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RUSHVILLE — Faith Baptist Church - Morristown

A special guest speaker on the topic of “creationism” will be at Faith Baptist Church on Sunday, Oct. 14, to teach Sunday school and preach the morning and afternoon services, followed by a pitch-in lunch at noon.

Events for this week include: Every Monday through December - Good News Club at New Palestine Elementary immediately after school. Every Wednesday through December, the church also sponsors the Good News Club at Morristown Elementary. Contact the school office or the church for more information (765) 763-7657.

Sunday, Oct. 21 - The Fall Bonfire will take place at Robert and Mary Rodebeck’s farm in Greenfield at 1:30 p.m. The afternoon preaching service will be around the campfire, as well as games, activities, corn hole contest and a hay ride. Each family should bring lawn chairs and a side dish. The church will provide dinnerware, hot dogs and buns.

Wednesday, Oct. 24 - monthly visitation teams will leave the church at 7 p.m.  

Sunday, Oct. 28 - monthly business meeting in order to vote on two deacons.

The church food pantry is collecting non-perishable items for families in need during the holiday season. Contributions can be left in the box in the church office.

Online sermons can be heard on the church website at www.fbcmorristown.org. Dr. Wayne Scott, pastor.   

Big Flatrock Christian Church

Big Flatrock Christian Church would like to invite everyone to their annual Homecoming Celebration/Knowles Shaw Day at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 14. Special guest bringing the message will be Mike Whitacre. Special music will be by Eddie Thompson. Church memorabilia will also be on display. There will be a pitch in dinner at noon. Please bring a well filled basket and share our special day with us. Information: Larry Stout at 765-629-2892.

Plum Creek Christian Church

What money can’t buy. Sadly, when we think about what it means to be rich we immediately think of material wealth. The Bible tells a very different story about the meaning of riches. Being wealthy has nothing to do with our financial status. Rather it has everything to do with our spiritual condition. As defined in the book of Ephesians 1:1-14 money cannot buy what we truly need. These verses tell us how to achieve unbelievable riches. They provide peace, joy, salvation, purpose, faith and eternity in heaven. Are you going through life lonely, feeling left out or worthless? Turn to the Word of God and learn how to achieve these spiritual blessings. You are chosen by God. While our earthly families may often disappoint, God decided to adopt us into His family. Jesus paid the price of our sins by his blood; he bought and paid for all who would accept him. He offers wisdom that could baffle college professors but be understood by someone who may be illiterate. He will give you an everlasting inheritance. When you ask Jesus to take control of your life you will be sealed with Christ. He will put his mark of ownership on you with the gift of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit living in you will then change how you act and think in your everyday life. You will not have a perfect life this side of heaven, but you will be anxiously awaiting an eternal reward. Jesus is there preparing a place for all of those who put their trust in him. Let Jesus show you the way. Don’t wait another day, it could be too late to make the most important decision of your life. For any questions on this life saving message contact our Senior Minister Ray Sweet at the church office.

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