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Page 12 - Wednesday, April 30, 1980 - Good Word for Today: Choose By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life... Deuteronomy 30:19. Almost every situation in life demands that we make a choice. Never a day goes by but what we have dicisions to make; many are so in- ificant that they are  unnoticed but some are Important to such a -hat they change the whole course of our lives. gave human beings the ability to know right from wrong and He also gave us the option to choose which course we will take. Sometimes it is so hard to know what is the right thing to do. Solomon, in his great wisdom, wrote, "There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof is the way of death". (Proverb 16:25) One thing we can be sure of, if we follow the way the Lord leads it will not be the wrong path. David, in Psalm 25:12, tells us that "...what man feareth the Lord, him shall He teach in the way that he should choose." And the writer of Hebrews reminds us that Moses chose to suffer affliction with the people .of God than to enjoy the pleasures of sin because be counted the reproach of Christ greater than the riches of Egypt. (Heb. 11:25). When we choose to follow Jesus we may not immediately see the benefits of our actions, but ultimately we will be rewarded. Beloved, if you have not yet made the choice that will bring peace and joy in this earthly life, and a home with Jesus in eternity, why don't you do so today? Say, along with Joshua, "....choose you this day who you will ser- ve...but as for me and my house we will serve the Lord". (Josh. 24:15) ltisthe wisest choice you can make. Activities at Cloverdale Christian Pre-School include number and letter projects, art, science and cooking projects. Parents of students and prospective students are invited to an open house Tuesday, May 6, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., 76 Tarman Drive, Cloverdale. Photo by Janice. Y: tast "Know Your Religion" lecture Young University in speech and dramatic arts. He has had considerable Church experience and presently serves as a counselor in a stake presidency. Anyone interested is welcome to attend the lec- ture. in Brazil and will present the "Portugese Cork" for those who are unmarried and for those who will try again. He will also give specific helps for parents in rearing their children. He received B.S. and" M.S. Degrees from Brigham James Bailey to speak at Oat Valley Baptist Church Bible Baptist Church at Ukiah for. the past three and one-half years. Pastor Steve Keesler and his wife, Judy, from Calvary Baptist Church of Lakeport will prgvide special music at both ser- vices. You are invited to attend these special services. Rev. James Bailey of Ukiah will be speaking Thursday and Friday nights, May I and 2, 7:30 p.m. at Oat Valley Baptist Church, High- way 128, Cloverdale. Rev. Bailey is a graduate of Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College and has pastored the ]trp: .,,. By DORIS HILL ct''How to Lead, Bless and tnctify My Family" will be the topic for the last "Know =9,eligion" lecture for ['[he season for the Ukiah ak.Church of Jesus Christ -*-Latter-day Saints, Saturday evening (May 3) beginning at 7:30 p.m. David A. Cbristensen, Administrative Assistant for Laltguage Curriculum for Salaries and Institutes for the D.D.S. Church will be in Ukiah to speak. He will discuss ways to help faun- darting marriages - make a p0' marriage good, a good rrmrriage better, and help a great" marriage remain sttiast. He served as a missionary about the Church of Christ Christ, using the Bible as its !sole rule of authority for teaching and preaching. The worship service, as set forth in the New Testament, consists of prayers, singing, the Lord's Supper, giving of our means, preaching and teaching. There are classes for all ages. A Christian Pre- school is available. Free Bible correspondence courses are also available. For more infoimation con- tact Bill Churchill, minister, at 894-5063 or Martin Bauman 894-3452. q'he New Testament Church, in the modern world, has Christ as its founder (Matt. 16: 18; Ephesians 112Li It is not a Denomination or a group of Denominations. Each church iofChrist is independent of the  oy united through Heart Health Seminar Church. All participants will be given their nQrmal or abnormal test results. Those with abnormal results will be recommended to see their physician for further studies. The participants are en- couraged to remain for the free Heart Health Seminar to be held from 3-8 p.m. on the same Sunday. They will hear lectures on the dietary control of fat and cholesterol, exercise for the heart, how to control stress, weight management and how to stay young. A vegetarian meal Heart disease received a JbaCk last Sunday morning lvhen over 40 persons at- fimded the Coronary Risk Evaluation program span- .MS'red in Cloverdale by the t$venth-day Adventist Omrch. :,IDe Wolcott, pastor and bator of the Coronary ,Pdk. :Evaluation program, id that the participants are also scheduled to receive ll{h testing results Sunday, May 4, from 2 - 3 in a group meeting at. the Cloverdale "'% t h -day Adventist will be provided free to all at the supper hour. The public is invited to .join the participants in this free Heart Health Seminar from 3- 8 at the Adventist Church. Those persons that wish too attend who have not been participants in the testing should call 894-3201 so that proper arrangements can be made for the evening meil. An optional syllabus of seminar materials is availlable for a nominal $5 donation. For further in- formation or a syllabus contact 894-3201. I III III I Eric W. Berg and James F. Berg of Cloverdale Calif; Thomas Gwen of Dach Point, Wash; and I niece, Helen Adams of Davis, Calif. Internment was in Mt. View Memorial Park. If desired, rememberances may be made to the Mason Methodist Church Memorial Fund, Tacoma, Wash. ?bltua " rY ,,,,, , .L Wilber Shomo and Nalley's Fine Food, He was a member of the Tacoma Elks Lodge and the Mason Methodist Church. er P. 8homo died in laoma Washington, March , age 75. He was a former resident of Cloverdale. jmqHie was a retired steam |engineer serving in that | capacity with the American | Mail Line, Coastal Plywood & | Lmnber CO. of Cloverdale; | t)e Laoma School District When living in Cloverdale Mr. & Mrs. Shomo resided on Orange Drive and were well known in the Community. "Survivors include his wife Bertha Shomo, 3 nephews, " Unity is necessary to existence. Clover.dale . Chr=st=ani pr school to ho00" open house | Parents of students and prospective students are invited to an open house Tuesday May 6 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Cloverdale Christian Pre-school. Parents will have the op- portunity to meet the Staff and see the facilities. Examples of projects com- pleted by the students will be on display. Pre-school activities tentatively planned for the summer include number and letter projects appropriate to the individual student, art, science and cooking projects, Bible circle Bible stories, di finger plaY,  'movement g'a including m lessons, plantJ for a school ve and visits to More detlJllqll plans will be open house. 1  prepared by Lmlt be served, tlQ$ Further inf01: obtained by[he1  or visiting Church of  Tarman Dr., Cloverdale Are? Church Directory United Church of C!ovA t UNITED ' METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship, i t a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsburg Avenue Pastor, John Powell Sunday  Bible Teaching Program 9:45a m. Morning Worship Hour, ! I a,m, Church Training Pr#gra,.. 4 pro. Evening Worship Hour, 6p.m. Wednesday : Midweek Services, 7 p.m. SEVENTH-DA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S. Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday : Sabbalh School at 9:30a.m. Worship Service at l I 00a.m. Sisters of Service S.O.S. on 2nd & 4th Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken llama Mission Representative Sunday School, t0 a.m. Morning Worship. I i a.m Evening Worship. 6 p.m. Midweek Service Thursday Night. 7 p.ni. NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance 28 Tarman Drive Phone 894-3445 Growth Groups - 9:30 am Sunday Worship- 10:30 am Evening Service - 6:00 pm Bible S! udy, Thurs. - 7:00 pm BAHA'I FAITH Firesides: Monday mornings tO a.m. Friday evenings 8 pm ('hildren's Classes Junior Youth ' Youth Please call for more information and-or liierature 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 128 Hey. D.F. Hieter Phone 894-3107 Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. It a.m.. Evening Service. 6p.m. Midweek Service. Wednesday. 7 pro. t31 Dine Street Church Ph 894-2998 PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL CHURC CLOVERq Continuing the of the Congre=.l.ltli . and [1  " t'nited Metl 439 No. Cloy erdwA Robert il[ t Phone 894;-x,i " Su,dav WorshiPl Clild care avF CHURC OF CH 333 West Second St reel Rex'. Richard Rilea Phoue 894-2893 Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship t t a.m. Even mg Service. 6 p. m. Bible Study and Prayer Wednesday. 7 p.m. Damy & Prims Wednesday. 7 p.m. WMC-AII Ladies Welcome Minist " Robert W. CI Sunday Bible Sla Sunaay Morn) !1 11 a -nL So.day Eve" Wed. Evening  Ir  76 Tarma , ST. PET4 CA THOL Thursday. 10 am. DA Y SA IN TS 28755 Redwood Hwy. So. CHURC GRACE CHURCH OF GOD ClaudK.Williams, EPISCOPAL n Branch President OUR LA LUTHERAN OF PROPHECY none CHURCH OF.THE MT. CARI"'' CHURCH SUNDAY 3 hour block Love is the very cause of life; on the other hand, separation brings death'. In the eyes .of the Creator all His 890 N. Cloverdale BIvd Pastor Rev. Norman M. Redeker I:L1-3835 2rid & Commercial (;range Hall A,W. West, Pastor Phone 894-3595 MEETING SCHEDULE Priesthood 9 a.m. Relief Society 9a.m, Primary 9 a.m. :'children are equal; His goodness is pour ,..,, h,a=,  .... Young Women 9a.m. Hev. Marvin Bowers 5p.m. :ed forth on all. He does not favor this nation Sunday ...... "Yun' ":''vg People ..... .... Sunday School 10a.m.l 50a m " 894-5719. Sunday Ma. ! " :acramentmeetmg 0: SundayHoly .: 8:30a.s ornmg Worship 9:0Oa m Sunday ..... et " , nor that nation, all alike are His creatures.This , " " . tteebocz y (onmmnion Dady MaSS V Sunday School t0:15 a.m. 9:4 a.m. & 6p.m .......... being so, why should we create barriers of nomemuumqg. 9a.m. 7:30a.# superstition and tradition bringing '-discord and MonthtStTuesdayeach7 30pm Sunday Mass tCI:  " hatred among the people? II The only difference .between members of the human family I . ..... _'-" - ...... " ' -- il =s that of degree. Some are like children who are ignorant, and must I DOMENIcHELLI ENCORE J. PEDRONcELLI |! be educated until they arrive at maturity. Some are like the sick and I |[ must be treated with tenderness and care. None are bad or evil! We I REAL ESTATE ,,, s. ('h,verdale Blvd. WINERY |[  not be repelled bY these poor children. We must treat them with I il grit kindness, teaching the ignorant and tenderly nursing the sick. I  ; |J-'-:onsider: Unity is necessary to exsitence. Love is the very I .; !1 cause of fife; on the other hand, separation brings death .... So I D/u |] it is with the great body of humanity .... As with the whole, so I CLOVERDALE PELLEGRINI'S FRED YOUNG CLOVER with the parts.. It is therfore clear that attraction, harmony, unity I REVEILLE " I and Love, are the cause of life, whereas repulsion, discord, hatred and I BOWl. CHEVRON SERVICE & COMPANY ,,  1 separation brinq death." (The Second Principle of the Baha'i Faith: I IIOHeaidsburgAve. 894-7996 06S.CloverdaleBivd. IB4-3323 4-54eor 433-332 U --" /The Unity of Mankind) , ! i ="' " , .... (SpnsredbtheBahatsIClverda|e,-894"4172) I GOOD SHEPHERD aed,ood,i.Y;l. Father ,.dlE t i 12 N. Main Streel Phone 8l'J Priest in Charge Saturday Evtnd][