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CALENDAR

THIS SUNDAY
9:30 AM Covenant Groups
9:30 AM Growth Groups in S-103 and Heritage Room
11:00 AM Worship in the Peachtree Room
11:30 AM Rise Again Ministries in the Chapel
12:15 PM Church-in-Conference
3:00 PM New Life International Church in the Chapel

MONDAY
12:00 PM Arimathea Bridge in Joe Stone Room
5:45 PM Personnel in the Heritage Room
8:00 PM  AA in the E-215 Classroom

WEDNESDAY
10:00 AM Garden Club in the S-103 Classroom
10:30 AM Bible Study in the Heritage 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 Covenant Groups
9:30 AM Growth Groups in S-103 and the Heritage Room
11:00 AM Worship in the Peachtree Room
11:30 AM Rise Again Ministries in the Chapel
12:15 PM Pizza with the Pastor in the Joe Stone Room
12:30 PM Generational Poverty Impact Team in C-200
12:30 PM Refugee Impact Team in the Missions Resource Conference Room
3:00 PM New Life International Church in the Chapel
4:00 PM Seniors Impact Team in Heritage Room
5:00 PM Skate Night in the GYM
Growing in wisdom, strength, and His love.   Psalm 78:4
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Save the date for March 26 as we have LUNCH BUNCH: Family Edition. We all are going to the Trampoline Park! More details to come!
For more info contact TMason@Wieuca.org

IN-SERVICE

PRESCHOOL:
Zach and Lisa Ames
Bob and Dartha Whitis
Lynda Rigsby

MEDICAL:
Jeanne Oneac

FLOWERS FOR WORSHIP

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

ALONG THE JOURNEY

BY MARK WILBANKS
Unfinished Business
Rich Stearns is president of World Vision U.S. and has authored two books, one we are very familiar with – The Hole in our Gospel. It was a great privilege to host Rich and his wife, Reneé, last year at Wieuca. His second book, Unfinished, begins with the premise that believing is only the beginning. He urges readers to consider the call to action that Jesus issued to those who would follow Him. He writes: “Our lives are part of a much bigger story … and unless we understand how our story fits into this bigger story we will live our lives with little sense of real purpose or significance, drifting through life like a ship without a rudder.”

It would be unusual to meet a person who doesn’t want his or her life to count for something more than just self-gratification. We might think otherwise, but research bears this truth out. Most people want their lives to matter beyond themselves.

Three passages in Matthew specifically call Christ followers to such commitment:
  1. The Great Commandment – “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. A second is equally important: Love your neighbor as yourself.” (22:37-39)
  2. The Great Compassion – “When you did it to one of these My brothers and sisters, you were doing it to Me!” (Matthew 25:40)
  3. The Great Commission – “Go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always.” (28:19,20)
We all know these are critical days for Wieuca. As we pray for God’s direction and blessing, let us determine to complete unfinished business. There is a world just outside our doors in need of our love in action.

STEWARDSHIP MOMENT

“If a person gets his attitude toward money straight, it will help straighten out almost every other area of his life.”  Billy Graham
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Margaret McBride
turns 100 years Sunday!
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