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WHAT'S HAPPENING


 

CALENDAR

THIS SUNDAY
9:30 AM A Christian’s Response to Refugees
              in S103
9:30 AM Covenant Groups
11:00 AM Worship in the Peachtree Room
11:30 AM Rise Again Ministries in the Chapel
12:00 PM Franklin Shower in the Heritage Room
3:00 PM New Life International Church
              in the Chapel

MONDAY
5:45 PM Personnel in the Heritage Room
8:00 PM  AA in the E-215 Classroom

WEDNESDAY
10:00 AM Garden Club in S-103 Classroom
10:30 AM Bible Study in the Heritage Room
1:45 PM Arimathea Bridge E-211 Joe Stone Room
6:00 PM The Gathering in the Chapel
6:00 PM Children’s Choir in the East Wing
7:00 PM Sanctuary Choir S-107 in Choir Room

NEXT SUNDAY
9:30 AM Growth Groups in the Heritage Room
              and S103
9:30 AM Covenant Groups
11:00 AM Worship in the Peachtree Room
11:30 AM Rise Again Ministries in the Chapel
12:00 PM Pizza with the Pastor
                 in Joe Stone Room
12:00 PM Seniors Impact Group in Heritage Room
3:00 PM New Life International Church
              in the Chapel


 
Growing in wisdom, strength, and His love.   Psalm 78:4
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LUNCH BUNCH: FAMILY
Mark your calendar for a fun FAMILY on March 26. We are meeting at SkyZone in Roswell after the morning service.  We will eat lunch at SkyZone and then jump.  
 
WIEUCA YOUTH
Mark your calendar for March 17 - 19 as we have our DNOW Retreat. Cost is $75 per student. For more info, contact Taylor at TMason@Wieuca.org. Deadline is March 1.

IN SERVICE

PRESCHOOL:
Angela Chandler, Gordon Jones and Mariann Pate

MEDICAL:
Jeanne Oneacre

FLOWERS FOR WORSHIP

Contact Pam at PJernigan@Wieuca.org to reserve flowers for the worship service.

ALONG THE JOURNEY

BY MARK WILBANKS
Legacy
Over these past three days, our youth have been participating in Disciple Now Weekend, focusing on living authentic lives for Christ. We will be hearing from them as they lead us in worship today.

Peter’s second letter speaks to authentic living. He wrote: “As we know Jesus better, His divine power gives us everything we need for living a godly life” (2 Peter 1:3). The apostle was determined to leave a legacy of faithfulness while encouraging others to do the same: “I plan to keep on reminding you of these things as long as I live” (1:13).

You cannot build a legacy after you die; you can only leave one. What will you leave behind that will be worth passing along? Peter told his readers that he desired that they remember what he had taught them “long after I am gone.” He also stressed that his words were not “clever stories” but his own witness and convictions. As he had told the Sanhedrin when they demanded that they quit spreading news about Jesus: “We cannot stop telling about the wonderful things we have seen and heard” (Acts 4:20).

What will the world hear about Him from us? Our legacies have to have eternal consequences. You might think our youth are not old enough to consider such things, but they are charting their life courses now. As we surround them with support and encouragement, it would certainly give us more credibility if we were living authentic lives, too!

The panel will include:
Denise Smith (Peace of Thread)
James Amar (JMA Ministries*)
Joshua Sieweke (World Relief)
Jeanne and Jim Sloughenhoup (On-the-ground Missionaries in Clarkston*)
David and Julie Brown (CBF Missionaries in Paris*)

*People that we are currently supporting or working with actively

STEWARDSHIP MOMENT

“God has given us two hands - one to receive with and the other to give with.  We are not cisterns made for hoarding; we are channels made for sharing.”  Billy Graham

LUNCH BUNCH: FAMILY
Mark your calendar for a fun FAMILY on March 26. We are meeting at SkyZone in Roswell after the morning service.  We will eat lunch at SkyZone and then jump.  
 

BABY SHOWER



Their registry can be found here: https://www.babylist.com/dudley-franklin
REFUGEE: As a part of our focus on Refugees we are partnering with JMA ministries, a ministry we began supporting last year. James, the founder, has been working diligently in Clarkston. One of their biggest needs are Bibles written in the native language of the people he is serving. The two languages we will be helping with is Burmese and Karenni. Our goal is to provide 150 bibles. Please come to the back of the Peachtree room to learn how you can help with this goal.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: Join us on Saturdays thru April 29 (Not Easter weekend.) Sign up at Wieuca.org/IMPACT.

15 YEARS OF SERVICE

On Sunday, March 26th during our 11:00 morning worship service, we are honoring Jane Vlahos for her fifteen years of service in the Day School.

WIEUCA TRAVELERS MEETING

Saturday, March 18, 10 am.  Wieuca Heritage Room Learn more about the Williamsburg trip scheduled for December 2-7. The tour coordinator will be with us to answer questions. We'll also talk about future trips. Tell us where YOU would like to go!
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