Pleasant View Baptist Church News
Posted: Thursday, August 9, 2012 6:00 pm
On Wednesday evening, our song leader, Seth Fulcher, led us singing “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms.” Bro. Tom Koker led our opening prayer, followed by us singing “Victory in Jesus” and “When the Roll is Called Up Yonder.” Our youth sang “Just a Little Talk With Jesus.” Bro. Billy asked for praise reports and prayers. His Bible study was from James 2:14-26. Bro. Robert Pogue led our prayer and blessed the services. Bro. Tom Koker led our dismissal prayer and sent us to our homes until we met again.
On Sunday morning we opened our services by singing “Jesus Saves.” Bro. Robert Pogue came for prayers, and read from Revelations 6:3. Bro. Jacky Alford led our opening prayer and dismissed us to our Sunday school classes. Our teacher was Robert Pogue and our lesson was called “Make No Excuses” from Jeremiah 1:4-8. Bro. Scott Stokes led the closing prayer and sent us to the preaching hour.
Our song leader, Ryan Doughty, led us in singing “Revive Us Again.” Bro. Billy came for announcements and prayers. Our ushers, Josh Torres and Hunter Doughty, came for offering. Hunter led the prayer and blessed the offering. Josh led the offering for our youth. Our next song was “Life’s Railway to Heaven.” Bro. Gerald Wilkerson sang a special called “Come Morning.” Bro. Billy came for prayer and blessed the preaching hour.
Bro. Billy brought his message from Hebrews 2:1-4, titled “So Great Salvation.” Our song leader came for our invitational song, “Jesus is Calling.” Bro. Johnny Campbell led our closing prayer and sent us to our homes until we met again.
That evening, Hunter Doughty opened our services by leading “Heaven Came Down” and “Because He Lives.” Bro. Billy brought his message from Matthew 27:50-56. Bro. Chris Cashion led our prayer and blessed the services. Our song leader, Chris Cashion, led us in singing “Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb?” Bro. Jacky Alford led our dismissal prayer and sent us to our homes until we meet again.
Our Bible School will be Sept. 8 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., followed by a fish fry.