Wednesday, July 18, 2007
GRIEF SHARE – SEASONS OF GRIEF – SEASONS OF HOPE New summer session begins soon – tuesday, june 5, june 19, july 10, july 24, august 7 and august 21 meeting at the First Presbyterian Church of Sparta in the church parlor at 7:00 p.m. When you lose someone who has walked life with you, your life is changed forever. As seasons change grief stirs in us in a new way. When life slows down and we reflect on our loss, we realize our hearts still need more healing. As the healing continues, hope will rise up and joy will come in the morning.Grief Share Ministry Team. Mary Ann Malinski @ 729-1240, Diane Rodgers @ 729-1305 & Ruth Rhodes @ 729-4947. For more details on the program, visit http://www.griefshare.org/
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Promise-Keepers 6th promise states: “A Promise-Keeper is committed to reaching beyond any racial and denominational barriers to demonstrate the power of Biblical unity.” So….
THE NORTH JERSEY MEN OF PROMISE & BUDD LAKE UNION CHAPEL
“Reaching Beyond Picnic”
OASIS on the Beach
Saturday, Aug. 18th 2 PM…
Sand Shore Rd., Budd Lake, NJ
· Kid’s Activities: races, contests, playground, kickball, play horseshoes
· Volleyball tournament, horseshoes, basketball, games w/youth/adults
· Fishing in the lake (over 14 takes license), bring your own gear
· Delicious Shared Picnic Supper at 5 PM (see “What to Bring” below)
God’s Talented Folk in
Worship & Service
to His People
A seaside talent program by and for the churches
led by Jay Moody, call Bill with your talent by 8/13
WHAT TO BRING:
Hamburger, hot dogs, chicken, buns, salads, beans, desserts, condiments, paperware, sport gear for your family + 1 person.
Provided: Grills, beverages, ice, plates, utensils, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, & items for races, contests, prizes, etc
Info: Call Bill 973-823-1929 email@example.com
No RSVP required, but calling helps us plan, especially for groups.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!--ALWAYS A BREEZE--!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From the East: I-80 West to exit ramp at Exit 26 (Rte. 46 West), go West on 46 thru business dist. to Sand Shore Rd. exit (lake ahead). Take jug-handle & bear right on Sand Shore Rd. 3 blocks. to Oasis on left.
From the West: I-80 East to Exit 27 (Rt. 206 North). take 206 N. 500 ft., back onto 80 West, 80-W. a mile to exit 26 (Rt. 46 West). Take 46 W. & follow directions to Sand Shore Rd. in From the East, above.
Monday, May 21, 2007
First, I want to thank you for enlisting in the Baghdad Prayer Patrol. It has been very encouraging to see believers from all over the world focus their prayers together on the troops, police, and people of Baghdad. We're off to a good start, but I would like to match the number of people praying with the number of extra troops we are surging into Baghdad. That means we need your help. Here are 5 things you can do:
1-Send a note to people you know telling them about the Prayer Patrol, and encouraging them to sign up. Include this link www.prayercentral.net/baghdad
2-Send a note to any prayer lists you are a part of asking them to promote the Prayer Patrol to their list.
3-Get your church or other ministry to put the Baghdad Prayer Patrol button on their website. (get the code here www.prayercentral.net/buttons)
4- Add a "Pray for the troops" link to the signature of your emails. code href="Take'>http://prayercentral.net/baghdad/today">Take 1 minute to pray for the troops today/a
5- Promote the Prayer Patrol through any blogs, forums, or online discussions you are a part of. use this link www.prayercentral.net/baghdad Please do what you can to help us. My wife and I are missionaries living in S. Asia, and have our hands full of life and ministry here. We put up the Prayer Patrol in obedience to the Lord, but we don't have the capacity to promote it as it should be promoted. We need your help. We are also looking for more contacts with soldiers on the ground in Baghdad who can give us some reports of what God is doing there, so we can report back to you and the others who are praying. If you know anyone who could give us some feedback, please let us know. Thank you again for being part of the Prayer Patrol. May lives be saved, battles won, and the innocent protected, because we have stood in the place of prayer.
Blessings, Wayne Dillard www.prayercentral.net
PS Check out the new, "Tell us you love it" page in the sidebar on the Baghdad site.
Saturday, May 5, 2007
Tuesday, April 3, 2007
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