November 5, 2017
HONORING AMERICA’S VETERANS
Saturday, November 11, all Americans should honor those who gave a significant portion of their lives to serve in the armed services of the USA! It’s never too late to render appropriate tribute (Rom 13:7). We must show our appreciation for those that served to secure for Americans the greatest nation in world history.
President Ronald Reagan said, “Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. But the U.S. ARMED FORCES don’t have that problem.” Without question, we should esteem very highly those in the military (past and present) that serve us, that serve our families, that serve our nation, that serve the oppressed millions throughout the world. Emphatically, our Armed Forces function as a deterrent in a world that has far too many oppressors and terrorists. Our strong military presence around the globe is absolutely appropriate because it has been the one essential means to secure a semblance of peace in a world of turmoil.
ONE DEFINITION OF A MILITARY VETERAN
A veteran – whether active duty past or present, retired, national guard, or reserve – is someone who, at one point in his / her life, wrote a blank check made payable to “The People of the United States of America” for an amount “up to and including my life.”
Sadly, in these thankless days, far too many American citizens do not understand this kind of devotion to duty, nor would they commit themselves to such sacrifice.
Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you:
1. The Lord Jesus Christ
2. The American G. I.
One died for your soul! The other died for your freedom!
Cienega High School Annual
Veteran’s Day Assembly and Appreciation.
November 8th 10:00-10:55
We are seeking veterans that would be willing
to speak to Freshman during an assembly.
There will be 30-60 students per room with each veteran.
If you are interested in this opportunity please contact
Tonight at 6:00 PM
Mike and Sandy Reap
Missionaries to the Philippines since 1982
God has used them greatly in winning souls and in sending out missionaries from the Philippines. You don’t want to miss hearing from them.
FALL FESTIVAL – NEXT SUNDAY
- 1.Set up – Nov. 11 (starting at noon)
- Event help – Nov. 12 (still need some game help and group escorts)
- Take Down – Nov. 12
Please consider helping with the following items:
- Two wash tubs (Bobbing for apples)
- Small prizes new or in good condition: games, toys, stuffed animals, etc.
- Cans of soda
- Cakes, cookies, pies for cake walk (Please bring the day of the event or the day before.)
Please see Richard or Kelly Price if you can help or bring something.
There will be a 10-minute meeting today in the choir room immediately after the morning service for all who are volunteering to help.
Ladies’ Fellowship and Bible Study
Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:00 AM
Faces of Perseverance
Lessons on Joseph, Ruth, Job, and Esther
All ladies are welcome including visitors.
RU Recovery Meets Fridays at 7 PM / Sundays at 9:30 AM
RU gives you tools to battle victoriously satanic forces that would use bitterness, discouragement, depression, loneliness, addictions, and life’s circumstances to defeat us. We have a great curriculum for the study of the fruit of the Spirit and fruits of righteousness. We have THREE TALKS:
- We talk to God in Prayer and Testimonies.
- We talk to each other in our Challenge Groups.
- God talks to us through the teaching of His Word.
FOR 58 YEARS … PREACHING the BIBLE
… the WHOLE BIBLE
… and NOTHING but the BIBLE!
2855 N. Craycroft Rd. Tucson, AZ 85712
Church Office Phone: 327-5938
Dr. J. C. Joiner, Pastor
Rev. Carroll Frankland, Assoc. Pastor
Jamie Frankland, Children / Activities Coordinator
Jacque Joiner, Ladies Ministries
Ron Cox, RU (Ph. 248-5216)
Sunday Services at 9:30 AM, 10:30 AM, & 6 PM
Wednesday Services at 7 PM
(VBS & Youth Ministries at 6:45 PM)
Ladies Fellowship and Bible Study: Thursdays at 9:30 AM
RU: Fridays at 7 PM
Visitation: Saturdays at 9:30 AM
After each service, audio is available on our web site: