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THE WLBC BULLETIN

West Lynchburg Baptist Church


March 18, 2012 Volume 2, Issue 11

The church with heart in the heart of the city.

Just Around The Corner...


Not 'OK' but 1'forgiven'
Since Thomas Harris popular self-help book Im OK, Youre OK was first published in 1967, the title has become a clich, thanks to knock-offs and parodies. One is titled Im OK, Youre Not So Hot. Indeed, its often in our nature to be more accepting of our own behavior than of others. Yet at other times were too quick to dismiss a wrong done against us. When a wise Christian apologized to me for something shed done, I immediately replied, Its OK. But she responded, No, its not OK, but you can tell me Im forgiven. (Easter) reminds us that none of us is perfectly OK in our relationships with God and one another. But thanks to Gods unconditional love, demonstrated through Jesus willingness to suffer even death for us, were indeed forgiven. Heidi Mann
Wednesday March 21 MENU Meatloaf Mashed Potatoes Broccoli & Cheese Dessert Staff Member on Call March 1618 Vance Matthews 910.814.7200 In this issue:
Just Around The Corner The Week at a Glance

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Music, Members and Missions


Somethings Old Somethings New Deacon of the Week +

Easter Musical will be Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1 at 6:30pm.


Come join us as we celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! Hallelujah! Praise the Lamb combines favorite songs, like Hallelujah! Praise the Lamb; Lamb of Glory; When I Survey the Wondrous Cross; Just As I Am; No More Night; and even The Hallelujah Chorus, with soul-stirring narration and scripture.

Staff Info

Hope to see you here!

The Week at a Glance


An Irish Blessing May God grant you always a sunbeam to warm you, a moonbeam to charm you, a sheltering angel so nothing can harm you, laughter to cheer you, faithful friends near you and whenever you pray, heaven to hear you.

Sunday, March 18 9:00 AM 9:15 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 4:15 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:15 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM Monday, March 19 6:30 PM Tuesday, March 20 11:30 AM 1:30 PM Wednesday, March 21 5:15 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:45 PM 6:50 PM 7:30 PM 8:50 PM
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1 Instrumental Ensemble Library Open Sunday School KIDS In Worship Morning Worship Sanctuary Bells Womens Bible Study: James Kingdom Kids Chimes Kingdom Kids Bells Instrumental Ensemble TeamKIDS...Preschool age 35 TeamKIDS......Gr. 16 EDGE Student Worship Evening Service-Witnessing Made Easy meets in Chapel Marjorie Jones Circle S.W.A.T. Amazing Grace Fellowship
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A Special Note To: Members


We need Extended Care Volunteers ASAP! 1 adult for 2nd Sunday w/ 4s & 5s;2 adults on 3rd Sunday: 1w/ 2s & 3s and 1 w/ 4s & 5s;2 adults on Wed. nights; and 1 adult on Sunday nights. If we dont get the vol-

unteers we need, then little ones will have to sit in big church with their parents. Contact AJ Richards with questions or to volunteer: 434.444.0994; Facebook; or aj@clanrichards.com. (We have received two volunteers now, but that is still not enough. Please prayerfully consider doing this as your service for the Lords work.)

Family Night Supper Preschool Music Time 4yrsKind. Music Makers Gr. 13 Young Musicians Gr. 46 EDGE (Gr.7-12) Disciple Making (Bible Study/Prayer) Mission Friends Ages 4 & 5 Royal Ambassadors Boys Gr.1-6 Girls in Action Gr. 1-6 Highest Praise Sanctuary Choir Praise Team Rehearsal

Thursday, March 22 10:00 AM 6:30 PM Friday, March 23 6:00 PM Saturday, March 24 7:00 PM

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Womens Bible Study: James Womens Bible Study: James Deacons Banquet

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IMPACT: College/Young Adult Bible Study

Music, Members and Missions


Welcome New Members By Baptism
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Praise The Lord w/ Song

March 18 Morning
#83 Be Thou My Vision #491 Shine, Jesus, Shine #476 In the Garden #131 All the Earth Will Sing His Praises #529 Change My Heart, O God #432 Speak, O Lord #534 Take My Life, and Let It Be Consecrated #154 What a Friend We Have in Jesus http://lifewayworship.s3-website-useast-1.amazonaws.com/ HymnalPreviews/

Condolences

Jessica Ornelas 310 Langhorne Lane, Lynchburg 24501 Phone: 434.846.4855 Deacon: Ron Stone
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Hospitalized
as of Wed March 14
Lynchburg General: Arlene Smith E383 Tammy Johnston E355 Virginia Baptist: NONE

Sumer Persinger 27 Vernon Circle, Lynchburg 24502 Phone: 434.660.1649 Deacon: Elwood Johnston

1 John 3:8 Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and truth.

Feeding The Hungry To allow the hungry to remain hungry would be blasphemy against God and ones neighbor, for what is nearest to God is precisely the need of ones neighbor. It is for the love of Christ, which belongs as much to the hungry as to myself, that I share my bread with them and that I share my dwelling with the homeless. If the hungry do not attain to faith, then the guilt falls on those who refused them bread. To provide the hungry with bread is to prepare the way for the coming of grace. Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Dont Miss Your Chance to Bless and Be Blessed...The Needs are Many
Dont forget our on-going ministries We always need: Still need a MALE volunteer for Centri-KID Camp! If we want our boys to grow up to be mature Christian men someday...then they need godly male mentors in their lives. Please consider this as your service in the Lords work. July 913, 2012 Broken Crayons Sunday School Literature Empty Shoeboxes Wrapping Paper Canned Goods Labels for Education (soup/ box tops) Thanks for all you do to help those in need locally & around the world.

MARCH WMU PROJECT

Easter Project for College Students

UNDIES SUNDAYS

We are collecting NEW

SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD

SOMETHINGS NEW

Donations needed by March 18, THIS SUNDAY *Note on check or envelope: College/Easter

underwear (adult or child sizes) for the Bland Ministry.


*Put new underwear in laundry basket located in the office hall.

Food For Friends Please keep bringing snacks for Food for Friends program. We are sending 10 children home with healthy snacks each weekend through May. Leave food at the church in the box marked TC Miller Food for Friends. You can contact Robin Hall, during the day, with any questions: 384-8949. Food List Green Beans Raisins Jelly Soups Peanut Butter Crackers Granola Bars Tuna Salad Kits Macaroni/Cheese Original Baked Beans Cereal (hot & cold) Mixed Fruit Cups Fruit Snacks Collecting Treasures... for our 2nd Annual Yard Sale (in April). Donations stored in storage shed behind church key is in office.

SOMETHINGS NEW

We need plastic eggs and candy for the EGG HUNT. Drop off in container outside office. *Please no chocolate

SOMETHINGS NEW

Centri-KID Fund-raiser Luncheon March 25, Sunday @ Noon (pre-registration required)


MENU Spaghetti Bread Salad & Dessert * Love Offering Requested

To place a lily in the Sanctuary in memory of or in honor of a loved one for Easter, fill out a W.B. insert or call the office no later than Sunday, April 1. $12 each.

SOMETHINGS NEW

Save-the-Date
Sept 2829, 2012 Womens Retreat to Eagle Eyrie

Serving, Laughing, Playing & PrayingBecause WLBC Members Live Life With Hope

Deacon of the Week: Elwood Johnston 434.237.1349


Many times we are asked, Who is my deacon? To help you, we will list the Deacon of the Week and his list of families in the WLBC Bulletin ENewsletter. There will be a complete list posted on the bulletin board near the church office. This complete list is alphabetical by your last name. We hope this will help you know who your deacon is for the year. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the church office.

Pictured: Elwood & Tammy Johnston Elwoods Deacon Families


Kevin & Robin Bourne Mike & Katie Gillette Robert, Betty & Rebecca Lane Lisa Nagle Allen & Brenda Read Mark & Lydia Sanders Mary Shepherd Sumer Persinger Jamie, Jessica & Bailey Wright Larry & Gail Wright

In the 8th century B.C., a prophet of God condemned the sinfulness of many of Jerusalems citizens. On behalf of God, he chastised anyone who abused power, was unjust toward the poor and used bribes and position to gain money and status. He even condemned prideful women who walked with outstretched necks, glancing wantonly with their eyes, mincing along as they go, tinkling with their feet. (He was referring to little bells attached to womens ankles.) Who was that prophet? A. Isaiah B. Amos C. Hosea D. Jeremiah (See 3:16, NRSV, of the book with the prophets name.)

B-I-B-L-E Bible: Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth Recall the old story of the grandmother who was reading the Bible. When her grandson asked her why, she said, Im getting ready for my final exam.
Pray for Missionaries: The Knight Family (Japan) www.theknights.multiply.com

On mission to reach people for the family of God.

STAFF

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Dr. Robert Putt, Pastor rputt@wlbc.org Cell Phone: 434.841.6886 845.4600 EXT 15

Rev. Randy Kent, Minister of Music & Senior Adults rkent@wlbc.org Cell Phone: 434.665.6880 845.4600 EXT 13

Vance Matthews, Minister of students vmatthews@wlbc.org Cell Phone: 910.814.7200 845.4600 EXT 14

Pam Anderson (Financial) Nancy Johnson (Administrative) Phyllis Lane (Organist) Jeanne Kent (Pianist)

panderson@wlbc.org njohnson@wlbc.org lanesk@aol.com kentsnforest@msn.com

Contact Us Anytime

Office Email:

office@wlbc.org