Dunlap Prospect United Methodist Church
Thursday, November 26, 2015
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Worship: 9:00 am

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Sunday School 10:15 am

 Welcome to Dunlap Prospect United Methodist Church

300 East Ash Street,  Dunlap, IL. 61525

                                                                                    309 243-7300

  Your Community Church - All are Welcome!
     Sunday Worship Service 9:00 am


May You Have a very Happy Thanksgiving 

Upcoming Events:

           December 5th at 7:00 pm  Community Choir Cantata "Unspeakable Joy"

                                        Presented by members of the Community

                                              * All Welcome * 

December 20th at 9:00 am:

March to the Manger with Cantata presented by our Choir

December 24th at 7:00 pm

Christmas Eve Service with Choir and Bells

December 24th at 10:00 pm

Late Christmas Eve service with the Prospectors


Pastor Steve's Monthly Message         

November 2015

A Championship Culture

Last night the 2015 baseball season officially came to an end...and neither the St. Louis Cardinals or Chicago Cubs emerged as World Series champions. Neither did any of the other teams from Major League Baseball’s largest markets/biggest payrolls. Instead, the Kansas City Royals (and their 16th largest league payroll) hoisted the champion’s trophy last night after a pretty dominant season.

Consider these observations about the Kansa City Royals from Leadership guru, Tim Elmore (and several “experts” at ESPN/Fox Sports):
“This team, in many ways, went against the grain of modern day professional baseball. In an era where only the largest market teams are expected to vie for championship status with huge player contracts and big free agent spending, KC defied the odds. Kansas City is not a large city and their television contract is nowhere near what other teams from larger markets get. Hence, the Royals don’t have the money to buy talent like other teams do. But they’ve got something else up their sleeve. They have created the right kind of culture.” 



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