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September, October, November 2012

A Quarterly Newsletter of Pavo Baptist Church MONTHLY MEMORY VERSES SEPTERMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER “Repent ye therefore, and be “And I say also unto thee, “When thou hast eaten and converted, that your sins That thou art Peter, and upon art full, then thou shalt bless may be blotted out, when this rock I will build my the Lord thy God for the the times of refreshing shall church; and the gates of hell good land which he hath come from the presence shall not prevail against it.” given thee.” of the Lord.” Matthew 16:18 Deuteronomy 8:10 Acts 3:19 P.O. Box 187 2097 West Harris Street Pavo, Georgia 31778 ● (229) 859-2481 ● www.pavobaptistchurch.org

Regular Weekly Schedule Sunday:

SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 - OCTOBER 3, 2012

SU SUNDAY, NDAY, MORNING - 11:00 AM EVENING - 6:30 PM MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - 7:00 PM * NURSER NURSERY Y PROVIDED

COVERED DISH SUPPER WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2012 AT 6:00 PM

COTTAGE ONE:

September 28, 2012

At The Home of

Molly & Ladie James

2004 North Robert Street Pavo, GA 31778

COTTAGE TWO:

September 25, 2012

At The Home of Rebecca Pressley

2038 South Robert Street Pavo, GA 31778

Coffee Fellowship – 9:45 a.m. Sunday School – 10:00 a.m. Classes for all age groups. Morning Worship – 11:00 a.m. Nursery Provided Choir Practice – 5:00 p.m. Evening Worship – 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday:

Mid-week Prayer Meeting – 7:00 p.m. View The PROCLAIMER on our website, www.pavobaptistchurch.org. Hover over Media, click on Publications and scroll down to the PROCLAIMER logo. Pavo Baptist Church P.O. Box 187 Pavo, Georgia 31778-0187

PLACE STAMP HERE

OCTOBER 21, 2012

Guest Speaker - Rev. David Cook Guest Musician - Tim Hampton MORNING WORSHIP STARTS AT 10:00 AM

Church Wide Covered Dish After No Sunday School or Evening Worship Rev. Tim VanLandingham

home: 229-377-4786 cell phone: 229-327-6733 email: brotim@pavobaptistchurch.org

Dear Pavo Baptist Church Family and Friends: The Scripture that keeps “singing” around in my head is Joel 2:1: “Blow ye the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in my holy mountain: let all the inhabitants of the land tremble: for the day of the Lord cometh, for it is nigh at hand.” I say “singing” because that verse has been set to a quite catchy and thought-provoking tune. I would sing it for you now but I need to type on! One of the most curious things in church life to me is to hear some people say things like, “Oh, our church is doing great. There are no real problems among us. We are paying our bills and people are joining. We have …” and on and on we go. Yet, those same folks will seldom be seen at church, and according to Southern Baptist statistics, only %10 tithe to the church. I dare say that our church is in tremendous need of Revival! Not revival meetings, but a Great Move of People Following Our Lord in Obedience. Some folks say that we need a Great Move of God, but the flaw in that statement is that He is already doing that! We are the ones who need to move, to get out of our comfort zone and serve our Lord!! The prophet Amos in 6:1 noticed that in his day as well when he said “Woe to those who are at ease in Zion…” In other words, it is a sad day when we think we are doing well and we simply “coast” along. As a matter of fact, when you coast along in your automobile, you will soon stop. We don’t want that to happen in our church. Brothers and Sisters in Christ, may we never coast along. May we ever be vigilant to be at church when the doors are open. May we all be in every prayer service prior to Revival! May we all be in every Revival service. May we all be at the Annual Meeting of the Thomas Association to be held at Pavo. May we all be at Homecoming! Will we ever tire? Maybe, but when we are in Sunday School, in Worship, and have a continual Scripture and Prayer focus in our lives, we are constantly refueling. The ministry, vitality, and salvation of our church depends on our obedience. May we be able to post on FaceBook after each service “Great time in worship as we sang and studied…” instead of “Played cards with a friend at 7 PM Sunday night and I won!” Let’s put our Lord first and the world somewhere else down the line! Let’s blow the trumpet in Pavo. May we sound the alarm that Christ is coming again, ultimately and finally. Let’s help them to prepare as we are prepared! See you Sunday, and Wednesday, and….. In the Matchless Name of Jesus, Brother Tim


September 2012 Sunday

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Tuesday

September 05 - Jack Hart September 15 - Julian Robinson September 17 - Homer Lanier September 18 - Pauline Sloan September 26 - Christian Payne September 28 - Rebekah VanLandingham

Wednesday

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Church Conference 7:00 pm

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Senior Adult Hotdog Luncheon

Merrillville Baptist Church, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

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Truck Loading for the Georgia Baptist Children’s Home, TCBA September 10th - 11th, 2012 ~9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Deacons Meeting - 9:15 am

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Children’s Activities 6:30 pm

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14 15 State Missions Offering September 12 - 16, 2012 Give from the Heart!

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Church Council - 9:15 am

23 Lord’s Supper Morning Worship - 11:00 am

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Men’s Ministry & WMU Dinner First Baptist Thomasville 6:30 pm

Molly James Home - 7:00 pm

Children’s Activities 6:30 pm

Rebecca Pressley Home - 7:00 pm

REVIVAL:

Morning Worship - 11:00 pm Evening Worship - 6:30 pm

October 2012 Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

October 01 - Debbie Guy October 11 - Willodene Lee October 15 - Dorianne Swift

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REVIVAL: 2 REVIVAL: 3 REVIVAL: 4 Covered Dish Supper - 6:00 pm Monday Worship Tuesday Worship Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 8 9 10 11

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Children’s Activities 6:30 pm -

Church Conference - 7:00 pm

Church Financial Compliance Seminar

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13 For Thomas County and Thomasville City Schools

First Newark Baptist Church

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

October 8th - 10th, 2012 - Georgia Baptist Conference Center, Norman Park

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Saturday

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Deacons Meeting - 9:15 am

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HOMECOMING! “Celebrating 112 Years of Ministry”

Fall Associational Meeting

Pavo Baptist Church Supper - 6:00pm ● Program - 7:00 pm

Morning Worship - 10:30 am

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Children’s Activities 6:30 pm

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Welcome New Church Council Members!

Training Union - Levy Hall, 859-2416 Women on Mission - Pat Hall, 859-2416 Church Hostess - Joan Walker, 859-9185 Senior Adult Director - Molly James, 859-2939

Church Council - 9:15 am

November 2012 Sunday

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November 04 - Joy Cone November 17 - Loette Rogers November 25 - Rebecca Pressley November 26 - Anne Corbin

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Children’s Activities 6:30 pm -

Church Conference - 7:00 pm

Daylight Savings Time Ends

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November 12 -13

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First Baptist Church, Tifton GA 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

-- Warner Robins, GA

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THANKSGIVING COMMUNITY SERVICE

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24 Holidays

For Thomas County, Thomasville City, and Cook County Schools

Pavo Baptist Church - 7:00 pm

Church Council - 9:15 am

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Georgia Baptist Convention Annual Meeting th th

Deacons Meeting - 9:15 am

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30 Christmas Cantata

December 16, 2012

The Proclaimer - Fall 2012  

A Quarterly Newsletter of Pavo Baptist Church, Pavo Georgia. September, October, November 2012

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