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These men are asked to assist in worship. Thank you for your service.

Sunday, December 15 10:00am Worship Announce.: David Brown


Songs: 1st Prayer: 2nd Prayer: Scripture:

Sunday, December 22 10:00am Worship Announce.: Jeff Foster


Songs: 1st Prayer: 2nd Prayer: Scripture:

John Alexander
David Brown Merle Roehr Sonny DeLong
Ruth 4.9-10

John Alexander
Jeff Foster Jordan Alexander Everett Neha
Lamentations 3.21-24

Children And Marriage


How do you decide who to marry? You got to find somebody who likes the same stuff. Like, if you like sports, she should like it that you like sports, and she should keep the chips and dips coming. (Alan, age 10) No person really decides before they grow up who theyre going to marry. God decides it all way before, and you get to find out later who youre stuck with.
(Kristen, age 10)

from a survey of children on the subject of marriage

From a past Teen Christmas Party . . . way back in 2010.


Anna Kays (DeLong, at the time), Jordan Alexander, Jared Alexander & Halee Peterson

Communion:

Jared Alexander Daniel Atchison Norman Atchison Lonnie Martinez Jeff Foster Seven Days That Changed The World:
Day 6 (Old Testament)

Communion:

Will Barbour Jim Christian Virgil Morgan Jovito Sabal Jeff Foster Seven Days That Changed The World:
Day 7 (Old Testament)

What do you think your mom and dad have in common? Both dont want any more kids. (Lori, age 8) What do most people do on a date? Dates are for having fun, and people should use them to get to know each other. Even boys have something to say if you listen long enough. (Lynnette, age 8) On the first date, they just tell each other lies and that usually gets them interested enough to go for a second date. (Martin, age 10) What would you do on a first date that was turning sour? Id run home and play dead. The next day I would call all the newspapers and make sure they wrote about me in all the dead columns. (Craig, age 9)

Message:

Message:

1000 E. Green Ave. Gallup, New Mexico 87301 505/722-2937 Email: gallupcofc@gmail.com Join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gallupcofc On the Web at www.gallupchurchofchrist.com
Cl. Prayer:

Greg Peterson Merle Roehr

Cl. Prayer: Prayer for Responses:

Bill Lopez Clifton Tuggle

Sunday Bible Classes @ 9:00am Sunday Worship @ 10:00am & 6:00pm Wednesday Bible Classes @ 7:00pm
John Alexander 722-9107 David Brown 722-3476 Jeff Foster 405/664-7042 Greg Peterson 863-2051 Merle Roehr 863-4188 Clifton Tuggle 722-6970

Prayer for Responses:

What is the right age to get married? Twenty-three is the best age because you know the person FOREVER by then. (Camille, age 10) No age is good to get married at. You got to be a fool to get married. (Freddie, age 6) How can a stranger tell if two people are married? You might have to guess, based on whether they seem to be yelling at the same kids. (Derrick, age 8)

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Sunday, December 15 6:00pm Worship Songs: Jovito Sabal


1st Prayer: Message:

Sunday, December 22 6:00pm Worship Songs: Daniel Atchison


1st Prayer: Message:

Campus at 12 Theta Street


PO Box 58 Gallup, NM 87305

Jim Wilson Jeff Foster One Mothers Noble Desire (Pt. 2)


Matthew 20.17-28

Merle Roehr Jeff Foster Open Our Eyes


Matthew 20.29-34

505/863-5530 mnch.org Jim Christian, Superintendent

When is it okay to kiss someone? When theyre rich. (Pam, age 7) The law says you have to be eighteen, so I wouldnt want to mess with that. (Curt, age 7) The rule goes like this: If you kiss someone, then you should marry them and have kids with them. Its the right thing to do. (Howard, age 8)
Is it better to be single or married? Its better for girls to be single but not for boys. Boys need someone to clean up after them. (Anita, age 9) How would the world be different if people didn t get married? There sure would be a lot of kids to explain, wouldn t there? (Kelvin, age 8) How would you make a marriage work? Tell your wife that she looks pretty, even if she looks like a truck. (Ricky, age 10) He better bring me roses . . . like EVERY day. (Desiree,
age 9)

Norman Atchison 863-9314 Greg Peterson David Brown Lynn Dunson Clifton Tuggle Will Barbour 778-5971 Jim Wilson 722-5661

Board of Directors

Cl. Prayer:

Clifton Tuggle

Cl. Prayer:

Aaron Kays

Jeff Foster 405/664-7042

Broadcast locally on Sundays


Comcast cable channel 9 @ 6:30am

Wednesday, December 18 Songs: Jeff Foster Message: David Brown

Wednesday, December 25 Songs: Merle Roehr Message: Jeff Foster

Communion December: Jeff & Nancy Foster Preparation January: Can you volunteer?
My lips will glorify You because Your faithful love is better than life. Psalm 63.3

Please let Jeff Foster know of announcements that need to be posted and of updates for our prayer list.
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Puzzles are by Jeff Foster and are based on the NIV Bible.
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Marvin & Joyce Carter, uncle and aunt


of Jeff Foster, are both in very poor health. They live in El Campo, Texas.
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Lou Miller, mother of Lisa Graham,


passed away on December 1. She lived in Texas. Colin & Lisa Graham live in Northern Ireland, where they serve as missionaries.

Youth Christmas Party


for youth 6th grade & younger

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TODAY @ 3:00pm
Bring a wrapped $3 gift
Well also bake cookies for the local fire stations

Gina Houghtaling continues with chemotherapy.

Christmas Party for the Ladies


for ALL ladies, YOUNG & OLD

Carolyn Kays, grandmother of Aaron


Kays, is seriously ill. She lives in California.

Brandy Whitson, a friend of John & Karen Alexander from Frederick, Oklahoma, has end-stage leukemia and is in Hospice care. He is married with young children.

Tuesday, December 17
Supper will be served at 5:30pm If you will be attending, please let Anna Kays know TODAY
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Continue to remember . . .

Dylan & Amanda Arroyo (trans. CA) Phillip Bustamante (rec. from stroke) Colin & Lisa Graham (Ireland mission) Nathan Harding (personal issues) Rosemary John (health) Clifford King (USMC basic training) Ted Kingery (health & joint pain) Jerry Meaders (heart & spine) James Neal (vein blockage in leg) Amanda Newman (AIM in Lubbock) Jeremey Richardson (nerves in back) Gary Riley (recovery from back surg.) Chris Riley (recovery from back surg.) Carter Sexton (health, infection) Joyce Sexton (melanoma, health) Gloria Thornberry (cancer) Clifton Tuggle (nerves in hip & leg) Roy Webster (health) Jim Wilson (eyes) Kason Windham (respiratory issues) George Worthy (COPD)

ona Emiliana Memorial School is located in the Philippines. It was devastated in Typhoon Haiyan that struck that nation on November 8. Nolle & Annabelle Balgua are raising funds to help this school rebuild. Can you help? If you can, please give your contribution to one of the elders, and they will include it with a check that the church will give to the Balguas.

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Christmas
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for EVERYONE

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Friday, December 20
meet at the church building at 6:30pm we will eat PIZZA & then go caroling following the caroling:

n Wednesday, December 25, we will have a 5:30pm assembly at our building. This will be a short devotional service. There will be NO assembly at 7:00pm on December 25.

Find And Circle:

6 Verse 1 Words 5 Verse 5 Nations 4 Places in Verses 18-20 3 Verse 9 Body Parts 2 Two Pillars in Verse 22 1 His Bones Were Taken in 19
Answers to Last Weeks 6-5-4-3-2-1:

at Jeff & Nancy s House (1 Theta St.)


n Wednesday, January 1, we will meet at 7:00pm for singing. Afterwards, we will have a New Years Party in the fellowship room. Please bring finger foods and games. ALL ages are invited to stay and celebrate the arrival of 2014.

bring a wrapped $5 gift & a dessert


COLLEGE students & PARENTS are invited

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H I T T I T E S V H O T U

A C F I R S T B O R N P O

N J E B U S I T E S H Y L

D A N I M A L H T D T G C

A M O R I T E S H N O E D

S E T I N A A N A C C R G

P A E S D E R M M F C I F

I G N I R P S F F O U F D

L S E T I V I H P E S O J

ACROSS 1- God asks, v. 14 (pt. 1) 9- Retirement option 11- God asks, v. 13 12- Military mailing addr. 13- Farm animals 15- Harmful construction Material 18- Photograph 20- Theyre washed in v.4 21- Wisconsin radio sta. 23- Algerian folk music 24- Gods promise in verse 10 (part 4/4) 25- Abrahams final number to God 26- Catcher for the 1950s New York Yankees 31- Abrahams question to God in v. 23 (pt. 2) 32- Abrahams home 33- Rear of plane or boat 35- Theyre seen in v. 3 36- Gods promise in verse 10 (part 3/4) 39- Employees collective 40- Sarahs retort in v. 15 43- The Swoosh company 44- Building add-on 46- Served in verse 8 47- Hes visited in ch. 18 49- Abraham, in v. 11 50- Sodoms partner 52- Abrahams tent was located near there 54- Abrahams question to God in v. 23 (pt. 1)
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DOWN 1- Gods promise in verse 10 (part 1/4) 2- Adj. of swimming 3- Shout of excitement 4- Some have more, some have less 5- Greek Ns 6- Visitors to Abraham 7- Serpentine stone 8- Dirty old man 9- God said of Abraham, in verse 19 10- Gods promise in verse 10 (part 2/4) 14- Bring forth life 16- Grain measure in v. 6 17- Lots home 19- Abraham served it 21- Abrahams question to God in v. 23 (pt. 3) 22- St. intersector 27- Kings headpiece 28- MNCH street 29- God asks, v. 14 (pt. 2) 30- NM is a part 34- Thrown hard 36- Darth Vader, once 37- Early 7th C. year 38- Poohs friend 40- Belief in impersonal God 41- Capitol of Senegal 42- Noahs son 45- The standard 47- Middle East denizens 48- Medieval goblet 50- Clarified butter in India 51- Prefix meaning acute 53- Old Testament king
A V A L O I N G I D O U T C M J E T L O D D O F D O R E Y O N U S O U H I R E A T D O Y O D D E S B L I N D A S G W G G U N W H E T N I N O T S O W I T H Y O U W A N U O M O T H E R Y D I L E S U A S T E D B S O D C R U C I F I E D L L L O N R A W H A T I S I T Y O U W A N T I N R A N S O M O C K E D