Dear Brothers & Sisters, Thank you for blessing us in so many ways during out time of extended illness. The cards, calls, food, flowers, transportation to medical procedures, and your comforting words mean so much to us. We especially appreciate the prayers and ask for your continued prayers since we have more challenges ahead. We love all of you and are so happy to be a part of such a loving, Christ-like fellowship. In Christ, Larry & Evelyn Moore


The Team, led by Cary & Brenda Miller, will meet on Wednesday, March 14th, at 6:30 pm in the library for their assignments.


Christ Kirkpatrick, the 98 year old mother of Myron Fietz, mother-in-law of his wife Janet and also former mother-in-law of Brenda Miller, passed away on Friday, March 2nd in Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be today at 2 pm, Sunday, March 11th, at the Wasatch Lawn Funeral Home in Salt Lake City.

Our condolences, heartfelt love and prayers go out to all the members of the families related to Chris.


Needs – Plastic bags; shampoo

Thank you for your support of this ministry!


On Thursday, March 1st, 4,959 lessons were mailed to the students we are teaching. Thanks to all who helped!


We have already received a flyer about Cherokee Day on May 5th, 2018. The flyer will be displayed later on and there will also be information about this event in later bulletins and announcements.

human-footprints_318-46627BEAUTIFUL FOOTNOTES

In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven”. Matthew 5:16 (ESV)

Our brother Sylvester Imogoh in Nigeria recently was able to remind us the power of being involved in how “good works” can bring glory to God. This article was in The Christian Chronicle. Please be thoughtful of our need to be involved in doing good and to pray for those good works to bring glory to our Lord. For the elders, Ken D


‘Church of Christ goats’ for Africa

By Staff Reports (The Christian Chronicle – March 1, 2018)

Igarra, Nigeria —“I am a rural-born Nigerian and have lived most of my life in the villages, struggling to survive,” said minister Sylvester Imogoh. “I am always looking out for any means to affect the lives of our rural brethren — in very small, local ways.”

But when Imogoh suggested a “goats for widows” program to his U.S. supporters, he was amazed at the response. He hoped for a few hundred dollars to purchase goats, which produce milk, manure and more goats — all of which can bring much-needed profit for rural widows who have no other sources of income. Imogoh received more than $3,400 for the project.

The funds, provided by churches including the 41st Street Church of Christ in Sioux Falls, S.D., were enough to buy 160 goats (and a few sheep) for 80 widows in the north of Nigeria’s Edo state. There was enough money left over, Imogoh added, to establish a fund for the animals’ medical care. As the goats produce offspring, Imogoh hopes to expand the project to other villages.

“More and more people are talking about the church, in good ways, relating the care for the needy among us,” Imogoh said. “So many homes now have ‘Church of Christ goats’ in our rural areas. That alone is evangelism!”

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