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SIDNEY HERALD "He said to the sons of israel,’When your children ask their fathers in time to come, saying, "What are these stones"’then you shall inform your children, saying, 'israei crossed this Jordan on dry ground.’”For the LORD your God dried up the waters of the Jordan before you until you had crossed,just as the LORD your God had done to the Red Sea, which He dried up before us until we had crossed; that all the peoples of the earth may know that the hand of the LORD is mighty, so that you may fear the LORD your God forever." When Juliana was preg- nant with Hannah, 1 used to for the baby God was "knit- ting together.”i also read her Bible stories and sang to her. it was important to us that she should receive God's word as soon as pos- sible, so we didn’t wait for her birth, but started right away, and continued this practice throughout her infanthood. She went to church with us and our church family loved on her and made her feel like she was one ofthem. Which is what the church is supposed to do. As this child grew, began to tell her stories of my past and of her grandparents, because one’s roots matter, and i wanted her to know her story. %@m WWW . " SUNDAY, SEPT. 15,2019 12A , Tell the story God’s grace has played an amazing role in my life. In fact, you may say that am defined by it. You see, when i was a sinner, i was a sinner all in. My mind, my heart, and my soul have all borne the scars. But in the fullness of time, God revealed his love to me through his son, Jesus Christ. That in the realization that in the life, death and resurrection of Christ, God’s love was being Religious words Pastor Richard Evans displayed for me; personal— ly; everything changed. My faith has never been about changing my mind about a few things. God changed everything about me, and turned his purpose loose in my life... live joyfully for Jesus, and giving my daughter to him was never a consid— eration... She was his by right. never wanted to fight that. Sol told her the stories. i read them to her from the scriptures, but also told her what Jesus did for me when i got saved. told her how he made his sin con- quering power known to me in my sanctification and how he ministered through me as a layman. love tell- ing her the stories and she loves hearing them. What i have discovered from that is that this story telling made faith come easier for her. For most of us, the stories of the Bible are just that, stories from the Bible. They were relevant thousands of years ago to the people who lived them, or who grew up in the shadow of them, but for us 21 st cen- tury people, not so much. The Bible has thus been re- duced to a mythology able to teach certain morals, but the faith that it inspired in our forefathers is no longer inspired in our children. And part ofthe reason is because we have stopped telling our children and our lay hands on her and pray flan Cartwright St. Michael All Angels Episcopal Church, 701—572- 9278 or 701-744, 5310, Sunday wor- ship, 12 pm. (CT) Rev. Michael Paul Circle First Lutheran Church, worship ser- vice Sunday 11 a.m., Sunday school 9:45 a.m., Pastor Wade Brinkoph 406-485- 3660, 1200 C Ave, Circle. Meshing «Ex,- heating Fairview Community Pres- byterian Church, corner 4th and Central, Service at 9 a.m., Kelly Sloan is pastor. Fairview Alliance Church, 702 Western Ave., 742-5425, Kelly Sloan, pastor, Sunday 11 a.m., St. Catherine’s Catholic Church, mission church, 309 West 7th, 7426293, Fr. Jim O’Neil, Mass 8 a.m., preschool 8th grade religion educa— tion classes Sunday at a.m.; senior high religion education classes Wednesday at 7 pm. St. John Lutheran Church, 310 Ellery Ave., 742-5332. Sunday worship 8:30 a.m., Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Sunday Bible Study 7:30 am. Communion every Sun- day, Rev. R. Preus Zion Lutheran Church, 309 S. Cen- W JIM . '0! ‘30” time 196.21 mm aniline; We are your awry. mum.umomam acumen w affl- tral, phone 742-5523. I.” unit-I ll'lllllll Sunday worship 9 l]- a.m., Men’s Bible study Tuesday 6:30 a.m., ‘qun- Wednesday Night -' Worship, 5:45 pm, Women’s Bible Study, Thursday, 6:30 a.m., LWR Sewing: Tuesday 9:30 a.m., monthly high school youth meeting. Lambert Christian Mis- sionary Alliance Church, 10 a.m., Sunday school for all ages. Morning worship at 11 am. Pastor, Den- nis Gugger, 419-308- 9328 First Lutheran Church, Sunday worship service and Sunday school at 5:30 v“ p.m ‘ St. Theresa’s Catholic Church, Mass schedule, Sundays, 11:30 a.m.; mission church of St. Matthew’s, Sidney, 406- 482-1068, Fr. Jim O‘Neil i Richey American Lutheran St. Michael’s Fail Dinner Sunday, Sept. 15, 11:30 am. - 2 pm. St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Savage Turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, corn, dressing, homemade pies Free will donation Church, worship a.m., Sunday school 10 a.m., 406.485.3660, Pastor Wade Brinkoph. Christian Mission— ary Alliance, Rev- erend Paul Sponheim, Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Sunday School, 9:30 am. St. Frances de Sales Catholic Church, 406-485-3520, Richey. Sunday 4:30 pm. eucharistic service. United Methodist Church, worship ser- vice 8:30 am. Sunday Savage First Congregational Church, UCC 102 2nd Ave. S., 406- 7762403, or office 406-433-3707. Sun- day morning worship and Sunday school 9 am. Communion first Sunday of every month and Holy Days, Pastor Neil Lindorff. First Lutheran Church ELCA, 294 4th Ave. 5., 406-776—2218. Sunday schoo|10a.m., Sunday Worship 9 am. Pastor Tim Tharp. ‘ St. Michael’s Catholic Church, mission church, Sunday Mass at 9 am. Fr. Jim O’Neil, mission of St. Matthew’s Sidney, 406- 482-1068. Yellowstone Com— munity Church, 173 Mesa, 406-776—2236, Sunday school 9:45 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m.; Pastor, Butch Hart. Sid ney All Things Are Pos- sible Ministries, Pastor Pat McWiiliams, 406-478-9101, Wor— ship services for adults and children, Sunday 10:30 a.m., at 1548 . Sunflower Lane in Sidney. Bible Baptist Church, 502 S. Central, 406-482- 3706, Pastor Mike Back— haus, Sunday worship, 11 am. and 6:30 pm, Sunday school .10 a.m., ’ Wednesday Bible study 7 pm, Carpenter’s Church, corner of Sixth Avenue and 11th Street SE, 406-482-3028, Sun- day school for all ages 9:30 a.m., morning 4th St. SW, 406-433- 3456, Sunday worship 11 a.m., Bible study 10 am. "A place you i are always welcome.” Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1215 5th St. 4 SW, 406—482-3250 church office and Family History Center, 406-482-6273 church building, or 406-482- 6340. Bishop Britt Poulson. Sacrament meeting 10 a.m., Sun- day School 11:10 am and Priesthood Relief Society 12:10 pm. Heaven to Earth Pentecostal Church 218 Third St. NE, Sidney, Pastor Mike Shaffer, 406-478— 1069, Sunday Morning Worship Service, 11 a.m.; Tuesday prayer, 7 p.m.; Thursday Bible study, 7pm.: Friday youth, 7 pm; Services in English andSpanish. Bible Study, www.hte. heaventoearthsidney. com, Member of United Pentecostal Church international. Ebenezer Congre- gational Church, 118 4th Ave. NW, 406-433-2654, Pastor David Meehan, Sunday school 9:30 a.m., worship service 10:50 a.m., Monday, 5:45, E. Main, 406-433-1112, Pastor Paul Turek, Youth Group: Worship service 8:30 am and 11 a.m., 9:45 am. life groups; worship 10:30 a.m., 7-12th grade Wednes- evening worship 6 day 7 pm. pm, Wednesday Bible Fellowship Church. study 6 pm. 2181 W. Holly, 406- Church of Christ, 905 433-4004, Pastor Jordan Hail, Sunday service at 10:45 am. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m., Wednesday Bible study and prayer 7 pm, www.pastorjor- Lonsdale United Methodist Church, 201 3rd Ave. SE, 406— 478-4199, Sunday worship service 11 am. Pastor Sione Fungalei. Pella Lutheran Church ELCA, 418 West Main, Pastor Audrey Rydbom. Sun- day service, 9 a.m., (radio broadcast on KTHC-FM-95.1; www. pellachurchnet; 406- 433-3350. Peoples Congrega- tional Church, UCC 405 10th Ave. SW, 406' 433-3707, Sunday morning worship 11 a.m., Sunday school 9:45 a.m.,Commun- ion first Sunday every month and Holy days, Adult bible studies Tuesday, 1:30 pm, Pastor Neil Lindorff. Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church AALC, 211 E. Holly St., Pastor David Huskamp, 406—433- 7479, Sunday worship 9:30 a.m.; Fellowship 10:30 a.m., Sunday ‘ school 11 a.m., Wed. Men's Bible study Kid's time 81 youth and Tuesday, 5:30 group, 6:30 pm. Women's Bible study, Sidney Church of the Wednesday, 6 pm. Nazarene, corner of and 6:30 pm. high school at Meehansv, home, bus service r ‘, availabiecaii406- , 488-2654 if you need- , a ride. Faith Chapel Sidney, Sunday Service 10 am. at Rau School, 12138, Co Rd 350 Sidney. Phone: ‘ (406) 869-1645. Website: Faith Alliance Church, 301 Lincoln and 9th St. SW., . 40634884956, Pastor Richard Evans, parson- age 406-488-8858, ' ' ijw.sidneynazarene. Si, Sunday Services 11 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m., Thursday Night Prayer meeting/ Bible study at 6 pm. 1 Wednesday night: Teen/ kids night. A , dney Lutheran Brethren St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, 1100 Madison Lane, 406-433-2209, Summer Sunday Wor- ship Service 10:00 a.m.; School Year Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m.; Wednesday Nights , Supper 5:45 pm, Con- firmation Br Kid’s Club 6 pm, Adult Bible Study & 1 Youth Group 7:00 pm, Senior Pastor: Rev. Mike Hussey, intern Pastor: Mars Harper, www. Sidney Seventh-Day Adventist, 2475 S. Cen- tral Ave., Pastor Kevin McDaniel 443—480-7777, Saturday Sabbath . school 9:30 a.m., Sab- bath Worship 10:45 am. ‘ St. Matthew’s Catho- lic Church, 219 7th St. SE, 406-433—1068, Fr. Jim O'Neil & rec- tory office; 406-433- 2510, Parish Center office, Saturday Mass 5:30 pm, Sunday Mass 9:30 am. The Church of God, Pastor H. David Lam, 406-488-2836, Bible Study, Tuesday, 7 pm, Worship Service Sab- bath, Saturday, 9:30 a.m., 814 6th St. NE (8th Ave. NE 6th St. NE, on the truck route) http:// www. thechurchofgodsidney. org Trinity Lutheran Church, 214 5. Lin- coln Ave., 433-2050, Rev. R Preus, Sunday School/Bible Study 9:15 a.m., church services, 10 am Skaar Grace Lu- theran Church ELCA, Skaar, N.D., church office 701-776- 2218,701-776-2219. second Sunday 11:30 am. at Squaw Gap Community Hall with potluck; fourth Sunday at 2:30 pm. Pastor is Tim Tharp. Charley Creek Church Sunday wor- ship, 10:30 am. Earheiine‘s Catlicnlia: Drurdi, grandchildren OUR STORIES of God’s gracious moving in OUR lives! How can our kids make the connection between what was, and what is with- out a bridge? The stories of God’s grace in our lives are that bridge. As they are told, and as they are connected to the word of God, then the relevancy of the Bible becomes obvious. Then the Bible becomes real, and the idea that what God did then, He may do now... if we dared believe. Loved ones, we MUST tell our story. Our kids’and grandkids'spiritual destiny may well depend on it! barman-m3 m-IlflWNllfiflq : hint-hr Theresa’s iLatl'rJli-z lii'iurch. Lama"! St.i“larri1ea"r Catholic (lunch, me l'r’E Ff‘i'ljfiNE WEL.;:4;;,HE