Grace Weekly | April 4th, 2013

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sunrise_crossScripture for the Day: Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.” And they divided up his clothes by casting lots. Luke 23:34 

Grace Received: We had a fantastic Holy Week and Easter!  Special thanks to Curtis and Faye Karr for sharing their incredible testimony at the sunrise service. We celebrated 14 baptisms and a dozen commitments to Christ.Praise God for His saving grace!!  Looking forward to this coming Sunday!
Please be praying as we continue the process of discovering who God has in mind for our next Worship Arts Pastor. From now through the summer Brandon Estep will serve in this position. Special thanks to Brandon and all who are serving in our worship arts department. Kudos to Debbie Lumpkin who is providing leadership for our choir. If you are interested in being involved in any aspect of worship arts (singing, playing an instrument, working with sound, media, lighting, or videography) contact Brandon Estep:
Grace Shared:  For all who have started attending Grace in the last 4-5 weeks, we will be having Pizza with the Pastors right after the 11:00 service this Sunday. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP
Membership Class Saturday April 20 from 9am-Noon. Childcare provided.
For anyone who lives in the Woodlawn area, our sister church, Woodlawn Community Church of the Nazarene is starting an UPWARD flag football and cheerleading ministry this fall and will be having camps in June. If you are interested in finding out more or would like to register online, you can do so at:
The Woodlawn Church is also in need of a PT secretary. If you are interested you can contact Pastor Tracy Hoskins at (931) 801-7566.
Congratulations are also in order for Kim Smith, Pastor of Clarksville First Church of the Nazarene. He was recently appointed District Superintendent of the Iowa District where he will begin his new duties on May 1. Join me in praying for Pastor Kim and Clarksville 1st during this time of transition.
Grace Extended: In the next few weeks we will be hosting the annual homeowner’s association meetings for two of our neighboring subdivisions -Creekview Village and Aspen Grove. Pray that God uses this ministry of hospitality to our neighbors!
We will be having a yard sale to raise funds for the Nicaragua Mission Trip at 755 Isaac Dr. (Tyler Town Subdivision) starting at 8:00 this Saturday, April 6.  If you’d like to contribute items or assist with the sale, contact Kay Deffendall:

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