MARCH 1, 2015
 Sunday, March 8, 2015               
Welcome        -------------------Jeff Jadwin
Song Leader-------------------Paul Lowe
Prayer---------------------------Ben Lowe
Officiating--------------------Jim Sprague
Reading------------------------Eric Wright
Sermon-------------------------Keith Kress
Dismissal        ------------------Tom Charles
At The Table
1.Frank Howell-----------Brian Compston
2.Gary Graham-----------------Steve Coe
3.Mark Allen---------------Charles Clifford
4.Gabe Hehr-------------Donavon Jadwin
5.Josh Loy--------------------Kent McGee
A.M. S. Clegg/W. Lowe
P.M. R. Ware/E. Compston

Song Leader-------------------Gordon Brown
Prayer-------------------------------Jim Clegg
Reading-----------------------Joe Stoneburner
Sermon----------------------------Keith Kress
Announcements----------------Jeff Jadwin
Dismissal-------------------------Jim Strouse

At The Doors
A.M. Arch St.------------------K. & S. McGee
A.M. Race St.-----------------J. & J. Sprague
P.M. Race St----------------L. G. & J. Hehr
Sunday Bible Class---------------------85
Sunday Morning Worship------------130
Evening Worship ------------------------90
Wednesday Bible Class --------------111
cereal, spaghetti sauce & noodles, jelly,
peanut butter, ramen noodles, pork n
beans, canned meats, egg noodles, mac
n cheese, canned vegetables, canned
potatoes, boxed mashed potatoes,
crackers, soups
the  pantry will be open to the public the
2nd & 4th FRIDAY of each month.
March readings are available in the
foyer. Join us as we read thru the Bible
this year in Chronological order.
Please mark your calendars for the following
events coming up here at Norval Park

Saturday, March 7, 2015 Men’s Inspiration Day
Sunday, March 22, 2015 OVU Day
Jackie: 9am-2pm Monday-Friday
Keith: 8am-2pm Tuesday-Friday
                                                                                    Diary of a Bible
: A busy time for me. Most of the family decided to read me through this year. They kept me busy for the first
two weeks, but they have forgotten me now.
February: Clean-up time. I was dusted yesterday and put back in my place. My owner did use me for a few minutes
last week. He had been in an argument and was looking up some references to prove he was right.
March: Had a busy day first of the month. My owner was elected president of the PTA and used me to prepare for a
April: Grandpa visited us this month. He kept me on his lap for an hour reading 1 Cor. 13. He seems to think more of
me than do some people in my own household.
May: I have a few green stains on my pages. Some spring flowers were pressed in my pages.
June: I look like a scrapbook. They have stuffed me full of newspaper clippings- one of the girls was married.
July: They put me in a suitcase today. I guess we are off on vacation. I wish I could stay home; I know I’ll be closed up
in this thing for at least two weeks.
August: Still in the suitcase.
September: Back home at last and in my old familiar place. I have a lot of company. Two women’s magazine’s and
four comic books are stacked on top of me. I wish I could be read as much as they are.
October: They read me a little bit today. One of them is sick. Right now I am sitting in the center of the coffee table. I
think that the Pastor is coming by for a visit.
November: Back in my old place. Somebody asked today if I were a scrapbook.
December: The family is busy getting ready for the holidays. I guess I’ll be covered up under wrapping paper and
packages again.... just as I am every Christmas.
“I will never forget thy precepts: for with them thou hast quickened me.” Psalm 119:93

May God Bless us all.

  You know by now that one of my "pet" words is the one in the above title.  I feel that that my entire Christian life
hinges upon my attitude, and I believe the teaching of the Lord backs up that feeling.  Consider some scriptural
       In Matthew 22:37, we read, “Jesus said to him, 'You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your
soul, and with all your mind.'"  To love God in this way involves my attitude towards Him.
       In Romans 12:15-16, we find, "Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep.  Be of the same
mind toward one another.  Do not set your mind on high things, but associate with the humble.  Do not be wise in your
own opinion."  To act this way towards others involves my attitude towards them.
       In several verses in Colossians 3, Paul reminds those who have obeyed the Lord that they need to continue
changing their lives.  In verses 2-3, he wrote, “Set your mind on things above, not on things on the earth.  For you
died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God."   This involves my attitude towards God and being willing to submit to
       These are just a few of many examples we could consider from God's teaching.  You and I will not be perfect, but
do we have the attitude of wanting to be like Christ and willingness to conform to His teaching?  I will fall short of God's
ideal, but do I want to strive towards that ideal?  My attitude can be the best helper to me, or it can be the biggest
hindrance to myself, to others, and to the work of the Lord's church?  Think about it!

We love you all-- Keith
Remember if the sheriff declares
the county a Level 3 snow
emergency we will NOT have
services. All other levels please use
your own judgment according to the
roads in your area and remember to
be safe in traveling.
   Following Keith’s lessons on the
qualifications of deacons, we were intending
to distribute the material that will help our
membership to consider who would be
scripturally qualified to be a deacon. With
everyone’s schedule, this process has been
delayed. We are hopeful that by Sunday,
March 8 we will have the printed material
ready. Your patience in this matter will be
appreciated.                                 Elders

       Ladies Bible Class will begin
Spring Quarter, Thursday, March 12 at
10:00am. We will be studying