Friday, April 12, 2019

Don't Miss Out on the Good Times


Friday, April 12, 2019

Dear Eastridge Family,

Just a reminder tomorrow so you don’t miss out on the fun.  We are asking everyone who is able to join us at the church at 10am.  We will be filling our plastic Easter Eggs with candy and doing some cleaning and small repairs to get ready for the most important week of the Christian year.  We still need some more candy if you have not brought yours to the church yet.  Stephanie has some meat cooking to share for lunch with all our volunteers.



Our Holy Week schedule includes:
  • Wednesday, April 17 instead of meeting to pray in the sanctuary, we will be praying as we walk in our neighborhood and distribute Easter Invitations flyers.
  • Good Friday is April 19. We will be remembering the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus Christ.  Our church will be open from 12 p.m. for anyone who can come to pray. We will have a service at 7pm and we will receive Communion as well.
  • Sunday 21 we will be celebrating Easter! We will not have Sunday school, because we will have a breakfast from 9:45 to 10:30 a.m. This is a great opportunity to invite your friends and family to hear the good news of salvation!  
  • Following the Easter Worship Celebration, we will have an Easter Egg Hunt for the children.
  • We will also receive the Easter Offering for missions.  The Nazarene Church supports over 700 missionaries around the world in 162 different countries.

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My Favorite Quotes from last week
"The most miserable people in the world are the people who are self-centered, who don't do anything for anybody, except themselves." - E. Stanley Jones

"Be hard on yourself and easy on others. Carry your own cross but never lay one on the back of another." – A.W. Tozer

Until we see Jesus as our Good Samaritan, we will never be sacrificial in our love for our neighbors. – Tim Keller

Sunday, February 24, 2019

E-Note From Pastor Eva 2-24-19

“To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.””
John 8:31-32 NIV
Jesus tells us that if we hold on to his Word then we will really be his disciples which means we will really get to know the Truth — Jesus Christ! And the Truth, Jesus Christ, sets us free! Holding on to his Word is essential to being free! This is exactly what we are learning about in our small groups with our new church-wide study, Emotionally Healthy Spirituality. Author Peter Scazzero said, “It is impossible to be spiritually mature if we are emotionally immature”. This week, we learned 10 telltale signs of emotionally immaturity in our own lives. Furthermore, we learned that we   need to intentionally slow down in order to learn how to lead a more contemplative life. That’s what the “Day By Day” devotionals are meant to help us with. It leads us  in taking a couple of minutes to sit in silence in order to focus on God, read a brief Scripture verse and meditation, a small prayer, and another moment of silence. I strongly recommend everyone to purchase theirs soon!
My wish is for every one of you to experience the joy and challenge of starting this study! The joy of knowing that God desires to heal me and free, regardless of how much or how little time I’ve been a Christian. The challenge of genuinely recognizing and accepting my emotional problems with the purpose of achieving the health and life God wants for me is just overwhelming. If you have no had the opportunity to assist any of the different groups throughout the week, i urge you to do the impossible to attend one this week. Here is a schedule of study groups going on throughout the week:
  • Monday
    • Spanish | 630PM | Southside Wichita led by Felix Ordoñez | 3420 S. Osage Ave |316-516-5011
  • Tuesday
    • English | 630PM | Fellowship Hall | Young adult group | led by Dalia Vargas/Pastor Andy | 316-832-5616
  • Thursday
    • Bilingual | 630PM | North Wichita | led by Todd and Cheryl Hunter | 311 N. Dowell | 316-619-4096
  • Friday
    • English | 7PM | South East Wichita | led by Tim and Nelly Bertrand | 1770 S Rock Road #1711 | 832-692-0028
    • Spanish | 7PM | South East Wichita | led by Carmen A./Janeth F. | 7603 E. Indianapolis St | 316-682-0309
  • Sunday
    • English (but if you need an interpreter, please let me know at 316-304-4648 and we will provide one for you) | 4PM | Fellowship Hall | led by Pastor Andy | 316-832-5616

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS 
  • Alabaster Box: Please don’t forget to bring your alabaster box tomorrow, February 24th!
  • Wedding Shower: for Crystal and Isaac, Saturday March 2nd at 11AM in the Fellowship Hall.  We will be serving brunch, and there will be a sign up sheet tomorrow morning at the entrance for anyone that would like to participate in making food. 
  • Time Change: Sunday the 10th of March at 2AM we will have to set our clocks one hour forward!
  • Enchiladas: We want to first thank everyone for understanding the postponement of the fundraiser. The new date is still to be determined. Thank you for your contribution and willingness to support the youth group!
  • Fasting: We believe that fasting is a powerful tool that God has left to the believer who humbles himself and recognizes that only He can perform a miracle. As a church we are united in fasting with the following purposes:
1- So that through the study of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality each one of us can experience emotional healing to reach spiritual maturity.
2- To prepare for Easter. Lent-meditation time on Christ's suffering for our salvation-begins on Wednesday, March 6 and concludes on the day of resurrection on Sunday, April 21.
3- A revival in my life, in my family, in my congregation and our nation.

  • Prayer for one another- I strongly encourage you to keep in your prayers our brothers and sisters, but also to reach out to them by calling or visiting them.

-Sister Vera’s hearth test result.

-Sister Elaine Hunter is in the hospital at St. Joseph- room 556.

-Pastor Andy Shimko- recovery from Knee surgery

-Sister Phyllis- recovery from hip surgery- she is now at the Catholic Care Center- 6550 E 45th St. n. Bel Aire. KS 67226- Whispering Brook neighborhood room #200.

-Ochoa Children’s mother-Laura- is in Mexico waiting for her documents.

Friday, December 28, 2018

Enote From Pastor Andy - Spanish


December 27, 2018

Querida familia de Eastridge,

Mientras nos acercamos al final del año 2018 y consideramos la frescura de un nuevo ano, muchas personas consideraran que es lo que han alcanzado o que les gustaría cambiar en el 2019.  Enero es un tiempo popular en donde las personas se registran en una membresía del gimnasio con planes de hacer ejercicios y perder algo de peso. Para los discípulos de Jesús, también es popular para hacer un nuevo compromiso de leer más la Biblia o de orar más, pero al igual que la membresía del gimnasio, las buenas intenciones no son suficiente buenas para hacer los cambios que deseamos.

1 de Timoteo 4-8(NVI) “Rechaza las leyendas profanas y otros mitos semejantes. Mas bien, ejercítate en la piedad, pues, aunque el ejercicio físico trae algún provecho, la piedad es útil para todo, ya que incluye una promesa no solo para la vida presente, sino también para la venidera.”

Tenemos que procurar ser piadosos. Por siglos los cristianos han reconocido que necesitamos entrenamiento de transformación para ser como Jesús. A esto le llamamos disciplina de entrenamiento espiritual. La meta de las disciplinas espirituales no son las actividades; la meta es la transformación. La meta es Jesús.

En 1922 Rhea Miller escribió:
Prefiero tener a Jesús que los aplausos de los hombres;
Yo prefiero ser fiel a Su preciosa causa;
Yo prefiero tener a Jesús que un mundo de fama;
Yo prefiero ser verdadero a Su santo nombre
Que ser el rey de un vasto dominio
Y ser retenido en el terror del pecado;
Yo prefiero tener a Jesús que cualquier cosa
Que este mundo pueda ofrecer hoy.

Mi oración es que usted me acompañe en los ejercicios espirituales que nos transformaran a hacer como Jesús.




Fin del ano para dar.
Este domingo 30 de diciembre será el último domingo del 2018. Quiero agradecer su fidelidad a apoyar a la iglesia de Eastridge y la misión de Jesucristo. Nuestro tesorero Todd Hunter, preparará los registros de lo que usted a aportado económicamente en el 2018, y los distribuirá al final de enero del 2019. Si usted gusta hacer una contribución adicional en este ano, la podemos recibir el dinero este domingo. También, si usted gusta hacer una contribución usando uno de nuestros métodos electrónicos será ciertamente bienvenida.

Las instrucciones electrónicas para dar:
Opción 1. Aplicación “EasyTithe”
1.      Descarga la aplicación gratis de “EasyTithe”  (diezmo fácil), para teléfonos iOS o Android.
2.      En la aplicación busca “Eastridge Church of the Nazarene,” código postal (67207)
3.      Inicia la sesión o crea una cuenta para donar.
4.      Toca el símbolo “+” e introduce la cantidad que donaras.
5.      Una vez que los nuevos métodos son agregados (crédito/tarjeta de débito, cheques electrónicos,etc.) los puedes encontrar en la lista que se despliega hacia abajo.
6.      Selecciona el FONDO que deseas e indica si la donación será solamente una vez o será una donación que realizaras frecuentemente (semanal, cada dos semanas, mensual).
7.      Toca/ golpea “Give!”(dar)

Opción 2: Dando por medio de TEXTO (envía un texto 316-333-7077)
1.      En un texto introduce la cantidad que deseas dar.
2.      Se requiere a los que donan por primera vez que visiten el sitio seguro URL para registrarse e introduce la información de tu tarjeta de crédito/debito.
3.      La donación se procesará y tu recibirás la confirmación en un texto.         
·         Envia el texto que diga “Funds” para recibir un texto de respuesta de la posible lista de fondos que puedes escoger.
·         Envía el texto + encuentra el nombre para donar a un especifico fondo ($10 edificio, etc.)
·         Si el nombre del fondo que tu enviaste texto no coordina con la lista de fondos, tu recibirás un mensaje de texto con los posibles fondos que existen.
·         Envía un mensaje de texto “reset” para remover la información de la tarjeta.

Opción 3: Dona a través del Portal de dar:
(https://app.easytithe.com/app/giving/eastridgewichita)

Vigilia de oración de nuevo año
El lunes 31 de diciembre: Tendremos una vigilia. Empezaremos con un “potluck dinner” (cena de traje) a las 7:30pm a 9:00pm en el salón social. Tendremos un tiempo con algunos juegos familiares de 9:00pm a 10:30pm. Terminaremos la noche con un tiempo de adoración y oración de 10:30pm a 12am.

Promesa de Fe
El domingo 6 de enero estaremos recibiendo los votos de Promesa de Fe para el 2019. El dinero de Promesa de Fe es usado para apoyar el ministerio de misiones de la iglesia del Nazareno. La Iglesia del Nazareno tiene más de 685 originarias misiones de 59 áreas del mundo (incluyendo 225 voluntarios de tiempo completo). La Iglesia del Nazareno ministra en 162 áreas mundiales. Por cada dólar que es dado a Fondos Evangelísticos Mundiales (WEF) .88 centavos van directamente a las misiones o su trabajo ministerial.

Reunión de trabajadores de niños
Junta para los que deseen convertirse maestros de guarderia, kinder o maestros de iglesia infantile es para ti!  6 de Enero 2019 Despues del servivio comedor de la iglesia.

Cita favorita de la semana
“Cada cristiano aquí es un misionero o un impostor. Recuerda que tu estas tratando de esparcir ampliamente el reino de Cristo, o de otra manera tu no lo amas para nada. No hay tal cosa que aprecias altamente a Jesús, y estar con tu lengua silencia acerca de Él. Claro que con esto no quiero decir que esos que usan el lapicero o la pluma por Cristo están en silencio; no están. Y esos que ayudan a otros a usar la lengua o a esparcir lo que ellos han escrito, están haciendo su parte; pero, quiero decir esto, ---que el hombre dice, “yo creo en Jesús, pero no piensa suficiente de Jesús ni nunca les dice a otros acerca de Él, ni por la boca, ni el lapicero o la pluma, es un impostor.”-C.H. Spurgeon

Enote From Pastor Andy 12-27-18


December 27, 2018


Dear Eastridge Family,

As we come to the end of 2018 and consider a fresh new year many people will consider what they would like to accomplish or what they would like to change in 2019.  January is a popular time for people to sign-up for gym membership with plans to work out and to lose some weight.  It is also a popular time for disciples of Jesus to make new commitments to read the Bible more or to pray more but like with the gym membership, good intentions are not enough to bring about the change we desire.

1 Timothy 4:7-8 (NIV) says, “Have nothing to do with godless myths and old wives’ tales; rather, train yourself to be godly.  For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come.”

We must train ourselves to be godly.  Christians for centuries have recognized we need training to transformed like Jesus.  We call this training spiritual disciplines.  The goal of the spiritual disciplines is not the activity; the goal is transformation.  The goal is Jesus.

Rhea Miller wrote in 1922:
I’d rather have Jesus than men’s applause;
I’d rather be faithful to His dear cause;
I’d rather have Jesus than worldwide fame;
I’d rather be true to His holy name

Than to be the king of a vast domain
And be held in sin’s dread sway;
I’d rather have Jesus than anything
This world affords today.

My prayer is that you will join me in the spiritual exercises that will transform us to be like Jesus.




Year End Giving
This Sunday, December 30th will be the last Sunday for 2018.  I want to thank you for your faithful support to the Eastridge Church and the mission of Jesus Christ.  Our treasurer, Todd Hunter, will prepare 2018 giving records to be distributed by the end of January 2019.  If you would like to make an additional contribution, we can receive the money on Sunday.  Also, if you would like to make a contribution using one of our electronic methods that is certainly welcomed as well.

Electronic Giving Instructions
Option 1: EasyTithe App
1. Download the FREE EasyTithe app for iOS or Android.
2. In the app, search for “Eastridge Church of the Nazarene,” zip
code (67207).
3. Login or create a donor profile.
4. Tap the “+” icon and enter the donation amount.
5. Once new payment methods (e.g. credit / debit cards,
electronic checks, etc.) are added they can be found in the
drop down list.
6. Select the desired FUND and indicate whether a one-time
donation or set-up a recurring donation with the preferred
frequency (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, monthly).
7. Tap “Give!”
Option 2: Give by TEXT (text 316-333-7077)
1. Text the amount you desire to give.
2. First-time donors will be prompted to visit a secure URL to
register and enter your credit / debit card info.
3. Donation will process and you will receive a confirmation text.
·         Text “Funds” to receive a reply text of a list of possible
funds to choose from.
·         Text the amount + fund name to donate to a specific fund
(e.g. $10 Building)
·         If the fund name you text does not match the list of funds,
you will receive a reply text of possible funds.
·         Text “reset” to remove saved card info.
Option 3: Donate through the Giving Portal
(https://app.easytithe.com/app/giving/eastridgewichita)

New Year’s Eve Prayer Vigil
Monday, December 31st: We will be having a vigil. We will start with a potluck dinner at 7:30pm to 9pm in the fellowship hall.  We will have some family game time from 9pm to 10:30pm.  We will finish the night with a time of worship and prayer from 10:30pm to 12am.

Children’s Workers Meeting
Sunday January 6th after the worship service we will have a meeting in the fellowship hall for anyone interested in working in the nursery, kinder or children’s church.

Faith Promise
On Sunday January 6th we will receive pledges for 2019 Faith Promise.  The Faith Promise money is used to support mission ministry of the Church of the Nazarene.  The Church of the Nazarene has over 685 missionaries originating from 59 world areas (including 225 long-term volunteers).  The Church of the Nazarene ministers in 162 world areas.  For every dollar given to the World Evangelism Fund (WEF) .88¢ goes directly to the missionaries or their ministry work.

Favorite Quote of the Week
“Every Christian here is either a missionary or an impostor.  Recollect that you are either trying to spread abroad the kingdom of Christ, or else you do not love him at all.  It cannot be that there is a high appreciation of Jesus, and a totally silent tongue about him.  Of course, I do not mean, by that, that those who use the pen for Christ are silent; they are not.  And those who help others to use the tongue, or spread that which others have written, are doing their part well; but I mean this,—that man who says, ‘I believe in Jesus,’ but does not think enough of Jesus ever to tell another about him, by mouth, or pen, or tract, is an impostor.” - C. H. Spurgeon

Friday, November 2, 2018

Enote From Pastor Andy 11-2-18 Spanish



Noviembre 2, 2018

Recientemente hemos visto en las noticias la terrible tragedia de la matanza en la Sinagoga de Pittsburgh. Hemos tenido reports de un gran grupo de personas que viene hacia la frontera de los Estados Unidos con la intencion de pasar a los Estados Unidos. Pienso que hay aun una tragedia mas grande que ocurre en nuestra nacion y en nuestro estado por los ulitmos anos...desafortunadamente no ah tenido mucha atencion....la matanza de bebes no nacidos.
El ano pasado el estado de Kansas reporto mas de 6  mil abortos en 2017. El Aborto es un acto de matanza directa que toma la vida de un ser, una vida que comienza en la concepcion. 
The Bible does not specifically mention the word abortion, but it has a number of significant things to say about unborn children.  These Biblical statements indicate that the unborn are persons.  Therefore, abortion is wrong since it is killing a human being.  A simplified form of our argument is the following:
La Biblia no menciona espicificamente la palabra aborto, pero tiene un numero de cosas que decir en cuanto a bebes no nacidos. Estas declaraciones Biblicas indican que los no nacidos son personas. Entonces el aborto es malo porque mata a un ser vivo. Una forma simple de este argumento es el siguiente:
          Premisa #1: Es malo matar a una persona.
          Premisa #2: Un bebe no nacido es una person
Conclusion: Entonces, es malo de matar un bebe no nacido
Exodo 21:22-23 La Ley Mosaica considera a los bebe no nacidos como personas que merecen tener protecion y tener derechos como adultos.
Jeremias 1:5 dice "Antes que te formase en el vientre te conoci, y antes que nacieses te santifique, te di por profeta a las naciones" 
En Mateo 1:20 el angel le dice a Jose "El Nino que ah sido engendrado" es "Del Espiritu Santo" indica que Jesus ciertamente fue una persona en el momento de la Concepcion. 
La Iglesia Nazarena afirma la santidad de la vida humana es establecida por Dios el creador y cree que tal santidad es extendida al bebe no nacido. La vida es un regalo de Dios. Toda la vida humana, incluyendo la vida que se desarrola en el vientre, es una creacion de Dios en Su imagen y por lo tanto debe ser cuidada, apoyada y protegida. 
La Iglesia Nazarena tambien reconoce que muchos han sido afectados por la tragedia del aborto. Cada congragacion local y creyente es urgido de ofrecer un mensaje de perdon por Dios a cada persona que ah sufrido un aborto. Nuestras congregaciones locales tienen que ser comunidades de redencion y esperanza para todo aquellos que sufren, el dolor fisico, emocional, y espiritual como resultado de la terminacion de un embarazo. (Romanos 3:22-24, Galatas 6:1) 
La proxima semana vamos a tener elecciones importantes para el estado de Kansas y los Estados Unidos. Hay muchos problemas importantes: Taxes, matrimonio, cuidado de salud, immigracion por nombral algunos. Para mi es muy dificil ver otro problema mas importante que el aborto. Tenemos que apoyar y oponernos a candidatos que apoyan la matanza de los no nacidos.
Les animo a orar por las elecciones de la proxima semana. Les animo a que pidan una avivamiento en America donde seamos convictos de nuestros pecados como una nacion. La Biblia es clara, Dios no bendice a una nacion pecadora. 
Pastor Andy

Apreciacion al Pastor
En nombre de la Pastora Eva y el Pastor Rick, quiero agradecerles a todos por la comida de Apreciacion al Pastor del pasado Domingo. 
Horario de ahorro de Luz acaba
El horario de ahorro de Luz acaba el Domingo, Noviembre 4, haga una nota mental de retroceder sus relojes una hora, y tambien acuerdece de cambiar sus baterias un sus detectores de humo y detectores de monoxido de carbon.


Ducha Nupcial
Este Sabado, Noviemrbe 4 a las 4:30pm vamos a tener una ducha nupcial para Nick y Susie en el salon de Companerismo. 
Noche de Pelicula de Jovenes
El grupo de jovenes va a mirar una pelicula en Noviembre 9 en la casa de la familia Cruz.
Operacion de Cajas Navidenas para Ninos
La operacion de Cajas Navidenas para Ninos necesita entregarse en la iglesia el Domingo, Noviembre 11. 
Reunion de Oracion de los Miercoles
Tenemos reunion de Oracion todos los Miercoles cada tarde de 7pm a 8pm en el santuario de la Iglesia. El miercoles antes de Accion de Gracias, Noviembre 21 no vamos a tener una reunion de oracion.
Programa de Navidad de Ninos
El Programa de Navidad de Ninos estra programado para Diciembre 9, durante el servicio de alabanza. El Sabado Diciembre 8 vamos a tener una practica.

"La oracion no es decirle a Dios que es lo que tiene que hacer. La oracion es una colaboracion con Dios para ver cual es Su voluntad. Usted no tiene que entender completamente cual es la voluntad de Dios para orar que se haga Su voluntad."- El poder de la Oracion para tus Ninos adultos por Stormie Omartian.

Enote From Pastor Andy 11-2-18


November 2, 2018

Recently we have seen news coverage of a terrible tragedy with the mass killing in a Pittsburgh Synagogue.  We have been having reports of a large group of people traveling towards the US southern border with the intent of coming to America.  I think there has been a greater tragedy occurring in our nation and in our state for the past several years…unfortunately it has not had much attention…the killing of the unborn babies.

Last year the state of Kansas reported over 6 thousand abortions for 2017.  Abortion is an act of direct killing that takes the life of a tiny human being - a life that begins at conception. 

The Bible does not specifically mention the word abortion, but it has a number of significant things to say about unborn children.  These Biblical statements indicate that the unborn are persons.  Therefore, abortion is wrong since it is killing a human being.  A simplified form of our argument is the following:
Premise #1: It is wrong to murder a person.
Premise #2: The unborn is a person.
Conclusion: Therefore, it is wrong to murder the unborn.

Exodus 21:22-23 strongly indicates that the Mosaic Law viewed the unborn as persons worthy of the same protection and rights as adults.

Jeremiah 1:5 says, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I have appointed you a prophet to the nations.”

In Matthew 1:20 the angel tells Joseph that “the Child who has been conceived” is “of the Holy Spirit” indicates that Jesus certainly was a person at the moment of conception.

The Church of the Nazarene affirms the sanctity of human life as established by God the Creator and believes that such sanctity extends to the child not yet born. Life is a gift from God. All human life, including life developing in the womb, is created by God in His image and is, therefore, to be nurtured, supported, and protected.

The Church of the Nazarene also recognizes that many have been affected by the tragedy of abortion. Each local congregation and individual believer is urged to offer the message of forgiveness by God for each person who has experienced abortion. Our local congregations are to be communities of redemption and hope to all who suffer physical, emotional, and spiritual pain as a result of the willful termination of a pregnancy.  (Romans 3:22-24; Galatians 6:1)

Next week we will have an important election for both the state Kansas and the United States.  There are many issues that are hot topics: taxes, marriage, health care, and immigration to name a few.  For me it is hard to see an issue that is more important than abortion.  We should support the unborn and oppose candidates who support the murder of the unborn.

I want to encourage you to pray for our elections next week.  I encourage you to pray for a revival in America where we be convicted for our sins as a nation.  The Bible is clear God will not bless a sinful nation.

Pastor Andy

Pastor Appreciation
On behalf of Pastor Eva and Pastor Rick I want to thank everyone for the Pastor Appreciation dinner last Sunday.

Fall Back - Daylight Saving Time ends
Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, Nov. 4, and as you make that mental note to change the clocks back an hour, you should also remember to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.



Wedding Shower
This Sunday, November 4th, at 4:30pm we will have a wedding shower for Nick and Susie in the Fellowship Hall

Youth Movie Night
The youth group will be watching a movie on November 9th at the Cruz home.

Operation Christmas Child Boxes
The Operation Christmas Child boxes need to be returned to the church on Sunday, November 11th.  If you would like more details, please contact our local Missionary President (NMI) Nelly Bertrand

Wednesday Prayer Meeting
We have Prayer Meeting each Wednesday evening from 7pm until 8pm in the Church sanctuary.  The Wednesday before Thanksgiving, November 21, we will not have prayer meeting that week.

Children’s Christmas Program
The Children’s Christmas Program is scheduled for Sunday morning December 9th, during the worship service.  Saturday December 8 they will have a rehearsal.

"Prayer is not telling God what to do.  Prayer is partnering with God to see that His will is done.  You don’t have to fully understand what God’s will is in order to pray that His will be done." - The Power of Prayer for Your Adult Children by Stormie Omartian

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Enote From Pastor Rick 9-28-18

September 29, 2018

A few reminders from last Sunday's sermon about the story of King Josiah.

Remember - God desires His people lead by READING HIS WORD and listening to HEAR FROM HIM.

Remember - God desires His people lead by HUMBLING THEMSELVES before Him & REPENTING for disobeying to His word.

Remember - God desires His people lead by OBEYING HIS WORD.

Remember - God desires His people lead by DELARING HIS WORD in worship.

Remember - God desires His people lead by USING HIS WORD TO INFLUENCE people and the culture.


May Lord shape us as His leaders,

Pastor Rick


Announcements / Reminders

**  Membership Class - Continues this Sunday, Sept. 30 at 9:45 am.

**  Alabaster Offering - This Sunday, September 30, bring an extra offering to help with missions work around the world.

**  Teen NYC19 Deposit Due - This Sunday, September 30, $50 deposit is due for high schoolers going.

**  Prayer Meeting Change -  Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 3, prayer meetings will move to Wednesdays from 7 to 8 pm.

**  Stewards Cleaning Day - Saturday, October, 6 from 8 am to 1 pm.  Talk to Cristina Rivera or Pastor Eva for details.

**  Church Board Meeting - Saturday, October 6, 2 pm

**  Missionaries Speaking - Sunday, October 7 during the 10:45 am service Trino & Anna Jara will be with us.

**  Teens to Corn Maze - Sunday, October 7, meeting at 4 pm.  Cost is $12.

**  NYC19 Pupusa Fundraiser - Sunday, October 21, following the morning service.