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"Amen! Blessing and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving and honor and power and might be to our God forever and ever! Amen." Revelation 7:12 Deacons: Bill Edmonds......Clay England......Becky Garrity......Clancy Dixon 797-5504 762-2833 681-2823 619-3941 Breakfast Host Class: August 28 Tom Garrity (Class A) Weekly Schedule: Sunday: 8:00 am Praise Team Rehearsal 9:00 am Fellowship Breakfast 9:30 am Bible Study 9:30 am Youth Bible Study 10:45 am Worship Service 5:00 pm Life Groups Wednesday: 6:45 pm Mid-Week Worship 6:45 pm Youth Bible Study/Project KID Prayer Needs: Please advise the office of anyone in the hospital or sick at home. Click here to submit your request directly to the church office. Coming Events: September 4 - Deacons meeting 8 am September 6 - Bible and Biscuits 6 am September 8-10 - True Woman Conference September 11-18 - Week of Prayer for Eliza Broadus Offering for State Missions September 13 - Committees/Church Council 7/8 pm September 16-18 - Gaslight Evangelism Project September 21 - Business Meeting 6:45 pm September 27 - Women On Mission 6:30 pm Unreached: Alaba in Ethiopia The land is flat and dry with savannah-type vegetation. Maize, teff and red pepper are the main crops cultivated. There are considerable differences between the center, Kulito, and the vast rural areas. Kulito has 25,000 inhabitants and a big, busy market. Kulito has a few Protestant churches and quite a noticeable Orthodox population. The rural area is totally Muslim. In the countryside the literacy rate is very low, whereas Kulito is more literate. The Alabas are traditionally self-confident and very resistant to outside influence. The lifestyle of the Alabas is very modest. Practically all the houses in the rural area are round-shaped, thatch-roofed houses, made of wood and mud. They are without ceilings and have mud floors. Livestock spend the night in them together with the people. Most of the people get their drinking water from rivers and ponds by carrying it long distances. More than half of the urban houses are without electricity. Firewood and tree leaves are used for cooking. Their biggest needs are schools and clinics for more villages, and wells for villages that are without drinking water. Population: 335,000 Christian: 2.60%