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Estes Youth Recap It has been a busy summer for our youth group! We started out with a bang by going to Kings Island in Cincinnati, Ohio. We had 40 people go on this trip. We went to Jeffersonville, Indiana on Wednesday, May 21st, and worshipped with the Northside church of Christ. We spent the […]

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HOMECOMING AND DECORATION DAY Sunday, May 18 Friends, family, and former members – we’d love to see you! Come home to Estes this weekend. GUEST SPEAKER: BARRY ENGLAND

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Congratulations to our 2014 high school graduates! Please take time to pray for each of these young people and let them know you are proud of who they have become. The graduates will be honored Sunday morning, May 18, at Estes.

Christianity in Action – Summer Series 2014

How does it look when we put our faith to work? The Bible tells us how our Christianity can be seen in action. “…be doers of the word, and not hearers only.” –  James 1:22 In order for Christianity to be meaningful, application of the Word is necessary. The emphasis of these studies is to […]

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Ladies Day 2014 Seasons of our Lives Saturday, April 26|Speaker: Nancy Wheat Nancy Wheat is a native of Zimbabwe, the daughter of missionaries Loy and Donna Mitchell. She is married to Bobby Wheat and they have served as missionaries in Zimbabwe for eight years and worked stateside in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Tennessee. The couple […]

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Lads to Leaders in Memphis Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me. Isaiah 6:7-9 This weekend a number of our kids, their parents, and others who have been working hard for months will be heading […]

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Fellowship When you hear the word “fellowship” what do you think of? Some of us may think “Oh no! I’m going to have to hug somebody!” Some may think “Oh boy! A potluck meal.” Some may have the word “worship” come to mind. We do know for sure that we are to “fellowship” one another. […]

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Theodore Roosevelt said, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” How true that statement really is. We live among hurting people, ourselves not excluded. So often we struggle with life and its consequences, and sometimes these struggles are faith shattering. How do we cope? How do we live? […]

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Welcome McManus family! The elders announced on Sunday that Trent McManus has been slected as our new youth and family minister and we are pleased to welcome Trent and Christy McManus and their children Gideon, Faith, Daisy, and Silas to our Estes family.

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Written in Sand and Stone Two friends were walking through the desert and got into an argument. One friend slapped the other one in the face. The one who got slapped was hurt, but without saying anything, wrote in the sand: “Today my best friend slapped me in the face.”