Inside this issue: Since 1912 more than two million Boy Scouts have

May 10-16, 2015
Volume 6, Issue 17
Special points of interest:
Movie Night
Solo Connection
Mother’s Day
Inside this issue:
Prayer Requests
Deacons of the Week
Upcoming Sermons
Family Movie Night
Nursery Schedule
Read Through the Bible
Facts and Figures
Solo Connection
Stephen Ministry
Mothers Day
Think About It
Vision Statement
Mission Statement
Since 1912 more than two million Boy Scouts have earned the Eagle Scout
award—Scouting’s highest rank advancement. Eagle Scouts exemplify the
virtues of service, leadership, and duty to God, using their training and influence
to better their communities and the world. 
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The following names have been submitted to us for
prayer. Please make them a priority during the week.
Some are sick at home; some are hospitalized; some
have had surgery; and some have crises in their lives.
Some are short term requests. Some are long term. We/
You may not know the circumstances but God does.
Wendell Parker, April Richey’s uncle; Florence Landram;
Wanda Keegan; Tommy Barnett, friend of Don Lowe;
Sharon Gatter; Cliff Keegan; Scott Alcala, Connie
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Paquette’s grandson; David Martin; Alan
Witherington; Sam Butner; Jackie Hudson; Brian
Hudson; David Hammond, Donna’s son; Donald
Themm, Chuck’s brother; Larry Sexton; Greg
Giordano, Jerry Hick’s brother-in-law; Mark Cone,
son of Joe and Donita Cone; Mike Webb; Ed Neuzil,
friend of Don Lowe; Kitty Hicks; Alisha Rose, Ciaran
Doherty Keys, Patrick and Bridgeen and family
requested by Karen Loria; Josephine Shoop, Natalie
Hicks and Debbie Simmons’ mother; Donna
Lentsch, Natalie’s neighbor; Judith Albanese, Brian
McKean’s sister; John Marynell; Jan Bednarek; New
Life Church Leadership Team; our military
personnel; Anna Harvey, missionary in Middle East.
Call the church office (728.1861) with your prayer
requests. 
May 10—Mother’s Day
What Is Your Testimony?
I John 5:1-12
May 17
Not Fun, But Necessary
I John 5:13-21
May 24
Filled with the Spirit
Acts 2:1-21
Deacons for the week are: Pat and
Irene Rossiello. If you have a
need during the week please feel free
to call them at 323-3373 or email
them at [email protected] 
May 31
Joint Heirs of the King
Romans 8:12-17 
Family Movie Night
has been moved to
Friday, May 29, 2015
6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Fellowship Hall 
May 10-16, 2015
9:00 Sunday School
10:00 Worship
6:00 NO Youth
5:00 Lampstand
6:00 Kids Central
7:00 Andre
Keegan Eagle
Scout Court of
9:00 Lampstand
5:00 New Life Bells
Open Prayer Time
10:00 Staff Mtg
6:00 Praise Team
7:00 Choir
7:00 AA
8:00 Thrift House
12:30 Solo
Connection to
Cottage Inn
10:00 Lunch
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May 10
May 10
Toinette Millar
May 16
Judy Williams 
May 17
May 24
Our Bible Readings for the next week are:
Monday, May 11
Tuesday, May 12
Wednesday, May 13
Thursday, May 14
Friday, May 15
Saturday, May 16
Esther 1-2
Esther 3-4
Esther 5-7
Esther 8-10
Job 1-3
Job 4-7 
Cottage Inn
Lady Lake
Friday, May 15, 2015
Come join us at 12:30 p.m. for lunch,
fun, and fellowship. Need more
information? Contact Cathy Marynell at
787-1703 or 874-1703. 
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Children’s Church: Erin and Molly
Babies: Hattie and Tammi
Children’s Church: Wanda and André
Babies: Erin and Sasha
Children’s Church: Natalie and Debbie
Babies: Hattie and André 
Annual Budgeted Expenditures
General Fund Giving YTD (05/03/15)
Remaining Unfunded Expenditures
Weekly (34Weeks)
$ 10,469.00
Needed as of last week (05/03/2015)
Received 05/03/2015
$ 10,563.00
$ 13,737.97
There was an old hymn about a "Lonesome Valley." It
was about Jesus who had to "walk it all alone." "Nobody
else could walk it for him." If you or a friend is in a
lonesome valley of any kind, you DO NOT need to walk
it all alone. We Stephen Ministers are here to walk with
you through your lonesome valley, whatever it is. If you
need someone to walk with you now, call the church
office or talk with a Stephen Leader.
If you are interested in being a Stephen Minister,
walking with someone, please call the church office or a
Stephen Leader: Donna Dennis, Dave Loria, Pris
Peterson or Susan Sapp. 
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The origins of Mother's Day are attributed to different
people. Many believe that two women, Julia Ward Howe
and Anna Jarvis were important in establishing the
tradition of Mother's Day in the United States. Other
sources say that Juliet Calhoun Blakely initiated
Mother’s Day in Albion, Michigan, in the late 1800s. Her
sons paid tribute to her each year and urged others to
honor their mothers.
Around 1870, Julia Ward Howe called for Mother's Day
to be celebrated each year to encourage pacifism and
disarmament amongst women. It continued to be held in
Boston for about ten years under her sponsorship, but
died out after that.
In 1907, Anna Jarvis held a private Mother's Day
celebration in memory of her mother, Ann Jarvis, in
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Grafton, West Virginia. Ann Jarvis had organized
"Mother's Day Work Clubs" to improve health and
cleanliness in the area where she lived. Anna Jarvis
launched a quest for Mother's Day to be more widely
recognized. Her campaign was later financially
supported by John Wanamaker, a clothing merchant
from Philadelphia.
In 1908, she was instrumental in arranging a service in
the Andrew's Methodist Episcopal Church in Grafton,
West Virginia, which was attended by 407 children and
their mothers. The church has now become the
International Mother's Day Shrine. It is a tribute to all
mothers and has been designated as a National
Historic Landmark.
Mother's Day has become a day that focuses on
generally recognizing mothers' and mother figures'
roles. Mother's Day has also become an increasingly
important event for businesses in recent years. This is
particularly true of restaurants and businesses
manufacturing and selling cards and gift items. 
 Being alone does not mean you are lonely, and
being lonely does not mean you are alone.
 Never do something permanently foolish just
because you are temporarily upset.
 Someone else doesn’t have to be wrong for you to
be right.
 A bank is a place that will lend you money if you can
prove that you don’t need it.
 You don’t drown by falling in the water. You drown by
staying there.
 There are things that we don’t want to happen but
have to accept, things we don’t want to know but have
to learn, and people we can’t live without but have to
let go.
 If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t
change it, change the way you think about it.
 Don’t think of cost. Think of value.
 No matter how many mistakes you make or how
slow you progress, you are still way ahead of
everyone who isn’t trying.
 You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep
re-reading your last one.
 Giving up doesn’t always mean you’re weak,
sometimes it means you are strong enough and
smart enough to let go and move on.
 Things turn out best for people who make the best out
of the way things turn out.
 If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way.
If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse. 
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201 LaVista Street
Fruitland Park FL 34731-4423
Phone: 352.728.1861
Fax: 352.728.8306
E-mail: [email protected]
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Ephesians 3:16
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VISION STATEMENT: As followers of Jesus Christ, we believe that the Bible is the Word of God, and our love for
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helping everyone experience new life through Christ alone.
MISSION STATEMENT: “The mission of New Life Presbyterian Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ, nurture
and grow the discipleship of those who believe, and send disciples into the world as witnesses to God’s love and
saving grace.” 
New Life
Jim Keegan ([email protected])
Phone: 352.250.0348
Music/Worship Coordinator:
John Kimer ([email protected])
Disciple for Families
Bob Blaise ([email protected])
Youth Pastor:
Bradley Myer ([email protected])
Ministry Assistant:
Sherry Willingham ([email protected])
Financial Manager/Admin Assistant:
Marybeth Harvey
([email protected])
Clarence Willette
([email protected])
Quirino (Q) Rubio
Keri Sellars
Mac Andrews
Nursery Attendants:
Hattie Corbin
Erin Myer
Funeral Coordinator
Bette White 