Greetings to all from the Eolia Christian Community Outreach Center.
“Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” Psalm 30:5.
We were so saddened to receive word of Shirley Lewis dying. Shirley was a warm, soft-spoken soul with a kind smile. I know her passing has left a void in the heart of her family that cannot be filled. We extend to them our deepest heartfelt sympathy.
The ECCO thrift store is having a Christmas blowout sale with our Christmas decoration half price with the exception of our gift mugs and gift baskets, which are priced very reasonably. The mugs display Christmas scenes and are filled with chocolates and mints. They are carefully wrapped and decorated with colorful ribbons and priced $2 and up.
Our baskets are packed to overflowing with various personal care items such as cologne, soaps, bath oils, washcloths, etc. They are priced $6 and up. They are carefully wrapped in cellophane and decorated with colorful bows and ribbons.
We wish to thank Marie Starr for her effort and talent in making these items. Come check us out; you’ll save money.
With that I’ll close with this thought for the day. The best Christmas gift of all is the presence of a happy family all wrapped up with one another.
This week our prayer list include: The family of Shirley Lewis, the family of Gary Hunsucker, Sheldon and Marie Starr, June Maggard, Jan Galloway, Betty Maggard, Betty Terry, Verdall Sturgill, Colettia Estep, Clay Sturgill, Gloria Beachy, Garland Couch, Nora Walker, Marie Snell, and Brenda Gross.
Also lift up in prayer those struggling with alcohol and drug addiction, may they be delivered, our military troops around the world, the United States, our President, the leaders of our country, all the children hurt by war, and the ministry of ECCO.
Until next time from the folks at ECCO, God bless.