2 Thessalonians Introduction 2
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Make your plans to be here each evening at 7:00 p.m. for our gospel meeting. Invite everybody you know! Our speaker will be Jerrie Barber.
All classes, 3rd grade and up, will meet in the auditorium for Sunday School beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday morning worship begins at 10:30 a.m.
We’ll have a fellowship meal for lunch in the fellowship building. Please remember to bring plenty of food for your family and enough to share with our
The meeting each evening, Sunday through Wednesday, will begin at 7 p.m. See below for meeting theme and more info on our speaker, Jerrie Barber.
HOW TO SURVIVE A STORM AND ENJOY THE SUNSHINE
(How to Learn From and Grow Through Problems in the Family and in the Church)
Sunday Morning: Why Do We Have So Many Problems and How Long Will They Exist?
Sunday Morning: What Is One of the Biggest Problems that Many Churches Have?
Sunday Evening: How Can Good Communication Help Solve Problems?
Monday Evening: Why Am I Often Disappointed in Leaders?
Tuesday Evening: How Many People Should Be Involved in Solving Problems?
Wednesday Evening: How Can Trust Grow Between Leaders and Followers?
Our speaker JERRIE BARBER was raised in Centerville, Tennessee. He attended Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee, 1963-1966, graduating with an A.A. in Bible and receiving the Third Year Certificate in Bible. In 1967, he graduated from David Lipscomb University with a major in Bible. In 1961, Jerrie preached his first sermon at the age of 16. Since that time, he has preached full time for congregations in Yorkville, Tennessee; Madisonville, Kentucky; Dalton, Georgia; Nashville, Tennessee; and Franklin, Tennessee. Since “retiring” from local work in April 2007, he has completed work as an interim preacher in Eddyville, Kentucky; Hendersonville, Tennessee; Cookeville, Tennessee; and LaVergne, Tennessee. He is now working as an interim with the church at Maury City, Tennessee. He is married to the former Gail Champion. They have two married children and six grandchildren. In addition to his local preaching, Jerrie has done work in the area of Leadership Development. He often consults with elders on how to improve communication, how to develop better relationships with deacons, and how to effectively lead and grow during conflict. His hobbies are ventriloquism, barefoot running, and biking. Mr. Barber is noted for his simple messages with interesting illustrations and practical applications. He encourages those who listen to find one practical idea that will be helpful to them in living closer to God.
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