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Postmaster: Please forward address changes to: Kempsville Baptist Church The Official Newsletter of Kempsville Baptist Church 5204 Princess Anne Road 5204 Princess Anne Road | Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 | Vol. 70 No. 11 Virginia Beach, VA 23462 November 2007 In this issue: Brother Kelly’s Article 2 Brother Tim’s Student Ministry November Calendar Thanksgiving Operation Christmas Child Family Night Supper Menu 3 KBC Cinema Cafe Upward Basketball Job Opening Women on Mission Dinner Young Musicians of Virginia Brother Phil’s Article Brother John’s Article at KBC New Members Thank You’s 4 Tuesday, November 20, 2007 Condolences Family Life Center Congratulations Preschool News 5:00 p.m. – 6:15 p.m., Dinner Congratulations to: Richard & Peachie Mock: birth of a grandson, Noah Edward-Ray Woodhouse, on Sept. 17. Thank You! Adults $5.00 | Children 4-11 yrs. $3.00 Gerald & Toni Backus : on the birth of a daughter, Alisa Gabrielle, on Sept. 20. The following wish to Children 3-under $2.00 Big brother Is Jayden. express their gratitude Eric & Sara Benjamin: on the birth of a daughter, Lyla Elizabeth, on Sept. 27. Big brother is Joel, the proud grandparents are Al & Debbie Tarkenton and Dennis and Elaine for the cards, letters, Reservations and payment in advance calls, and prayers during their time of need. are required by Friday, November 16. Benjamin, proud uncle, James Tarkenton. Jay Mumford Thanksgiving Service Our Deepest Sympathy to: (special remembrance of his 28 yrs. of serving in the 5th grade S.S. Dept.) Vol. 70 No. 11 begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Aubrey & Rosalyn Hudgins Senior Pastor William Deyncourt and Family in the death of Dr. Kelly J. Burris Family Life Center. his father, Tracy Deyncourt, on Sept. 29. Doris Gregory Diane & Chris Edwards Minister of Music and Missions Ed & Nellie Rae Childers and Family in the death of her brother, Horace Dilday, Sr., on (James Atkinson Family) Dr. Phillip R. Martin KBC Welcomes NEW MEMBERS Minister of Students & Education Oct. 7. Wendy Vaiden & Family in the death of her Jeff, Kristine & Elizabeth Timm Sharon & Ed Pinkston Family of Phyllis Holt Rev. Timothy G. Zittle Missions Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser Sponsored by: Royal Ambassadors & Girls in Action Interim Pastoral Assistant husband, Randy Vaiden; to Drew and Carter, in Brandon Powell (Sharon’s sister) Nov. 10, Saturday, 4 – 7 p.m. the death of their father; to Chuck & Elsie Rev. John L. Wolford III Vaiden, in the death of their son; to Paula V. Director of Cost: $5 age 12 – Adults; $3 age 4-11 yrs; Free: Hill and Karen Vaiden, in the death of their The KBC Weekday Preschool is collecting Farm Family Life Ministries age 3 yrs and under brother, on Oct. 10. Fresh ABC receipts beginning now through Johanna Jones (an extra 50¢ will be charged for each to-go dinner) Bro. Kelly & Brenda Burris and Family in the May 31, 2008. Every time you shop at Farm Fresh, Prepay & Reservations by Nov. 5, Noon, with yellow envelope to office death of her cousin, J. B. Allen, on Oct. 10. save the bottom portion of your receipt and bring is published Come enjoy this terrific dinner: it to the church. We will be able to use these monthly by Kempsville Baptist Betty LeBlanc and Family in the death of her Spaghetti with sauce only or with meatballs, side salad, bread, ice receipts to purchase items needed for 5204 Princess Anne Road husband, Ernie LeBlanc, on Oct. 16. cream with 2 toppings, iced tea and lemonade. Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 Leonard & Joyce Halstead and our Weekday Preschool program. Place Phone: 757-499-5457 Servers for the dinner will be our Royal Ambassadors & Girls in Family in the death of her father, your receipts in the red “apple” located Fax: 757-552-0330 Phyllis Connor Action. Tips will be greatly appreciated and will go towards our George Washington Grant, on in the Welcome Center. Web: Director missions fund. Come out and support our children’s missions Oct. 16. www.kempsvillebaptist.com Thank you f or your support! program! pastor’s Supper Menus Job Opening message ONE of the Many Things to be Thankful for WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, NOVEMBER KBC is in need of part-time Johanna Jones, Director COST: housekeepers. Please call He would send them a Helper, the Holy that arm around his shoulder saved his $5, ages 12-adult Dennis Evans, 399-4564, for an $3, ages 4-11 Spirit. John 14:16 says, “He will give you career.” Free movie, interview appointment. cartoons, and $2, ages 3 and under another Helper, that He may abide with How many times has our Helper, the you forever.” The word helper in the Holy Spirit, done just that for us? We popcorn! walk-up prices: $6 adults, $4 ages 4-11, text means “one called alongside.” He have felt alone, discouraged, a failure, $3 ages 3 and under stands beside us. That’s why we who ready to quit, but then we sensed His Evaluations & Sign-ups for are believers in Christ fight no battles comforting presence. Or perhaps He and face no issues alone. gave us the support we need through a Basketball and Cheerleading This story in Leadership magazine Christian friend. Nov 7 TAKING PLACE AT THE FAMILY LIFE CENTER AS FOLLOWS: illustrates the point: “Jackie Robinson We can be sure that the Holy Spirit is November 9, 2007 Fried Chicken Nov 27, Tuesday, 6:30-8 p.m.: K – 3rd grade, Boys / Girls was the first black to play major league always standing alongside, ready and A 6 p.m. - Café, opens with cartoons Mashed Potatoes w/ gravy s we approach this baseball. Breaking baseball’s color able to help. If you have the Holy Spirit 7 p.m. – Feature film begins Vegetable Nov 29, Thursday, 6:30-8 p.m.: 4th – 6th grade, Boys / Girls Thanksgiving season, we can barrier, he faced jeering crowds in every on the inside, you can stand any battle A great night out for the entire family! look around and see many stadium. While playing one day in his on the outside. Nov 14 The Upward Basketball Program promotes character and self-esteem in The Café serves chicken nuggets, hot Meat Loaf every child by providing a substitution system that allows equal playing things to be thankful for. God has been home stadium in Brooklyn, he “Thank you, Lord, for the Holy Spirit dogs, nachos, french fries, cheese pizza Mashed Potatoes w/ gravy time for each player and an evaluation process to provide equal teams good to each and everyone. There is no committed an error. The fans began to Who is our Helper in all things.” We are by the slice, funnel cakes, and a variety Vegetable and equal opportunity for improvement. way we can begin to thank Him enough ridicule him. He stood at second base, so greatly blessed by our Lord. of soft drinks and candy, all for a Registration forms are available in the Welcome Center. Contact Keith for all His wonderful blessings. Have humiliated, while the fans jeered. Then, Happy Thanksgiving, nominal cost. Nov 20 Reasor at 503-1667 for more information. you ever thought about how God has shortstop Pee Wee Reese came over and Want to reserve a table or have a (Tuesday) given each of us a special helper? stood next to him. He put his arm around birthday party? No problem, call THANKSGIVING DINNER Before Jesus left His disciples and Jackie Robinson and faced the crowd. with all the trimmings! WOMEN ON MISSIONS Johanna Jones at 288-0031. returned to heaven, He promised that The fans grew quiet. Robinson later said CHURCH-WIDE INTERNATIONAL MISSION STUDY & DINNER A Note to Fall Festival Missionaries: Nov 28 Wednesday, December 5, 2007 This year’s Fall Festival was a great success! Homemade Soup Bring the whole family to the Wednesday Night Supper Did you know Operation Christmas Child is one way you can make a difference in a young person’s life? Since 1993, this Thanks to all the “missionaries” who took Baked Potato Bar in the Family Center. Following our meal we will have a Samaritan’s Purse project has shared the Good News of God’s love through the simplest of gifts: SHOE BOXES! part in the day! We had over 1,000 people attend the Festival with over 150 families former Missionary share God’s work in missions. Call Filled with school supplies, toys, and personal items packed by caring people, these boxes help introduce children to All suppers include salad bar, who do not have a church home. Lots of bread, drink, dessert, and the Church office, 499-5457, for more information. Jesus Christ. We invite your family, Sunday School class, or missions group to take part in this unique project. As you pack the shoe box, please pray for the boy or girl who will receive it. seeds were planted for Jesus. God bless you Chicken Nuggets for children. Reservations must be received National Collection Week is Nov. 12-19. A prayer guide will be in the bulletin November 11 requesting worker bees! Thank you again, Johanna in the Church Office by Noon prayers for the collection and distribution process. Collection date for each Monday. Reservations not UPCOMING kept must be paid for. Standing Kempsville Baptist is Sunday, Nov. 18, during the morning service. Thank you for your participation! Family Life: Upcoming Dates reservations, upon request. Nov. 2: Auction Fundraiser Family Life Center, 7 p.m. Nov. 13: Battle of the Books Family Life Center, 12 p.m. EVENTS Nov. 4 Lots of fun and fellowship and early Nov. 16: Luncheon Concert Christmas Shopping! Family Life Center, 12:15 p.m. Daylight Savings Time Nov. 11: Patriotic Service FREE concert showcasing YMV talented musicians. Check out the Student Ministry Website, (Fall back one hour) YMV joins KBC Music Ministry in the Dec. 4 – Christmas Concert www.kbcimpact.com Nov. 21-23 Sunday morning worship service KBC Sanctuary, 7 p.m., FREE and open to the honoring our Veterans. November 4 – 10 public Get Plugged In! Church Office closed Mike Schmidt, 497-5957 OUR CHILDREN’S MINISTRY is doing very well, Hub Lovelace, 482-3370 missions MUSIC for Fall and Winter Rev. John Wolford Monday night visitation is drawing a crowd, and the & Interim Pastoral Cecil Faulk, 471-2064 music Assistant new discipleship classes are off to a great start! N Rev. Tim Zittle MARK YOUR CALENDARS…November Schedule Minister of Students & Education November 11 – 17 ovember 11 is Veterans Day for our nation, and we at On Monday, October 7, 34 church members went Kempsville Baptist will celebrate it with music. The out on visitation and touched the lives of more than SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Joe McCarty, 420-1307 Celebration Choir and Orchestra, along with instrumentalists 80 families! Thank you all who made phone calls or 1 2 3 Tim Hathaway, 671-8125 and vocalists from the Young Musicians of Virginia will dropped off a “thank-you” packet to our Fall Festival Dare 2 Share, Washington, DC Guests. Thank you for your willingness to serve! Bob Spence, 479-2854 present the second portion of “America We Must Not 4 Dare 2 Share, 5 6 7 Drama, 5:30 p.m. 8 9 10 Forget”. The first part was presented on July 2, and the final The Wednesday night discipleship classes are doing Washington, DC better than expected. The Lord has blessed us with Student Choir, 5 p.m. Elevate, 6:30 p.m. November 18 – 24 part will be presented as part of the Morning Worship Service on November 11. Invite your friends and neighbors to hear double the enrollment in our parenting class, women’s class, and 11 Ministry Team Mtg., 12 13 Girls’ Velocity HS- 14 15 16 17 Gerald Backus, 467-1878 men’s class. High attendance numbers in these classes account for the Drama, 5:30 p.m. Crave Dr. Phil Martin this stirring patriotic musical and join us in remembering 4:30 p.m. Zittle’s 6:45 p.m. Elevate, 6:30 p.m. Coffeehouse Turkey Run Norris Culbertson, 497-8526 Minister of Music & those who have been our heroes. rise of children participating in RA’s & GA’s. The Lord is truly at work! Student Choir, 5 p.m. Girls’ Velocity MS- at KBC Duncan’s 7:00 p.m. 8 p.m. 9 a.m. Don Newsome, 497-1510 Missions Christmas is just a few weeks away. This year our Our Children’s Choir attendance is averaging 15 per week and our 18 Student Choir, 5 p.m. 19 20 KBC Thanksgiving 21 22 23 24 Celebration Choir will present “The Heart of Christmas,” a Children’s Worship Hour attendance is averaging 20-25 per week. We Sisters in the Journey, No Activities Judea Lawn November 25 – Dec. 1 beautiful musical about the Christmas Story. An invitation is have recently reopened our A113 Toddler class, which means all of our Dinner, 5 p.m. Care, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Jim Hester, 493-9778 extended to the church family to join the choir for this children’s Sunday school classrooms are now in use. 25 26 27 Girls’ Velocity HS- 28 29 30 Please pray for God’s Spirit of love to be on all those who work with Drama, 5:30 p.m. Mike Morrison, 430-1905 presentation. Rehearsals are scheduled for each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Extra Zittle’s 6:45 p.m. rehearsals have been scheduled for November 18, and December 2 at 5 p.m. in our children. Our church couldn’t do without them! No Choir Girls’ Velocity MS- Elevate, 6:30 p.m. Jim Taylor, 464-3829 With Christian love, order to permit many to sing. If you are interested, please contact Marla Robinson Duncan’s 7:00 p.m. Bro. John or Dr. Phil at the church office, 499-5457. Page 2 November 2007 November 2007 Page 3