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  • edmondchurchofChr is t THE VISITOR

    (405) 341-3353 Volume 52, No. 14

    www.edmondchurchofchrist.com

    April 20, 2014

    STARTS MARCH 16

    SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 2014 2:00 PM

    EDMOND CHURCH OF CHRIST North parking lot (For children ages 10 & younger)

    Easter EGGSTRAVAGANZA

    PRACTICAL TRAINING IN PERSONAL EVANGELISM AND MISSIONAL OUTREACH MAY 3-4, 2014 PRESENTER: DAVID DUNCAN

    SATURDAY 9 AM - NOON SUNDAY 3 -5 PM

    David Duncan, pulpit minister for the Memorial Church of Christ in Houston, and his wife Barbara served as missionaries in Brazil for 7 years before moving back to OK in 1999 to serve as Outreach Minister for the Edmond Church of Christ. David has a passion for preaching, reaching lost people and seeing the Church grow. He and Barbara have two daughters, Anna Beth and Emma.

    Life of Moses

    LTC EVENING SERVICE Led by young men

    Please stay for choruses following service tonight

    EGG HUNTS, GAMES, MOON BOUNCE, CANDY &

    THE EASTER BUNNY!

    • Learn how to have intentional conversations about your faith. • Discover a simple and effective way to study the Bible with others. • Learn how to articulate the gospel. • Discuss effective methods of neighboring. • Understand how you can help create an environment for successful outreach.

  • NEWS & GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

    CONTINUED PRAYERS John Bridwell, Priscilla Alley, Valorie Noe, Tamie Ross, Linda McAdams, David Jones, Rodney Chambers, Buddy & Ruby Mayes, John & Glendell Norman, Betty Maston, Doris Davis, Mary Carney, Rex & Edith Avera, Mike Scharrer, Jonathan King, Susan Sullivan, Amy McCue, Randy Cocklin, Amy Clinton, Erwin’s Son-in- law, Jennifer Meyer’s mother, Martin Abela, Dusty Austin, Jeremy Robertson’s mother, Bill Antwine, John & Mary Harris, Phil Sanders’ mother, Bill Riggle, Carol Brodersen, Harold Dills, Julia Herringer, Ross Willingham, Barbara Risley, Brenda Risley’s sister, Christians in Ukraine, Beverly White, Thomas’s daughter in law, Noel Whitlock, Virgil Bond, Gary Garrett, Doris Detweiler, Kenton Minor, Hope Stinson, Phyllis McConnell, Karen Babcock’s Son, Tina Hladik, Paula Reed THOSE IN THE MILITARY Chris Gehri, Doug Dedon, Joe Sanders, Elaine Noe, Casey Woods, Bradley Martin, Glen Lollar, Alex Young, Abram Spillman, Christopher Spangler, Atticus Young

    SYMPATHY IS EXTENDED TO MILDRED DUNN in the death of her husband, Max

    CONGRATULATIONS TO BILL & SHELLIE APPLEGATE on the birth of Heather Taylor. She weighed 7lbs 6oz and has a big sister, Olivia MONTE & TONI FARRAR on the birth of granddaugher, Abby Lyrae Walton. Her parents are Brent and Michelle Walton. GEORGE & SHARON MATHESON on the birth of grandson, Matthew Sean. His mother is Molly Matheson. BRENT & MARY KECK on the birth of grandson, Emmitt Lee. His parents are Brandon & Lauren Keck. SHOWERS BABY GIRL SHOWER FOR LAUREN BOGGS on Apr. 26 at 10 am in the home of Katie Collins. Gift cards & diapers are appreciated. BABY BOY SHOWER FOR ALLISON WHITE on Apr. 26 at 10:30 am in the home of Laura Dean. BABY BOY SHOWER FOR MOLLY MATHESON on May 4 at 2 pm in the parlor.

    MONDAY FOR THE MASTER will not meet on Apr. 21. PRAYER TIME WITH ELDERS Wednesday nights at 8:15 in the parlor. Everyone is welcome. FOOD PANTRY ITEMS: complete meals, boxed cereal, pancake mix & syrup. APRIL NURSERY WORKERS: Pathfinders & Light MAY: Sojourners MEN’S CHORUS meets on Apr. 27 at 4 pm in the auditorium. MISSION NICARAGUA needs mini stuffed animals, kid’s meal toys, crayons, markers & colored pencils. Place items in the box in the foyer. SWAP SHOP is May 17. Drop off gently used items to the fellowship hall on May 16 from 5-8 pm. To volunteer, see Terri Serrato. 6TH GRADE BLESSING is Apr. 23 after Bible class in the youth room. This is for 6th graders to promote to the youth group. SONSHINE SCHOOL SPRING PROGRAM and Open House will be on Thursday, May 1 at 7 pm. COLLEGE ADOPTION: Finals Week: Do something special for your adopted college students. MUFFINS FOR MOM, SERVICE PROJECT: Dads and children of all ages are invited to come make muffins for mom on Saturday, May 10, at 9 am in the Bible hour room. Please drop muffin mix in the bins by Brenda’s office. MUFFINS FOR MOM will be May 11 at 9 am in the chapel for mothers and their children. UR SPECIAL: Thank you to the volunteers who helped clothe 575 of Edmond’s children.

    IN LOVING MEMORY OF MAX F. DUNN 1925-2014 Max F. Dunn was born in 1925 in Romulus, OK, to Streeter and Rosa

    Dunn. He entered the US Maritime Service in 1943, serving 26 months aboard oil tankers. He married Mildred Luckett in 1945 and began working for Southwestern Bell. Work took him all over OK and even to Iran, before retiring in 1985. Max was an active member of the Edmond Church of Christ, making mission trips to Mexico and volunteering for

    Search TV. He enjoyed RV travel, golf and fishing. He is survived by his wife, Mildred and four daughters: Lucille Blackwell, Beth Dennis, Donna Tabor, Melody Baltz; 14 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.

  • CALENDAR OF EVENTS

    Joshua Priebe 20 April Glidewell 20 Elyssa Dolinger 20 Paige Ridings 20 Ada Blankenship 22 Dustin Risley 22 Jace Dolinger 22 Dan Ridings 22 Seth Beam 22 Levi Lentz 23 Andrew Peery 23

    Nicole Correa 23 Dennis Gleason 23 Budd Hoaas 24 Jeanette Wiederstein 24 Bethany Paris 24 Trisha Oser 24 Tim Grande 25 Paul Honeycutt 25 Kari Henning 26 Rodney Lemons 26

    Dale & Enid Lollar 22 Roger & Terri Morton 24

    BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES

    YOUTH MINISTRY APR. 21: Elevate, 8 pm at the Wiederstiens’s APR. 23: New 6th Graders! APR. 24: OneWay, 7 pm at the Zajac’s

    SPANISH MINISTRY APR. 27: Children’s Day, worship & games in the parking lot at 5 pm.

    SUNDAY EVENING SERMON SERIES

    GOD AT WORK HONORING GOD IN YOUR VOCATION

    April 27 “A Different Work Ethic”

    May 4 “Making Him Known in the

    Workplace”

    JON BONDE, OC BLAKELY BROWN, OC

    ABBIE BRYANT, OC JARED CHAMBERS, MA, OC

    JULIE CHAMBERS, OC RYAN FULLER, OC

    AUSTIN LOWRY, OC MACKENZIE PARKS, UCO

    NATALIE REED, WGU RACHEL ROBERTS, Harding ERIK ROBINSON, NWOSU

    MACKENZIE STEPHENS, UCO QUENTIN TOBEY, OSU LAUREN WHEELER, OC

    Congratulations College Graduates!

    Following evening services in the Fellowship Hall

    SPRINGTIME SONGFEST 20 14

    Saturday May 3 at 6 pm

    Come be uplifted by some of the greatest

    a cappella artists around !

    FOR MORE DETAILS CALL RON WALKER (405)464-5364

    EDMOND CHURCH OF CHRIST 801 S. BRYANT AVE.

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    SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

    SUNDAY BIBLE CLASS 9:30 am WORSHIP 8:15 am & 10:40 am, 5 pm

    TUESDAY LADIES CLASS (Sept.-May) 9:30 am

    WEDNESDAY MID-WEEK CLASSES 5 & 7 pm

    FOREIGN MISSIONARIES Harold & Arelly Ampié Nicaragua Ubaldo & Marisol Camacho Mexico Reynaldo& Gema Garciá Nicaragua Jose Guido Nicaragua Reuben & Maureen Kapaale Zambia Juan Pablo & Fatima Perez Nicaragua Gerardo & Yesenia Rayo Nicaragua Gabriel & Cruz Rivera Nicaragua Roger & Diane Saumur Montreal Kara Tobey Mozambique

    DOMESTIC MISSIONARIES Humberto & Irene Hernandez McAllen, TX John & Jill Schadegg Logan, UT Mack Lyon Search Phil Sanders Search Tony Sepulveda Spanish Speaking Minister

    MINISTRY STAFF Evan Burkett Brenda Gordon Rob Long Kevin Rayner

    Kent Risley Jeremy Robertson Randy Roper

    ELDERS Blaine Allenbach Richard Blankenship Mike Cain Mark Coleman Andy Dean Sylvan Gordon Lyle Kelsey Dale Lollar

    Jack Lowry Dave Miller Larry Miller Dean Niles Lendon Shotts John Trotter Bob Whiddon Jeff Whitehead

    O n e o f o u r m a j o r initiatives is to EMBRACE all people with the genuine love of God. If you are our guest, we are thankful for you and invite you to make yourself at home among us. The Edmond Church of Christ is made up of all kinds of people with all sorts of stories. We are far from perfect, but we worship and serve a perfect and holy God. Please consider partnering with us in declaring the goodness of God throughout this community and in our world.

    This is an exciting Sunday for the congregation. Our “Passion” series of sermons will culminate today in the wonderful story of Jesus’ resurrection. Our Savior came out of the grave, and because he did, we have an incredible hope, a clear purpose, and a secure eternity with God. Let us praise and thank God today—and every day—for the empty tomb.

    Today i s a l so our annual Easter Eggstravaganza. Guests, please bring your kids and enjoy all the fun activities at 2:00 pm. Today also marks the final Sunday for many of our college students to be with us. We are thankful for you and wish you all the best this summer or in the next chapter of your lives.

    AM Worship Total 1258 PM Worship 607 Bible School 1051 Preschool 84 Grades K-6 145 Grades 7-12 82 College 110 Seekers 23 Pathfinders 49 LIGHT 19 YMCA 44 Sojourners 32 Young Families 65 Transformers 53 Sowers 67

    VIP 73 Upwards 42 Primetime 84 Auditorium 55 In Depth Bible Study 9 Spanish 15/34 MINISTRY PLAN REPORT Weekly