Combined Adult Bible Classes
Both classes will meet next Sunday in the auditorium. A representative from the Eastern European Mission, Montie Tuttle, will bring a report about the work that is being done in that area of the world. We have supported that effort at various times and we are looking forward to Montie Tuttle’s report. Make your plans to attend! It is always good to here about the good works being done in our brotherhood and our part in those.
VISITING FOR THE MASTER
Visitation Program Team #2 (leaders: Cary & Brenda Miller) will meet on Wednesday, April 20th, at 6:30 pm in the library for their assignments.
Church Supplies Needed?
If there are supplies needed for the church, please tell Fred Harwell what the products are. Fred has graciously consented to be the designated Purchasing Agent. We thank him for volunteering!
“May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to live in such harmony with one another, in accord with Christ Jesus” Romans 15:5 (ESV).
It is a true blessing to partner together with the Cherokee Home for Children in working towards encouraging growth and encouragement in the lives of those boys and girls. Keep them all in your prayers, thoughts and support. What follows are a few reports from the Home. For the elders, Ken D.
WONDERFUL HOUSE PARENTS For the past 5 years, Rex and Patricia Childress have served as house parents for the boys of Cherokee Home for Children. Their boys have a deep respect for the Childress’s, and Rex and Patricia daily showed their love for Christ to every boy they had. We will greatly miss this couple as they move on to help take care of Patricia’s parents. Thank you, Rex and Patricia, for blessing the lives of many of us through your work for children and for God.
OUR KIDS ARE AWESOME The Cherokee High School golf team won third place at their district golf tournament. Three of the boys on the team were CHC boys: Kohlton, Mason, and Chase. Mason will advance to Regional golf as an individual winner. The girls and their cottage brother had a lot of fun over spring break seeing things they haven’t seen and spending time playing and laughing together. Cherokee Home for Children had an extra 30 youths join us for our Area-wide Youth Connect a few Sundays ago. We began with an intense game of Capture the Flag, sausage wraps for supper, and then ended with worship around the campfire. Even the young guys helped lead songs, read scriptures they had chosen, and lead prayers. The whole event was a blessing to all of us on campus.
Kaci Duggan Morrison, Administrative Assistant, Cherokee Home for Children.