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2012-02-05 February 5 Bulletin


Our Church Family

Please remember our church family in your daily prayers at mealtimes and during your personal devotions. Continue to remember those young and old with ongoing physical, spiritual, and emotional struggles.

Lea Dykstra was moved from the Ponoka Hospital to the Northcott Care Center (4209 - 48 Avenue). Please note in your directories she also has a new mailing address & phone number, Lea Dykstra, c/o Peter Dykstra, R.R. #4, Ponoka, AB, T4J 1R4, phone number – 403-783-6750.

Congratulations to Steven and Jessica Szelekovszky who were married in Brisbane, Australia yesterday. May God bless them richly in their life together.

Do remember our seniors and shut ins in prayer: Tony & Henny Middag, Albert & Tilly Biel,

Ann Vander Wal and Lea Dykstra.

Remember our missionaries around the world.

Bethel News

Next Sunday, February 12th

We welcome the Cadets in our morning service as they take part in worship. We will look at the Disciple James as he lives out his Faith in Action and seeks to build the church and Kingdom of God. In our evening service we read from Revelation 13 and find out what the number 666 means. Pastor Mike will lead our worship.

Profession of Faith: 

We will be starting a profession of faith class in February for anyone interested in making public confession of their faith and becoming a full member of the church. Please talk to Pastor Mike for details.

A Country Affair: 

Did you reserve your seat for this fundraiser? It will be held on Friday, February 10th at 7 p.m. Don’t miss out on an evening of country surroundings, good folks, a delicious meal, entertainment and a live auction! Proceeds of this evening will go toward the Youth Mexico Mission trip. Reservations need to be made by today, February 5th! Please call Gerry @ 403-782-4170 or Trudy @ 403-782-7378.

Ladies Craft Day: 

All ladies are invited to another craft day in the Fellowship Hall on Saturday, February 10th, starting at 10:00 a.m. Please pre-register by contacting Ann at 403-782-2061 by Wednesday, February 7th; we must have at least 6 participants in order for this event to take place.

Bethel Youth News

No Tuesday Nite Youth this Week

Due to a leaders’ meeting there will be no Tuesday Nite Youth this week.

Youth Mexico Mission team 

Meeting at the church on Thursday, February 9th at 7 p.m. to set up for the Country Affair Fund Raiser which will be held on Friday, February 10th.

YC 2012 

It’s that time of the year again, and we all are staring to get excited about YC. The bands, the speakers, and the great times we get to share. We have rooms booked and all we need now is YOU. Tickets will be ordered March 1st so February 28th is the last day to get yours. To reserve yours you need $50.00 and a signed consent/liability form from your parent(s). Forms can be found on the table in the front foyer or get them from Wayne or Dana. If you have any questions or concerns contact us as soon as possible.

Announcements

The Missions Team of the Wolf Creek Community Church

Would like to cordially invite you to watch the movie, COURAGEOUS on February 9th at the Lacombe Memorial Centre at 7 p.m. Check out the poster on the bulletin board for more info. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at Wolfcreek church Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at $3 for singles or $5 for a pair!!! For more information please contact Davina James at 403-782-4563 or Jason Cappis via email at Jason.Cappis@rdc.ab.ca or at 403-373-0765.

Canadian Foodgrains Bank – Central Alberta Growing project

Important news release from the Canadian Foodgrains Bank – Central Alberta Growing project. We are diligently seeking to rent a parcel of land for this year’s growing season in order to continue our vision and mission to provide a Christian response to feed and help the hungry worldwide. Please contact John Jager at 403-782-4546 or Ken Ditzler at 403-782-7022 if you have or know of a piece of land that can be rented.

Rededication service for West End CRC

You are invited to attend the Rededication service for West End CRC on Sunday, February 12th at 4:30 pm. The congregation is celebrating the completion of extensive renovations by rededicating its building at 149 St. and 100 Ave. in Edmonton. Please join us. For more information contact Rev. Robert De Moor, Pastor, West End CRC, 780-454-8151, bobdemoor@westendcrc.ca

Ottewell CRC 

in Edmonton will D.V. celebrate its 50th Anniversary on February 18, 19 and 20, 2012. We hereby invite friends and former members to join us in this celebration of God's grace and faithfulness. A banquet will be held on Saturday evening at the Ellerslie Rugby Park Banquet Facility, 11004 Ellerslie Road S.W., Edmonton. Doors open at 5:00 p.m., dinner at 6:00 p.m. with program to follow at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased from the following committee members either in person or via e-mail; Corjan Buma - bumacj@superiway.net; Jacques Kist - jkist@telus.net; Tina Bootsma - tina.bootsma@shaw.ca. Ticket price is $20 per adult, $10 for ages 5 to 12 and under age 5 free. Cheques to be made out to Ottewell CRC, re: 50th Anniversary. A special worship service will be held Sunday, February 19th at 10:30 a.m. and a Pancake Breakfast on Monday morning February 20th @ 9:00 a.m. Hope to see you one and all.

The Persecuted Church

Uganda

A convert to Christianity who was formerly a member of a Muslim extremist group has fled Uganda and is in hiding in Kenya. Hassan Sharif Lubenga, 54, was a sheikh and a member of a violent Islamist group. In June 2011, after dreams and visions in which Jesus appeared to him, Hassan made a full commitment to follow Christ. Extremists have been threatening Hassan since 2007, when he first began to speak of dreams and visions of Christ. Dangers peaked when Muslims saw him visiting a church. Due to increasing hostility, Hassan fled to Kenya in July 2011. Upon returning to Uganda in September, he learned that extremists and his former colleagues were threatening to kill him. When Hassan felt like giving up on his new faith, he received a call from his former pastor (who was later attacked by Muslim militants), who told him the church was praying for him, and Hassan was deeply encouraged. Hassan has since fled again to Kenya, where his movements are severely restricted. Pray the Lord to continue to strengthen Hassan -- may God use his testimony to encourage the faith of other Christians in Uganda and Kenya. Pray that Hassan's conviction will also cause many of his former friends and contacts to question their Islamic faith. Ask the Lord to provide for Hassan's every need. Praise the Lord for the way He touches people through dreams and visions.

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