Classes…………………………………………………………..10:00 a.m. Worship…………………………………………………………….11:00 a.m.
Wednesday: Class……………………………………………..7:00 p.m. An unattended nursery – 2nd door West Hall of building
Hearing Assistance Devices
Hearing Assistance Devices are available upon request. Ask a member and you will be taken care of.
DATE REGULAR MISSIONS ATTENDANCE
Sept.15 $3708 $125 75
Sept. 8 $2458 76
Sept. 1 $3037 99
The Healing Poultice by Joe Barnett
By this, all men will know that you are my disciples
if you love one another. John 13:35
It challenges credibility to imagine Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz being on the same team and playing nice. Only a compelling passion for a cause bigger than their differences – and bigger than themselves – could bring about the accord.
Two of Jesus’ apostles, Matthew, and Simon the Zealot, were political enemies.
Matthew was a tax collector for Rome, an abominable occupation in the eyes of Patriot Jews, who considered him a traitor.
Simon was a Zealot. Zealots hated Rome and brutally murdered Jewish traitors. If Simon had met Matthew before both joined Jesus, he would have decapitated him.
But their allegiance to Jesus trumped their political hostility, motivated Matthew and Simon to work together harmoniously. People who hate each other can come to love each other when they both love Jesus.
The poultice that heals is love.
Joe Barnett’s website: www.pathwayco.com
CHURCH OF CHRIST
P.O. Box 3835
Galveston, TX 77552
NEWS & NOTES
September 22, 2019
Allen C. Isbell
Come Before Winter (Mariana Long)
Mike & Hope Zuniga (San Angelo, TX)
Church of Christ Disaster Relief
Gospel Chariot Ministries
SIBI Solar Ministry
Sunny Glen Children’s Home
Brazilian Children’s Home
Give our visitors a great big Broadway welcome. We encourage you to fill out a visitor card and put it in the collection plate. We appreciate your visit.
Today’s Sermon: Allen’s sermon today is “Cost of Discipleship”; Luke 14:25-27
The Adult Class: Allen will continue The Stories that Jesus Told. Today’s study is “The Story of the Talents”, Matthew 25:14-30. A big thank you to Chris Garvin for teaching the class for the past three Sundays.
Tuesday Ladies Class: 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Class: 7:00 p.m. Larry Smith will continue the study of grief and grieving from both the spiritual and psychological perspectives. “Sources of Grief”.
Keep in Prayers!
B.J. Henderson: B.J. is at home. Calls, cards, and visits are appreciated. Phone: 409-443-8752.
Laura Williams (former Broadway member) has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Treatment is planned. Please keep Laura and husband Clarence in your prayers.
Alice Williams has been in UTMB but is now discharged. She reports that her condition is much better. She appreciates your prayers.
Johnny Cowart (Darla’s cousin Elaine’s husband) is in a Longview Hospital receiving treatment for kidney failure. His condition is very serious. Please remember this family.
Bill and Marie Nunnally have a new granddaughter, Ryan Catherine, born on September 9.
Jan Pearsall-Thomas just earned her 4th degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. This is an extremely high achievement!
We Need Your Help!
If you have borrowed folding tables or chairs from Broadway, please return them by Friday, September 27. Thanks!
Opportunity for Good Work!
Broadway has participated in the coat distribution at the Spring Branch Church of Christ for the past two years. This outreach serves persons of all ages. This year’s event is scheduled for October 26th and November 2nd. There is a need for all types of winter outerwear: coats, sweaters, windbreakers, sweatsuits of all sizes, weights, and types. There is a strong need for children’s sizes, especially small sizes.
Jim Culpepper, who was very supportive of Broadway’s rebuilding program after Hurricane IKE, is asking for our help. Let’s join in and do our part for this effort!
Both new and gently used (clean) clothing is appreciated. To contribute bring your donated items to the church building beginning next Sunday, September 29th, through Sunday, October 20th. There will be plastic containers located in the room left of the pulpit. For additional information see Mikey.
We all experienced the wrath of Tropical Storm Imelda this past week. Most of us were lucky to avoid the flood damage, although getting around our Island was a challenge! The church building incurred damage in five locations to the roof, especially the Ladies restroom and the kitchen. If you see the holes in the ceiling, rest assured that repairs are to be made very soon.