We’re thankful to the many volunteers at Curwensville Alliance who make things happen — especially while we’re still limited in our ability to gather together as a body of believers.
Thank you, Kelli and Tangi for thinking of sending seeds to the women in our church on Mother’s Day, and for putting that project together.
Ladies, we hope you received this greeting as a blessing coming from your church family!
Most of you know that Diane and her husband have relocated. They sent this note, thanking you for your prayers.
Please remember them in prayer as they look for a church home in this time of transition.
If you want to prepare your heart for this Sunday’s message, give some thought to these words from AW Tozer’s closing chapter of Knowledge of the Holy.
When it comes to holding your tongue, I’ve always thought of it as something that you did for the benefit of others — or for the benefit of the body — the gathering of believers.
It’s actually to your own benefit to hold your tongue.