|Saturday, 9:30 a.m.||Adult, Collegiate, and Children’s Sabbath School|
|Saturday, 10:45 a.m.||Worship Hour|
|Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.||Bible Study|
|Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.||Prayer Meeting|
The recommended amount of water needed daily is simple to remember. Divide your body weight in half, and drink that amount of water in ounces. For example, if your weight is 120 pounds, then you should drink approximately 60 ounces of water each day. Another suggestion is to always drink water when you are thirsty.
It takes effort to avoid doing His work. It isn’t hard to smile at a fearful child in a hallway. Nor is it difficult to say an encouraging word to those you meet wherever it is you meet people. If the Lord is in your heart, you’ll find Him popping out in things you say and things you do all the time.
With school back in session, we adopt a different type of routine, and cherished summer activities, although hard to relinquish, are now just memories. Labor Day weekend is one more opportunity to gather with family and friends, have a cookout, stay up late on a Sunday night, or have a long weekend camping trip.
With just over two weeks to my twelfth birthday, excitement was welling up in my young body. I asked my mom if she would organize a birthday party and invite the twenty friends listed on the piece of paper I handed to her.
Daisy was a student of mine when she was in Kindergarten. Later, when she was in second grade, I worked with her in two programs: in ESOL (English as a Second Language) and EIP (Early Intervention Program). I saw her for forty minutes twice each day.