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Ephesus Community News
The Ephesus Adult Choir with Lynn Cash, soprano soloist, called us to worship as they sang I Want Jesus to Walk With Me. 

John Sorrell, our Minister to Students, read John 1:35-51.

Pastor David Eidson led worship as we studied the “Principles for Evangelism”.  He told the story of the first disciples and quoted from John 1:41-42 (NIV)  The first thing Andrew did was to find his brother Simon and tell him, “We have found the Messiah” and he brought him to Jesus.  Where were you when Jesus called you?

The Ephesus Praise Band provided special music, Never Alone.  Band members are Sarah Alford, Dalton Barrett, David Cash, Lawrence Sandifer, and Jackson Wall.  We look forward to the Praise Band sharing their musical gifts the last Sunday of each month.

Prayer concerns:  Carol Arnold; Bonita Barlow’s son-in-law; Robert Barnes and mother; Brandon Boone; Dorothy Brown; Doug and Karen Bryant; Charlie Cone; Brent Coppedge; Lela Coppedge; David as our shepherd; EBC family – follow God’s direction; Karen Edwards; family issues; Sammy Giltner and family; God’s continued guidance and direction; Hagler family; Haiti relief; Bertha Hendricks; Brenda Hathaway Hunsinger; John’s wisdom and guidance for youth; Dougald and Linda McLaurin; military men, women, and their families; new church members; new vision for different age groups – may God’s will be done; parents of youth; Pastor and family; Margaret Pridgen; Dawn Roark’s grandmother; Edna Robinson; Kim Roche’s daughter (Tony); Jack and Barbara Sharpe; Rose Marie Skinner; Jill Smith, travel safety for our youth; unspoken; veterans; and Youth ski trip.

Birthdays this week:  Mar. 2 - Melissa Franks, Mar. 3 - George Earp, Mar. 4 - Beth Dunn, and Mar. 6 - Terri Murray and Jessica Hagler.  Happy birthday to all of you!

Dinners of eight:  There are four spots left for those of you interested in joining this fun time of dinner and fellowship.  Please contact Kim May at 478-7701.

This Wednesday:  Mar. 3 at 6 p.m. – Fellowship meal followed by business meeting at 7 p.m.  The Cherub Choir and Children’s Choir (DJC’s) practices are at 7 p.m.  Also at 7 p.m., John Sorrell, Minister to Students, leads the Youth Service:  “The Consistency of God”.  Adult Choir practice is at 8 p.m.

Movie night:  Fri., March 19 - Everyone is invited to join us in the fellowship hall for “Flywheel”.  Popcorn and drinks will be served at 6:30 p.m. and the movie begins at 7:00 p.m.  Bring your family and friends for a fun evening of fellowship.  Childcare provided.

Beth Moore Bible Study:  March 21 at 7:30 a.m. – Women and Teen Girls’ Breakfast and Bible Study in the fellowship hall.  Sally Sandifer and Nina Blevins continue to lead us in a Beth Moore Bible study of Esther:  It’s Tough Being a Woman (week 7). 

Social news:  Rev. Jimmy and Mary Ann Sides were guests for dinner in the home of Sam and Glen Tyson on Saturday.  Patrick Snipes spent last week touring Savannah, GA, and attended a conference in Tampa, FL.

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