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        Bulletin 10-17-2021


  • FA family welcomes our guests. We are excited that you are here.

*Last Sunday’s attendance was 167. Invite someone this Sunday. It could very well change their life forever.

*Join us back this Wednesday. Family Meal begins at 5:30pm with ministry for the entire family starting at 6:30pm. *Adult Wednesday Series: “Let’s get Spiritual”

*Keep up with al that’s happening by visiting our website at www.firstagashland.org

*Attention: Children are a vital part of the ministry here at First Assembly. See Pastor Mark Smith or Amy Hill to get involved.

*Joy Fellowship, Monday night at 6pm in the FACS Center.

*Attention: Find a small group that fits you. Join us for coffee, juice and doughnuts in the FACS center beginning at 8:45am. Classes start at 9am, see Earl Wood for more information.

*Outpouring Family Youth Discipleship Weekend, see Pastor Mark or Stephanie Sasser for details.  

*MoMENtum Men’s Breakfast Sunday 8am in the FACS Center.


*Announcing: Sunday Night Seek tonight at 6pm.      REMEMBER PASTOR APPRECTION TONIGHT AFTER SERVICE

*Announcing: FA/FACS Harvest Fest, Friday, October 29th. We ask each family to bring a bag of individually wrapped candy by Wednesday, October 20th. Thank You!



                                 2021 Ministry Theme: It’s Time  


Below is a look back to the spring of 2020, and what I shared as we were found ourselves in the middle of a pandemic and an what I believe to be the beginning of a last days awakening.

Isaiah 62:10-12  “Go through, Go through the gates! Prepare the way for the people, Build up, Build up the highway! Take out the stones, Lift up a banner for the peoples! 11 Indeed the Lord has proclaimed to the end of the world: “Say to the daughter of Zion, ‘Surely your salvation is coming; Behold, His reward is with Him, And His work before Him.’ ” 12 And they shall call them The Holy People, The Redeemed of the Lord; And you shall be called Sought Out, A City Not Forsaken.                                                                                                                                  This is our theme for the year 2020 and how prophetic it has become. At the turn of the year no one but God and those He illumined could have forecasted the events that have transpired over the past few months and continues today. As I read and ponder this passage in the Book of Isaiah, I can’t help but see more and more clearly that these inspired words written so long ago are words in season for us. Prepared people prepare people. As people of Pentecost, let us prepare and be witnesses first to our Jerusalem (family), then Judea (community), into Samaria (culture), and then to the utter most parts of the earth (missions). If anything matters, everything matters. If anyone matters, everyone matters.