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2010-10-31 October 31 Bulletin


Our Church Family

Ann Vander Wal was thankful to God to return home from the hospital this week. We trust she can manage again on her own.

Craig Van Stryland was able to return home from the hospital on Friday. We pray that God will be with him and his family as he recovers from his surgery at home.

Ann Vander Wal and family would like to thank the congregation, as well as her friends, for the prayers, visits, and many tokens of kindness shown during Ann’s hospital stay. “We thank God for his healing and His grace.”

Do remember our seniors and shut ins in prayer: Tony & Henny Middag, Ann Vander Wal,

Tilly Biel, Lea Dykstra, Wigger Meindersma, and Herman Scholing Sr.

Remember our missionaries around the world. 

Bethel News

World Hunger Campaign

One in six people in our world do not have enough to eat. CRWRC invites you to share with them through this year’s World Hunger Campaign. Today you will find the devotional booklet, “Are You In?” in your church mailbox. There are daily stories that you can use at your own supper table, starting today and for the next 2 weeks. We will focus on World Hunger Sunday on November 14th and have a special offering for this cause on that day.

Next Sunday, November 7th

The Fellowship MLT is hosting a free breakfast. Come to church at 9:30 a.m. and enjoy some bagels, pastries, fruit, and fellowship! Hope to see you all there!

Next Sunday, November 7th 

We conclude our series on worship with the Disciples Year 2 book. We will consider session 5 as we are Sent forth to Serve (Luke 10:1-20). We go out strengthened in our faith through the Lord’s Supper. In the evening we reflect on “The nature and extent of Biblical Authority” as expressed in 1 Corinthians 2:6-16 and in the Belgic Confession, Article 5. Pastor Mike will lead the services.

Bethel Youth News

Woody Nook Rocktober Fest: 

Come out this afternoon, 4 p.m., to Woody Nook CRC for some fun as you watch the skill of other youth rockn’ out. Supper will be provided and a youth service to follow. This is your chance to visit and worship together with other youth from Central Alberta. If you need more information please contact Wayne.

Young Adults 

Will meet after the evening service today for a Bible Study in the fellowship hall. All Young Adults are welcome to come out.

Tuesday Nite Youth 

Will NOT meet this coming Tuesday, November 2nd due to a leaders’ meeting.

Announcements

Volunteer Link

Bethel continues to be a wonderful supporter of Volunteer Link here in Lacombe, not only financially, but also as church with many volunteers, helping those with needs here in our community. That being said, the needs in Lacombe continue to rise, and the volunteers have somewhat declined. If you have some spare time on your hands, even if it is only a half hour or an hour a week, you would be a wonderful asset to our Volunteer Link team. Bethel is also looking for a "church coordinator", someone to make a few phone calls and coordinate volunteers with those in need. If either one of these areas appeals to you please contact Herman Scholing Jr. at 403-782-2701. Thank-You

Day of Encouragement

Well, you’ve missed the early bird registration date, but there is still time to register for the Day of Encouragement, to be held this coming Saturday, November 6th in Edmonton,hosted by NADC. Contact your deacons or the NADC office at (780)423-0456 or hbosch@crcna.org to register.

Building Blocks Thrift Store 

Has 2 job opportunities. One full time position, 5 days a week, Tuesday to Friday from 9-5, and Saturday from 11-4 at $14.00/hour. The second position is Saturday, from 11-4 @ $14.00/hour. Please contact Bert Tenbrinke at 403-782-7200 or John de Regt at 409-782-5094 for more information.

Central Alberta Christian High’s Harvest Fest 2010 presents: 

The Sky Family as entertainment at the Lacombe Memorial Center on Friday, November 5th. This family hails from the North Shore of Prince Edward Island. They uniquely capture the Celtic influence of that region and now have the delight of sharing it with audiences from coast to coast. The production consists of rollicking fiddle music with songs rich in harmonies. Woven throughout are hilarious stories, skit and inspirational testimonies. The theme for the evening is Winter Wonderland and the dress is semi formal. The evening will start with a silent auction beginning at 6:30 pm and continuing until 9:00 p.m. with dinner at 7:00 p.m. The evening’s entertainment begins at 9:00 p.m. Donations for the silent auction can be dropped off at the school or phone the school for pick up. Also donations can be dropped off on Friday November 5th at the LMC by noon. So mark your calendars HARVEST FEST FRIDAY November 5th starting at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $35.00 and are available from Ann at CACHS 403-782-4535 or Betty Scholing at 403-782-2701.

We are having containers filled for table centres this year & they will be available for silent auction. If you would like to fill one, we have 18 left, please contact the school and arrange to pick up the container. If possible, we would ask that the filled container be dropped off at the school before November 5th,or they can be dropped before noon at the L.M.C. on November 5th.

The Persecuted Church

Uzbekistan 

Has imposed a massive fine on a Protestant man for owning a Christian film. Police raided Murat Jalalov's home in Tashkent -- apparently on the instructions of the National Security Service secret police. They confiscated 75 DVDs and CDs. The discs included the Uzbek version of "The Jesus Film." The confiscated materials were analyzed by the national state Religious Affairs Committee. The committee declared that the particular film "could be used among local ethnicities for missionary purposes" and was therefore banned. All confiscated materials were ordered to be destroyed. Please pray for the church in Uzbekistan. Thank the Lord for the faithfulness of the believers and their desire to spread the Gospel in spite of their restrictions. Pray for all those involved in church leadership and evangelization; may they be bold and courageous, yet wise and discerning.

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