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  God says,"….Pray for one another…." James 5:16b. Prayer is our strongest link to our Lord and very powerful in our church. Our Prayer Chain is a group of our members who are "linked" together to pray for all of the prayer requests that we receive. We love nothing more than to pray for your needs, your families, friends, everyone in your lives, to weep when your weeping, and to rejoice when you are rejoicing. The more people we have "linked" to our chain, the stronger we become. When you contact either Dawn Jones or myself with a request, it is sent out to everyone on our lists. You don’t have to call anyone, we do that for you. To become a link, all you have to do is give us your phone number or email, however you prefer to be contacted and when you receive a request, stop and pray. Believe me there is nothing more wonderful than knowing there is a strong army of prayer warriors praying for you. We have seen prayers answered in our lives and the lives of others. You will be receiving a flyer in your mailboxes about the Prayer Chain. please consider joining us. Our chain has 20 links but we would love to add more.

"Rejoice always, pray without ceasing,
give thanks in all circumstances,
for this is the will of God
in Christ Jesus for you."<1 Thessalonians 5:16

  ANNOUNCEMENTS...

Next Sunday, February 4 is birthday Sunday. Come to the Fellowship Hall to celebrate with us.

Kari Knutson has provided a large box for us, that us next to our table in the Fellowship Hall. We are going to fill this box with items that Path Point needs. I have put a notice in all of your mailboxes with their needs list attached. Please help us supply their needs!!!!

Saturday, February 10 is our Valentine meeting. We are blessed to have Joel Wobrock come and share his work with the 5 homes he runs. After his talk, we will assemble our special Valentine gifts that we deliver to the shut-ins in our congregation. We are in need of more cookies this year. If you would like to help donate cookies, there is a cookie sign-up sheet in the fellowship hall. Thank you so much for your help.