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Sermon Recap for May 22

Well, I was gone May 22. Ann and the kids and I were off, vacationing and stuff. Bob Fielding, a good friend and part of the Missions Team for Arkansas Baptists, brought the Word of the Lord for us at East End Baptist Church. He did well…although he should have preached a little longer. No telling when we’ll get good preaching again. Oh, wait, yes there is: July 31. David Mason from the Central Baptist Association will be preaching while I’m in Peru. (No, that’s not code for anything. I’m going to Peru.)

Then, August 24 through 28th, Dr. Emil Turner will be preaching. So there’s a couple of opportunities ahead!

Meanwhile, Bob Fielding:

 

Also, I’d like to encourage you to consider installing the East End Baptist Church App on your phone. It doesn’t get you discounts or anything, but in due time it will make it easy for you to see sermons and other content from us!

Apple:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/east-end-baptist-church/id1105686882?ls=1&mt=8
Android:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sharefaith.sfchurchapp_9b37b91d67fee657

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