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Bro. Steve Skaggs preached his last sermon as pastor of Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church on September 24, 2017. It was Divine Intervention that he returned to serve as our Interim Pastor upon the sudden death of our previous pastor of 32 years. It was Bro. Steve who guided us through the transition and helped us all through the shock and grieving process. He later answered the call to be the Pastor of MHBC and was installed on May 5, 2013. So many things have taken place in that time! A lot of new ideas and carry over of old ones. We at MHBC are so thankful for his part in all the activities and especially thankful for his compassionate presence while helping us through ups and downs, surgeries, births, weddings, deaths and other life events; and patiently sitting with us in the waiting rooms all those times. Today we had a reception/meal in honor of Bro. Steve and Shirley to thank them for their service the last 5 years. We presented them with a love offering and two Cracker Barrel rocking chairs with their names and the church name engraved in them and placement of a UK Wildcat emblem, Bro. Steve's team. We wish them well in their retirement and transition into the next chapter of their lives as they continue to serve God in a different capacity. They will be missed greatly!
September 25, 2017 from Bro. Steve: “Shirley and I say thank you to everyone for your gift but especially for all your expressions of love yesterday. We truly thank God every time we remember you!”
• The procedures for nominating our Pastor Search (Pulpit) Committee was passed at our business meeting on October 4, 2017. Please see the special insert in today’s bulletin. From now until the Morning Worship Service on October 22, 2017, nominations will be accepted in the locked box in the vestibule of the church. Please see the detailed requirements as listed in the “Pastor Search (Pulpit) Committee” formation document. The nominating forms may be found on the credenza in the church vestibule, the table in the church fellowship hall lobby and at the two side doors of the church. The forms can also be printed from the link above.•The Mission Outreach Committee will meet after the morning worship service on October 15, 2017.• The Cedars of Lebanon Nursing Home Service will be on October 15, 2017 at 2:30 P.M.•We will have Dr. Tommy Valentine leading us in the services on October 15th and 22nd. Tommy was the former pastor of Lexington Avenue Baptist Church in Danville, Kentucky. Please support him with your prayers and attendance as he comes to lead us in the services.•Attention: If you have reserved the church fellowship hall or other areas of the church with Bro. Steve, please follow up with a member of the Facility Use Committee to make sure your reservation is on the calendar. Also, if you wish to reserve the facilities, please fill out the sheet to reserve the building and turn in your request to one of the members of the Facility Use Committee. Members of the committee are: Jean Peterson, Anita Lanham, Mark Carney and Jim Sabo, Jr.•Attention: Just a reminder that it is that time of year that you need to be finalizing the packing of your Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes. You will be responsible for packing your own OCC Shoeboxes at home this year. We will have more information in the bulletin on October 22, 2017 about the cost of shipping for this year and when the shoeboxes will be collected here at the church.
Kaylene Poff is taking care of sharing our prayer concerns during the week. If you want to be included on the email list that gets the prayer concerns/updates or you want to add someone to the prayer list ,contact Kaylene firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at (270) 849-4768.
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As we make the transition to search for the next Pastor of MHBC, we pray that everything is done according to God’s will. Everyone’s prayers and support are greatly appreciated!