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Echo010617 Don’t Mark Your Mistakes On New Year’s Day, 1929, Georgia Tech played UCLA in the Rose Bowl. In that game a young man named Roy Riegels recovered a fumble for UCLA. Picking up the loose ball, he lost his sense of direction and ran sixty-five yards toward the wrong goal line. One of his […]

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God Can Reshape Us Jeremiah 18 It is easy in this world of ours to become spiritually side-tracked. Spiritual distractions come at us in many forms, such as movies, TV, friendships, habits, addictions, bad decisions, temptations, social media, etc., all of which can negatively affect us. We must be on guard as Satan uses every […]

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Poinsettias in the auditorium provided by In Memory of Jan Cooper – Mike and Sandy Haltom Jim Edmonds – Susan Edmonds Neil Hardy, Sr. – Mary Lou Hardy and Family Gene Hibbett – Hibbett and Moore Families Retta Maness – Bill & Mary Maness & Family Mae M. Mathis – Trent and Suzanne Scott Mae […]

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What Are You Getting Out of Worship? (Part 3) As we seek to please and honor God while preserving the scriptural integrity of worship, what improvements can and should be made? Here are some suggestions: Bring a worshipful disposition with you (Psalm 63:1-3). No one else can step in and do this on your behalf. […]

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estesyouthFor the past couple of months, the Youth Committee has been discussing what we as a church can do to strengthen our youth program as we make plans for the future. We love and are proud of our young people, and we are all dedicated to providing them with the tools they need as they […]

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What Are You Getting Out of Worship? (Part 1) When you assemble with the saints for corporate worship, what are you getting out of it? Do you find the atmosphere less than inspiring? Is the preaching dull and boring? Is the song service lacking in enthusiasm? Are the prayers dry? Has communion become predictable and […]

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The Power in an Acorn As we begin to see the changes of the fall season, we are reminded of the power of God’s creation. Those changes often remind us of endings as trees lose their leaves, plants go dormant, and many animals start to hibernate for the long winter. We, ourselves even start to […]

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Last year at the very first Kids for Haiti Fair, we saw an outpouring of love from our children, parents, and Estes members. The wares and services our children offered for sale showcased their varying personalities and talents – we had baked goods, crafts, artwork, and even performances! Customers at the Fair were very generous […]