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THE WLBC BULLETIN

West Lynchburg Baptist Church


March 4, 2012 Volume 2, Issue 9

The church with heart in the heart of the city.

Just Around The Corner...


ing discover Christ. Annie rallied churches to give more, pray more, and do more for reaching people for Christ. As we continue to unite to make her vision a reality in North America today, we can be confident that her legacy will also be ours. Click on this link to view a video Annie Armstrong believed in Christ with all her heart, but it was her hands that expressed that belief in tangible ways. She spent a great amount of time typing and handwriting letters in support of missions. Many of these letters were quite lengthy and all were filled with conviction that more could and should be done in our mission efforts. In 1893 alone, she wrote almost 18,000 letters! Annie also never hesitated to use her hands to reach out to hug a child or distribute food and clothing and the Word of God to those in need. Her hands held her own Bible as she studied to know how best to share Gods love with others. And, most important, Annie was a woman of prayer, folding her hands in prayer to intercede for the missionaries and for those they were helpTHEME: Whatever It Takes VERSE: Mark 2:15 (HCSB) 100% of your gift is transformed into missionary salaries and ministry supplies that help make it possible for them to share the Gospel. Goal: $8,000. Children & Adults can give and be blessed! Envelopes are located in the church pews. * Please take time to pray for North American Missionaries.
Wednesday March 7 MENU
St. Pattys Corned Beef w/ Cabbage Meal by Robin Desserts

In this issue:
Just Around The Corner The Week at a Glance

1 2 3
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Music, Members and Missions


Somethings Old Somethings New Deacon of the Week +

about Annie. http://vimeo.com/32850965

Staff Info

Annie Armstrong Easter Offering & Week of Prayer March 411


Staff Member on Call March 24 Robert Putt 434.841.6886

The Week at a Glance


Attitude is the minds paintbrush. It can color a situation gloomy and gray, or cheerful and gay. In fact, attitudes are more important than facts. Mary C. Crowley

Sunday, March 4 9:00 AM 9:15 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM

4:15 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:15 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM Monday, March 5 7:00 PM Tuesday, March 6 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 1:30 PM Wednesday, February 29 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 The Lords Supper Annie Armstrong Easter Offering & Week of prayer for N. American Missions Sanctuary Bells Kingdom Kids Chimes Kingdom Kids Bells Instrumental Ensemble TeamKIDS...Preschool age 35 TeamKIDS......Gr. 16 EDGE Student Worship Evening Service (meets in Chapel) Deacons Meeting (College Room) Prayer Group Suzanne Barden Circle S.W.A.T. Amazing Grace Fellowship

TC Miller is looking for tutors for the after school program. 3:304pm To volunteer, call Robin Hall during daytime hours: 384.8949

A Special Note To: Members


Daylight Savings Time begins March 11. Spring forward 1 hour on your clocks before you go to bed on March 10.

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 Womens Bible Study: James Womens Bible Study: James Bonus Choir Rehearsal IMPACT: College/Young Adult Bible Study *Set your clocks ahead 1 hr. tonight.

Thursday, March 8 10:00 AM 6:30 PM Saturday, March 10 19:30 AM 7:00 PM

Music, Members and Missions Welcome


What stays with a visitor is the feeling of warmth or the feeling of indifference they receive from church members.
as of Wednesday Feb 29
Lynchburg General: NONE Virginia Baptist: NONE

Praise The Lord w/ Song

March 4 Morning Songs


#336 Come, Thou Almighty King #883 Let the Worshippers Arise #329 Spirit Song #334 Breathe on Me, Breath of God #335 Holy Spirit, Rain Down #535 I Am Thine, O Lord #614 In My Heart There Rings a Melody http://lifewayworship.s3-website-useast-1.amazonaws.com/ HymnalPreviews/

Condolences
Please pray for and extend sympathy to: The family of Barbara Arrington
Oct. 1, 1935Feb. 21, 2012

Hospitalized

The family of Howard Pettyjohn


Sept. 15, 1922 Feb. 24, 2012

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

Dont Miss Your Chance to Bless and Be Blessed...The Needs are Many
Food For Friends T.C. Miller and WLBC are partnering together to start a Food for Friends program because, in our current economy, it is becoming increasingly difficult for families to make ends meet. Our church will help by providing 10 youngsters per week with nutritious foods/snacks to eat over the weekend. The food will be put in backpacks for the kids. We are asking for WLBC members to help by supplying the food for the backpacks. Please bring items to church and leave in the box marked TC Miller Food for Friends. You can contact Robin Hall, during the day, with any questions: 384-8949.

The entire month of March we will be collecting NEW underwear (adult or child sizes) for the Bland Ministry.
Bland Ministry Center is located amidst the rolling mountains of Appalachia. The centers goals are to meet the spiritual & physical needs of people in the region. They have four ministries to meet those needs: Food Distribution; Clothes Closet; Dental Care; and Construction Mission Teams.

Food List Granola Bars Green Beans Tuna Salad Kits Raisins Macaroni/Cheese Jelly Original Baked Beans Soups Cereal (hot & cold) Peanut Butter Mixed Fruit Cups Crackers Fruit Snacks

Please help their ministry by participating in Undies Sundays.


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

Easter Project for College Students Due to the high cost of shipping, we have opted to send Gift Cards instead of filled shoeboxes. Please donate money in place of the usual Easter items. It will be a nice surprise for them. (Please notify the office with updated addresses for
Sponsored by Adult III

SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD SOMETHINGS OLD

SOMETHINGS NEW

your college students.) Donations needed by March 18 *Note on check or envelope: College/Easter

Womens Bible Study begins March 1. James...Mercy Triumphs with Beth Moore Not too late to register! Call the office @ 434.845.4600. THURSDAYS:10:00AM 6:30PM SUNDAYS: 5:00PM Book Cost: $15

Collecting Treasures... for our 2nd Annual Yard Sale (in April). Donations stored in storage shed behind church key is in office. For more info contact: Michelle Power 434-386-8158 or Carol Cooper

SOMETHINGS NEW SOMETHINGS NEW

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

EDGE Fund-raiser Luncheon SundayMarch 11Noon


MENU Baked Potato Bar Salad & Dessert * Love Offering Requested

SOMETHINGS NEW

Amish Country Tour (Lancaster, PA) SEPT 68, 2012 Two shows: Jonah & American Icons Food & Touring: Hershey Farm Restaurant; Kitchen Kettle Village; Amish Farmlands; Amish Quilt & Craft Shop; Outlet Mall Shopping; Millers Smorgasbord; and Bird In Hand Farmers Market Pricing: Single ($501); Double ($410); Triple ($369); Quad ($353) * Put it on your calendar now$100 deposit due May 1.

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

Deacon of the Week: Jay Harrison 434.582.1242

Jays Deacon Families


Nancy Abbott John & Mary Bohannon Cynthia Bubadios Pam Hayes Kayla Kearns Beth Matherly Ernest & Gail Mitchell Jerry & Melinda Pendleton Michael & Erica Phillips Tom & Kristy Seamster Jeremy & Crystal Vandevander Ida Wingfield Lillian Wright Clarence Wright Lorraine York

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.

Jobs friends werent exactly supportive when he experienced great trials. Which of the following lists his friends names? (See Job 2:11) A. Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi B. Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar C. Melchior, Gaspar and Balthasar D. Philemon and Onesimus

Spring Fever Four high school students afflicted with spring fever skipped their morning classes. After lunch, the boys told their teacher theyd had a flat tire. Much to the boys relief, the teacher smiled and said, Well, you missed a test, so take seats apart from one another and take out a piece of paper. Still smiling, she waited for them to sit down. Then she said, First question: Which tire was flat? Pray for Missionaries: The Knight Family (Japan) www.theknights.multiply.com

On mission to reach people for the family of God.

STAFF

Were on the Web www.wlbc.org and Facebook!

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