Text Box: Audrey Strahl — home now, suffering from congestive heart failure (Jeff Booth’s mother)
Vic Shaklee —  fractured back , surgery; slowly recovering (Linda’s father)
Kathyrn Scott —  severe MS, losing use of arms and swallowing ability (friend of Baileys)
Randy Gnessett —  pulmonary hypertension and awaiting a lung  (friend of Candace Sellers)
Velvet Green — to undergo tests for nodules on her thyroid gland (Gary’s wife)

Text Box: Sandy Booth — ovarian cancer; tumor has shrunk considerably and CA125 White Cell count is dropping. Pray for complete healing! (Jeff’s sister-in-law)
Kathleen Calhoun — much improved (Susan Chiappone’s mother)
David Carlson — malignant brain tumor (Roy’s brother)
Kenny Crooks — lymphoma cancer
Vickie Crevoi — chronic progressive MS (Linda Booth’s sister)
Sherry Evans — sarcoma cancer . . . “feeling better every day!” (Glennis’ and Jerry’s niece)
Text Box: Harry Gonzales — prostate surgery; recovering at home
Tina Gonzales — breast cancer; continuing chemo treatments (Cindy Lujan’s friend)
Sam Kiser — multiple myloma cancer; some improvement (friend of Jeff and Linda)
Charlie Khoeler — stroke  recovery through therapy (friend of John Stickel)
Hank Unruh — two-year battle with  cancer (friend of John Stickel)
Dollie Meil — cerebral palsy
Carrie McClenan —weekly dialysis for severe kidney failure
Text Box: Anniversaries:
 Henry & Virginia Sellers	Feb. 14th

Text Box: CHAIR-ITY . . . If you wish to donate to the CEP chair fund see James Bailey.
(Chairs cost approx. $20 each)
Text Box: MONTH of
 Joe Chiappone		Feb. 2nd
Merle Vines		Feb. 8th
Candace Sellers		Feb. 13th
Text Box: PRAYER REQUESTS: The prayer of faith shall save the sick and the Lord shall raise him up’ —James 5:15
Text Box: 								Hymns for Him 
Text Box: 		Announcements & Celebrations
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Text Box:              Volume 14, Issue 2

Sing songs from your heart to Christ.  Sing praises over everything, any excuse for a song to God the Father in the name of our Master, Jesus Christ .  ~  Ephesians 5:19-20, Msg.

John Newton quit his life on the sea and began working as a surveyor of tides in 1755. He began preparing for the ministry after being touched by Evangelist George Whitefield and his wife, Mary.  Ordained at age 39, he was appointed to the Anglican church in Olney, England. During

his tenure there he and the great British poet, William Cowper, developed a lasting friendship. They met together nearly every day in the garden between their homes, producing a volume of hymns. After fifteen years Newton was appointed rector of

a quaint church in the heart of London’s financial district, where he preached for 28 years until his death at age 82.Late in life, when his mind began failing, he said, “My memory is nearly gone; but I remember two

things, that I am a great sinner and that Christ is a great Savior.”  Though he wrote many songs, his best-known hymn obscured most of them: Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me . . .