”

Don’t Miss Your Chance to Bless and Be Blessed...The Needs are Many Prayer GUIDE for 60 Days of Passionate Prayer
(7 to be listed each week) 15 Women take on leadership roles in associational WMU. You are faithful, Father, to provide a willingness among theses women to serve You beyond their churches. Thank You for them. (Lift up the names of these women.) 16 Thank You, Lord, for groupings of churches called associations. Guide the work of my association and my director of missions, ____________, as we work together for the missions cause. 17 How grateful I am, Lord, that there are women and men who are willing to lead our WMU missions organizations (Mission Friends, GA, RA, Children in Action, Acteens, Challengers, Youth on Mission, myMISSION, Women on Mission, Adults on Mission and Families on Mission). Thank You for the foundations they shape in willing lives. (Pray by name for WMU organization leaders in your church.) 18 Thank You, Lord, for the ministry of summer missions camping. May these be times for children and youth to center on You. Guide their moments away from outside distractions to focus on Your call to them. 19 We are humbled and sometimes fearful that You ask us to address the critical issues that face people every day. They are far beyond our understanding. Equip us to know how to infuse Your love in situations that seem too hard for us. 20 Father, bring our nation to its knees before You. Renew us as Christians spiritually. Confront those who don’t know You with Your strong love. 21 Father, may we realize that “the success of missions and our prayers are linked together” (Annie Armstrong). Remind me to pray often.

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Musical Growth and Enrichment Opportunities at WLBC Music Reading Class - Sunday Evenings – July and August (5:15-6:15 PM) Have you always wondered what all those dots and lines on a sheet of music mean. Come and find out. We will start from the very begging and cover as much ground as we can. This class is open to any interested individual so come and invite a family member or friend. Learning to Ring Handbells - Tuesday Evenings July 2 – August 27 (6:45 – 7:45 PM) This class is designed to teach experienced musicians to learn the art of handbell ringing. So if you play an instrument, have played one in the past , or have some other musical experience where you learned to read rhythms (through eighth notes) I invite you come and have some fun as we learn to ring. This class is open to anyone in the community so please help me spread the word. If you are interested please call Randy (434-845-4600) or drop him an e-mail (rkent@wlbc.org) so that adequate preparations can be made.

SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD

SOMETHINGS NEW SOMETHINGS NEW

Sign-up NOW!
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SOMETHINGS NEW

Eagle Eyrie:

Sept 27 & 28 $40 pays for everything: room; all meals; all linens; materials; & book.

Sewing Class continues this summer!
6:45pm—9:00pm Call Patty Portnoy: 1-540-986-8554 *Join at anytime...at any level. No sewing machine needed!

Tuesdays

SOMETHINGS NEW

Vacation Bible School
~ SIGN SIGN-UP ONLINE ~
3yrs - 6th grade July 22—26 9am — 12pm

Tell Others!

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Serving, Laughing, Playing & Praying…Because WLBC Members Live Life With Hope

Deacon of the Week: Scott Werthman 434.385.4201 Scott’s Deacon Families Russ Bowling Kevin Creasey Glenna Davis Jakob & Brooke Dolan Celeste Dyer Robert & Judy Gillispie June Goff Melanie Hall Audrey Hatem Gary, Liz & Lori Hutcherson Cecil, Donna & Daniel Kendrick Dorothy Lippincott
Bible Quiz Fifty days after the Resurrection, a number of people who believed that Jesus was the long-awaited Christ gathered in a Jerusalem home. Suddenly, a sound like a violent wind filled the house and something like tongues of fire rested on each person. They became filled with the Holy Spirit and their faces glowed with holiness. They began to utter other languages that the Spirit had given them the sudden ability to speak. It was an uncanny occurrence, one which the church recalls with awe and appreciation every Pentecost. In a way, the unique and powerful experience was the birthday of the church. So many people were filled with the Spirit that their enthusiasm and charisma influenced a large number of other people to become Christians that very day. On that day how many people “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship?” A. 2,000 B. 3,000 C. 4,000 D. 5,000 The answer can be found in Acts 2:41.
Pray for the unreached people of India.

A little girl attending her first wedding was impressed with the lovely white gown the bride was wearing. After a while, she whispered to her mother, “Why is the bride dressed in white?” Bending down and whispering softly in the child’s ear, she answered, “Because white is the color of happiness.” The child then glanced over at the groom and the groomsmen in their black tuxedos. She whispered again, “Mom, why is the groom dressed in black? Shouldn’t he be happy, too?”

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“On mission to glorify Jesus Christ and reach people for the family of God. “

STAFF

We’re on the Web www.wlbc.org and Facebook!

Dr. Robert Putt, Pastor rputt@wlbc.org Cell Phone: 434.841.6886 845.4600 EXT 15

Rev. Randy Kent, Minister of Music & Senior Adults rkent@wlbc.org Cell Phone: 434.665.6880 845.4600 EXT 13

Vance Matthews, Minister of students vmatthews@wlbc.org Cell Phone: 910.814.7200 845.4600 EXT 14

Pam Anderson (Financial) panderson@wlbc.org Nancy Johnson (Administrative) njohnson@wlbc.org Phyllis Lane (Organist) lanesk@aol.com Jeanne Kent (Pianist) kentsnforest@msn.com

Contact Us Anytime @ Office Email: office@wlbc.org

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