'Power of Love' set PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 16 May 2014 08:23
More than 20 area churches are joining together to have the "School of Power and Love" in Toledo on Wednesday at Abundant Life Ministries, 5025 Glendale Avenue in Toledo. Area churches will conclude the five-day program with services on May 25 including Vineyard Church in Perrysburg.
The Power & Love Ministries vision reads, in part, "to see the Church of Jesus Christ catch hold of its inheritance to win the lost."
Speakers Bob Hazlett, Todd White, Tom Ruotolo and Robby Dawkins will lead the various sessions.
Evening sessions are free and open to the public beginning Wednesday through May 24 at 7 p.m.  The daily daytime sessions will be Thursday through May 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  and people can register at Advance registration fee is $80 for all three days, $65 for students. Registration will be $100 beginning Wednesday at the door.
Nonagenarians celebrated at event PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 16 May 2014 08:15
The Wood County Committee on Aging will hold its annual "90's Plus Spectacular Event" at 3:30 p.m. Monday, at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 315 S. College Drive.
The event will celebrate those individuals in Wood County who are age 90 and over.
A dinner party will be held including a slide show, entertainment and recognition of those nonagenarians from the Wood County Commissioners and other elected officials. Family members and friends will join to celebrate.
This year, there are 59 participants slated to join the celebration, with the oldest being 99.
Various area businesses have joined with the WCCOA to provide the meal, corsages and awards for the honored guests.
First Baptist Church in BG begins series on 'Origins' PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 16 May 2014 08:12
With the highly publicized Bill Nye/Ken Ham debate, the subsequent opinion letters to the editor, as well as the release of the Noah movie, the issue of creation and evolution is as hot as ever.
Pastor Tom Mullins will kick off a special series on "Origins, Creation, Evolution, and the Christian."
Mullins says, "This will be the most creative, thought provoking series in millions of years.  Buckle up for a thrilling ride of creation exploration."
Among the questions asked will be, do fossils make better sense under the magnifying glass of the Bible or evolution's geologic time table?  Are there really multiple races of humans?  Did humans evolve from apes?  
Church Events: 05-16-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 16 May 2014 08:14
Pastor Ted Gullixson's sermon at Abiding Word Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Jesus Leaves Us to Bless Us."

"A Look Into the Heart," is Pastor Dennis Gugger's sermon Sunday at Bowling Green Alliance Church.

Evangelist Harold Driver's sermon Sunday morning at Bowling Green Church of Christ will be "Why Some Fail to Finish." The evening service will be "The Bible."

Rev. Howard Mayne's sermon Sunday at Cloverdale United Methodist Church will be "A Family Designed by God."
The Mother/Child banquet will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the church.

Pastor Tom Mullins will kick off a special series on "Origins, Creation, Evolution, and the Christian," Sunday morning at First Baptist Church. (See related story.)
Local churches donate thousands of food items PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 09 May 2014 08:11
Jo Tutolo (left) and Erin Hachtel organize pantry items donated to the Feed the 5,000 project at First United Methodist Church. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Wood County Area Ministries (WAM) recently completed what has now become an annual event called "Feed the 5,000."
This year a dozen or more churches gathered food staples during the Lenten season to help feed hungry residents. The items were collected at First United Methodist Church from which they were distributed to local food pantries.
The name for the effort stems from the biblical story from all four gospels of Jesus feeding 5,000 people from a few loaves and a couple of fish.
"We don't have to agree about a lot of stuff, but we can agree everyone needs to eat," said Erin Hachtel, former chairman of WAM, said of the joint churches' effort.
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