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					                                                                              February, 2010        Volume 8, Issue 2


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                   I’ve Been Thinking about . . . A Year with a Friend
                                                   by Pastor Chris

     Annually, I spend the entire year with a wise Christian author. These authors become my friends as they sew their
thoughts and feelings into my soul. I have spent one year with Oswald Chambers, another year with C. S. Lewis. This
year, I am making friends with George Herbert.
     George Herbert (1593–1633) was the pastor of a country church in Bemerton, England. He also was one of Eng-
land’s great seventeenth-century metaphysical poets. Herbert’s poems exude love for God, devotion to Christ, and les-
sons for the Christian life. Like the Master Teacher, Herbert uses objects and activities from everyday life to expound
spiritual truths. Take, for example, this poem by Herbert:
                                                       The Pulley
                                              When God at first made man,
                                        Having a glass of blessings standing by,
                                        Let us (said He) pour on him all we can:
                                       Let the world’s riches, which dispersed lie,
                                                  Contract into a span.

                                             So strength first made a way;
                                  Then beauty flowed, then wisdom, honour, pleasure:
                                      When almost all was out, God made a stay,
                                        Perceiving that alone of all His treasure
                                                Rest in the bottom lay.

                                                For if I should (said He)
                                         Bestow this jewel also on my creature,
                                        He would adore My gifts instead of Me,
                                        And rest in nature, not the God of nature:
                                               So both should losers be.

                                                Yet let him keep the rest,
                                        But keep them with repining restlessness:
                                        Let him be rich and weary, that, at least,
                                         If goodness lead him not, yet weariness
                                               May toss him to My breast.

     Why does Herbert entitle this poem “The Pulley” when no pulley is mentioned in the poem? The title explains the
poem. Think of a pulley over which a rope is looped, with a bucket tied to each end of the rope. One bucket is full, the
other empty. As the pulley sends the full bucket down, the empty bucket up is tossed up to the pulley to be filled in its
turn. Likewise, we have a bucket full of blessings sent down from God: strength, beauty, wisdom, honor, pleasure. Yet
God has withheld rest from the bucket of blessings, lest we find rest in God’s blessings rather than in God Himself. The
lack of rest is the empty bucket. With the full bucket of blessings comes a restlessness, a weariness, which weighs us
down. That tosses the empty bucket, our lack of rest, up to the pulley—God Himself—in whom alone we find rest.
     Herbert’s message in “The Pulley” is that we find rest not in God’s blessings but in God Himself. With the fullness
of God’s blessings we also have a restless weariness that (in the last line of the poem) tosses us to God’s breast, wherein
we find rest. (The letters r-e-s-t are in “breast.”)
     Jesus said, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest” (Matt 11:28). George Her-
bert is becoming my good friend because he points me to my Best Friend.
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                                  Volume 8, Issue 2



                                                 “Thankfulness”
                    Associate Pastor of Ministry Advancement & Adult Ministries
                                          Howard Lundeen

          “So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, rooted and built up in him,
             strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness.” Col. 2:6-7 NIV


       Isn’t it encouraging to hear people who are thankful?! I know that the expression, “Thank you,”
 always is refreshing to me. According to Scripture, it is very evident that God appreciates thankful hearts as
 well. In Philippians 4:6 we are told to make our prayer requests known with thanksgiving, and in 1 Thess.
 5:18 we read, “give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will”. In 2 Cor. 9:13 the Apostle Paul
 expresses thanks to God for the indescribable gift of grace He has given to the Corinthians. I believe our
 hearts too should overflow with gratitude for God’s generous gifts to us as a church family. 2009 was a great
 year to spiritual growth and conversion! I look forward to what God has in store for us in 2010.
       Speaking of thankfulness, I must thank all of you for the level of devotion and the many sacrificial
 hours so many of you give in service to God and others. This past week I couldn’t help but note the way so
 many of you contributed unselfishly in preparation for and clean up after the “Yours Truly” youth event.
 You helped make it the huge success it was! Nearly every day of the week I see people here at church giving
 of their time to serve others – at this moment ladies are working in the Fireside Room making quilts for
 needy people. Thanks much to all of you who each Wednesday and/or Sunday faithfully come and help
 others grow in their understanding and knowledge of God. Others of you lead or participate in small groups,
 either at home or in church, where truth is proclaimed and relationships with God and others are
 strengthened. To all of you who help with greeting, ushering, cleaning, transporting, teaching, worship,
 childcare, media, calling, decorating, and the list can go on and on - many, many thanks for all you do! I
 know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain (1 Cor. 15:58).
       In this Cornerstone, I would like to promote a couple opportunities coming your way. One is our Adult
 Sunday School class which will have started by the time you receive this Cornerstone. I would encourage
 you to attend - even if you are a week or so late in getting started. Each Sunday morning from January 24th
 through April 11th all adults will be meeting in the worship center during our Sunday School hour to learn
 about the revised Statement of Faith adopted by the Evangelical Free Church of America in June of 2008.
 We would like everyone to be familiar with the core doctrinal positions of the EFCA. The classes will be
 taught by our elders and pastors.
       The other event I want to alert you to is Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames which will be at CCC again
 this year, the end of March. We will need several volunteers for parts in this dramatic production. Last year
 we saw God pour out His blessing on this outreach event in a wonderful way. Please be in prayer asking for
 God’s blessing upon the production, what part He may want you to play, and whom He may want you to
 invite.
       I am excited about the focus our church leadership is placing on each of using our giftedness to help
 reach our communities for the Lord. There is a sense of excitement growing as we move out, in faith and
 love, to make the gospel known and introduce people to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
       We do have two special requests for prayer related to leadership in the adult ministries. Please pray
 that God will direct us to the people He desires to provide leadership as coordinators for our Women’s
 Ministries (Cindy Austin has stepped down), and our Adult Sunday School ministry (position has been
 vacant for a long time with work being done by members of the Adult Discipleship Commission). Thanks
 for your prayers.
                                                                                Pastor Howard
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                                 Heart Thoughts for Cornerstone
                                     By: Pastor Zach Marino
         I hope these past months of my Cornerstone Articles have been encouraging and challenging to you. I continue
to be amazed at what God uses in my life to speak His truth and love. I never thought I would have come across some-
thing like my dad’s poem that would speak so powerfully to me. Sometimes it’s nice to be able to read a whole poem
through as you are dissecting it line by line. So here it is once more in its entirety:
         “The Lord never gives up on me
         He sticks with me every day.
         He is patient with me as I make weak efforts at living for Him.
         He is always faithfully providing for me.
         He never lets me get totally discouraged, feeling like there’s no hope.
         He always lifts me up by his love and strength,
         To become more like Christ.”

         So, with that, let’s take a look at the line “He is always faithfully providing for me.” Probably one of the first
thoughts that comes into our mind when we read this is money. God is always providing financially for me, or that is the
area we need him most. As that is one piece of the pie, that one piece doesn’t make up the whole pie. God’s provision
financially doesn’t define His faithfulness.
         The first thing we need to recognize is the steadfastness of the Lord. In the words “He is always” we can find a
security in knowing that God never changes. Hebrews 13:8 says this “Jesus Christ [GOD] is the same yesterday, today
and forever” (parentheses added). The same God who delivered and provided for Moses is the same God who wants to
deliver and provide for you. He hasn’t changed!! Yes, the world has drastically changed, we have changed, but God has
not changed. No matter what we do, say, feel, or think, God will always be there, never changing. No matter what has
happened to us or done to us God still will be God and will love you. For me, an ever-changing person, it’s nice to know
there’s somebody who loves me who I can rely on to always be that rock in my life. God is always.
         The second thing we need to recognize is his faithfulness. His faithfulness is tied to his never-changing charac-
ter. It makes more sense then that no matter how bad we mess up, time and time again, because of God’s unchanging
character, He will always be there to take care of us. Think of faithfulness more as “to be” rather to “to get.” God will
always be with you. To fully grasp the faithfulness of God you need to be in his presence. When you have no money to
pay a bill and an unexpected check shows up for the exact amount you need to pay your bill, God provided. You see,
God wants to take care of you. If you are in Christ, you are a child of God. What parent wouldn’t want to take care of
their child’s needs? They are faithful just like God is faithful. It might just not be financially that God demonstrates His
presence in your life. You might get a call from your good friend who doesn’t know you are about to attempt suicide.
That friend reminds you how important you are to them and now you have been reminded of your purpose here on earth.
God literally saved your life. Faithful? I would say so.
         God's faithfulness is experienced by being in His presence. When was the last time you spent time with God?
The more you expose yourself to God, the more you will see His faithfulness.
                                                                                               Pastor Zach
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                                 “On Becoming a Smarty-pants”
                                                By Jeff Stebbins
                                                CCC Missionary
                                     Resource Exchange International-Vietnam


When a famous professor said science shows there is no Creator, Grandma replied, “Any old rock
knows more than that smarty-pants!” She spoke from the wisdom of many years of knowing God
through the Bible. Grandma was no anti-intellectual, but she had little respect for scholars without
common sense.

Either as a student or as a teacher, I’ve been in school for more than 40 years, and I’ve just finished
another graduate degree. You understand, then, why I’m wary of becoming one of Grandma’s
‘smarty-pants’ academics.

Though God says much about wisdom, knowledge, and understanding, He seems to contradict Him-
self. Proverbs 4:5, for example, tells us to pursue wisdom, but I Cor. 3:20 says “the thoughts of the
wise are futile.” These apparent contradictions, of course, stem from differences between godly wis-
dom and human, worldly wisdom. Godly and worldly wisdom differ not in amounts or kinds of educa-
tion, but in what they acknowledge as reality.

Godly wisdom knows that God exists, and that we depend upon Him for our past (He created us),
our present (He cares for us), and our future (hope for eternity). A worldly person is arrogantly self-
reliant, and “in all his thoughts there is no room for God” (Ps. 10:4). “Your wisdom and knowledge
mislead you when you say to yourself, ‘I am, and there is none besides me’” (Is. 47:10). Romans 1
says that godless thinking is futile, foolish (v. 21-22), leading people to abandon Truth for lies (v. 25).

True wisdom isn’t acquired in universities. The church we attend includes two different individuals--
Scotty and Jerry--who illustrate this fact. Scotty is a teenager with Down’s Syndrome, and Jerry is a
retired Air Force Major General with a Ph.D. in astronautics. But what they share is more important:
the humble, godly wisdom which comes from knowing God through His Word.

Their wisdom delights Jesus! In Luke 10:21-22, Jesus rejoices in the grace of His Father, who re-
veals Himself to those who approach Him in childlike dependence (cf. Matt. 18:1-4), but not to the
‘wise and learned,’ who depend only upon themselves.

We can each know God and His wisdom not because we are smart enough to discover these things
by ourselves. No, the most profound truths of the universe are those God reveals to us because He
is kind: “You have made known to me the path of life; You will fill me with joy in Your presence, with
eternal pleasures at Your right hand” (Ps.16:11).

There’s nothing wrong with intelligence, education, practical or theoretical knowledge, or wisdom--as
long as it relies upon God. That’s why, while working on my recent degree, I taped this verse to my
computer: “David said, ‘All this is in writing from the hand of the Lord upon me, and He gave me un-
derstanding in all the details of the plan’” (I Chron. 28:19). On our own, we can do nothing (Jn. 15:5),
but “the Lord gives wisdom; from His mouth come knowledge and understanding” (Prov. 2:6).


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                As a local body of believers, we will seek to glorify God in worship,
         in evangelizing the unsaved and in teaching Christians to obey everything Christ
                    commanded. To that end, prayer will be our foremost task,
                Scripture will be our authority, God’s Holy Spirit will be our source
                              of power and love will be our motivation.


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                                              MAKS
                                    ALL MOMS WELCOME!!
                                         FRIENDS, FUN & FELLOWSHIP!
                                                  Bring a friend!!


                       MAKS is seeking to warm your heart and brighten your days
                                 during the cold and busy winter season.
                     MAKS is a moms & kids group that meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays
                 of each month in the Fireside Room from 10am to noon. We spend time
                        working & learning together as mothers. Then we enjoy a
                    meal together while our children are well cared for and having fun.



                        February 2nd                                  February 16th
                          Valentine’s Gift                             I Love to Read!!
                     Come enjoy the fellowship                     Come celebrate I Love to
                      of other moms and make                   Read Month with us. Sally Isder,
                      a special Valentine’s gift                our local children’s librarian, will
                          to take with you!                     be sharing some great ideas and
                                                                          titles with us.




             Come prepared to relax, laugh & meet other moms.

            Our leaders this year are: Stacey Dufault, Aimee Miller, Shannon Kuball, Kara Ring, Lisa Cage,
         Jeannie Hadley, Jessica Mickelson & Stacy Dufault - Please contact any one of us with any questions.




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                             “Let the Little Children Come to Me”
                                              Mark & Gina Schaus
                                                   By: Shannon Kuball

         Children believe. In most cases they see a world that has not been dulled by the pressure and responsibilities of
life. When a child sees a new fallen snow, they see fun and adventure as opposed to snow shovels and ice. When a child
sees a mud puddle, they see a big splash as opposed to soiled garments. Somewhere along the way in life we often lose
our sense of wonder. We pass by the same street on our way to work and don’t even look at where we are going. We walk
our children to the same parks and take for granted the lush green blades of grass on which we place our blankets. A child
will observe and absorb their surroundings while adults forget the wonder of the world that surrounds them. Children open
themselves up to experience life and to accept the gifts offered to them; the gift of a world of wonder and, more impor-
tantly, the gift given by a Holy Creator. Perhaps this is why Jesus tells us that we must receive Him as a child. It is this
childlike faith that drew Mark to God and his earliest encounters with the Father.
         Mark and Gina both grew up in religious homes. The families went to church and in turn both Mark and Gina
knew there was a God. “When I was in fourth grade I was going through some difficult times and I couldn’t talk to anyone
about it. The only one I could talk to was God. I remember sitting in the back of the church talking to God, and a priest
came to me and asked what I was doing. I told him I was talking to God and asked if it was okay to talk to God in my own
words,” Mark remembered. Mark had the faith of a child and that faith led him to the perfect place for someone who is
confused and struggling. It led him to the throne of the one who hears and heals. Mark continued to talk to God through-
out his adolescence, although it wasn’t something that he shared with others.
         After high school Mark went to the Milwaukee School of Engineering and while he was there he often spent time
at the airport watching the aircraft. It was this fascination with aircraft and Mark’s desire to build and use his hands that
led him to the U.S. Air Force.
         After Mark enlisted in the military he was stationed at Hill Air Force base in Utah. While at the same time Gina
was in Salt Lake City, Utah for nurses’ training.
         Gina had been born in Utah, but shortly after her birth her family moved to a farm in Colorado. Gina’s family
really enjoyed their life in Colorado, but because of her father’s health her family moved to Nebraska when Gina was




    Back row: Chris Havlicek & Kris
    Anderson

    Middle Row: Cindy Anderson, Mark's
    Mother Evelyn, Bob & Rachel Schaus,
    Gina

    Front Row: Gretchen Havlicek, Steve
    Schaus (Wife Angela was home with
    sick child), Mark




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three. Gina liked the Western part of the United States, so she decided on Salt Lake City after high school. “Omaha was
too far East for Gina,” Mark laughed.
          Mark and Gina, as Catholics, were the minority in Salt Lake City as most of the people were Mormon. This com-
mon thread helped to bring the couple together, but it also took some good scheming by Mark to bring them together.
The Air Force held a dance and invited the girls at the nursing school to attend. Gina went to the dance, but Mark did not.
However, one of Gina’s friends met an airman who was friends with Mark. This airman wanted to take Gina’s friend on
a date, but he didn’t have a car. Mark on the other hand did have a car, so the airman asked Mark to drive if he found
Mark a date. The airman did find Mark a date, but it wasn’t Gina. Gina was set up with another airman, so the three girl-
friends went out with the three airmen. “Because Gina wasn’t my date I sat directly across from her, so I noticed her all
evening,” Mark said. “I didn’t notice Mark because I wasn’t wearing my glasses, so I couldn’t even see across the table,”
Gina laughed.
          From that evening on, Mark wanted to get to know Gina more. He asked her to another dance in which she de-
clined having already invited the airman she was paired with on the date. Mark hearing the reason for her rejection, took
matters into his own hands. He told the other airman that you could only attend the dance if you had a date, and since
Gina’s invitation wasn’t an official date the other airman stayed home. Mark then went to the dance and asked Gina for a
dance, and Gina after realizing that the other airman wasn’t coming, agreed.
          That dance led to another date to a Peter Paul and Mary concert. “Mark didn’t realize that I borrowed the dress,
the coat and I don’t remember maybe even the shoes. He thought I looked great,” Gina said. “I thought she was gor-
geous,” Mark smiled. “And it was a good thing we ended up at the front of the concert because I didn’t wear my glasses
again,” Gina added.
          Four months later in May, Mark was going to be stationed in Hawaii. Mark and Gina knew that they didn’t want
to spend the next two years apart, so in the course of two weeks the couple planned the wedding and were married. “My
mom was amazing. She made three dresses and a wedding cake in two weeks!” Gina stated.
          The couple was now on their way to Hawaii for the next two years. “I think it was a blessing for us. We were
going off on our own and we only had each other to depend on. It helped us become very close as a couple,” Gina com-
mented. The couple also had a very limited budget. Mark earned $204 a month and the apartment rent was $115 a
month. Gina’s grocery budget was $30 dollars a month. “The only thing really inexpensive in Hawaii was pineapple
juice, so to this day Mark will not drink pineapple juice,” Gina laughed.
          In 1965, after being released from the Air Force, Mark decided to go to the Spartan School of Aeronautics and
finished in 1966, during which time Gina worked at a hospital to help make ends meet.
          The couple had a short stay in Kansas City where Mark worked for Braniff International before moving to Min-
neapolis in July of 1967 to work for the same company. A year after arriving in Minneapolis the couple welcomed their
first miracle, Gretchen, in July of ‘68. Gretchen was truly a miracle to the couple who was told after five years of mar-
riage and all the fertility tests that adoption would be their only option for children. God, however, had different plans
and blessed them with two other children after Gretchen, Bob in ‘69 and Steve in ‘72.
          Mark and Gina, while growing their family, were also going through a series of layoffs in the airline industry.
From 1969-1973 Mark worked for a few different airlines in different cities. Mark spent two and a half years commuting
to Chicago while the children were young. “I felt like a guest in my home. While I was home we tried to do fun things
with the children, so Gina took care of all the work while I was gone,” Mark stated.
          The time Mark spent commuting came to an end in 1973 when Mark was again able to work from Minneapolis.
The position was an overnight position, but at least he was home. “Gina was good to turn some of the household respon-
sibilities back over to me when I came back,” Mark said.
          In 1973, Gina not only turned over some of the household responsibilities, but she also turned her life over to
God. “Mark would work nights so I would read. I love to read. I read The Late Great Planet Earth, and I wondered if
the scriptures in that book were true,” said Gina. This curiosity led Gina to a Bible study at her church and ultimately to a
saving faith in Jesus Christ.
          Mark soon shared Gina’s faith, but it was not easy for Gina to wait for him to join her in serving Christ. “I al-
ways asked him if he would mind if I went to a Bible study. Most of the time he didn’t mind, but if he did, I would stay
home and smile without a word and go on with my normal day.” Mark noticed all these changes in Gina and wasn’t sure
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what to think of what he saw. It wasn’t until he agreed to go to a Life in the Spirit Conference that he heard the gospel
and dedicated his life to Christ.
         From that point on, the couple grew in faith and knowledge of the Lord and felt that the Lord was directing them
to stay in the Catholic Church to serve Him there. The couple obeyed and saw much fruit until 1984. In 1984, the cou-
ple felt God lead them out of ministry in the Catholic Church when the openness to the Holy Spirit was replaced with
tradition. “Leaving was very hard. One day I sat down and cried as I thought of the over 300 people that I knew, who
had come to a saving faith in Christ through the ministry myself and others were doing in the Catholic Church. It hurt to
be told we could no longer do that type of ministry in the church,” Gina commented with tears in her eyes.
         After leaving the Catholic Church the couple continued to serve and saw their children make commitments to
Christ. They also added to their family in 1991 by bringing their fifteen year old niece, Cindy, into their home after her
mother died in a car accident.
         In 2005, the couple made their way to Waseca after spending nine years in Duluth where Mark had a challenging
job as a Maintenance Program Specialist for the 319 and 20 airbuses. This position gave the couple the opportunity to
travel to places like Germany and France. Mark is now retired after 34 years in the airline industry and the couple is en-
joying their time together in Waseca. “We have been accused of being attached at the hip,” Gina laughed. “I really en-
joy Mark’s company.” “It helps that she likes to fish,” Mark added with a grin.
         The couple really enjoys their growing family as well. Gretchen and her husband Chris have three children ages
15, 13 and 9. Bob and his wife Rachel also have three children ages, 9, 7 and 5. Steve and his wife Angela have two
children ages 5 and 3, and niece Cindy is also married to her husband, Kris.
         God is faithful. “We can look back over our lives and see how God has taken care of us even when we didn’t
realize it,” Mark stated. Like God’s hand on a fourth grade boy who spoke pure, uninhibited, quiet concerns and ques-
tions in his own words to a loving Father. The words prayed were not perfect, but they were from the heart. That is all
God asks from us, He wants our hearts. It isn’t works or fancy words that save, but grace through faith in Christ Jesus;
faith like a child.




                                   February is
                  Food Drive Month
                   Please bring non-perishable food items to the
                   church. All donated items will be given to the
                          Waseca Neighborhood Service Center.
                           Cash donations are also accepted and
                              checks can be issued to the NSC
                              and placed in the offering plate.


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  2010 Faith Promise Missions Giving Update
  The 2010 Faith Promise Pledges total $5,667 monthly ($68,004 annually), which is a 2% increase over
  2009 pledges. The following graph illustrates Faith Promise participation levels over the last few years.
  “THANK YOU!” to all who are participating. We praise God for his provision for our Missionaries
  through your faithful financial and prayer support!




                               Faith-Promise Giving

          60
          50       54                                     55                 57
                                        52
          40              46                                     44                  45
                                                43
          30
          20
          10
           0
                     2007                 2008                2009             2010


                                   Monthly Support $ (100s)     # of Contributors


  If you’re not already involved in Faith Promise Missions Giving, it’s not too late! Just grab a Missions
  Brochure and Pledge Form from the Information Booth or Carousel for more information. You can start
  with any amount – a gift of only a few dollars per month can make a difference in growing God’s King-
  dom through Missions!

  Missions Giving Reminders
  These simple steps will help us direct your giving as you desire:

          * Please write separate checks for your Missions giving and your General Fund giving.

          * Please designate “Missions” in the memo line for your Missions giving.

  Thanks for your help!


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                    10:00am    10:00am          6-7:30pm      12:00-1:15pm    6:00-7:30am    10:00am
                    Women’s    MAKS             AWANA         Men’s Study     Men’s Group    Apples
                    Study      7:00-9:00pm                                                   of Gold
                                                6-7:30pm      6:30-8:00pm
                               Congregational
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                               Care Comm.
                               7:00-9:00pm      7:30-9:00pm   7:00pm
                               Property Comm.   highRise      Women’s Study

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8:00-9:15am         10:00am    7:00pm           6-7:30pm      12:00-1:15pm    6:00-7:30am
Worship Service     Women’s    Children’s       AWANA         Men’s Study     Men’s Group
9:30-10:30am        Study      Commission
                                                6-7:30pm      6:30-8:00pm
Sunday School                  Meeting
                                                Jr. High      Worship Team
10:45-12:00
Worship Service                7:00pm           7:30-9:00pm   7:00pm
12:00 Souper Bowl              Women’s          highRise      Women’s Study
5:00pm Prayer                  Ministries
6:00pm S.N. Life               Meeting

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8:00-9:15am         10:00am    10:00am          6-7:30pm      12:00-1:15pm    6:00-7:30am    9:00am
Worship Service     Women’s    MAKS             AWANA         Men’s Study     Men’s Group    Building
9:30-10:30am        Study                                                                    Teams
                                                6-7:30pm      6:30-8:00pm
Sunday School                  6:00pm                                                        Meeting
                    1:00pm                      Jr. High      Worship Team
10:45-12:00                    Joint Elder -
                    Quilting                                  7:00pm
Worship Service                Commissioner     7:30-9:00pm                                  10:00am
5:00pm Prayer                  Meeting          highRise      Women’s Study                  Apples
6:00pm S.N. Life                                                                             of Gold

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8:00-9:15am                                     6-7:30pm      12:00-1:15pm    6:00-7:30am
Worship Service                                 AWANA         Men’s Study     Men’s Group
9:30-10:30am
                                                6-7:30pm      6:30-8:00pm
Sunday School                                                 Worship Team
                                                Jr. High
10:45-12:00
Worship Service                                 7:30-9:00pm
12:00 Newcomers                                 highRise
                                                                                    Women’s Retreat
5:00pm Prayer
                                                                                    at Camp Victory
6:00pm S.N. Life

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8:00-9:15am
Worship Service
9:30-10:30am
Sunday School
10:45-12:00
Worship Service
5:00pm Prayer
6:00pm S.N. Life

				
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