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SUMMER BOOK STUDY CONTINUES TONIGHT
Jeff Scearce is leading a book study each Wednesday through August 1st at 6:30pm in Room 118. The study is of selected chapters of “ASK, Faith Questions in a Skeptical Age” by Bishop Scott J. Jones and Rev. Arthur D. Jones. You may pick up your book in the church office. Contact Jeff if you have questions at jscearce@ptsi-us.com
YOUTH POOLSIDE BIBLE STUDY TONIGHT
Meet at the Cothran’s house at 6:30pm for fun and fellowship
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1 bunch scallions, chopped
¼ cup lemon juice
INSTRUCTIONS
1. In a large bowl, toss the chicken, scallions and celery to combine. Gently stir in the chopped avocado and 1 tablespoon of the lemon juice.
2. In a blender, combine the remaining avocado and lemon juice. Add the olive oil, vinegar, mayonnaise, parsley and dill. Puree until smooth. The mixture should be thick and about the consistency of mayonnaise. (If needed, thin the mixture with 1 to 2 tablespoons water.)
3. Pour the…

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SUMMER BOOK STUDY STARTS TONIGHT
Jeff Scearce will lead a book study each Wednesday beginning TONIGHT, July 11th through August 1st at 6:30pm in Room 118. The study will be of selected chapters of “ASK, Faith Questions in a Skeptical Age” by Bishop Scott J. Jones and Rev. Arthur D. Jones. Please sign up and get your book in the church office. Contact Jeff if you have questions at jscearce@ptsi-us.com
JOINING SUNDAY
Joining Sunday July 15, 2018! If you have been worshiping or…

Stir in oranges, apples, blueberries, and strawberries.
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SUMMER BOOK STUDY
Jeff Scearce will lead a book study each Wednesday beginning, July 11th through August 1st at 6:30pm in Room 118. The study will be of selected chapters of “ASK, Faith Questions in a Skeptical Age” by Bishop Scott J. Jones and Rev. Arthur D. Jones. Please sign up and get your book in…

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Today's Deer Park ISD students continue a long legacy of successfully competing in athletics, fine arts, and academic areas. But a group of elementary students is the District's first to compete in an entirely new arena: the Rubik's Cube competition. The competition is based on Speedcubing, or trying to solve a Rubik's Cube as quickly as possible. Students compete individually and in small groups tasked with…

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WebMD’s slideshow shows you which foods your dog should never eat, including fat trimmings and chocolate.

Dog fur is great protection against the cold but can be a problem in hot weather. This is because, unlike humans, dogs eliminate heat by panting. (Dogs have some sweat glands in the footpads which help with heat dissipation, but only minimally.) When panting isn’t enough, their body temperature rises. This can be fatal if not corrected quickly.