We know God guides us, but how do we tell the difference between God’s voice, usually a “still, small voice,” and the much louder voices of the world?
This Sunday we’ll hear a wonderful story from the Bible about a young man named Samuel who was wrestling with that very question. We’ll also hear an amazing story about someone who’s eyes were opened in today’s world. Come as we grow together in our ability to truly walk alongside the God who loves us!
(We worship at 8:30 and 10:55 or 11:05 on KWBW)
Human Relations Day
A special offering will be taken for Human Relations Day on Sunday, January 14. This Churchwide Special Sunday of The United Methodist Church supports the Community Developers Program and community advocacy through United Methodist Voluntary Services, related to the General Board of Global Ministries, and at-risk teens through the Youth Offender Rehabilitation program, General Board of Church and Society. Thank you in advance for your generous gifts!
2018 Lay Servant Ministries School
There will be a Lay Servant Ministries School on March 9-10 at the Heartland Center for Spirituality in Great Bend. The mission of this school is: To nurture, equip, and transform leaders in the United Methodist Church. Classes that are being offered are: Lay Servant Basic Course, United Methodist Heritage, and Justice in Everyday Life. If you have never taken the Basic Course, you will need to take that class before you can take an Advanced Course.If you are interested in attending, please contact Lisa Dale at the church office before March 1st.
9 Tips to Stay Healthy During Flu Season
1. TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR. Get professional advice if you are at risk for complications from flu.
2. WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY. During flu season, everyone should be encouraged to keep their hands out of their mouths, avoid rubbing their eyes and wash their hands thoroughly several times a day, especially before meals.
3. EAT A HEALTHY DIET RICH IN VITAMINS C AND E. Foods containing these vitamins are believed to be helpful in supporting the immune system.
4. GET A GOOD NIGHTâ€™S SLEEP. Lack of sleep may profoundly inhibit your immune system. Get a full nightâ€™s sleep to keep your bodyâ€™s natural defenses at optimum efficiency.
5. STAY HYDRATED. Increasing your water intake will help you stay healthy and lessen the chance of you coming down with flu.
6. KEEP MEDICINE (FOR FLU SYMPTOMS) READILY AVAILABLE.
7. EXERCISE REGULARLY. Not only can regular exercise lower stress, but exercise can stimulate the immune system and promote healthy sleep.
8. LISTEN TO YOUR BODY. If you do come down with a cold or flu, take it easy. If you believe youâ€™re coming down with flu, the best thing you can do for friends and family is to not expose them unnecessarily to the virus.
9. SEEK HELP IF YOU GET WORSE. If your symptoms become significantly worse after the first three days of illness, especially if your fever subsides and then returns, be sure to seek medical attention right away. The reason that flu is considered a potentially dangerous infection is that it leaves the body vulnerable to other infections like pneumonia.
Don’t forget to support our Hope Houses, the colorful boxes on the west side of our building! Bring anything to leave for anyone to take.
Have you linked your Dillons Plus card with the church? If you do, a portion of all your normal purchases will go to support our ministries! You can set it up by clicking here or contact the office if you’d like help.
Come this Sunday to hear Brenda Hogan preach!
Sunday, January 14
Human Relations Day
8:30am & 10:55am Worship
9:45am Sunday School
9:45am Choir Rehearsal
11:05am Radio Broadcast (KWBW 1450 AM, 98.5 FM)
Wednesday, January 17