CrossTalk The Heights Adult 2 Connection Group March 29, 2012
T h e H ei gh t s A du l t 2
Volume 1, Issue 6
Super Spud Supper... Inside this issue: Super Spud Supper
Super Spud cont.
We all had a great time! April Party!
Adult 2 Connection Team:
Kathy Kellar, Director and Prayer Coordinator, 944-9178
Brenda Morris, Care Group and Mission Project Leader, 949-6962
Bob Kellar, Outreach Leader, 9449178
Cynthia Hickey, Teacher, 374-7990 Email: email@example.com
Adult 2 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Contacts: Office: 325-224-8222 Website: www.theheightsonline.org
Thanks to everyone who came and brought all the delicious food! The food was good, the fun was great, and the fellowship was sweet.
winning first prize in our St. Patrick’s Day word mining contest. But Pat McCone was close behind her! (cont.)
Roger Blocker brought a very special chili with a secret ingredient. It was delicious. And many of us tried pesto on a baked potato for the first time and all enjoyed it. Brenda Morris was the word queen
Connection Group Easter Breakfast Remember to bring your favorite breakfast foods to share on Sunday, April 8th. We will enjoy celebrating our April birthdays as well as celebrating the resurrec-
tion of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Make it a point to join us at 9:15AM in our classroom for Easter Breakfast!
More Super Spud Supper Fun... We also stretched our brains writing fun Limericks and then voted on the winners. Peyton McCone won top honors with Beth Luker coming in second. They’re pictured here with their prizes. We’ve also included everyone’s limericks for you to “enjoy”!
Peyton’s Limerick: I once went to a Sunday School Party, There we ate potatoes that were good and hearty. We played a game of make up 3 letter words, I found out my skill for it was for the birds. I can’t wait for the next Salad Party! Beth’s Limerick: There was a wonderful man, Whose ears were so large he hid them in sand. But the wife said “No!” You should be in a show. So he went on stage and played in a band.
A president we call Obama Had two girls and pretty Mama. But we’ll vote very soon, He’ll be over the moon, And we’ll be the “Kats Pajamas!”
There once was a boy named Roy, Whose sister’s name was Joy. They liked to sing happy songs, As they joyfully skipped along. As they both were the real McCoys!
I came to a home in Sheffield Land, That had cinnamon chili not out of a can. It wasn’t as good as the cherry Which with ice cream made me merry. My adventure will now end with a Tums, oh man!
of the Limericks
I have a few good reasons for praying, And one of them just entered my head. If I don’t pray while I’m living, I sure won’t pray when I’m dead!
There was an old codger, Who loved to play ball with the Dodgers. He tried so hard to throw the ball, But every time he did, he would take a fall. But he would get up with a broken jaw!
There was an old woman in a shoe, She was in such a very big, bad stew! Her kids were all bad, That made her so sad, She just didn’t know what she would do!
There was an old lady named Pat, Who had millions and millions of cats. They had many stripes, Who at fruit that was ripe, So Pat was very busy with her cats!
Volume 1, Issue 6
April Connection Group Studies... 1st:
Jesus Died for Our Sins (Matthew 26-27) “For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” 2 Corinthians 5:21 KJV
Jesus Rose from Death (Matthew 27-28; Luke 24) “He is not here! For He has been resurrected, just as He said.” Matthew 28:6 HCS
15th: Jesus Lives in Believers (John 15; Romans 6; Galatians 2) “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me.” Galatians 2:19b NIV
Foundations of our Faith
22nd: Jesus Works Through His Church (Matthew 16 & 28) “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20 HSB
29th: Jesus Is Coming Again (Revelation 22; Matthew 24) “So you also must be ready, because the Son of Man will come at an hour when you do not expect him.” Matthew 24:44
April Connection Group Gathering... FRIDAY: APRIL 27TH at 6:30PM at the home of Gerald Clark (Cynthia Hickey’s brother) 9085 Landers Road (Directions are below) Bring: Your favorite salad to share (i.e. green, veggie, potato, pasta, etc) A lawn chair and a drink (if you want something besides tea!) Some friends!! What: We’ll enjoy God’s beautiful creation on Gerald’s 10 acres, play some horseshoes and washers, some table games, singing with the guitar, and of course, some great food!
Meet at the Heights at 6PM to convoy out to Quail Valley! Phone Numbers for directions: Cynthia: 325-374-7990 Gerald: 325-650-5341
Directions to Pastor Gerald Clark’s home at 9085 Landers Rd: Allow 25-30 minutes traveling time! If you know where Pastor Miller’s home is, head that way! Go East on FM 2105 till you reach 208. Turn North (left). Continue on 208 till you reach Bristow Rd. (Quail Valley Bapt. Ch. is on the corner). Turn East (right) on Bristow. Continue on Bristow, as you follow it around, it becomes N Valley Rd. You will be turning back South (right) as you curve around. Follow N. Valley around till you reach Swain Rd. Turn left. Look for the balloons! Follow Swain around till you reach Landers Rd. Turn right. Again, look for balloons! Follow Landers Rd. around till you reach Gerald’s home on left. There will be balloons at entrance!!
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AGAPE MINISTRIES: We are helping a Senior student at Lake View High School (one of Miriam Smithâ€™s students) with needs for her baby boy who is due in just a couple of weeks. She is taking dual credit (college) courses and plans to attend college after graduation in May. She is currently living with her grandmother and has no family support. Miriam has counseled with her to stay in school and got her registered with free birthing/parenting classes at Shannon. However, she has absolutely no support from the father of the baby or his family and she and her grandmother barely have enough to take of themselves. We are asking you to bring new or gently used appropriate baby clothing, accessories, furniture, perhaps diapers, etc. she can use anything you bring. We would like to send a nice basket in a few weeks with Miriam to present to this young lady sharing the love of Christ with her.
Lake View Food and Clothing Closets also need new or gently used clothing and nonperishable or canned food items to help the needy students and their families.
If you are available to help with Rust Street Ministries SORT IT OUT (sorting donated clothing), please contact the church office 224-8222 and let them know, or come Friday or Saturday, March 30-31, from 2-5. We have light tasks for those who need to work from a seated position. Come Friday 2-3 or Sat 4-5 if you can help lift.