Sunday January 29, 2012 Budget Receipts Budget Needs To Date Budget Receipts YTD Receipts Under Budget By Revival

Offering Bible Study

$8,116.46 $85,550.00 $76,359.60 $9,190.40 $5,595.67 401

WEDNESDAY FAMILY NIGHT February 8 FAMILY SUPPER 6:00 PM Chicken & Rice, Green Beans, Salad, Rolls, Dessert EXTENDED SESSION February 5 Eddie & Debbie Duke, Jean Stokes, Betty Johnson, Rob & Lauren Millings, Bryan & Julie Cottles, Nan Jordan, Sandra Mobley, Peggy Freeman. WELCOME NEW MEMBERS BY BAPTISM Jared Duke, Lindsay Duke OUR CONDOLENCES TO: Linda King in the death of her father, Roscoe Alday of Donalsonville We gratefully thank you, our church family, for your precious prayers and visits, phone calls and godly cards, and delicious food during my illness. You have been “the hands and feet of Jesus”. Joyce & Dewey Robinson WELCOME VISITORS Deacon of the Week—Eddie Duke

February 5, 2012 Order of Worship 8:30 & 11:00AM Baptism 8:30 AM Jared Duke, Lindsay Duke Baptism 11:00 AM Katie Faythe Roland Announcements Rev. Paul Medley Prelude Organist Welcome and Memory Verse “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” Psalm 23:1 Call to Worship Let There Be Praise Chancel Choir Hymn 8 Bless the Lord, O My Soul Children’s Sermon Rev. Paul Medley Solo Hymn 508 Have Faith in God Offertory Pianist Music Witness Calvary's Love Chancel Choir Sermon Is It Over? Rev. Paul Medley 2 Chronicles 22:10-12 and 23:1 Hymn 530 I’d Rather Have Jesus Benediction Eddie Duke Postlude Organist 6:30 PM Prelude Pianist Hymn 562 Love the Lord Invocation Savannah Padgett Revival & Bible Verse Share Kelsey Harrell MARTUS “Come to the Well” “I’ll Fly Away” Personal Testimony Blair Nix Introduction Charley Rayfield SHOCKWAVE “Move” Introduction Carah Jones Interpretive Movement “I’m With You—Ruth and Naomi” Hymn 518 My Life Is In You, Lord Offertory Prayer Clint Edmunds Offertory Organist Introduction Meredith Conder SHOCKWAVE “The Revelation Song” Sermon Supporters Rev. Paul Medley Exodus 17:8-15; 2 Samuel 23:13-17; Acts 9:23-35 Hymn 555 I Love You, Lord Benediction Ty Jones

First Baptist
February 5, 2012

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Pastor Rev. Paul Medley Minister of Music Rev. Art Bruce

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The Fires of Revival burned brightly this week and continue to burn in the hearts of those who have been touched by the Spirit of the Living Lord. I praise God for all He has done during this time of revival in our church and I look forward to the great things to come out of the changed lives this week. Revival will continue as we continue to seek God's face and be obedient to Him. Troy Fripp and Benny Boggus did a wonderful job of leading us, but it was and is the Holy Spirit who spoke to our hearts and will continue to do so. We are one month into this current budget year and I am deeply concerned about our commitment to giving. An interesting statistic was brought to my attention. Of those in our church that give by envelope, the following is true.... In the 20-30 year olds there is not recorded givers. In the 31-40 year olds there are 17 recorded givers. In the 41-50 year olds there are 41 recorded givers. In the 51-60 year olds there are 36 recorded givers. In the 61-70 year olds there are 38 recorded givers. In the 71 and above there are 84 recorded givers. I do not know who gives what, but this tells me that not everyone is equally committed to giving. Please pray about your need to give to the work of the Lord in this place. Begin with a tithe. I look forward to seeing you in worship today. Paul REVIVAL CHOIR! I am truly grateful to those who served in the Revival Choir this week. We were blessed to have my friend Benny Boggus and his wife Jane with us to lead our music. Benny’s sweet spirit and musicianship helped us, as servants, to use our gifts to praise and honor the Lord. Thanks to the Chancel Choir members, Saints Alive Choir and others who

added their voices in praise. A special word of thanks to the Adult Ensemble and Ben Mitchell for leading us Wednesday night. Ben did a great job on the drum set. Thanks, also to Joy Burrell and Mildred Betts for providing the snack supper each evening. We couldn’t have done it without you! “...and let it begin in me.” FELLOWSHIP CLUB FEBRUARY MEETING Join us tomorrow at noon as Rev. Lynn Roberts shares with us. Bring a covered dish and come share the fun in our Fellowship Hall. PRAY for missionaries Tanya Crum and Mary Lynn White, as they serve the Lord with a medical mission in Mali, Africa from Feb 2-13. Art

Sunday, February 5 Early Service Bible Study Morning Worship Interpretive Movement Shockwave Junction 56 AWANA Evening Worship SNAC @ Kelsey and Jackson Harrell’s home Monday, February 6 Saints Alive Rehearsal Fellowship Club featuring Rev. Lynn Roberts Property Committee Tuesday, February 7 Youth Prayer Breakfast Men’s Prayer Breakfast Wednesday, February 8 Graded Choirs Rehearse Family Supper Youth Supper & Bible Study Prayer Meeting Mission Friends, GA’s, RA’s Girls of Grace Handbells Chancel Choir

8:30 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 4:45 PM 5:15 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:30 PM 10:30 AM Noon 6:00 PM 6:45 AM 7:00 AM 5:45 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

PANTRY SHOWER Church wide pantry shower for Brian & Gina Steward, our new Youth Minister, Wednesday, February 8. You may bring pantry goods or gift cards as you come to the activities and services. DNOW Weekend February 17-19 “Redefining Normal” Registration Deadline is February 6. Cost is $35 which includes materials and a shirt. You may turn in registration form and money at the Church Office. Tables of Love—February 21 Invite all your friends to join you as we view the movie “Courageous” which will be shown in the Sanctuary Sunday, February 26 @ 6:30 PM

Mighty Men of God Conference Friday March 23 @ 6:30 and Saturday March 24 @ 8:00 AM till Noon. All men & boys from age 12-112 are invited. ANNIE ARMSTRONG EMPHASIS March 25 thru March 30 Annie Armstrong Offering received Sunday March 25 Our Goal is $3000. SONS OF JUBAL TRIP TO CHINA/NORTH KOREA Departing April 10 thru April 24 Begin praying for them as they sing in those countries. Pray for their safety as they travel and while there.