As a mature adult (55+) I know you are as excited as I am that we are starting back with our Silver Saints Luncheon next Monday, September 14th at 11:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.    Our new Senior Pastor, Mike Keahbone, will be the special guest speaker.  You will not want to miss this opportunity to hear his heart for our mature adults and to be encouraged by what God has laid on his heart for us on this occasion.

We have not hosted one of these great times of fine food, phenomenal fellowship, and fantastic fun in several months.  The coming of covid-19 meant that we could not come together and enjoy this time together.  Now that measures are being taken to help stop the spread of the covid-19 virus we are looking forward to re-launching our Silver Saints luncheons next Monday.

The menu will include ham, vegetables, bread, dessert, and tea/coffee/lemonade/water.  As good as that sounds the best part will be to see and talk with friends/brothers and sisters in Christ who we have not been able to fellowship with for many months.

I want to invite you and encourage you to come and enjoy this event with me.  We have some birthdays to catch up on.  We have some prizes to give away.  We have some fellow Christians to bless and we need to be blessed also.

Have you heard that mature adults are worth a fortune?  With silver in their hair, gold in their teeth, stones in their kidneys, lead in their feet, and gas in their stomachs mature adults are worth a fortune.  Seriously, our mature adults are extremely valuable to the First Baptist Church family.  Through FBC Lawton/Ft. Sill, there are places for you to serve in the areas of your giftedness.  I want to remind you how loved you are by me.  And as much as I love you, God loves you infinitely more.

I hope to see our mature adults on Monday, September 14th, at 11:00 a.m.  Come to be a blessing and expect to receive a blessing.

Tony Christie
Associate Pastor

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