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?”
Long Pond Baptist Church, home of WTBH 91.5 FM, invites the public to its 32nd Homecoming, Sunday
at 10:30 a.m.
If you have attended Long Pond Baptist Church in the past, the congregation would love to see you again, at this year's Homecoming.
The Sammy Glass Family from Decatur, Tenn., will kick off the day with a concert at 10:30 a.m. Brother Sammy Glass will be the guest speaker, bringing the morning message.
Movie night at First Baptist
First Baptist Church of Chiefland will host a community movie night on Sunday, March 4, at 6 p.m. with a free showing of "Courageous." The movie focuses on four law enforcement officers — Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, David Thomson and Shane Fuller, who struggle to meet the challenges of fatherhood.
Childcare will be provided for children 5 and under. For more information or directions, call 352-493-1481.
St. Patty's dinner
at Parsons Methodist
n Family Bible hosts
The Family Bible Chapel, located at 12 N. Main St., Chiefland, will host "Homeward Bound" on Sunday, Feb. 26 at 10:30 a.m. If you are a fan of Gospel music, this is the group to hear.
Parking is located behind the church. For more information, call 352-215-3065.
By James Hurst
Congratulations to participating churches of Levy --- you set a record this past Saturday. You took the big Crusades for Christ tent from the semi-trailer to a standing tent in a mere four hours. To the thirty of so people who were on site we offer a great big THANK YOU! This coming Saturday (25th) we will meet again at 7:30 a.m. to install the chairs, platform, lighting, video/audio equipment and we will need you once again.
While on the big island of Hawaii, Linda, J.R., and I chanced to come across a site known as, The Place of Refuge. The object of war, in those days before the missionaries came to their island, was to exterminate the enemy, which included anyone who belonged to the opposing side. Those too old, too young, or those unable to fight could find safety in the sanctuary. Defeated warriors also came to the “pu’uhonua,” where they could wait in safety until the battle was over. Their allegiance would then be to the victor.