NORVAL PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST
WEEKLY BULLETIN       April 2
0, 2014
April 27,  2014
                                                                        
 Welcome        -----------------------Jeff Jadwin
Song Leader--------------------Paul Lowe
Prayer--------------------------Jim Sprague
Officiating-------------------Keith Shaner
Reading----------------------Frank Howell
Sermon-------------------------Keith Kress
Dismissal        --------------------Jim Strouse
At The Table
1.Joe Stoneburner---------Brian Compston
2.Gary Graham----------------Joe Kennedy
3.Mark Allen--------------------Bob Fleegle
4.Donavon Jadwin------------Tom Lanning
5.Lyle Watts--------------------Bob McFee

NURSERY ATTENDANTS
A.M. B. Carpenter/S. Shaner
P.M. B. Loy/L. Hehr


P.M.
Song Leader----------------------Eric Wright
Prayer---------------------------Bob Jones Sr.
Reading-----------------------------Steve Coe
Sermon----------------------------Keith Kress
Announcements----------------Jeff Jadwin
Dismissal-------------------------Tom Charles

At The Doors
A.M. Arch St.        J. & J. Sprague
A.M. Race St.        R. & G. Maxwell
P.M. Race St.-----------------L. & C. Watts
ATTENDANCE & CONTRIBUTION
    4/1
3/14
Sunday Bible Class---------------------132
Sunday Morning Worship-------------185
Evening Worship -------------------------95
Wednesday Bible Class ---------------112
Contribution-----------------------------4117
YARD SALE
Donations for the Timothy Hill yard
sale need to be brought to the building
no later than April 16. Items can be
placed in the last class room on the
right in the nursery wing. See Brian or
Marsha Compston for details.
 HEALTH
        
How is your health? Do you feel great, do you feel good, do you feel alright, do you feel not
so good, do you feel bad?
       Is your diet and exercise helping how you feel? You don’t eat enough or you eat too much of
the right or wrong foods. You get regular exercise or little or NO exercise. The right diet and
exercise makes you a healthier person.
       The same goes for your spiritual health so how is your spiritual diet and exercise? Are you
getting the right amount of Spiritual Food that you need to keep you spiritually uplifted? Does
your involvement within the church keep you spiritually involved? Your Spiritual feeding and
exercise habits are between you and the LORD but sometimes it helps to share a meal or
exercise time with others.
       There are many programs for involvement here at Norval Park that can exercise you
spiritually but the rewards from being involved can also be the spiritual food you need also.
       See the Elders or one our Deacons about becoming involved today!
                               In HIM, Jeff


       






     
                                                         A SUDDEN CHANGE
       We had a very nice trip and a good visit with our daughter and her family in North
Carolina.  All the grandsons are doing well and the twins are growing quickly.  They are
walking and getting into everything.  They will be 1 1/2 years old in May.  It was an
enjoyable vacation.  We had very nice weather, almost too warm with temperatures
around 80 the last four days.  We arrived home on Monday about 5:00 p.m.  What a
shock to wake up Tuesday morning here in Zanesville to cold and snow!  It was definitely
a sudden change!
       That reminds me of another sudden change explained in the Bible.  One moment the
rich man was enjoying life in luxury and comfortable temperatures, and the next moment
he was craving just a drop of water to cool his tongue in the tormenting heat of hell (Luke
16:19-24).  That change will be far more sudden and drastic than the temperature
change we experienced in our travels.  Our change was tolerable, but the change to hell
will be intolerable.

       That is why Jesus was born, died, and was resurrected  -  to save us from the
intolerable experience of eternity in hell.  Have you heeded the warnings God has given?  
Have you accepted the love given to you by our Savior?  Have you committed your life to
Him, to be guided by His teachings?  Have you been born into His family through
baptism?  Don’t allow the victory of the Lord’s resurrection to go unappreciated in your
life.  Do not fail to respond to His love.  If you do, a sudden change awaits  -  and you won’
t like it!!!!
                                                                                       
We love you all  -  Keith


LADIES’ THURSDAY BIBLE CLASS
Ladies’ Bible class have begun their
spring quarter. They meet every
Thursday at 10:00am in the
Multipurpose room. See Barb Jones for
information.
POTTER CHILDREN’S HOME
Items needed for Potter Children’s Home:
Velveta Cheese, Zip Lock gallon size storage
bags, white cake mix, peanut butter, grape jelly,
aluminum foil regular and wide, soft and strong
toliet paper. Money donations will also be
accepted.
Pick up date for our area is May 11-13, items
should be at the building no later than May 11.
BABY SHOWER
There will be a baby shower for Renee
Ware on Thursday, April 24 at 6:30pm
in the multipurpose room. Renee and
Jason are registered at Target, Babies
R Us, and Pottery Barn Kids.
All ladies are encouraged to attend,
bring a small diaper bag item.
MOTHER DAUGHTER BANQUET
The annual Mother Daughter Banquet will be
May 17, 2014 at 6:00pm in the MPR. Tickets
will be available soon.
SAVE THE DATES:
July 13-17 are the scheduled dates for
VBS! Help is needed in the following
areas

Preschool - Angie Drabik
Grades 1-6 - Molly Tharp
Decorating -Joyce Sprague or Wendy
Lowe
Games - Caren Charles
Snacks - Connie Watts
Crafts - Jackie Jadwin
Group leaders are also needed.

If you can help in anyway see Paul
Lowe or Jim Sprague.
OHIO VALLEY CHRISTIAN YOUTH CAMP
DATES:

Senior Week: ages: 14-19 June 15-20
Junior Week: ages: 8-11 June 22-27
Intermediate Week: ages: 11-14 June
29-July 4
A list of items needed to assist with the
meals for the week is posted on the
bulletin board. Applications are available
in the foyer.
SENIOR TEA
The Norval Park Class of 2014 are
Dillon Allen, Kelly Burrell, Shiana
Bookless, Alis Compston, Judd
Murvine, and Stephanie Monroe.
Please join us as we honor them at the
annual Senior Tea, May 4, following
the evening services.