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6B-SUNDAY, 2,2003 in i* i' A few months ago, when both my wife and our daugh- ter-in-law faced surgeries in- volving biopsies for cancer, we asked friends everywhere to pray for them. Letters, e-mails and phone calls enlisted the power of prayer in our time of concern for those we love. Thankfully, both of them were found to be cancer free. After reporting the good news to churches and individ- uals who had been asked to pray, an e-mail arrived from friends saying, "What would we do without prayer?" What indeed? "In the world you will have tribulation," said our Lord (John 16:33). And we can all identify with his wise words. Reflections on Faith Negative in- fluences im- pact us daily We experience physical and emotional pain, face con- flicts with dis- agreeable peo- ple, receive unwanted bills in the mail, and even Roger Campbell on drives to re- lax pass hospi- tals and cemeteries, those ever present reminders that all is not well with the world. Weather changes are often not to our liking. Natural dis- asters strike. Wars and ru- mors of wars continue in spite of the best efforts of skilled diplomats and politicians to stop them (Matthew 24:6). Life teaches us our limits. What can we do when we've reached the end of ourselves? We can pray My work has placed me with people during the most trying times of their lives. I have been there when tears were flowing, when all the cas- tles had tumbled, when the feared and unwanted had be- come realities. What could I offer these whose problems defied solu- tions? I offered them prayer and observed its life-changing power making a difference. Businessmen who appeared to be on the brink of bankruptcy prayed and 'Parents who had nearly ingloved ones in death found God's grace sufficient and despaired over wayward learned to smile again. Parents who had nearly de- spaired over wayward chil- children ---Jpray in faith dren prayed in faith and final- ly rejoiced in the good things aad " "linally rejoiced in the hP.ppening in their families. Churches that were declin- good things happening in their famWms.' Reflections on Failh worked their way back to suc- cess. Grieving people who thought the sun would never shine for them because of los- ing in attendance and saw lit- fie hope of being effective in their communities put away their internal differences, prayed their way to recovery, experienced spiritual awaken- ing, learned to love one anoth- er and became life-changing lighthouses as their Lord in- tended them to be. People who seemed near death have recovered because of the prayers of their church- es, family members and strength their lives. What would prayer? We would fmd without] pessimistic r, then, do' er is available tot church This time of the situation too many of time to pray! MUFFLER SHOP omplete exhaust system specalists Shocks. Brakes Oil Changes Gentle Giant Ceramics & Gifts Quality twnd crstted mrarnics "We cumm orders" Black Ilwmn Enterprlmm Wood swans - Hanging planters 724 East Main, Sidney 433-4731 Worship services Ar~ "A church with a J _-~ heart where the m~l~ Word of God ~'t~vn comes alive ~u~,~--" to the hearer. )! I~ for all your ;:1~~ spiritual needs. iI ~.I~, m 119 S Central ,: [ ~] _%,~.~,~,~__ Ave., Sidney i: [ ,~..,.w.,-~433-3335 St Catherine's Cathdic Church Fairview $L Theresa's Catholic Church tamhen St. Matthew's Catholic Church Sidney "Everyone Welcome" dney Lutheran Brethren Church Sidney 616 3rdSt. SE, 1151S Central, Ron area 114 2nd Ave. SF.., Sk~ 710W. Sunday Sidney.482-3737 FIh k w 742-5441 303 S. Eflery, Fairvlew 809 East Main, Sidney 433-3400 FARM BUREAU FINANCIAL SERVICES Terry Sivertson Agent 804 South Central Ave., Sidney 406-433-4416 Fax 406-4334417 Res. 406-488-1025 FURNITURE APPLIANCES Sidney Williston Culbertson Painting Service Free Estimates ,Licensed Reasonable Rams Call Kathy or Terry 742-3326 Fairview Cmne'a Muu Over 25 years of servtoe Locally owned & operated 709 8th St. SE, Sidney 482-1967 Cell phone: 480-2144 Gene Hueth Us! 48&4450 * Sidney janbell @ , , The Gifaest 'Shoppe' In Town 114 N. Cenmd, Sidney 433-1664 st. & An chur~, Rev. Marianne Ell, Vicar 572- 9278 or call 744.5310,9 a.m. (hiT) Sun- day school, 8:15 a.m. (M1], Holy Commu- nion 1:15 p.m. ECW 2nd Monday. agCL! First L~n Church, worship service Sunday 11 a.m., Sunday school 9:45 a.m., Pastor David Aaseng. FAI Communily ~ church, cor- ner 4th & Central, Sunday school 9:30 a.m., Sunday worship 11 a.m. Rdrview Alliance Church, 702 Western Ave., phone 747-5425, Kelly Slaan, pas- tor, Sunday 11 a.m., Sunday school 9:45 a.m., evening worship 6 p.m. 410S Ellery Ave. (the old Cottonwood building), Sunday 11 a.m.;Sunday school 10 a.m., Wednesday 6:30 p.m. st. ,~lhedne'l ~ Church, mission church, 309 West 7th, phone 747-5293, Father Greg Staudinger, Mass 8 a.m., preschool- 81h grade religion ed. classes Sunday at 9 a.m.; senior high religion ed. classes Wed. at 7 p.m. st, John's Lutheran church, 310 Ellery Ave., phone 742-5332. Sunday worship 5:30 p.m. Bible study 7 p.m. Interm Pastor George Draper. Zion Lulhemn Church, 309 S. Central, phone 742-5523. Holy Communion 9 o.m., Pastor Lorry Ouonbeck. Chrlsflcm ~sdonmy Alliance Church, phone 774-3368, Sunday school 10 a.m., worship 11 a.m., Sunday eve service 6 p.m. Find' ~ Church, Sunday worship service and Sunday school at 5:30 p.m. st. l~Nmreso's ~ Church, mission church, 219 7th St. S.E., Sidney, phone 482-1068, Ft. Greg Staudinger, Sunday Mass 11:45 a.m. It, leNitY Lulhemn Church KCA, wor- ship9 a.m., Sunday school l0 a.m., Pastor Da d Aaseng, chdmlkm .Mis~mw=ry .U~e, Pastor Vaughan White. st. Frances INmu s Ch .h, phone 485-3520, Circle, Mont., Sunday 11 o.m. eucharis~c service. United t, dl Klia awe:h, worship ser- vice 8:30 a.m., Pastor Susan Twidwell. SAVAO! STEEL, INC. Aluminum. gutter cleaning, gutter guards, seamless (all types) Tom & KJm Martini 798-3828 Cell 406-480-9078 Jr. High Youth (re & ath grade) All Nighter! sponsored by Shepherd of the Valley and Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church. Friday, Nov. 7, 8 p.m. - 7 a.m. Cost: $10/pemon Registration - 8 p.m. at Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church Madison Ln. and River River Dr. A night full of activities, food and fun. No sleeping allowed. Contact one of the churches for more details: 433-7479 or 433-2209t LaVonne Masters' Bible Study for Real Women "The Pathway to Joy: A Study in the Book of Ruth" every Tuesday through Nov. 11 Morning session 9:40 a.m. at Assembly of God Church Evening session 5:30 p.m. at The Bean Bag For more information call 433-2550. Fin~ ~, UC 102 2nd Ave. S., 776.2218, or office 482. 3707. Sunday morning worship and Sunday school 9 a.m. Communion first Sunday of every month & Holy Days. Pastor David Jemigan Firlt ~ Churdl ILCA, 294 4th Ave. S., phone 776-2218. Sunday school: 9:30-10:45 a.m., Sunday worship: 1st, 3rd & 4th Sunday 11 a.m., 2nd Sunday 8:30 o.m. Pastor Mawbey st. Mkhwl's Church, mission church, Sunday Mass at 11 a.rn. Father Grog Staudinger, mission of St. Maflbew's Sidney, phone 482.1068. Y~ Cemmun~ Church, 173 /l~a, phone 776-2236, Sunday school 9:45 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. llahaq Failh, for information on local wor- ship & study times call 482,4110 or 800- 22.UNITE or vim Churd , 502 S. Central, phone 482-3706, Pastor Mike Backhaus, Sunday worship, 11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m, Sunday school 10 a.m., Wednesday Bible study 7 p.m. ~lq~mter'$ Church, corner of 6th Avenue & 1 lth Street S.E., 482-3028, Sunday school far all ages 9:30 a.m., morning worship 10:30 a.m., evening worship 6 p.m., Wed. Bible study 6 p.m. Church of Chri,t, 905 4th St. S.W., 433- 3456, Sunday worship 10:45 a.m. and 2 p.m., Bible school 9:45 a.m., Wednesday Bible class 7 p.m. "A place you are always wek:ome." Church of Je=u= chda d laff=r I =y f~ints, 1215 5th St. S.W., 482-3250 church office and Family History Center, 482-6273 church building, or 482-6340 Bishop Blaine Giffard, Priesthood & Relief Society 10 a.m., Sunday school 11 a.m., sacrament meeting 11:50 a.m. C, hurch d Nmmr~m, comer of Lincoln & 91h Street S.W., phone 488-1956, Pastor Elwin Pauhan, Sunday school 9:45 a.m., worship services 11 a.m. & 6 p.m., Wednesday worship service 7 p.m. Wednesday youth meeting 7 p.m. flmnw ~ Church, "Ebenezer- saying Hitherto hath the Lord helped us." 1 Samuel 7:12, 118 4th Ave. N.W., phone 482-t574, Pastor Bob Mee- han, Sunday school 9:30 a.m., worship service.11 a.m., Wednesday Bible study 6:30 p.m. Failh ~ church, 301 E. Main, phone 433-1112, Pastor Paul Turek, Sun- day school 9:30 a.m., worship service 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., Wednesday prayer 7 p.m. FeUowshlp Ilal~ church, 2181 W. Holly, phone 482-4316, Sunday service at 10:45 a.m. & 6 p.m., Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study and prayer 7 p.m. ~'s Withes, 2301 3rd St. N.W., Sunday public meeting 10 a.m., Watch- tower Study 10:50 a.m. I m de Unlted Church, Attend the church of your choice this week. 201 3rd Ave. S.E,; phone 433.3110, Rev. Susan Twidwell, Sunday school 9:30 a.m., Sunday worship seryice 10:30 a.m. I~dkz Lutherem Church ELCA, 418 West Main (corner o~: Main Sheet & Lincoln Av- enue), Sunday 8 a.m. first service ; 9:15 a.m. Sunday school; 10:30 a,m, second service (radio broadcast on K'rHC.FM. 95.1 10:30 a.m.); childcore available at both services. Pastor George Korres, 433- 3350. 405 lOth Ave. S.W., phone 433.3707, Sunday morning worship 11 a.m., Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Nursery care available. Communion first Sunday every month & Holy days. Pastor David Jemigon Church AALC, 211 E. Holly Rd., Pastor David Huskamp, phone 433-7479, Sun- day worship 9:30 a.m.; Fellowship 10:30 a.m., Sunday schad 11 a.m. ~lMy Aqembly of (k,d, 414 E. Main, phone 433-2550, Sunday school 9:15 a.m., Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. (child care available) & 6 p.m., Wednesday fam- ily night 7 p.m., Senior Pastor Ron Mas- ters, Associate/Youth Pastor Thad Arnold. chu , Red River Drive & Madison Lane, phone 433- 2209, Sunday confirmation 9 a.m.; Sun- day school (all ages) 9:45 a.m. Sunday worship 11 a.rn., Wednesday family night 7 p.m., Senior Pastor Bruce J. Vallevik, As- sistont Pastor Tom Bachtold. 2533 S. Central Ave., Pastor AHand Sunstad, Plentywood, 765-2053, George Reiman, Lambed, 774-3365, Sabbath school 9:30 a.m., Saterday worship service I1 a.m. st. Matlhew'l Calhorlc chmdb 219 7th St. S.E., phone 433-1068, Father Greg Staudinger & rectory otfice; 433-2510, Parish Cen~ office, Saturday Mass 5:30 p.m., Sunday Mass 9:30 a.m. The Church d Ged, Pastor Vk-tor Hel- multi, 488-1819, Sunday worship 11 a.m., Sunday school and Bible training 10 a.m. We are currenlty holding services at li- brary basement in Sidney. Trinity b, Mt~mn church, 214S. Uncoh, phone 433-2050, Sunday worship service 10:30 a.m. SKAAR I .mm IILCA, Skaor, N.D., church office 776.2218, 776.2219, 2nd Sunday 11:30 a.m. at Squaw Gap Community Hall with poduck; 4th Sunday 2:30 p.m. Grace Church, Pastor Belty K. MonDak 1717 S Central Ave., Sidney 406-433-6635 406-433-8337 Wllliam 214 S. Pharmac~ 402 East Main, Dealer Sidney 241 Sth Ave. S, Hours: g-5 Tu~, I ~ ~a~6~-We~! [i~ ~ Cindy Brenda Ucensed, food program, flexible hours, F remmneble rates, after pickup I~ 717 Sth St. NE, Sidney 488-7504 THIS LOIRE ',l LONE TRFI" (:REI':K" e,,,w =,, Sidney 488-4682 2000 W. Holly, Sidney Shop 433-6406 Cell 489-6406 ~) Lutheran Church t Sunday morning: 8 a.m.- fl~t service g:15 a.m - Sunday School 10:30 a.m. - seoond service & radio brat