VenedyNovember 4, 2015

Venedy

Ora Mae Droege 824-6326

St. Salvator Lutheran Church, Venedy IL

Rev. Art Eichhorn, Pastor

9:00 am Sunday School

10:00am Sunday Morning Worship Service

I Kings 17: 8-16

Hebrews 9: 24-28

Mark 12: 38-44

St. Johns United Church of Christ, Johannisburg,, IL

Rev. Bill Groennert

8:30 am Sunday Morning Worship Service

Please remember St John’s Mission Project for November and December is New Athens Home.

To Love and be Loved comes from the heart of God

Fall is a beautiful time of the year, and now the leaves are falling down in abundance

Steve Droege and David Droege attended the St Louis Blues and Tampa Bay Lightening hockey game at the Scottrade Center Tuesday evening. They got to see a winner!

Stanley and Ora Mae Droege were among guest in honor of the 60th Wedding Anniversary of a couple of ‘Old Bones’, Charles and Beverly Strackeljahn. Sunday November 1st at the John Wildi Masonic Temple in Highland

Buster had company this week end when Daisy came to stay at the home of Steve and Gina Droege

You never know what you can do until you try

Steve and Gina Droege attended the St Louis Blues and Minnesota Wild hockey game at the Scottrade Center Saturday Evening. Three wins this week.

Bizarre and Unique Holidays:

November – Aviation History Month

November 7 book Lover’s Day – First Saturday of the Month

November 9 – Chaos Never Dies Day – You’ve got that right!

November 10 – USMC Day – US Marine Corp established in 1775

November 11 – Veteran’s Day – Signing of WWI Armistice, 1918

God can heal a broken heart, but he has to have all the pieces.

A boy once said to God, “I’ve been thinking, and I know what I want when I become a man.” He proceeded to give God his list: to live in a big house with two Saint Bernards and a garden… marry a blue-eyed, tall, beautiful woman…have three sons – one who will be a senator, one a scientist, and one a quarterback. He also wanted to be an adventurer who climbed tall mountains…. and drive a red Ferrari.

As it turned out, the boy hurt his knee one day while playing football. He no longer could climb trees, much less mountains. He married a beautiful and kind woman, who was short with brown eyes. Because of his business, he lived in a city apartment, took cabs, and rode subways. He had three loving daughters, and they adopted a fluffy cat. One daughter became a nurse, another an artist, and the third a music teacher.

One morning the man awoke and remembered his boyhood dream. He became extremely depressed, so depressed that be became very ill. Close to death from a broken heart, he called out to God, “Remember when I was a boy and told You all the things I wanted? Why didn’t You give me those things?”

“I could have,” said God, “but I wanted to make you happy.”

Remember, God wants the best for us. Trust Him with your whole heart – He’s the original heart surgeon.

Steve and Gina Droege were among family and friends celebrating the 80th Birthday of her Dad, Ed Paszkiewicz at Little Nashville Sunday evening. Also attending were David and Tiffany Droege of Millstadt, Ryan and Kayla Droege of Jackson, Mo. and Stanley and Ora Mae Droege.

Zion United Church of Christ, Addieville Wurst Markt coming up Wednesday November 11.

Take time for yourself today