TRANSFORMING LIVES WITH THE TRUTH OF GOD'S WORD

TRANSFORMING LIVES WITH THE TRUTH OF GOD'S WORD SINCE 1997

(Scroll Down for the Latest News)

Men Prepare Sermons; God Prepares Men

2nd Timothy 2:15

"The proper place for a ship to be is in the water, but if the water gets into the ship, the ship will sink. The proper place for the church is in the world,

BUT IF THE 'WORLD' GETS INTO THE CHURCH,

THE CHURCH WILL GO DOWN IN DISGRACE!"

Thank you for taking the time to view our blog;we look forward to reading your comments. DVDs of our services are available upon request. We covet your prayers and friendship. In His Service and For His Glory, Pastor Bill & Kathy ...
"Now fear the Lord and serve Him with all faithfulness...But if serving the LORD seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve...But as for me and my household, we will serve the LORD."-Joshua 24:14-15

Sunday, January 22, 2012

January 22

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR GLENN B. WUTZKE

InMemoryCardGlennWutzke

Glenn B. Wutzke, 38 of Coolidge died on August 9, 2011.  Mr. Wutzke was born on August 14, 1972, in North Dakota to Ruben and Leona Wutzke.  He lived in Tuttle N.D. for six years before moving to Coolidge.  He enjoyed playing Xbox video games and participating in fun activities at the mobile home park, especially involving music.  He had a wonderful sense of humor and loved  using jokes and silly antics to make others laugh.  Survivors include his mother, three brothers, a sister, and nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Service was held at Ho Ho Kam Villiage RV Park on Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. with a pot luck and a celebration of Glenn’s life with Dr. William Perry, park chaplain, officiating.

102_1871102_1873
Pastor Bill and Kathy with Leona, Glenn’s Mother   Pictures of Glenn celebrating his life.
Grace1102_1879
Pastor Bill opens the service by asking the                Everyone enjoyed a time of food
Lord’s blessing on the food and the service.              and fellowship.
102_1882102_1881
Some of Glenn’s favorite Hymns were sung.         “The Old Rugged Cross”
102_1883102_1887
“Softly and Tenderly”                                   “Precious Memories”
“How Great Thou Art”                                  “A Mansion Over the Hilltop”

singing6
As a special tribute to Glenn, Pastor Bill sang Johnny Cash’s “Man in Black” which was one of Glenn’s favorite songs.













 

 

 

 

 

A VISIT BY CHAPLAIN BOB AND HIS WIFE DOROTHY

FROM SAN PEDRO RV PARK IN BENSON, AZ

SwiftVisit
A nice time of fellowship with Bob and Dorothy.  Please be keeping Dorothy in your prayers as they are headed up to the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix where Dorothy is scheduled for surgery on Tuesday.
***************************************************************************************************************************

This has been around but still makes us think about what’s happening today.

Click Here—>  1948 Cartoon
**************************************************************************************************************************
To hear this week's message, click here.
Continue to pray for us as we seek to serve the Lord here in the desert.
*********************************************************************************************
It would be encouraging to us if you would let us know that you received our newsletter.  We welcome your comments.

1 comment:

  1. Sure glad you were there to do the service, it looked as if all celebrated a life and a love for the Lord.
    Laverne and I are getting ready for evening service and the weather is sheer ice outside with high winds.
    I do not believe many will venture out tonight - but we will celebrate our Lord with those that do.
    We held you up in prayer today and enjoyed doing so - WE as a body at Cornerstone are thankful for all the Lord is doing with you!!
    Next Sunday night we will have another singspiration....
    love and prayers from john and Laverne

    ReplyDelete