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Faith Christian Church Burlington NC November 2014 News

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Operation Christmas Child is now underway! Christmas Luncheon and Raffle second Sunday in December. Can Food Drive starts November 16. Men's Ministry is November 20. Chic-fil-A week starts next week. Raffle tickets on sale this week!
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  Meeng place address: 4630 Blanchard Road Burlington NC 27217 Postal address: P. O. Box 1731 Burlington NC 27216 Church website: www.FaithChrisanChurchNC.org      A    c   h   u   r   c   h    w   i   t   h    o   p   e   n    a   r   m   s ,    l   o   v   i   n   g    h   e   a   r   t   s ,    a   n   d    a    d   e   s   i   r   e   t   o    b   r   i   n   g    g   l   o   r   y    t   o    g   o   d   Fh san hNw NOVEMBER 2014   Volume 2, Issue 15   Happy Thanksgiving! Contact Informaon for Pastor Reid Home Telephone—(336) 447  - 4445 Cell Phone—(336) 214 - 1065 Email—Reid@FaithChrisanChurchNC.org Have you liked our Facebook Page? Or checked out our website! Click on FCC’s logo and Facebook icon to visit our page and we   bsite   2nd Annual Harvest Festival   Collection has begun and will run through November 23rd. Please remember to provide $7 for the shipping and handling of your box. Information on how to pack and what to pack in each box is on the display table. Changing the lives of children around the world; one shoebox gift at a time. Operation Christmas Child November 9- Rae tickets on sale   November 16- Can Food Drive begins for Allied Churches   November 20- Men’s Ministry Meets   November 23- Last day to bring your shoebox for Operation Christmas Child   November 27- Happy Thanksgiving!   December 14- Christmas Luncheon & Rae Drawing, Last day to bring Christmas Cards   & Last day to bring Can Food Items   Operation Christmas Child   1   2nd Annual Harvest Festival   1   Christmas Luncheon & Raffle 1   Mark YOUR Calendar 1   Can Food Drive 1   Altar Flowers 1   Men’s Ministry   1   Our Extended Church Family 2 Priority of Prayer 2 Birthdays & Anniversaries 2 Chic-fil-A 2 Worship Attendance & Offering Statistics 2 Raffle Tickets on Sale 2 What s in FCC News this week?   Our annual Christmas Covered Dish Lunch-eon will be immediately after worship on Sunday, December 14, 2014. We ask that you bring a covered dish to share. Raffle Drawing Winners will be drawn during our luncheon. Invite your neighbors and friends to share in this great fellowship with us. Altar Flowers Christmas Luncheon & Raffle Drawing Would you like to put flowers on the altar in memory or in honor of someone? Contact Pastor Reid to purchase and put a message of your chosen in the bulletin. en’s inistry   We will start collecting can food items for Allied Churches of Ala-mance County beginning November 16th and ending on December 14, 2014. Please bring any non perishable food items to donate to the hungry in Alamance County. Thank you for your support in this great cause again this year!  A great time of fellowship and delicious food was had by all! Thank you to everyone that came out and made this Festival a success! We raised $2,079.00 from the silent auction which will be presented to Ambucs and Allied Church-es. Stay tuned for more details on when we will present the money to each charity. Can Food Drive Mark Your Calendar Psalm 95:2 - 3: Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song.   For the LORD is the great God, the great King above all gods.   Thursday, November 20, 7:30 PM at Frank Warner’s home.  Our Extended Church Family The Priority of Prayer  Jesus’ twelve disciples had the opportunity to ask questions of our Lord. It is interesting they did not ask how to preach - or how to heal the sick - or how to raise the dead  –   etc? They would go on to do all these things and more in the early church. There was one thing however, they asked of Jesus that prepared them to fulfill his call on their lives. The disci- ples asked Jesus, “Lord teach us to pray…” (Luke 11:1)  Jesus prayed often. Consider these occasions when Jesus sought out the Father in prayer: At His baptism (Luke 3:21) Before choosing His disciples (Luke 6:12-16) Before telling of His death (Luke 9:18-22) On the Mount of Transfiguration ( Luke 9:28) Before teaching the disciples to pray (Luke 11:1-4) After the return of the 72 whom Jesus sent out (Luke 10:21-22) Before walking on the sea (Matthew 14:23-25) Before raising Lazarus from the dead (John 11:41-42) At the Passover Feast (Lord’s Supper) (John 17:1 -26) In the Garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26:36-42, Luke 22:39-46) On the Cross (Matthew 27:46, Luke 23:46) (List borrowed from Walk With Me by Prentice Meador and Bob Chisholm) The pattern of prayer the disciples saw in Jesus served well as the ordinary men who walked with our Lord did extraordinary things for the Kingdom of God! The Book of Acts gives testimony to what godly people can accomplish through an active and vibrant prayer life. I am excited about addressing the theme, The Priority of Prayer, during our worship ser-vices in November. It is my hope you will learn from the scriptures that prayer is not a last resort, but rather a first response to any and every situation in life. I have suggested to our Church Leadership Team some ways for us to bring prayer into a more prominent place here at Faith Christian Church in the coming year. I encourage you to seek out God in a personal prayer time every day. The strength you find in prayer will aid you not only in being more of who God wants you to be, but will also make the church more effective in fulfilling God’s call on us. Pastor Reid Birthdays & Anniversaries Chic-fil-A Happy Birthday Happy Anniversary 18-Eddie and Vonda Lewis 20- Tim and Pam O’Malley Worship Attendance & Offering Stats  Average Number in Worship during 2014 57 Through October 26, 2014  Average Weekly Offering during 2014 $1,461.01 Through October 26, 2014 Needed to meet the budget $1,447.45 Hassell and Becky Corbett - 712 Jeffries Cross Road Burlington NC 27217 (421-9416) Becky continues to face challenges daily in her physical health   Ervin and Polly Stanfield -6403 Union Ridge Road Burlington NC 27217 (421-3212) Polly continues to face challenges daily in her physical health    Joe Walters - The challenges  Joe has faced in the  previous month have been numerous. He is now at Brighton Gardens Nursing Home in Greensboro. Victor Newcomb - 1413921 M C I P. O. Box 506 Maury NC 28554 Victor, Mitchell and Ellen Price’s son, contin  ues to serve our his  prison sentence   Hannah Rich - Western Carolina University 245 Memorial Drive Suite 8054 Cullowhee NC 28723 Hannah continues to do well in her first semester of college studies.   Luke 1:14   “And you will have joy and gladness, and many will rejoice at his birth.”   Raffle Tickets on Sale Beginning this Sunday, November 9, 2014 raffle tickets will be on sale for $5 each. Drawing for a Corner Cupboard made by Homer Whitaker, $100 Cash, and a Winter Wreath made by Sandi Gordon will be held on Sunday, December 14, 2014 at our Christ-mas Covered Dish Luncheon. All proceeds will go to our Outreach Fund. Please see Melissa Blanchard to purchase tickets. 2- Everette Lewis 9-Yvonne Brooks 12-Ellen Price 17-Glenda Walker 18-Jeff Blanchard 22- Ed “Buck” Lewis 24-Donnie Oakley 30-Jonathan Gordon  Week of November 10 - 17, 10% of your mobile transaction  will go to Allied Churches of Alamance County to help feed the hungry. For more information visit a Burlington Chic - l - A.  
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