Bulletin: August 30, 2020

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Our Worship…

Welcome and Family News
Prayer
Our God, He is Alive
I Am a Sheep
Battle Belongs to the Lord
Scripture Reading: Romans 6:1-4
As the Deer Pants for the Water
Nothing But the Blood
Pierce My Ear
Lord’s Supper
Thank you, Lord!
We Shall Assemble
(dismiss children to Children’s worship)
Tell Me the Story of Jesus
Video: Baptism
Message: It’s the Right Thing to Do
Seek Ye First
Prayer of Blessing
Sing and Be Happy

Church Family Update…

This morning Christian Eggar is with us… Christian’s hometown is Miles City, Montana. He graduated from York College this past spring with a Bible/Ministry Degree. We are thankful to talk with him about our ministry opportunity in Youth and Worship. Please pray for our search process.

A big thank you… Last week we mentioned an important need that one of our families is facing. And as always, the church family here came though; thanks.

Thanks to Betty Rude and her crew for taking on the Youth Barn clean-up… For too long the Youth Barn has been treated as a giant storage area for things we wanted to move out of the church building (a collection of old furniture, tables, seats for the van taken out for more luggage space and much more). All these things have now been sorted through (and except for the van seats) have been given away or hauled off. Thanks to all who worked on this project, and a special thank you to Betty.

Ladies Retreat… October 2-4  Spend the night or just go for the day! There is still room! Accommodations will be at Savenac Historic Tree Nursery in Montana. Call the office for more information and to sign up.

Family Promise…We are in Special Need of Meal Volunteers starting TODAY, August 30 – September 5 2020. It’s Easy to Help: Pick a night you’d like to provide a meal. We are Thankful for the time you give to Family Promise. Call: Stephanie 208-755-5142

Free T-shirts in the Small Auditorium Today… As well as some items from the Christian school to make an offer  on. Check it out!

When will our Bible Classes resume? …Well, in reality, we don’t know. We long to get back to the ways things were, but we cannot do that as long as COVID cases are still increasing in our area. But, as soon as most our children, parents, and teachers feel comfortable we will resume our Bible classes. Stay tuned.

Prayers and Thanksgivings…

Harold & Trisha Schultz: Please pray for Tracie & her children. Please pray for good influences and good friends for Mia & Malik and guidance for Tracie.

Scott & Karmen Rouse: Please keep John & Beth Cope in prayer and that Beth heals quickly. Prayers for Jolene, Andy & Darcy’s daughter-in-law. She had a serious interaction with a new medication. They feel that she will be fine. Thank you to everyone for the prayers. Safe travel for all those on the road.

Michael & Carmen Lewis: Prayers for Treva Vogl – immunology IV treatment for kidney cancer; Sally Truitt – surgery and treatment for oral cancer for healing and positive results and no side effects.

Bob Clark: We are anxiously awaiting results of Irene’s latest CT scan.  Please pray for a good result.

AJ Stemmene: Thanks for all Ronda and Sandra do to keep the church running smoothly and looking so good! God Bless and thank you.  Bless Dale Herboldt as he became an elder and for his family support.

Misty Stemmene: Prayers for my Aunt Tony and family at the loss of her husband. God bless everyone.

Glenn & Judie Sanborn: Thank you from our hearts to all of you who called, sent cards, flowers and food to bless us when Mother, Betty Evans passed on. She is home.

Claudia Moberg: Thank you for all your prayers.

Debbie Yanzick: Please continue to pray for my staff member, Mandy. She has had multiple strokes. She is fearful.

David Bruner: Please pray that Linda will feel better.

Dan & Teri Dupey: Continue to pray for Larry Grow, Bob Brown, & Judie Sanborn and family. Pray for our country and this continued Covid. We thank God for Dale & Diane.

Rod Bristol: Please pray for my sister, Joyce Womack. She is in the hospital with the Corona Virus. Prayers for her healing and complete recovery.

From the Garden: Please pray for my 2½ yr. old German Shepherd, Gracie. She was 85 lbs. and now weighs 58 lbs. She is fighting to live. My name is Shania, 11 yrs. old. Thanks for praying.

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