“The Thorn Easter Experience” at Lighthouse
This year at Lighthouse Word Church the greatest story ever told comes to life with “The Thorn Easter Experience.” Through realistic videos, live dramas and beautiful music, attendees will experience the power and compassion of Jesus’ life, the pain of his crucifixion, and the triumph of his resurrection. The Service will be held Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at Lighthouse Word Church.
Symbioses is a word that describes the living together of two dissimilar organisms often in a mutually beneficial relationship. Thus, the cattle that we see here in Florida have developed a symbiotic relationship with birds that feed on insects, lice, and whatever else infests their hides. The cowbirds help to free the cattle of those irritating pests and in return, the cattle provide food for their ever hungry stomachs.
St. Patty's dinner at
Come and enjoy a St. Patrick's Day Dinner on Friday, March 16, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at Parsons Memorial Presbyterian Church on Riverside Drive in Yankeetown.
Meals consist of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, dessert and Irish soda bread all for $6.50.
There will be a drawing for a $50 money tree. The tickets for the drawing are $1 each or six for $5.
Take outs are available by calling 352-447-2506.
n Bronson UMC movie night
The Bronson United Methodist Church invites you to a free movie on Saturday, March 10 at 6 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Popcorn and soda will be served. There is no charge for this event, please come and enjoy the evening out. The movie to be shown is "Courageous". The church is located at 235 Court Street, Bronson. Please call 352-486-2281 or 352-486-4094 if you need more information.
By Pastor Jim Hurst
Overall, the Tent Crusade Revival in Levy County was a wonderful success with 15 precious people making decisions for Jesus Christ.
We appreciate so much the four area churches who partnered with us to reach your city for Jesus. These churches provided excellent ministry on every level. They also set new "time records" for putting up and taking down the big tent.
I recently read a story about a chief of the Sioux nation, a wise old man, who once lived in what is now the state of Minnesota. It was during the Fall of the year that a group of young braves sought out his advice concerning the coming winter.
“O great chief,” they asked, “will the winter this year be a mild one or will it be very harsh with extreme frigid temperatures?”