The Eagle's Strength
But they that wait on the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary… (Isaiah 40:31)
The swiftness of its flight shows its strength. The eagle is often known to fly at the rate of between forty and fifty miles an hour. Then, the great height to which it flies shows its strength. Then, in the food which it carries to its nest for its young ones to eat, we see the strength of the eagle. It carries geese, and turkeys, and kids, and lambs, and even little children for its young ones to feed on. In one of the cantons of Switzerland, two little girls were playing together in a meadow; one of them was about three years old, and the other five. While they were busy in their play, an eagle came and swooped down upon them. He seized hold of the elder child, and carried her away to his nest, which was about the distance of a mile and a half from where he found the child. And there the remains of the poor child were found by a hunter some time afterwards.
(R. Newton, D. D.)
5 Positive Traits Humans Can Learn from Eagles
1. Eagles have powerful vision.
2. Eagles are fearless.
3. Eagles are tenacious.
4. Eagles are high flyers.
5. Eagles nurture their young.
Does Steele Hill have anything in common with the Eagle?
Quarterly Conference (Via Conference Call)
Saturday, May 23, 2020
The following persons will constitute the quarter
Pastor, Chair, Trustee Board, Ministry of Kindness, Leader of Leaders, Quarterly Conference Secretary
We will NOT Have The Saturday 3 PM Pop Up Call. We will catch up Saturday, May 30!
Children and Youth Zoom Battle
@ 10 am
Contact: Keisa Barr
#Class of 2020 Strong(er)
Start Working on Your Father's Day Shout-Out! Father's Day: June 21. We will do a video tribute. Show Dad some love!
Eagles are Nurturing
Recently, The Steele Hill Supply Bureau Auxiliary made Zion Care Senior Packages for our Senior Members. Also, they made packages for 16 of our local District churches. Thanks to:
- Tia Johnson (Crossword Puzzles)
- Verta Looper (2020 Census Information)
- Keisa Barr (Bathroom Tissue)
- Taylor Lawn Care (Generous Donation)
- Support Team: Nadine Morrison, Debra Williams, Joshua Barr, Matthew Barr (equipped with masks, gloves, and sanitizer to assemble the packages for 62 Seniors)
Teresa Taylor & Debra Williams
Steele Hill Supply Bureau
Created with images by Amber Wolfe - "untitled image" • Chris Liverani - "Neon prayer" • Aaron Burden - "American flag in the grass"