Bulletin: September 13, 2020


Our Worship…

Christ the Rock
Humble Yourself
Welcome and Family News
Scripture Reading
John 1 1-3, 14
Savior, Lead Me
Nailed to the Cross
Communion Thought and Prayers
Wonderful Grace of Jesus
(Dismiss children to Bible Hour)
Something Better than Belief
I’ll Live for Him
Prayer of Blessing
Hold to God’s Unchanging Hand

Church Family Update…

Welcome Christian Eggar, Our New Youth Minister/Worship Leader…  Let’s welcome Christian to the Dalton Gardens church family. Please sign up for a Sunday lunch or dinner that you would like to share with Christian. Let’s show him some North Idaho hospitality! The sign-up sheet is at the coffee bar.

CCS Gift Certificates… Are in the small auditorium, Including: Top This Yogurt, Bicycle Tune Up, Yoga Classes, Golf Experience, Free Dance Lessons, Real Food, Sage Boutique, Hiawatha Trail. Please make an offer. Also, we have low prices on file cabinets and teacher’s desks. See Betty Rude.

Ladies Retreat… October 2-4  There is still room! If you are having trouble signing up call, Alyson Klein or the church office. Also, the $25 fee is due so please make your  check payable to DGCC. You can also use Givelify. Just put retreat in the memo line.

Mountain States Children’s Home: Please help to fill the boxes for Mountain States. They need Canned Fruit, Soup, Canned Chicken, Stewed Tomatoes, Jam or Jelly, and Cake Mixes. The complete list of items is on the coffee bar. We have until October 18th to gather our donation.

Larry & Jean Grow: Larry’s report from the urologist last week was more than good. The radiation did what they hoped it would. His PSA was undetectable! The doctor is pleased and will keep an eye on his progress. However we still need to continue to stay away from people, for now, which is exceedingly hard. Thanks for all the prayers, God is still in control and hears us when we call. A better day is coming! Miss all of you and continue to keep you in our prayers as well! Stay safe, sane and healthy!

I John 5:14-15 “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us -whatever we ask- we know that we have what we asked of Him.”

Love, hugs and prayers always,
Jean and Larry Grow

Prayers and Thanksgivings…

AJ Stemmene: Pray for the kids and teachers going back to school and for drivers to slow down in school zones. Prayers for the shut-ins.

Glenn & Judie Sanborn: So thankful for Christian, our new youth minister. Prayers for blessing him and all the youth.

Betty Rude: Prayers for Michael’s recovery from surgery. Prayers for Jim Rude as he drives home from Louisiana working with the pain from poison oak and bites from fire ants.

Sandra Welch: Please continue to pray for my foot to heal completely. Continue to pray for those battling illnesses and cancer. Keep our country held up to God.

Bonnie Boulton: Thanks to God for answered prayer.

Jack & Tabby Cutler: Thank you Betty and Sylvia for all your hard work cleaning out the youth barn it looks amazing.

Kent & Georgette Rude: Praise the Lord for bringing Christian to us, may blessings be upon him.

Wanda Wilson: Please pray for Les & Nancy Biby. Les had surgery this last Saturday and is recovering. Prayers for a speedy recovery and that this will be the answer to his illness. Also pray for my daughter, Christy. She is in a lot of pain with a kidney stone. Prayers for it to pass quickly.

Shannon Roush: Please pray for the family of my friend Emy Palermo. I worked with her for over ten years in Phoenix. She was in the hospital for six weeks with COVID and died last week. Please pray for her husband and son.

Scott & Karmen Rouse: Prayers for Christian Eggar as he joins our church family and getting settled to start his work here. Prayers for Les Biby. He is always missed when he’s not able to be here.

Amber Conte: Please pray for the sister of my friend, Lou. She is in a coma from a car accident. Please pray for her to get well soon.

Nathan & Whitney Frisk: Prayers for Emma to feel better.

Misty Stemmene: Thank you for all the prayers. My A1C is 6.1.  This means that I will not have to take any medications!

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