Pleasant Hill NewsBy PEGGY LEWIS,
Announcements: Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church is in revival this week services will begin each night at 7:00 p.m. Rev. Melvin Hendrick of Meridian will be the speaker for the week.
MT. Olive’s Fall revival will be August 12-16, 2018 with services starting at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Rev. Marcus McDougle of Pleasant Hill M.B. Church will speak on August 12, 2018. At 1:00 p.m.
Rev. Marcus McDougle will be the evangelist for New MT. Calvary Revival this week. Services will start at 7:00 p.m.
Pleasant Hill M.B. Church Annual Fall Revival will begin August 19-23, 2018. Sunday evening Rev. Ralph James will speak at 6:00 p.m. Monday night speaker will be Rev. Charles Bell, Tuesday and Wednesday night speaker will be Rev. Eric Jones, Thursday night speaker will be Rev. Ralph James. Services will begin each night at 7:00 p.m.
Happy Birthday To: Rosiland McCoy, Barbara Ficklin, Betty Qualls, Joe McDougle, Gary Gipson, Rev. Mark Burgess Tiffany Townsend, India Walker and Brenda Jolly.
Vistin: Robert Matheny (brother of Peggy Lewis) and Brenda Jolly of Charleston South Carolina were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lewis, while here they were able to visited one of our great restaurants Cock Of The Walk. Mr. and Mrs. Jerrell Chambers join the group. Great family time. Robert and Brenda attended Sunday Morning Church Service.
Mayor Gerald Keeton was in our mist doing Sunday Church Service.
Prayers For: Jeffery Lewis, (brother of Jimmie Lewis) Cleveland Nichols, Rev. Les Brandon and Steve Deering. On August 5, 2018 our morning message was brought by Rev. Marcus McDougle scripture reverence Hebrews 12:1 with the subject Denied, Delayed and Disruptive.
Food For Thought: Habit and tradition powerfully influence our actions and beliefs. Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish our cultural beliefs from Biblical truth. As we grow in the Lord, we must examine our beliefs to make sure they are based on what the Bible says rather than merely on what we were taught. We can hope that ideas we were taught will agree with Biblical truth, but we can’t be sure unless we examine them. We need to examine our own beliefs and be responsible for what we teach others, including our children and people in our church. Are we teaching them our opinions and our perspective or are we teaching them God’s?