We begin a new series Sunday called Living Daniel Strong. His example of courage and Godly living inspire us today no matter what the circumstances are for us.

I like the New Testament promise, "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength." Philippians 4:13

The church picnic is Sunday afternoon at Hargis Lake. We will eat at 5PM but come early cause it gets dark earlier these days. The church will provide eating ware, drinks, and chicken. We ask you to bring a side dish or dessert or both.

There will be games and prizes for the kids. Also there will be a cornhole tournament with a prize. And bring a chair!!

It is time for Team Leaders to complete their budget requests and turn back into church office by October 2. You can find your budget request form in the office mailbox.

Biblical View of Human Sexuality starts Wednesday September 21, 6:15PM.

Ray Roberts State Mission offering is in progress now. Do you remember who he was?

BE SURE to check out our church calendar for upcoming events!

See ya soon,

Pastor Billy

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Go All in for Jesus! Jesus said to love the Lord with all your heart, mind and soul and strength. That is with all you have. That is the theme of our Summer Worship Series we are beginning. There are many heroes of the faith in the Old Testament. Moses, Elijah, Ruth and Deborah to name a few. You can be a hero of the faith as well if you choose to go All In for Christ. Join the adventure of faith as we follow Christ.

Prayer Requests:

Our Kentucky Changers Mission Team as they left Saturday morning for Shelbyville, KY.

Kendal Jones as she continues to learn the French language and building relationships.

Pray for the new recruits/volunteers who are joining ministry teams. Please also be open to considering and praying for God's leading to a new or different area of ministry. God may be wanting to grow you in a different area where He has been developing/ preparing you and also maturing you. Be open to Him. There are many areas that have openings to serve.

Shirley Oberly requests prayer for her granddaughter Leah who was taken to Children's Hospital earlier today.

Nellie Wright asks for continued prayer for Bo Clauser, family friend, who will need surgery soon for seizures.

VBS training this Sunday, July 10 at 5PM. If you have not yet signed up to be part of this ministry, please consider doing so soon! Great blessings in serving together. Kids and adults have such a memorable time together. Let's be praying now for fruit from VBS outreach.

See ya soon,

Pastor Billy

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Palm Sunday was the day that we celebrate the Triumphal Entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem that begins the last fateful week of our Lord's life. He is only 33. He is fully determined to complete his life purpose and show us the better way to live in genuine faith. Sunday night he stays in Bethany, a small village outside of Jerusalem. He is among good friends Lazarus, Mary and Martha. He is safe there.

He and his Disciples and other followers leave Bethany on Monday morning and travel into Jerusalem to teach the Way of Unconditional Love for God and others. On the journey into the big city Jesus becomes hungry and goes over to a fig tree that is full of leaves which means it should have fruit. Anticipating a delicious yummy fig, he discovers the tree is barren. He curses the tree for not bearing fruit. The band of upstarts enters Jerusalem to pursue their teaching. He discovers the Temple being turned from a house of prayer into a house of greed. He creates a scene by "cleansing" it. Oh my! He will not last long now, that is for sure. The Temple was a magnificent building complex and could easily be considered as one of the great architectural wonders of the ancient world. How dare he desecrate it. But he did. That evening the Jesus people head back to safety and friendship in Bethany for the evening.

This Week at FBC

Wednesday - 6:30p.m. - Women's Small Grow Groups

Thursday - 6:30p.m. Celebrate Recovery

Friday 6:30p.m. - Good Friday Service / Communion

Sunday 10:45 Resurrection Service followed by Easter egg Hunt for children

Deadline Extended for Women's Spring Retreat Registration. New deadline is Sunday, April 24. Please sign up at the ministry table or call the office. Please make $25 check payable to Circleville FBC and note Women's Spring retreat in the memo section and use a pink offering envelope for your registration with your name and amount on the envelope. Those can be turned in at the ministry table on Sunday or at the office.

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