Corona Virus Pandemic
Marge Mowry--Trouble breathing/retaining fluid
Landen Risner--Severe Head Injury
Roman Risner--Broken Leg
Shawn and Kim Lambert--Home recovering from Covid
Kelly Schwartz--Both parents recovering from COVID
Nikki Charleston--Baby is home pray for growth
Rocky Marsh--Open heart surgery (Cleveland) April 19th
Cheyenne Nightingale--Kidney transplant needed
Pat Williams--Out of hospital progressing well!
Chuck Nightingale--Ear implant progress
Chuck Lindman--Broken ankle recovery
Larry and Judy Wallman--Health
Sam Collins-- Stroke; Worried about hip (Coldwater Laurels)
Brenda Goebert--Pray for continued improvement
NEXT SUNDAY, April 18th
WE WILL MEET INSIDE THE CHURCH 10:00 AM
COFFEE TIME at 9:30 AM
Sunday School at 11:30 AM
Sunday Evening at 6:00 PM
RADIO WILL BE AVAILABLE IF YOU'RE NOT READY TO COME IN...
Thursday, April 15th--Prayer for Marge Mowry and her family...she is struggling and unable to get rid of excess fluid...she has declined the past few days...pray for the family...Barry, Dave and Dean.
Sunday, March 7th--Paul Richmond and David McKeith wonderful rendition of "The Lord's Prayer"...message on Conflict and Forgiveness...Discipline with the goal of reconciliation; Psalm 13-14 on Sunday night. Next week is extremely important for Pat Williams....pray for limited side effects.
Friday, February 18th--Continue to pray for Marge Mowry...also pray for Maxine Hawkins
Sunday, February 14th--Church services were well attended...When we are discouraged and full of doubts...we need to squeeze out that last pitiful morsel of faith...with God all things are possible...Lord, I believe, Help my unbelief! Youth group ministered at "ROOTED" in Centreville. Psalm 9 was studied Sunday night...man needs to remember that he is frail, puny and dust. Sunday night testimonies included...dates of first and second births...very interesting and encouraging.
Sunday, February 7th--Church services went well...Paul and David did a great job with special music. The message dealt with giving up your life, so that you might be able to accomplish all that God has planned for you. Nothing in this world can be compared to the value of a soul...Sunday night --Mike VanBruggen shared.
Saturday, February 6th--Funeral for Dave Denney...all went well. Family and friends sharing was very special. It provided a great opportunity to share what Dave meant to everyone present, plus be able to share the plan of salvation with so many. Thanks for coming and supporting the family.
Wednesday, February 3rd--Dave Denney passed away peacefully a little after 3 PM today. Dave loved our church. He was an avid supporter of our Christian School and Camp Elvin. Everyone who knew Dave, knew about his love for the Lord... He will be greatly missed by Darlene, his family and his friends (who are countless).
Tuesday, February 2nd--Chris Nightingales had two stents put in his LAD (artery). Everything went well...he should be released to come home tomorrow. ..Chuck Lindman broke his right ankle in three places...he is having surgery at Holland Hospital tomorrow...He will not be able to put any weight on the ankle for 8 weeks.
Sunday, January 31st--Jonny Hawkins shared a song that had great meaning for him. Randall's message clearly pointed out that when trying to reprove, encourage or comfort it is important to have already established a relationship with that person. Yearly congregational meeting was well attended and without controversy...we voted to begin improvements to the sound and video systems.
Saturday, January 30th--Congregational Meeting tomorrow night...everyone is welcome! If you are a member, we really need you to be in attendance. Greg and Shelly's daughter is home from the hospital. Oh by the way...you can come for morning church and Sunday school too!
Thursday, January 28th--Please pray for Chuck Lindman (Larry and Judy's son in law). He fell on the ice and broke his ankle...he will see a surgeon today. Greg and Shelly Millard's daughter, Julie is in the hospital with a small bowel issue.
Wednesday, January 27th--Joe Hughes' surgery went well. They had to remove his spleen, but the doctor's said they saw nothing else unusual...nothing looking like cancer...pray for pathology tests to confirm. Joe should be in the hospital 4-5 days. Please also pray for Tom Strang (Laurie Richmond's brother). He has pneumonia and is on a ventilator in the Borgess ICU.
Tuesday, January 26th--Please pray earnestly for Joe Hughes. He is having surgery today to remove a cancerous spot from his colon...pray that the cancer has not spread elsewhere.
Please keep Rose in your prayers as well. Deb Homan...THANKS for the Spaghetti...mmm
Saturday, January 23rd--If all goes well, Brenda will be able to come home on Monday. Special thanks to everyone who showed up for work day today. Again, the spirit of love, co-operation and unity is at an all-time high. It's actually fun, when you're working together with people of the same faith and same goals. We need each other, especially in times like this...thanks again. Don't forget to come back for church tomorrow.
Thursday, January 21st--Dave Denny is coming home from the hospital...but he continues to have Heart, Kidney and infection issues...please pray earnestly. Brenda is doing better, but has a long way to go...projected to come home on Monday....I know everyone is praying...I love you and I know you love us. Don't forget workday on Saturday....9 AM. Don't let the school people out number the church people.
Sunday, January 10th--We studied a difficult passage in Matthew 16:24. It was not difficult to understand; its just difficult to practice. Dave McKeith sang a special "It Is well"...many mouthed the words along with him. Sunday night we looked at Psalm 8...we are nothing but dust but God has honored us by wanting to have a relationship with us and giving us dominion over His creation.
Wednesday, December 30th--Randall is making preparations for BIG NEW YEAR'S EVE YOUTH OUTREACH...Great Wednesday Prayer Meeting...Proverbs 24...."If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small"
Sunday, December 27th--Good attendance...Matthew 15-16 "Bread needs to be distributed to all sheep...Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees"...Everyone needs to hear the truth; the Pharisees' teaching is corrupt. Mile's funeral went well...THANKS to all of our folks who stayed to support the family.
Thursday, December 17th--School Christmas store was a huge success...thanks for all your help and donations...the Kids had a blast...Tonight is the School Staff Christmas party...Mexican Food is on the menu.
Friday, December 11th--School continues to go well...one week till Christmas break! Looking into updating our CHURCH sound system and improving our video... Just got word that Miles VanOrman passed away this afternoon....please pray for his wife Joan and his son Doug
Wednesday, December 9th--Please pray for Miles VanOrman... He has Covid-19; Pneumonia and COPD...he is in the hospital in Florida...not doing very well.
GOALS OF #BLACKLIVESMATTER
1. Seeks to dismantle the Biblical definition of family....their own words, "we are committed to disrupting the Western prescribed nuclear family (one man + one woman)
2. Champions the celebration of homosexuality...their own words again "queer affirming".
3. Touts gender confusion as normal and seeks to make heroes of those who are mentally confused...their own words "we are committed to embracing and making space for trans brothers and sisters."
INFORMATION comes from Decision Magazine (July-August 2020)
The concept of black lives matter is undeniable...but the organization Black Lives Matter is evil...Be careful what you embrace.
Thursday, April 15th--Proverbs 17:7 "Excellent speech becometh not a fool: much less do lying lips a prince." Your words will reveal your character. When you meet someone for the first time...after talking with them for about five minutes...you have a pretty good idea what kind of person they are. Our words betray our hearts. What the heart is full of the mouth will speak of. The man whose words honor God and seek to give the right opinion of God is NOT a fool. A fool reveals himself though the subject matter he/she seeks to talk about or the "limited", crude vocabulary that they possess. Lies and deception also reveal that the man is not a prince. The verse also speaks to expectation and character. If the man is a prince and someone worthy and desiring to be looked up to by others, he cannot be deceitful, conceited or self-serving.
Wednesday, April 14th--Proverbs 17:6 "Children's children are the crown of old men; and the glory of children are their fathers". At age 50, I became a grandfather...two very traumatic events. Upon hearing of my grandfatherhood, I responded by saying, "now I am officially old"...to which one of my "dear" friends replied...you're old whether you have grandchildren or not. Understanding that statement to be true...I am thankful and proud to be a grandfather. The most rewarding thing in my life is knowing that my children are raising their children to love the Lord...when each little one trusts Christ as Savior...the joy is unspeakable. My children are bringing their children up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord...that's a tribute to the way they were brought up by their mom and dad. Doing what's right and living to please God will effect countless generations in the future.
Wednesday, March 24th--Proverbs 17:5 "Whoso mocketh the poor reproacheth his Maker: and he that is glad at calamities shall not be unpunished". "Mocking" includes quite a wide range of abuses to the poor. Lying or attempting to deceive; making fun of; looking down upon, or just plain trying to take advantage of the poor...will certainly get you in trouble with the "maker" of the poor. Every person regardless of their race, nationality, sex or financial wellbeing has been made and created by God. The idea that one of God's creations would look down on another of God's creations is repulsive to God. Add to that someone who gets enjoyment out of the calamities of others. We are to build up; help out; assist and love one another. The opposite is trying to take advantage of those less fortunate, and even gaining some pleasure in another's' loss.
Thursday, March 18th–Proverbs 17:4 “A wicked doer giveth heed to false lips; and a liar giveth ear to a naughty tongue. ” This passage speaks of people who have wicked intent towards someone else or to some activity that benefits themselves. A person who is bent on hurting someone else or getting their own way, does not care where the information comes from, or who is the source…they just want to use it for their own purposes. A person with wicked intent will listen to a liar…the liar is a person who will listen to any one who is seeking to harm another. Backbiting; slander; gossip; sowing discord; and such like…is welcome in the ears of those who have evil intent. The warning for us is to not automatically believe everything we hear…we need to cautiously investigate to see if their is any merit to the information. We should also attempt to judge whether the information from the source is intended to harm or is self-serving.
Tuesday, March 9th–Proverbs 17:3 “The fining pot is for silver, and the furnace for gold: but the Lord trieth the hearts. ” I grew up in Western Pennsylvania. My father worked for Bethlehem Steel Company…US Steel also had plants or mills in our area. The furnaces were going all the time…men who worked at the steel mills were subject to intense heat. Iron ore was being processed into steel, much purification had to take place. To purify metals like gold and silver, takes time and intense heat, it definitely is a process. Purifying the hearts of men is also a process that often takes a lifetime. God is trying to conform us the the image of His Son. Since Jesus is perfect…that will take awhile. Sometimes the process involves difficult times and heated/pressure situations. The goal is to burn off the dross and slag and produce something purer and of greater value. What God allows in our life, that we make think is troublesome, God uses it for our benefit.
Monday, February 22nd--Proverbs 17:2
"A wise servant shall have rule over a son that causeth shame..." The story that immediately comes to mind is the story of Eli, Hopni, Phineas and Samuel. Samuel was dedicated by his mother to the Lord's service. He grew up under the leadership of Eli, the priest. Hopni and Phineas, Eli's sons also grew up under the leadership of Eli. Hopni and Phineas were wicked. They abused the priesthood and held position only for their own personal gain. God eliminated Hopni and Phineas through death in warfare...Eli passed away as well and Samuel rose to the position of high priest due to his desire to please God and promote God's wishes to the people. Even though the sons were in the position to be the successor to their father, God chose the wise servant instead. Even the people recognized the wickedness of the sons and the godliness of Samuel.
Tuesday, February 16th--Proverbs 17:1
"Better is a dry morsel, and quietness therewith, than an house full of sacrifices with strife," The contrast is what is being emphasized here...if you have just a "morsel"...you don't have very much...Definition: a small piece or amount of food; a mouthful. What's worse than having just a morsel?...Having a dry morsel! Would you rather have a pitiful, dry morsel or a house full of animals that would provide much meat. The choice, contrast and comparison is obvious. However one other element is added. Would you rather have quietness, contentment and peace or conflict, confusion and strife...in your house? The value of quietness and contentment is so great that its worth giving up a life of luxury and plenty. If you have to sacrifice peace, contentment and quietness to have wealth and prosperity...you have made a bad bargain. If you turn your back on God to gain all the riches, pleasure and wealth of this world...you have made a bad bargain. Peace in ones soul, is far more valuable than meat in ones belly.
Wednesday, February 10th--Proverbs 16:32
"He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city." What is "true" strength? The greatest example of strength that I can think of involves Jesus holding back all His sovereign power and submitting to human torture, abuse and death. Allowing puny mankind to spit on him, mock him, scourge him and crucify him, without retaliation, is probably the greatest feat of inner strength ever accomplished. True strength is in self-control. Self-control is somewhat of a misnomer, because according to Galatians 5, "self-control" is an evidence of a man controlled by the Holy Spirit. James tells us to be swift to hear, slow to speak, and SLOW TO WRATH. Controlling your anger, and your spirit when wronged or tempted, is a demonstration and feat of amazing strength.
Thursday, February 4th--Proverbs 16:31
"The hoary head is a crown of glory IF it be found in the way of righteousness". "Hoary" = an aged, white or grey headed man; elderly. As a young pastor in my twenties...I looked forward to a time when my advise would have greater weight based on time, age and experience. Interesting enough, was that a few grey hairs around the side...seemed to do the trick. The assumption however, that all elderly or aged people possess great amounts of wisdom is a foolish presupposition. If a man or a woman has lived their life in opposition or indifference to the guidelines of God's Word, you will find that no matter how old they are...they still have no wisdom to offer...oh they might have some earthly, worldly wisdom, but no godly wisdom. In contrast, a man or woman who has spent a lifetime of following God's path, will find themselves far down the road to spiritual maturity. Must wisdom can be learned from faithful people who have followed God's path...they have acquired knowledge, understanding and wisdom. A wise younger person...can learn from their valuable experiences. The man or woman with the "hoary head" who have lived righteously will give you the right opinion of God (glory).
Wednesday, February 3rd--Proverbs 16:29-30
"A violent man enticeth his neighbor, and leadeth him into a way that is not good". Who is my neighbor? That was a question asked of Jesus, which He answered with the story of the Good Samaritan. Anyone within your eyesight or knowledge that needs your help and assistance. The violent man in this proverb is intentionally aggravating or pushing his neighbor in order to justify violent acts against them. He thinks and contemplates ways to get an advantage over others...his words are chosen to produce evil results. How do we know he's plotting evil? (HE IS MOVING HIS LIPS). We are to assist and build up others. Our goal with people should be an amiable partnership where both parties benefit from an exchange of Godly wisdom. The goal of the "violent/evil" man in these verses is simply to drag others down to his level of selfishness.
Saturday, January 30th--Proverbs 16:27-28
"An ungodly man diggeth up evil...A froward man soweth strife..." Some men and women enjoy finding dirt and wrongdoing, and then use their lips to broadcast gossip, slander, back-biting, condemnation and discord to all who will listen. In Christian circles, sometimes it sneaks in as "spiritual concern or prayer requests". The basic message doesn't change..."I want to inform you of the terrible deeds of others...it is shocking....and as you know...I would never do anything like that." Let's tear others down to make ourselves look good. It is in their very heart and nature to quickly spread the news as a fire. If they can't find anything, they will plants seeds of strife. Destroying other people's lives gives them great satisfaction. God describes them as "ungodly"; "froward" and "whisperers".
Friday, January 29th--Proverbs 16:25
"There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death". This often quoted verse reminds us that to trust our own resources at the neglect of God's wisdom places us in a perilous situation. The key word is "seemeth"...God's Word and His ways are sure, perfect, steadfast, solid, reliable, and trustworthy. If it just "seems" right to our emotions and intellect...that leaves a lot of unsurity. Many a person has attempted to justify their actions by declaring, "I DON'T SEE ANYTHING WRONG WITH THAT". Do you really want to take the chance of controlling your own destiny, or would you rather have the all-knowing; all-wise person who loves you most guide you through your daily decisions? No one starts out and says I just want to ruin my life. But living as though God does not exist, puts you solidly on the road to destruction and death.
Thursday, January 28th–Proverbs 16:24
“Pleasant words are as a honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.” I am currently reading a book by Phillip Keller entitled, “What makes Life Worth Living”…in chapter ten he speaks of giving thanks…certainly we are to give thanks to God for all he has done…but we are to thank people too…Keller writes, “Each of us blooms better when refreshed with thanks. Simply put, I am saying be generous. Be gracious with your gratitude. Scatter praise, thanks, and approval across the day and all across your way.” This verse in Proverbs tells us that our pleasant words are not just good for the ears…they are good for the soul…that gives our words a great deal of power. Additionally, our pleasant words can literally help someone who is ailing physically…they have healing powers. Are your words directed towards others sweet and healthy?
Wednesday, January 27th–Proverbs 16:22-23
“Understanding is a wellspring of life unto him that hath it”. The ability to recognize truth and wisdom when you see it or hear it causes the heart of the wise to drink it all in. Foolish instruction is recognized as well, and rejected as folly. Our hearts and lips normally respond after the pattern of our old sinful nature. But once wisdom has been received within our hearts, it begins to teach and change the pattern of our behavior and especially our thoughts and speech. It gives us inner purpose, and reason for living a life that is pleasing in God’s sight. “The heart of the wise teacheth his mouth, and addeth learning to his lips”. What the heart is full of…the mouth will speak of!
Tuesday, January 26th--Proverbs 16:20-21
"He that handleth a matter wisely shall find good". Doing things God's way always produces satisfaction and good, even if it is not necessarily the easy way. Handling a matter wisely means that you were following God's guidelines and desiring to please Him. A man who trusts God's wisdom and commands, and uses them in his daily life will not only find good, they will find happiness as well. Putting into practice the wisdom that is within your heart will cause others to notice. Putting the wisdom that is within your heart into words, will cause others to listen and want to learn the source of your wisdom. Our deeds and words are to display God's wisdom and give the right opinion of God. If we do that, people will be attracted to us, and want to know the God that we know.
Sunday, January 24th--Proverbs 16:18-19
"Pride goeth before destruction...Better it is to be of an humble spirit". Self-confidence is a trait that is necessary for success in this world. But self-confidence that leaves God out...is PRIDE. If I am confident cause I know I am walking in the the Lord's approved path and I know that he is my strength, guide and protector, then my confidence is in Him and not in myself. If my confidence rests solely on my skills and ability and seeks no assistance, or gives no credit to God, then it is a misplaced confidence known as PRIDE. Proud attitudes and behavior, along with associations with proud men will bring destruction and a fall. Biblical examples include: Lucifer; Pharaoh; Nebuchadnezzar; Samson; King Saul; Haman; Herod and Lot.
Saturday, January 23rd--Proverbs 16:17
The Bible talks a lot about roads, highways, paths and ways. "The highway of the upright is to depart from evil". In Solomon's day a highway was not filled with autos, trucks and gridlock. A "highway" was a raised road for public use. The Romans built many highways. We are surrounded by highways. But in Solomon's day a highway was a rare, special road, created by a lot of effort. The desire was to funnel traffic, make the path more direct and the journey easier. The highway that God has built for us to travel...keeps us from evil and the consequences thereof. If as you travel on the highway of life, you find yourself involved in selfishness, self-will and evil companions, you can surely bet that you are on the wrong road. If the road is full of potholes, detours and dangerous drivers, again you can be sure you're on the wrong road. God's highways is clearly marked with speed limits and instruction signs. God's highway is designed to keep us from evil and make sure that we reach the correct destination in safety. You can't get lost, if you're on God's highway.
Friday, January 22nd--Proverbs 16:16
"How much better is it to get wisdom than gold!..." How much better is it? It is immeasurably better! Please note the exclamation points...probably not inspired but still important! A truly rich man is a man who has wisdom and understanding. Understanding is when you obtain knowledge and process it to determine how this information can be used. Wisdom is when you take what you understand and use it in a way that is pleasing in God's sight. Wisdom always makes decisions in light of accountability to God. Thoughts of obedience to God is where wisdom begins.
Thursday, January 21st–Proverbs 16:10-15
These verses contain a lot of “king stuff”. vs. 10–Reminds us that the king is God’s representative…His words and his judgments should be the same as God would declare. There is a huge responsibility that comes with authority. The king, husband, father, leader is to be obeyed, but he is accountable to God, Himself for his judgments. vs. 11–If things are just and honest, then the leader is giving the right opinion of God. vs. 12– If the king is committed to wickedness then that is the opposite of why the throne was established. vs. 13–A godly king expects the truth and wise counsel from his advisors and followers. vs. 14-15–Good or bad, it is wise to seek the favor of the king.
Saturday, January 16th–Proverbs 16:8-9
“Better is a little with righteousness than great revenues without right”. The real question is what is the most important or main pursuit of life. What is the determining factor in your decision making process? Is it money, or is it what is pleasing in God’s sight? There is nothing wrong with money, but if it is acquired while compromising what is right…you have the wrong priorities. “A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the Lord directeth his steps.” A man thinks and plans, and does the best that he can to prepare for the future. Ultimately though, it is God who determines how things end up. If a man’s heart is wise, he will make provision for God’s will and plan for his life. A better approach may be…telling God you are willing to follow His plan , rather than asking God for approval of your plan.
2nd-- Jessica Denney and Chuck Nightingale
4th-- April Sexton and Deanna Hakes
5th-- Pat Kaniewski
6th--Nancy Griffin; Ted and Connie Adams (A); Carl and Laura Kennett (A)
11th-- Rose Hughes and Gary Hakes
12th-- Drake Williams, Denny Foster and Chris Nightingale
13th-- Sandy Nelson
17th-- Ray Copas
18th-- Jonny Hawkins
19th-- David and Verna Hall (A)
23rd-- Alice Hostetler
28th-- Porter Sexton
29th-- Lorraine Kincaid
2nd--Sue Smink; Kyler Hochstetler
5th--Evelyn Copas; Art Smith
17th--John and Kim Bennett (A)
20th--Jill Denney; Pete and Nancy Griffin (A)
1st--Garth and Lorraine Kincaid (A)
3rd--Larry and Judy Wallman (A)
4th--Olivia Tefft; Dick Hunter
5th--Tammie Smith; Dick Denney
6th--Gideon Hodges; Art and Mary Jo Smith (A)
15th--Heather Smith; Dan Inman; Pail Grandlinard
16th--Jackson Bruce; Oaklynn VanBruggen
8th--Karen Manson; John Cornett; Dan and Lynette Reeves (A)
11th--Nelda Mikolajczyk; Theodore Gingerich
12th--Phyllis Burke; Kelly Schwartz; Oliver Walkinghood; Ron and Linda Sexton (A)
14th--Mitchell Belson; Cody Williamson
18th--Verna Hall; Leslie Bennett
21st--Carolyn Collins; Kara Hawkins; Jim Schwartz
24th--Marge Mowry-Rice; Jon Walkinghood
26th--Steve Homan; Jim and Anne Swain (A)
30th--Brooke Sexton; Rob and Laurie Belson (A)
7th--Cindy Gentz; Pastor Goebert
9th--Mary Jo Smith
14th--Bonita Aurand; Ben Richmond; Denny Cross
15th--Sharon Jones; Pat Simington
17th--Linda Sexton; Laura Kennett; Chamberlain Nightingale
23rd--Tammy Fredenburg; Kirby and Alice Hostetler (A)
26th--Angie Davenport; Sam Collins; Todd Kaniewski
27th--Rocky and Mary Marsh (A)
28th--Silas Sexton; Phil Gingerich
8th--Sara Moore; Rob Riggs; Toby Tefft
1st--Darlene Denney; Dallas Bingaman
3rd--Robert Riggs Jr.; Bob and Julie Bruce (A)
4th--Mark Sexton; Jim Burke
5th--Cienna Nightingale; Richard Mikolajczyk
6th--Caleb Kennett; Alvin and Pat Disbrow (A)
7th--Dina Swain; Bill and Janet Avery (A)
11th--Maxine Hawkins; Mark and Elizabeth Sexton (A)
20th--Dave and Jan McKeith (A)
28th--Tracy Riggs; Jeremy Bingaman; Alvin Disbrow; Ron Denney
2nd--Bret VanBruggen; Joe and Maribeth Kleinhans (A)
9th--Frank Simington; Shawn Lambert
10th--Lorraine Stuart; Ron and Diane Denney (A)
12th--Shawn and Kim Lambert (A)
14th--Gryphon Barrett; Joel Schwartz
16th--Jerry and Dawn Dodgson (A)
17th--Pat Disbrow; Bob Bruce
18th--Fran VanBruggen; Cody Burdick
27th--Jody and Tammy Fredenburg (A)
29th--Barry Mowry; Dan Applegate; Dick and Diane Denney (A);
Jim and Sharon Jones (A)
1st--Pastor and Brenda Goebert (A)
3rd--Ray Gentz; Ted Adams
9th--Tom Burke; Zach Hawkins
11th--Matt and Ruth Barrett (A); Chris and Renee Nightingale (A)
13th--Kaleigh Hochstetler; Paul and Lori Richmond (A)
17th--Rita Johnson; Denny and Alice Cross (A)
20th--Jim and Kelly Schwartz (A)
21st--Claire Hodges; Christia VanBruggen
25th--Natalie Belson; Joe Hughes
27th--Rebekah Mowry; John Bennett
28th--Vallory Yoder; Matt and Mary Yoder (A)
29th--Toby and Eryn Tefft (A)
3rd--Steve and Deb Homan (A)
4th--Mary Marsh; Nate Hawkins
7th--Rosetta Copas; Jan Grandlinard
8th--Joanna Smith; Connie Adams; Rob and Tracy Riggs (A)
9th--Randall and Sara Moore (A)
11th--Ross and Anita Upston (A)
12th--Ron and Laurie Smith (A)
13th--Terry and Kevin Henckel (A)
18th--David and Rebekah Mowry (A)
21st--Lyle Barrett; David Hall
30th--Geraldine Wolf; Lloyd Miller
31st--Alexis Hurst; Amilia Mowry
2nd-- Maeve Bennett
3rd-- Diane Denney; Kyle Croy
5th-- Connie Jackson
6th-- Dave McKeith
7th-- Jonny and Carissa Hawkins (A)
8th-- Dan Reeves
12th-- Rob Belson
13th-- Sue Miller
14th-- Pamela Mowry
15th-- Jeremy and Melanie Bingaman (A)
16th-- Lidiane Mowry; Yance Sexton; Dan and Jean Inman (A)
18th-- Cecil Aurand
19th-- Jeffrey Applegate; Ray and Cindy Gentz (A)
20th-- Paul and Jan Grandlinard (A)
21st-- Jean Inman; Carissa Hawkins
22nd-- Kim Bennett
25th-- Gary and Ann Henckel (A)
26th-- Herb and Carol Doster (A); Frank and Patsy Simington (A)
1st-- Gary Iobe; Elmer and Gerry Wolf (A)
3rd-- Donna Hoffman
4th-- Helen Harvey; Melanie Bingaman; John and Julie Cornett (A)
6th-- David Mowry; Kari Yoder; David and Pat Kaniewski (A)
9th-- Maxine Irving; Eric and Angie Davenport (A)
10th-- Elizabeth Sexton
12th-- Jim Swain
14th-- Dorothy Saxmon
15th-- Lloyd and Sue Miller (A)
19th-- Barry and Mary Mowry (A)
20th-- Taylor Williamson; Jim Jones
22nd-- Veronica Reeves; Bea Loker
23rd-- Richard and Nelda Mikolajczyk (A)
24th-- Dale Marie Brubaker
25th-- Ian Smith; Gary and Deanna Hakes (A)
27th-- Gabe Mowry
28th-- Eryn Tefft; Dawn Dodgson; Christine Dietz; Cecil and Bonita Aurand (A); Mark and Kaleigh Hochstetler (A)
30th-- Rebekah Yoder