Livermore Baptist Church December 18, 2011 Christmas Cantatas Praise and Worship 8: 00 am Sunday School – 9: 20 am


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Livermore Baptist Church

December 18, 2011
Christmas Cantatas
Praise and Worship 8:00 am

Sunday School – 9:20 am
Morning Worship – 10:30 am


Evening Worship at 5:00 pm

Adult Choir Cantata

Potluck Dinner at 6:00 pm

Livermore Baptist Church

Bro. Clive G. Bell, Pastor

Kelly Thurman, Minister of Music

Sunday Services

Praise & Worship 8:00 am

Sunday School 9:20 am

Morning Worship 10:30 am

Discipleship Training 5:00 pm

Evening Worship 6:00 pm

Wednesday Services

Bible Study/Prayer Meeting 6:30 pm

Mission Groups 6:30 pm

Whatever It Takes-

That Livermore Might Know Jesus


Deacon on Call

Week of December 18th – Alton Free 270-278-2587

Next week – Hosea Brown 270-278-2787


Pastor’s home, 270-278-2711 Pastor’s cell, 270-925-1225

Christian Life Center, 270-278-2499 Church Office, 270-278-2310


Prayer Meeting/Bible Study and Mission Groups

Every Wednesday - 6:30 pm


Men’s Prayer Time – Every Thursday – 8:30 am - CLC


Church Wide Visitation - Every Thursday- 6:30 pm
Christmas Cantatas TODAY

Boys & Girls at 10:30 am

Adults at 5:00 pm

Dinner at 6:00 pm


January Business Meeting Rescheduled to

Wednesday, Jan. 11th at 7:30 pm


On Wednesday, December 21, the Deacon’s will be giving out the Christmas Food boxes. If you know of anyone in need of this, please call the church office and tell Vicki their name and telephone number.


NOTE FROM THE TREASURER: If you wish to make any special year end contributions to the church and receive credit on your 2011 contributions statement, please give them to me no later than December 25th. Any money received after that date will be recorded as a 2012 contribution.

David Austin

Welcome New Members:

Morgan Adkins

Martina Boyken

Katie Gross

Jonathan Embry

Phillip Brown


December 18th -24th

Birthdays: Marshal Enoch – 24th, Anne Strong - 24th
Anniversaries: Jimmy & Sandy Lott


Dillion Kassinger’s new address is: VAW-123

1027 Bellinger Blvd.

Norfolk, VA 23511


Nursery No Nursery

Next WeekDebbie Enoch

Children’s Church 3-5 Yrs. – Sara Atherton & Beth Bell

Next Week – Ella Jean Cox & Nadine Jennings

Ushers Today - Freddie Strong, Jeremy Harberson,

Hosea Brown, W.E. Hicks

(Sunday School Hall Monitor – Jeremy Harberson)

Next Week – Gilbert Bell, David D. Hicks, David B.

Hicks, Mark Atherton

(Sunday School Hall Monitor – David D. Hicks)

Sunday Country Route Van Drivers*

Today – David Beller 239-850-0623

Next Week – Lanny Rideout

*If you know anyone that needs a ride to Sunday School

Call David today or Lanny for next week.

Wednesday Bus Helpers, December 21st - Allan Kidd &

Sue Humphrey

December 28th – College & Careers Class

December 25th10:30 am Service only

No Evening Service

What to give?

To your enemy, forgiveness.
To an opponent, tolerance.
To a friend, your heart.
To a customer, service.
To all men, charity.
To every child, a good example.
To yourself, respect.
—Oren Arnold


“Let us remember that the Christmas heart is a giving heart, a wide open heart that thinks of others first. The birth of the baby Jesus stands as the most significant event in all history because it has meant the pouring into a sick world of the healing medicine of love which has transformed all manner of hearts for almost 2,000 years … underneath all the bulging bundles is this

Beating Christmas heart.”

—George Matthew Adams


His Heart, His Hands, His Voice”

This is this year’s theme for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Our church goal is $2,100.00. If you are a follower of Jesus Christ, you are part of the task to fulfill the Great Commission. In 1 Corinthians 12:27, Paul says, “All of you together are Christ’s body, and each of you is a part of it”. Jesus has commissioned us to be HIS HEART, HIS HANDS, HIS VOICE. Through praying, giving and going, Southern Baptists have fulfilled this legacy for more than 160 years.
Yet billions remain lost and time may be running out for them. We must pray more intentionally and give more sacrificially than ever before. What can you do, individually? Start by being “Southern Baptist Missions” as an extension of His Heart, Hands, and Voice through your prayers and giving to the LMCO. You can give throughout the Month of December.

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We are taking orders for church shirts. Sign up sheets and more information can be found in the fellowship hall. The proceeds from the sale of the shirts will go to the GA’s. They would make great Christmas presents!! Thanks for your support.


The Women’s Bible Study will start a new Bible Study January 9, 2012, 6:30 pm, in the CLC. James, Mercy Triumphs, by Beth Moore is an eight week book study. All women are invited to attend and any friends you may wish to invite are also welcome. If interested, please contact Linda Brown, 278-2787 by January 3. Cost of books is $14.95.


We are going to create a new Church Directory. Olan Mills will be taking pictures on February 9th, 10th & 11th . Please sign up to have your picture taken on one of those days. Sign up sheets are in the Fellowship Hall.

Poinsettias donated in memory of loved ones.
In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Austin

By Judy and David Austin

In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. E.F. O’Bryan

By Judy and David Austin

In Memory of Gerald Gross

By Bobby and Stella

In Memory of Quienton and Bevie

Donna Campbell

Ford and Donna Johnson

By Bobby & Stella

In Memory of Freddie Crowe

By Lucille Crowe

In Memory of Stacy Rideout

By Mom, Dad,

Joy, Keith, Sara, Amanda, Haley & Dillon
In Memory of Hershel Strong (Grandad)

by Carissa Hocker and Tabitha Culver

In Memory of Erwin & Augusta Beller

By Dave & Sue Beller

Freddie & Anne Strong
In Memory of Roscoe & Esther

By Freddie & Anne Strong

The poinsettia

Also known as the Christmas Star and Christmas Flower, it’s said that this winter flower’s association with Christmas comes from a Mexican legend. The story goes that a child, with no means for a grander gift, gathered humble weeds from the side of the road to place at the church alter on Christmas Eve. As the congregation witnessed a Christmas miracle, the weeds turned into brilliant red and green flowers.

Named after Joel Roberts Poinsett, first United States ambassador to Mexico and the amateur botanist who introduced the plant to the U.S. in 1825, the poinsettia is also known as Mexican Flame Leaf, Winter Rose, Noche Buena and, in Turkey, Atakurk’s Flower, because it was the favorite flower of Atakurk, the founder of modern Turkey.
While considered by the ancient Aztecs to be symbols of purity, in today's language of flowers, red, white or pink poinsettias, the December birth flower, symbolize good cheer and success and are said to bring wishes of mirth and celebration.


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