Anyone who has spent time
in the kitchen knows the pain of standing at the kitchen counter cutting grapes
or cherry tomatoes in half for a salad. You can practically make every other
course of the meal combined in the time it takes just to perform this one task.
Enter Rob Goodhue. Rob is
an executive chef at a country club in Florida. For ten years he's been
watching his wife cut grapes and tomatoes the "normal" way, before
finally suggesting that he knew an "easier" way to do it: Just lay them
on a plate. Gently press another plate on top. Then simply use a sharp knife to
slice between the two and in seconds you have an entire plate of sliced grapes or
method has gone viral on the internet, and one blogger called him “the most
genius husband in the universe”. Mrs. Goodhue agrees.
Maybe you've spent your
entire life doing things "the normal way”, totally unaware that there is a
simpler technique which promises to be an ultimate life changer, not just here
and now, but forever, and all you need is a willing spirit and a change of
attitude. In fact, with a simple shift in heart-attitude, you can transform
even the most tedious and mundane activities into worship, and use every
opportunity to bring glory to God.
whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.
** A Sunday
morning Bible class for children ages 4 through 5th grade
started this morning. Older children will remain with the adult Bible class.
** If you
are a hostess for the wedding shower of Jake Waldo and have not been assigned a
job, please meet at the front of the auditorium this morning after worship
Megan and River Shipley will be with us on Sunday, March 14th. Andrew
will share their mission plans in Maryland as he speaks to us during Bible
class and worship.
** The Children’s Home in Lubbock is asking us to collect boys’ pajamas for
this year’s Big Heart campaign. Any size or style will be appreciated. Please
bring those pajamas to the office by May 23rd. Thank you!
** Funeral services for Allen
Crawford were last Tuesday at the Kearney Church of Christ in Kearney, Nebraska.
He was the son of W.J. and Jewel Crawford. We extend our love and sympathy to
Bailey is scheduled for an injection in his back tomorrow. Please keep him in
keep Nelda Elliff in your prayers as she struggles with bone cancer. She is the
sister-in-law of Becky Tucker.
** Gloria Sandlin appreciates all of the prayers lifted up on behalf of her
sister. She is now home and improving.
Also keep these people in your
hearts and prayers:
Jennings, Darla Young, Gaye Young, Melody
Jennings, Linda Hodges, Lanelle Dovel, Bill Huff, Wynelle Waldo, Herb
Huff, Butch Moore, Annette Tracy, Janet Wright, Terry Cash, Duane
Tracy, Sean Chambers, Linda Hayhurst, Lena
Allison, Gigi Barlow, Noe Jackson, Yvonne Nevins, Charles McKone,
Carolyn Cox, Jeff Swanson, Linda Cates, Gayle Scott, Theron Culwell,
Carolyn Culwell, Nelda Elliff, Service
men and women, AIM, Mission Teams, College Students
Allison Toby Brown
Larry Stewart Daryl Tucker
Richard Combest Ross
Bobby Moudy Danny Tucker
Johnson Delphine Ruiz
Because the Lord is my
Shepherd, I have everything
I need! He lets me rest in
meadow grass and leads me
beside the quiet streams.
Bible Study at 9:30 Services at 10:30
Sunday:Bible Class...9:30 a.m.
Worship...10:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.
Bible Class 9:30 A.M. Bible Study...6:00 p.m.
1st and 3rd Sundays of the month...potluck followed by
early evening services.