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Mothers Banquet: What Not to Wear

June 16, 2009

Romans 12:1 , 2 I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

Being transformed by God’s word from the inside out.

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The ladies did a wonderful job preparing the room for the banquet.

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Our guest speaker was Sis. Garthea Henson. She spoke about how our outward appearance should show that we are a child of the King, Jesus Christ.


 Sis. Georgia and Sis. Emmy presented a puppet show about “What Not to Wear”. It was hilarious but the message was clear: the way we dress should honor and glorify our Lord and not ourselves.

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The designing team  Alovedena consisting of Jessica, Eden, and Amey won the design an outfit game with feathers, crepe streamers, pipe cleaners, and other colorful stuff. Their creation had the very in colors of purple, orange, and red with glittery pipe cleaners on the head piece to keep the bugs away???

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Ladies Tea

October 13, 2008

What is your legacy? What do others know about you that is glorifying our Lord? This is the message Mrs. Rasquinha had for the ladies yesterday.

Mrs. Burge used Psalm 37 to share what we should be doing instead of fretting about things.

The FBCS was transformed into a beautiful tea party.

The beautiful tables were laden with scrumptious tea party food!

Lois and India Rasquinha blessed us with special music.

Prizes were given out for different categories of teacups:

Georgia Cutright-Best Tea Cup Story (Ask her to tell you the story, you just have to hear it from her!)

Joy Kelley-Most Unusual Teacup-Mustache teacup, thought to be an egg yolk and whites separator at first! So what is a mustache teacup? There is sort of like a bridge built into the side of the top part of the cup to help prevent the mustache from getting wet while drinking.

Myrna Dejesa-Oldest Teacup (47 years old)

Stephanie McCully-Most Chipped Teacup

Look who was at the party.