Learning is a Life Long Process

     Today is a busy morning at FBC.  At 9:00 a. m. Parent’s Day Out began the semester of this school year.  A lot of excitement and smiles of young preschoolers are given with some great workers to help them grow.  The Joy Fenner WMU mission group is in room 108 having their monthly meeting.  At noon the Women Going Forward luncheon and fellowship will meet in room 107 from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p. m.  All widows and ladies are welcome to attend and be a part of this great food fellowship.

     CALLING ALL GRANDPARENTS AND GREAT- GRANDPARENTS!  THERE IS STILL TIME TO SIGN UP!  On Friday (1/11/2019) there will be a special grand parenting conference called: “PASS THE LEGACY”.  The guest speaker is Catherine Jacobs who is Founder and Executive Director of Pass the Legacy Ministry.  The cost is $15.00 per person or $25.00 per couple.  The conference includes a delicious meal and the conference will begin at 6:00 p. m.
     Friday morning the Men’s Coffee Fellowship will meet in room 108 at 8:30 a. m.  Great time for men to come together for prayer, fellowship and free coffee.
     Next Sunday (1/13) will be a big day at Sulphur Springs First Baptist Church.  On Sunday morning the church family will begin the YES CAMPAIGN and have PICTURE DAY in your Bible Study Life Group.  On Sunday evening worship service at 6:00 p. m. Dr. Vang will begin his sermon series again, “TELLING GOD’S STORY”.  The emphasis will be the New Testament.
     Calling all Grade 4 & 5 Parents.  Super Start will be February 1-2.  Super Start is a mini-camp experience with live music and drama.  It is a super weekend for your child to learn more about living the Christian walk and life.  Sign up at ssfbc.org or in the church office.  Your child’s spiritual development is way more important than other activities.  
     Learning is a life long process.  A person should desire wisdom spiritually and intellectually.   Age has no meaning to life long learning.  In Heaven, we will spend an eternity learning more about Jesus.  From a senior adult to the youngest child should never stop desiring to learn and possess wisdom.
     Have a wonderful week in your neighborhood!      Fred W. Lewis

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