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April 25, 2013

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Corsicana — The Liberty Tabernacle family and Pastor Waites located at 2708 W. Eighth Ave. invites you to its upcoming “Time of Refreshing.” The guest evangelist will be Eldress Mary Henderson, Church of the Living God, Athens. The date is April 26 at 7 pm. Intercessory prayer will begin at 6:10 p.m. Maybe you are in the valley of indecision or depression, or you may be in the wilderness of despair, come and be spiritually recharged with a time of refreshing in the presence of the Lord. Eldress Henderson has had an illustrious 27-year career, and impacted many lives with her dynamic delivery of the Word. Please come and hear this woman of God. Sunday School is at 9 a.m., followed by dynamic Praise and Worship beginning at 10:30 a.m. Intercessory Prayer is 6 p.m. Wednesdays, with Bible Study at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend this Bible-based teaching, family-oriented church.



First United Methodist Church of Corsicana welcomes United Methodist Evangelist Mark Winter and his “One Man Show Ministries” on Sunday, April 28, beginning at 10:50 a.m. in the Great Hall. The Current Worship of Corsicana First United Methodist Church on April 28 will be Winter’s presentation of “Play Ball,” a humorous monologue with a message. Based on events in John 1:45-51, Play Ball updates the story of the disciple Nathaniel who wonders if “anything good can come out of Nazareth.” However, this sketch isn’t set in 1st century Israel, but in modern-day Texas, and Nathaniel becomes Nate, a philosophical Texas Rangers fan. Please invite a friend on this special day as The Current rounds out a month of Baseball Sundays with this special worship. Mark will be on hand after the service at a display table that will give information about One Man Show and DVDs of some of his performances. There will be a love offering for Mark on the day of the performance. As a self-supporting evangelist, he relies solely on churches and individuals to fund his ministry. As founder and operator of One Man Show Ministries, Mark wears the hats of drama evangelist, speaker, humorist, writer, preacher, teacher and children’s magician. Mark has been married to Laura, a Southern California native, since 1982. She works for Operation Christmas Child, the “shoebox ministry” operated by Samaritan‘s Purse. Mark and Laura have three children: Paul, 27, Sam, 22, and Abby, 18.

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