Rafter J Cowboy Church Bulletin for Sunday, July 8th

Sermon for Sunday, July 8th 

“The Way of the Cross”

1 Corinthians 4:1-21 & Matthew 5:1-16

By Pastor Bob Young 

This Week at Rafter J: 

Sunday, July 8th- Worship Service 10 am,Nursery opens at 10:30 am, Youth Bible Study 10:30 am, Children’s Church 10:30am,Silver Spurs 4H 1 pm – 5 pm

 Monday, July 9th- Open Arena, GeneralPublic 7 pm                                         

Tuesday, July 10th – Band Practice 7 pm                                                    

Wednesday, July 11th – Celebrate Recovery 7 pm – Action Lesson                                                     

Thursday, July 12th- Buck-Out 7 pm          

 Friday, July 13th– Arena Not Reserved                                                                          

Saturday, July 14th– Breakfastand Prayer 8 am, Play Day 5 pm –registration 4 pm

 Other Information:

Saturday, July 14th– We will fellowship with breakfast at 8 am and will then begin a prayerservice immediately after we finish breakfast. We hope this will be a weekly prayer service. Please come pray with us.

 Tuesday, July 17th  – Women’s Ministry Meeting 7 pm.  The women do have a potluck dinner and meetin the Red Room.

 Friday, July 20th– Practice Sorting 7 pm.  See TerryCarter for more information.

 Sunday, July 29th– 5th Sunday – Music Worship and Potluck lunch.  We will have lunch after service so pleasebring a dish to share.

The Women’s Ministry is collectingrecipes to create a Rafter J Cookbook. Please turn your recipes in by July 15th for submission.  Also, this ministry is having a 50/50 raffleuntil Sunday, July 29th. Tickets will be sold every Sunday and atthe Buck-Outs.  Support Rafter J &the band.  Tickets are $1 or 6 for$5.  Be ready to answer your phone or beat church July 29 to get 50% of the cash!

Come On Out to the Buck-Out Tonight…

Please come join us tonight at the Buck-Out.

Greg McDougal is our special guest

We start about 7:30 pm and would love to see you all.

We open in prayer, then have Mutton Bustin’ for Kids, ride Junior Bulls,

 intermission (includes free hot dogs and tea), music worship and testimony.

We start the second half with Steer Riding for Teens and then Bull Riding for Adults.

We close in prayer.

We hope to see you there.

Sent with LOVE on behalf of the Buck-Out Ministry

Come Celebrate the 4th of July with us at Celebrate Recovery 7 pm….

Tonight is testimony night. 
We invite YOU to come hear a man’s story of his journey through life and how Christ led him to Celebrate Recovery for healing.
Large group starts at 7 pm and Small groups starts at 8 pm.  After small groups, we invite you to follow us over to Doc Johnson’s office at 1409 W. Moore Avenue to watch the Terrell fireworks show at Ben Gill Park. 
Hope to see YOU there. God Bless!

Rafter J Buck-Out – Special Guest Is Our Brother, Greg McDougal – Join Us Thursday, July 5th 7:30 pm

About Greg McDougal

http://www.gregmcdougal.com/about-greg-mcdougal-and-family/

Greg McDougal is a singer/songwriter currently nominated for the 2007 Inspirational Country Music Award’s New Artist of the Year and his debut CD…’The Work of a Carpenter’ is up for Album of the Year. Funny thing though…his CD was recorded for the sole purpose of raising the necessary funds to build his children an allergen free home. ( 3 of the 4 are diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis ) not to return to the music business. This recent musical success is not new to Greg, just quite unexpected. In the 1990s…Greg was writing songs for EMI Nashville publishing and pursuing a record deal with Henry Paul of BlackHawk as his producer.  He also had a song recorded by John Michael Montgomery.

Simply stated…his first son was born with a hole in his intestinal tract, subsequently diagnosed with CF and it was in this circumstance that God got Greg’s attention and redirected his life. Having spent the last 8 years as a home repair contractor…Greg and his wife Diane have been blessed with 4  precious babies.

A little over a year and a half ago, their oldest son Jeffrey began having a struggle and the Doctors had some very serious things to say. In a moment of a desperate cry to God for help…Greg knew what had to be done. With Cystic fibrosis primarily affecting the respiratory system, Greg and Diane have launched an effort to build a special allergen free home. ( go to www.ahouseformykids.com ) A house that has been built with all of their children’s health concerns in mind. One that will be least likely to grow any mold, and that has a high filtration system to clean the air, no carpet, etc.

Having spent the last 18 months trying all he can do to bring attention to their cause, Greg attended the 2006 ICM Awards Convention hoping to sell a few copies of his CD ‘The Work of a Carpenter’. What he found was a new group of friends warm and welcoming.  Prayer warriors with only one goal in mind…that is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through what is now called…Inspirational Country Music.

Sent with LOVE from the Buck-Out Ministry

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