West Union Baptist Church

West Union Baptist Church

Posted: Friday, February 4, 2011 11:38 am
By: Linda Tucker

On Wednesday night, Jan. 12, Bro. John Clark led the Bible study using Eph. 1:3-12. 

Bro. Larry Clark preached at West Union on Sunday Jan. 16 using I John 5:18-28 as the scripture text for the morning message. On Sunday night he used Joshua 1:1-5 as the scripture for the message entitled “Getting Ready To Move.”

On Wednesday night, Jan. 19, Bro. Larry read Luke 22:54-62 and Matt. 26:33 and 33 for the scripture text for the message entitled “Three Ways to Doubt Salvation.”

On Sunday morning, Jan. 23, Bro. Larry Clark read Ps. 139:13-16 for the scripture text for the message entitled “Life Is A Beautiful Thing.”  That night, he read several verses from Luke, Isaiah and Ezekiel for the message. This was followed by our birthday meal and a time of fellowship.

On Wednesday night, Bro. Larry read Joshua 3:1-3 for the message “Getting Ready To Move.”

Funeral services for Mrs. Jane Jeter Walker, age 98, were held Saturday, Jan. 29 at the Sunset Cemetery in Dresden. She had been living in Knoxville for the last several years. She was a retired teacher and librarian at Dresden High School. She is survived by her daughter, Eleanor Jeter Britton, and husband, Bill of Knoxville; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

She and Mrs. Ruth Walker were the class sponsors of my high class.

On Sunday, Bro. Larry read John 19:16-22, John 10:18 and John 12:28-34 for the message entitled “The Cross.”

Recently I received a letter from Mrs. Myrtice Owens, wife of Bro. Carlos Owens, retired missionaries living in Nashville. She has been diagnosed with Invasive ductal carcinoma

Stage 3. Surgery is tentatively scheduled for Feb. 1 for a total mastectomy at the

Baptist Hospital in Nashville. She asked for prayers from those that know her. Her daughter,

Deborah Owens-Hughes, who is a foreign missionary in Colombia, is coming home for 

her surgery. This family has spoke at many local churches and prayer retreats about their mission work in the past and I know they would really appreciate our prayers.

wcp 2/03/11

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