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7/19 Ladies Savvy Senior Daisy Inn outing

7/28 Anchor Youth work day & swim event

8/4 Ladies Day at NCoC with speaker Paige Kee

8/11 Anchor Youth Back to School party

9/21-23 Men's Retreat Weekend


At a particularly dark time in his life “David encouraged himself in the Lord his God (I Sam. 30:6). I don’t doubt that he did this by reminding himself of all that God had done for him. “Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all of His benefits” (Psalm 103:2). It’s encouraging to remember how God worked in the lives of His chosen ones in Scripture. Recounting the history of God’s deliverances recorded in Old and New Testaments, brings us profit and pleasure. But we have histories of our own if we’ll make effort to remember them—maybe not as impressive as those of Bible history, but impressive enough. We used to encourage ourselves in church by singing “Count your blessings; Name them one by one; Count your many blessings, See what God has done.”  That’s still excellent advice. Gratitude is a most satisfying, sanctifying, and health-giving emotion. All for Jesus, Richard