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December 8, 2021


  Lorraine Baker: “God bless all my children.”

  James Blackman: “Please pray for strength for Chris and Victoria and healing for Victoria. Just be with both, Lord, for endurance.”

  Kyearia Booker: “Asking for prayers for my aunt who took a fall a few months ago – that she has a safe delivery. Also, prayers for healing of my PawPaw.”

  Follin Clark: “Healing for Ben and Mammaw who aren’t feeling well this morning (Sunday, December 5).”

  Ed and Sharon Ditto: “Thank you, Lord, that Lisa Cooper has been healing from her injuries and is here this morning.”

  Sonja Eads' mother, Sandy Yager, is now in Valley View Rehabilitation Center, 5968 Wall Triana Hwy., Room 500, Madison, AL 35757. Cards may be sent to her at The Eads' address: 104 Sawrock Drive, Madison, AL 35756.

  Arzell Flint: “Pray for me that God continues to direct my path – to dwell with the believers in Christ. Amen.”

  John Kuhn Family: “Please continue to keep Abigail Zarnesky in prayer. She’s been sent to an infectious disease doctor who specializes in kidney transplants. Also pray for our friend, Jonathan, who is struggling with addiction and some emotional connections that are not good.”

  Jackson Ledford: “Please pray for Allison. She is coming off a medicine, and she is really fatigued most days.”

  Tom and Selwyn Reynolds: “Continue to pray for healing for Regina Ralston and smooth transition for her kids as they all move to Tennessee from Oregon.”

  Mothers-In-Waiting: Emilie Porter (1/6/2022), Stephany Moore (3/5/2022), and Rachael Sherrill (4/11/2022)

  Our Shut-ins: Amelia Biser, Jamie Cole, Clyde Jones, Ted Moore, Mary Etta Neiland, and Bill & Sheril Townsley.

  Our Missionaries: Denisovs & Rahimovs (Tomsk, Russia), Kishore Etwaroo Family (Port Kaituma, Guyana), Carlos & Linda Eguizabal (Juayua & Salcoatitan, El Salvador) & YOU (Huntsville Area)


2022 Central Marriage Retreat

Join us at the Joe Wheeler State Park in 2022 and enjoy time connecting with other couples while strengthening your marriage.

Theme: We Are in This Together – Couple, Family, Church, God

Date/Location: Feb 11 – 12 at Joe Wheeler State Park Lodge

Speakers: Well Known Speakers

Registration: Begins early December; Ends mid-January.

Suggested donation: $100 per couple (Donations not required but appreciated.) Assistance by providing scholarship money will be appreciated.

All meals are on your own.


Thank you to everyone who picked an Angel from our Angel Tree. Please return all wrapped gifts with the Angel’s number on it by Wednesday, December 15th. If you have any questions, please contact Juanita Crittenden.


Need servants willing to do childcare on Sundays during assembly. Please contact Suzie Nance (Drnance(-at-) or 256-653-2508) and let her know the dates you would be able to cover.


December 5 through February 27

1.   The Story of Redemption (Gymnasium; Coordinator: Loren Wisehart)

This series presents the biblical account of the human problem, salvation, and a new life in Jesus Christ. Beginning with creation, the class follows the “big picture” storyline of the Bible as it finds meaning and completion in Jesus.

Each week, participants are invited to arrive early for fellowship. Upon entering the gymnasium, participants will be assisted in finding a small group. After a call to order and welcome, all groups will watch a 5-10 minute video. Once the video is done, groups will read a Bible passage related to the video, discuss questions, and pray for one another. Groups will wrap up at 9:45 am in order to move chairs into place for the large assembly which begins at 10:15 am. Zoom link:

2.   Women’s Ministry (Library; Coordinators: Sue Underwood and Kim Story)

This class provides Bible-based content in a LIFE Talk setting and is set up to minister to women who are the head of their household and women whose husbands are not Christians. Women of all ages and situations are welcome who wish to participate in this ministry. The class is generally organized to alternate between Old Testament and New Testament books, topics, and ideas. However, prayer and sharing are also integral parts of the class. As participants begin to apply the teaching to their own lives, they are invited to openly share burdens with one another. This is so that others who have walked that

path previously can share their own experience and wisdom in how to face that situation faithfully. While two ladies provide the principal oversight for the class, a number of ladies from within the class will be encouraged to lead individual sessions, usually a week or two at a time.



In the Old Testament, God made some amazing promises to people like Abraham, Israel, and David. These promises established how God related with His people for centuries. In the New Testament, we find that not only do Christians inherit some of these promises, but they provide hope that is an anchor for our souls (Hebrews 6:19). In this mini-series, we will examine some of these promises and explore how they remain relevant for our lives today. This class can either be in-person in the Family Life Center or join in on Zoom. Zoom link:

The Generational Discipleship class will pick back up on January 5. Other classes will also be provided as well. More details to come!


  Arzell Flint’s new phone number is 256-944-1518.

  Kyle Moore’s new phone number is 256-783-5779.


Chair Set-Up – Garrett Bell’s Team

Counting – Alan Moore’s Team

Ushering – Ryan Bell’s Team