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Thanksgiving Letter to Church 2021

Thanksgiving Greetings!

Most of us who have or have had Children started teaching them the basics as they were in their formative years. We taught them to say “please” when they wanted something, but we also taught them to say “thank you” upon receiving a blessing.

It wasn't something they were born with, but the more we taught them not only with our words but also with our examples, they began to use these powerful words. And for that, we are thankful!

The Bible tells us in Psalm 107:8-9 – 8 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for mankind, 9 for he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.

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Good Friday Service Invitation – Seven Sayings of the Cross

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Smith:

We serve a RISEN Lord – a man who was sent to this earth as a baby, who walked and lived as a man. He was later crucified and that could have been the end of the story. As a matter of fact some people worship “gods” that lived and died and they celebrate the anniversary of their deaths. However, as Christians we celebrate the life, death and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

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Easter Encouragement Elderly Homebound

Resurrection Greetings!

Here we are again at that beautiful time of year we know as Easter. Many have rightly called it Resurrection Sunday because that gets our focus more on the amazing event that took place on that day so I wanted to take a moment to send you some “Easter Encouragement”!

Jesus Christ rose from the grave!

As we enter this Holiday season, I'm reminded that not everyone can get out of the home to celebrate in person. Whether it be due to illness or advanced age, things are different than they used to be. This time can be quite lonely and challenging, especially as you see others you would like to be with at this time.

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Easter Letter Christ is Victorious

Christ is Victorious!

There is a hymn by the title of “Victory in Jesus,” and the lyrics of the chorus are:

“Oh, victory in Jesus, my Savior forever. He sought me, and He bought me with His redeeming blood. He loved me ‘ere I knew Him, and all my love is due Him. He plunged me to victory beneath the cleansing flood!”

I doubt any of us would ever say we like to experience defeat in our lives. At least for me, I would rather be a part of a winning team than a losing team. My friend, I pray that you remember it's because of our Savior's Resurrection over 2,000 years ago that the victory WAS, IS, and WILL BE ours!

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