Good News Brief–March 30, 2021

RECAP–DENY YOURSELF based on Matthew 26:36-54

All of us face crisis. We also all face times when we have to make difficult decisions. One of the most difficult decisions is to do something we know is right, even though there will be a price to pay for it. Gethsemane is where we see Jesus wrestle with these very realities. He wrestled so much, Luke described the time of prayer as sweating drops of blood. But by the end of the time in the garden, Jesus was ready to do what most of us would never do–face the cross.

What can we learn from Jesus in the garden to help us when we are in times of crisis? What steps did Jesus leave us to help us when we have to make difficult decisions?

1) Seek the face of God. Multiple times he went back and prayed. He kept going back to the Father for strength. It is in prayer we connect with God and the battle is won, for He fights the battle for us. God is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords; everything answers to him. William Temple said, “When I pray coincidences happen; when I don’t, they don’t.”

Yet too often we are like the disciples when it comes to prayer. We keep falling asleep, are undisciplined and unfocused. We reduce prayer to times of grace, church, and bed, or wait until we are most desperate to pray. But when we truly pray, mountains move, and paths in the wilderness appear. What if we started with prayer instead of making it the last resort?

2) Align our will with God’s. Jesus asked the first time for the cup to be removed; the cross was a huge burden to bear! The second time Jesus prayed, he asked for strength, acknowledging it might not be possible for the cup to be removed. Jesus knew the cross had to be carried. His prayer in the garden shows us that he understands our struggles, but also points at realignment.

When we pray, it helps move us to where God is. Too often, when we do not get the answer we are looking for in prayer, we give up, quit, or blame God. God always answers prayer, but not always in the way we want. But the answer is always in line with his perfect plan and the best for our lives. Can we realign ourselves?

3) Persist and overcome. Jesus faced the temptation to turn away from the cross, for it was truly difficult! The disciples too faced temptation–to take matters into their own hands, and to fall asleep. Unfortunately, the disciples kept falling asleep. Jesus woke them up each time, encouraging them to “keep watch” and warned them “the Spirit is willing, but the body is weak.”

The enemy will do everything he can to keep us from following and doing the right thing. He will use the flesh, tiredness, discouragement, defeat, and loneliness to get us to turn from the path God intends for us to walk. He wants us to stop doing the right thing and settle for a lie, or substitute. But Jesus persisted and continued to surrender to the will of God.

4) Resist the urge to fight. When Judas and the crowd showed up in the garden, the disciples were quick to try to defend Jesus. One of them cut off the ear of the servant of the chief priest! But Jesus quickly told the disciples to put away the sword. He could have called down angels to fight on his behalf, but he instead resisted the urge to fight and embrace God’s plan.

We often exhaust ourselves fighting the wrong cause, or the wrong enemy! When we feel our world is turning upside down, we try to hold on to what we know and what we want, fighting to keep what we have instead of releasing it to God. God is the one who can fight the battle for us. Why do we fight to keep when God wants us to let go?

5) Trust God’s plan. Jesus knew that in order for God’s plan to be fulfilled, he had to endure the cross. Sometimes we don’t always see what is on the other side of the crisis or decision we are facing, but we have to trust that God knows the purpose. If there was no cross, there was no resurrection. And if there was no resurrection, we would have no hope.

All of us face crises and difficult decisions. Can we approach them like Jesus in the garden? If so, we will find what we are looking for!

Questions for reflection

1) Who can you commit to pray for the next 40 days to find Jesus?

2) What plans do you have to surrender and align with Jesus?

3) Where is the enemy wearing you down?

4) Do you trust God?

Upcoming Service

We celebrate Easter. For the Sunrise Service, Pastor Ryan will preach the message, “Believe!” based on Luke 24:13-35. For the regular service, the message will be “Follow Me!” based on John 21:15-19. Jesus is our resurrected Lord; so what do we do now? How do we live as disciples of the resurrection? Come or tune in Sunday to find out.

Daily Bible Readings for March 30 – April 5

March 30: Matthew 22:1-14 What did Jesus challenge?

March 31: Matthew 22:15-40 What did Jesus challenge?

April 1: Matthew 23 What did Jesus challenge?

April 2: Matthew 24 What did Jesus challenge?

April 3: Matthew 25 What did Jesus challenge?

April 4: Romans 12:9-21 In what ways can we follow Jesus in our living?

April 5: Romans 13:1-7 In what ways can we follow Jesus in our living?

This Week’s Events:

Saturday, April 3–Easter Egg Hunt

Sunday, April 4–Sunrise Service  7 AM

Sunday, April 4–Easter

Tuesday, April 6–Women’s Fellowship @ 7:30 AM

Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, April 7–Worship Team @ 7:30 PM

Thursday, April 8–Leadership Team @ 7 PM

Saturday, April 10 – Sunday, April 11–Remote Area Medical Clinic @ Fairgrounds

Saturday, April 24–Virtual Spring Festival for Brethren Woods

Friday, May 21 & Saturday, May 22–Disaster Auction **UPDATE COMING SOON

Announcements:

FIRST SUNDAY OFFERING

The First Sunday offering this week will be for the benefit of Tucker Dean and to help with the medical costs associated with his condition and treatment.

Call for Worship Leaders and Children’s Story

As we look at the ability to reopen in the coming weeks, we are in need of both worship leaders and children’s story. We are looking for one person each week, rather than a month at a time. If you would like to serve, contact Alice Over (worship leading) or Tammy Stine (children’s story).

Call to Prayer

Let us continue to pray for our nation in the following ways:

1) National return to God

2) Repentance of personal sin

3) Repentance of corporate sin

4) Healing for the brokenness of relationships

5) Our leaders

6) Restoration of the national church

7) Revival

Easter Egg Hunt

Again, due to COVID, we are unable to have an in-person Easter Egg Hunt. However, last year’s around town hunt was so successful, we are going to do it again! If you would like your children or youth to participate, please email me (rcooper.cob@gmail.com) or contact the office. For those who participate, we will deliver a bag of Easter candy!

If you would like to make an easter egg to find, please also let Pastor Ryan know (rcooper.cob@gmail.com) or contact the office by Wednesday, March 31 so a final list can be compiled. You can place your egg anywhere on your property–just make sure it can be seen! Please have the egg visible in your yard, door, or window facing the road by 9 am! 

Hymn Series

Thank you to all who have submitted hymns. The top 11 (one bonus hymn!) have been set, and we will begin to reveal them one at a time starting with number 11 beginning on April 11, the week after Easter.

Nursery

Misti Wheelbarger is looking for volunteers for the nursery during the Sunday School hour for next year. If you are willing to help, even if it is just for a Sunday, please reach out to her and let her know.

Outreach for the Remote Area Medical Clinic

There will be at the Fairgrounds on April 10th and 11th a clinic offering both medical and dental services for those in our area without medical insurance or who cannot afford to pay for the services. It is a great way to bless our greater community. We can help by donating hot chocolate (either a box of packets or canister), full-size wrapped candy bars (not the minis), or individually wrapped snacks (potato chips, crackers, fruit snacks). There will be a box in the narthex where you can place the items. UPDATE: The item most needed left are candy bars! The deadline to drop off items is Easter Sunday (April 4).

Four Ways to Give! With the extended closure, this is greatly necessary.

1) Mail your tithe into the church office **PLEASE NOTE: We have had several days of no mail, and also some reports of mail being stolen on our street.

2) Drop it by the church office on Tuesday, Thursday or Friday, 9 am – 1 pm

3) Our online giving platform: https://beavercreekchurchva.churchcenter.com/giving

4) Drop off in the offering plate at the main entrance as you enter for church

Prayer Needs

Continue to Keep in Prayer: 

John Bennington (health)

Sam Carr (health)

Elijah Tucker Dean (health)

John Fix (hospitalized)

Janet Good (health)

Cindy Heatwole (health)

Shannon Hollen (health)

Shirley Holland (health)

Heath Kimmell (health)

Garry Kline (COVID)

Lent family (work)

Ella Makely (health)

Alda Miller (health)

Mary Miller (health)

Mary G Miller (health)

Shirley Miller (health)

Mark Milstead (health)

Tami Plaugher (health)

Evy Kaye Sandin (health)

Chris Shirk (health)

Ann Simmons (health)

Crystal Smith (health)

Stanley Suter (health)

Carolyn Wine (health)

Charles Wright (health)

Owen Wright (health)

Pastor Ryan Cooper
Beaver Creek COB

Good News Brief–March 23, 2021

RECAP–CARRY YOUR CROSS based on Matthew 16:24-27

The disciples had a plan. They fully believed Jesus was the Messiah. They understood it in the terms that many Jews had–one who would set up the reign of God in the earth, overthrowing all foreign governments and restoring Israel to its rightful place as head of all the nations. They believed Jesus was this Messiah. And by following him now, when he went to Jerusalem to take out Rome, they would be rewarded. Except, Jesus announced that at the end of the journey to Jerusalem was death!

Sometimes, God’s plan doe not align with ours. We have hopes and dreams, ideas of what makes a successful or fulfilling life. My plan in high school was to become a meteorologist! But does our plan align with God’s plan? What does God believe makes a successful life? How do we know we are living the life God wants us to live, and in the center of his plan?

1) Deny yourself. “If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself…” (Matt 16:24). To deny oneself is to completely surrender to a greater goal or aim. Jesus embodied this: even though he was fully God, he emptied himself, took on human flesh, lived among us, and was faithful to God’s plan even to his death on the cross. He could have called down angels or played his God card; but he remained faithful to the will of the Father because the goal was our salvation and reconciliation.

We as humans struggle with self-control. We live in a me-first, instant gratification society. The world constantly pitches us with messages of what they think we need. But the way of Jesus, the way of discipleship, the way to a fulfilled life starts with self-denial. Can we give up our ambitions? Can we surrender our hopes and dreams into God’s care? Can we deny our control and our desires? At the end of the day, God will give us what we desire most. If we trust in him with everything (Prov 3:5-6), we have the promise that he will direct our path. Can we let it go?

2) Carry your cross. The cross is an emblem of shame. Crosses lined the roads just on the outskirts of the city to send the dual message of public humiliation and forced compliance. But to carry your own cross is to carry your own instrument of shame, facing ridicule and standing alone. Jesus carried his cross, facing the shame, so we can be set free from our humiliation and shame.

When Jesus asks us to carry our cross, it is to be willing to sacrifice and follow, even in the face of public ridicule. Jesus said those who acknowledge him before humanity will be acknowledged by God, and those who deny him before humanity will be denied by God (Matt 10:36). The true test of faith is doing the right thing, no matter the personal cost. It is going against the grain of the world, standing for what is right, living for Jesus–even when everyone else abandons him!

3) Lose to save. “What does it profit to gain the whole world, yet lose your soul?” (Matt 16:26). The ways of Christ are opposed to the ways of the world. The world teaches us things such as: do what it takes to get ahead, survival of the fittest, dog eat dog, live for today, power, prestige, make a name for yourself. You are successful if you have lots of friends, influence, money or possessions, intellect, beauty, or education. Yet when we die, we take none of these things with us. What good is it to gain, but lose our soul?

The more we have, the harder it is to follow, because we have too much to give up. What would our attitude be like if we didn’t have anymore? The things the world values get in the way and clouds our priorities. At the end of the day, do we have Jesus or not?

4) Live for the eternal. God will reward each one according to what they have done. Hell is no laughing matter, and is very much a real place according to Jesus. No one knows the time appointed for them to die. Likewise, no one knows the day or hour for Christ’s return. If our time came due now, would we be ready to meet our Lord? Would we be able to say we lived a life of no regrets? What we do now matters for eternity. Are we living with our eyes heavenward?

Our plans are not God’s plans. But if we deny ourselves, carry our cross and follow, breaking free from the attachments of this world and living for eternity, we will find the true meaning of life. It might not be glamorous in the eyes of the world, but it will be a life we can be proud of and stand behind! And we will have the assurance, knowing we are standing in the center of God’s plan for our lives!

Questions for reflection

1) What area of your life is the hardest to surrender?

2) What things might keep you from carrying your cross?

3) What are you most afraid to lose? Why?

4) If your time was up at this next moment, what would Jesus say about your life?

Upcoming Service

We celebrate Palm Sunday and continue the season of Lent with the sermon titled, “Deny Yourselves”, based upon Matthew 26:36-54. How did Jesus demonstrate self-denial? And how can we follow in his steps? Come or tune in Sunday to find out!

Daily Bible Readings for March 23 – 29

March 23: Exodus 3 What was the cross Moses was asked to bear?

March 24: Numbers 21:4-9 What cross did Israel bear?

March 25: Nehemiah 1 What cross did Nehemiah bear?

March 26: Esther 4 What cross did Esther bear?

March 27: Isaiah 6:8-13 What cross did Isaiah bear?

March 28: Matthew 21:12-22 What did Jesus challenge?

March 29: Matthew 21:23-46 What did Jesus challenge?

This Week’s Events:

Sunday, March 28–Bread & Cup Communion

Saturday, April 3–Easter Egg Hunt

Upcoming Events:

Sunday, April 4–Sunrise Service & Easter

Saturday, April 10 – Sunday, April 11–Remote Area Medical Clinic @ Fairgrounds

Saturday, April 24–Virtual Spring Festival for Brethren Woods

Friday, May 21 & Saturday, May 22–Virtual Disaster Auction

Announcements:

Call for Worship Leaders and Children’s Story

As we look at the ability to reopen in the coming weeks, we are in need of both worship leaders and children’s story. We are looking for one person each week, rather than a month at a time. If you would like to serve, contact Alice Over (worship leading) or Tammy Stine (children’s story).

Call to Prayer

Let us continue to pray for our nation in the following ways:

1) National return to God

2) Repentance of personal sin

3) Repentance of corporate sin

4) Healing for the brokenness of relationships

5) Our leaders

6) Restoration of the national church

7) Revival

Easter Egg Hunt

Again, due to COVID, we are unable to have an in-person Easter Egg Hunt. However, last year’s around town hunt was so successful, we are going to do it again! If you would like your children or youth to participate, please email me (rcooper.cob@gmail.com) or contact the office. For those who participate, we will deliver a bag of easter candy!

If you would like to make an easter egg to find, please also let Pastor Ryan know (rcooper.cob@gmail.com) or contact the office by Wednesday, March 31 so a final list can be compiled. SO FAR I have only received calls of participation from two familiesYou can place your egg anywhere on your property–just make sure it can be seen! Please have the egg visible in your yard, door, or window facing road by 9 am! 

Hymn Series

Thank you to all who have submitted hymns. The top 11 (one bonus hymn!) have been set, and we will begin to reveal them one at a time starting with number 11 beginning on April 11, the week after Easter.

Nursery

Misti Wheelbarger is looking for volunteers for the nursery during the Sunday School hour for next year. If you are willing to help, even if it is just for a Sunday, please reach out to her and let her know.

Outreach for the Remote Area Medical Clinic

There will be at the Fairgrounds on April 10th and 11th a clinic offering both medical and dental services for those in our area without medical insurance or cannot afford to pay for the services. It is a great way to bless our greater community. We can help by donating hot chocolate (either a box of packets or canister), full size wrapped candy bars (not the minis), or individually wrapped snacks (potato chips, crackers, fruit snacks). There will be a box in the narhex where you can place the items. UPDATE: The item most needed left are candy bars! The deadline to drop off items is Easter Sunday (April 4).

Four Ways to Give! With the extended closure, this is greatly necessary.

1) Mail your tithe into the church office **PLEASE NOTE: We have had several days of no mail, and also some reports of mail being stolen on our street.

2) Drop it by the church office on Tuesday, Thursday or Friday, 9 am – 1 pm

3) Our online giving platform: https://beavercreekchurchva.churchcenter.com/giving

4) Drop off in the offering plate at the main entrance as you enter for church

Prayer Needs

Continue to Keep in Prayer:

Mary Batterman (health)

John Bennington (health)

Sam Carr (health)

Elijah Tucker Dean (health)

Janet Good (health)

Cindy Heatwole (health)

Shannon Hollen (health)

Shirley Holland (health)

Heath Kimmell (health)

Reba & Garry Kline (health)

Lent family (work)

Ella Makely (health)

Alda Miller (health)

Mary Miller (health)

Mary G Miller (health)

Shirley Miller (health)

Mark Milstead (health)

Tami Plaugher (health)

Evy Kaye Sandin (health)

Shank family (fire)

Chris Shirk (health)

Ann Simmons (health)

Crystal Smith (health)

Stanley Suter (health)

Carolyn Wine (health)

Charles Wright (health)

Owen Wright (health)

Pastor Ryan Cooper
Beaver Creek COB

Good News Brief–March 16, 2021

RECAP–COUNT THE COST based on Psalm Luke 14:25-33

Crowds followed Jesus everywhere. He healed the sick, raised the dead, preached with authority, calmed a storm with his word, and took a boy’s lunch and fed five thousand! Jesus preached a message of hope, that God loves all and the opportunity for salvation can be extended to anyone. Yet, within a few short years, this crowd would become disillusioned and turn from joy to shouts of crucify. How did the crowd turn on Jesus?

Jesus challenged the people to their core. He had a knack for speaking difficult words and getting to the heart of the matter. Those who chose to remain and follow ended up experiencing life change and changed the world. And we too, if we are willing to follow, can know Christ in a deeper way. But are we willing to take his difficult challenge to heart? Are we…

1) Willing to stop caring about the opinion of others? Jesus said that “unless you hate father and mother, or wife and children, or brother and sister, or even your own life, you cannot be my disciple” (Lk 14:26). To hate someone is a very strong word. It seems contradictory to Jesus and other scriptures. But the word “hate” here needs to be removed from our modern context and placed in the context of its time, especially to his audience. In rabbinical teachings, when you have two competing entities, the one that you prefer is the one you love, and the one you allow to be sacrificed is the one you “hate.” In other words, Jesus’ challenge is to follow him in a way that we are singularly devoted to him, willing to let all others go.

God does surround us with people we love, and we certainly should love our family. But whose opinion matters most? Do we come to God first? Is God’s will the most important thing we seek? Are we willing to lay aside the opinion of others for God’s opinion? Would we follow God, even if our family tried to talk us out of it?

People have good intentions, but not everyone has their mind or heart on God. We will become most like the one we value the most. If we value the opinions of others more than God, then we will gravitate toward pleasing others. But if we value God most, then we will move toward pleasing God.

2) Able to finish? Many Christians fall away because when pressure or difficulty arises, there is the inability to stand. Jesus gave the parable of an individual who started to build a tower, but was unable to finish. He did not “count the cost,” gathering around him enough resources to overcome any obstacle to finish. And in that culture, which was shamed based, nothing is more shameful than to start and not finish.

The same is true with our faith. Our faith is being built the more we follow. Do we have the resources in place to finish strong? Culture will be against us, trying to get us to give up and fall away. Satan constantly attacks us, for he wants nothing more than to stop you from seeing the work of Jesus fulfilled in your life. If he can get you to tap out or quit, you are no longer a threat. But the Scripture teaches us that “the one who began a good work in you will bring it to completion” (Phil 1:6). If we count the cost of following Jesus, knowing what we are giving up and why, we will stand all the more strong, because no weapon that comes against us will prosper! But we have to be willing to do the work to put those resources in place to lean on.

3) waving the flag of surrender? Too often we equate surrender with defeat, and so we try to go our own way and solve things in our own strength. Jesus gave the parable of the king at war to show us what it means to truly surrender. He could have pressed his army of ten thousand against the force of twenty thousand and lose everything, or he could send the delegation of peace. Jesus is not saying compromise our convictions; rather, he is challenging us to surrender to his way. It might look like we are giving up our identity and control, but rather we are allowing God the space to shape our story and write the next chapters.

Following Jesus is difficult. Many stopped following because the challenge hit too close to home. But what if we, like the twelve, were willing to focus on God’s opinion above all others, allowing our church to be led not by the opinions of men but the leading of the Holy Spirit? What if we as Beaver Creek committed to building up the resources of our faith to stand up strong and finish the path he has for us? What if we surrendered completely to his way, his plan for us as a body?

The twelve counted the cost, and transformed their world. Let us do the same, and see what God does through us!

Questions for reflection

1) Whose opinion matters the most to you? Why?

2)Which individuals or things come into the greatest conflict with your walk with Jesus? How can that be surrendered?

3) What is one thing you can commit to for the remainder of this year to build and strengthen your faith, so you can finish strong?

4) How has God shaped your path to this point in your life? Where do you hope he takes you next?

Upcoming Services

We continue the season of Lent with the sermon titled, “Carry Your Cross”, based upon Matthew 16:24-27. What cross do we need to carry? How does it add perspective to our faith? Come or tune in Sunday to find out!

Daily Bible Readings for March 16 – 22

March 16: 1 Samuel 20 What was Jonathan’s cost to be faithful to God?

March 17: 2 Samuel 6 What was David’s cost to be faithful to God?

March 18: 1 Kings 22:1-28 What was Micaiah’s cost to be faithful to God?

March 19: Jeremiah 38:1-13 What was Jeremiah’s cost to be faithful to God?

March 20: Acts 7:53-8:1 What was Stephen’s cost to be faithful to God?

March 21: 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 What was Paul’s cross to bear?

March 22: Genesis 19:1-29 What was the cross that Lot and his family were asked to bear?

This Week’s Events:

Upcoming Events:

Sunday, March 28–Bread & Cup Communion

Saturday, April 3–Easter Egg Hunt

Sunday, April 4–Sunrise Service & Easter

Saturday, April 10 – Sunday, April 11–Remote Area Medical Clinic @ Fairgrounds

Saturday, April 24–Virtual Spring Festival for Brethren Woods

Announcements:

Call for Worship Leaders and Children’s Story

As we look at the ability to reopen in the coming weeks, we are in need of both worship leaders and children’s story. We are looking for one person each week, rather than a month at a time. If you would like to serve, contact Alice Over (worship leading) or Tammy Stine (children’s story).

Call to Prayer

Let us continue to pray for our nation in the following ways:

1) National return to God

2) Repentance of personal sin

3) Repentance of corporate sin

4) Healing for the brokenness of relationships

5) Our leaders

6) Restoration of the national church

7) Revival

Easter Egg Hunt

Again, due to COVID, we are unable to have an in-person Easter Egg Hunt. However, last year’s around town hunt was so successful, we are going to do it again! If you would like your children or youth to participate, please email me (rcooper.cob@gmail.com) or contact the office. For those who participate, we will deliver a bag of easter candy!

If you would like to make an easter egg to find, please also let Pastor Ryan know (rcooper.cob@gmail.com) or contact the office by Wednesday, March 31 so a final list can be compiled. You can place your egg anywhere on your property–just make sure it can be seen! Please have the egg visible in your yard, door, or window facing road by 9 am! 

Special Office Hours this week

Tess will be in the office on Wednesday instead of Thursday this week to cover for Pastor Ryan. Pastor Ryan will be out of the office on Wednesday to acquire his first dose of the COVID vaccine.

Hymn Series

Thank you to all who have submitted hymns. The top 11 (one bonus hymn!) have been set, and we will begin to reveal them one at a time starting with number 11 beginning on April 11, the week after Easter.

Nursery

Misti Wheelbarger is looking for volunteers for the nursery during the Sunday School hour for next year. If you are willing to help, even if it is just for a Sunday, please reach out to her and let her know.

Outreach for the Remote Area Medical Clinic

There will be at the Fairgrounds on April 10th and 11th a clinic offering both medical and dental services for those in our area without medical insurance or cannot afford to pay for the services. It is a great way to bless our greater community. We can help by donating hot chocolate (either a box of packets or canister), full size wrapped candy bars (not the minis), or individually wrapped snacks (potato chips, crackers, fruit snacks). There will be a box in the narhex where you can place the items. The deadline to drop off items is Easter Sunday (April 4).

Special Offering for the Shank Family

Thank you for all who have given for the Shank family!

Four Ways to Give! With the extended closure, this is greatly necessary.

1) Mail your tithe into the church office **PLEASE NOTE: We have had several days of no mail, and also some reports of mail being stolen on our street.

2) Drop it by the church office on Tuesday, Thursday or Friday, 9 am – 1 pm

3) Our online giving platform: https://beavercreekchurchva.churchcenter.com/giving

4) Drop off in the offering plate at the main entrance as you enter for church

Prayer Needs

Continue to Keep in Prayer: 

Those in our community being negatively impacted by COVID and economic impacts. Several have seen layoffs in recent weeks.

Mary Batterman (health)

John Bennington (health)

Sam Carr (health)

Elijah Dean (health)

Janet Good (health)

Cindy Heatwole (health)

Shannon Hollen (health)

Shirley Holland (health)

Heath Kimmell (health)

Gary Knott family (loss)

Reba & Garry Kline (COVID)

Lent family (work)

Ella Makely (health)

Alda Miller (health)

Mary Miller (health)

Mary G Miller (health)

Shirley Miller (health)

Mark Milstead (health)

Tami Plaugher (health)

Evy Kaye Sandin (health)

Shank family (fire)

Chris Shirk (health)

Ann Simmons (health)

George Simmons family (loss)

Dr. Bob Smith family (loss)

Stanley Suter (health)

Carolyn Wine (health)

Charles Wright (health)

Owen Wright (health)

Pastor Ryan Cooper
Beaver Creek COB