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Valley View SDA Church

May 6, 2017

SABBATH SCHOOL CLASSES 9:30 AM 

Sabbath School Class Locations

Ages 0–12: Classrooms in South Hall

Earliteen: Right Upper Room

Youth (ages 16+): Left Upper Room

Adult Quarterly: Sanctuary—Tony Rosales, Nadine Oldenburg, & Ross Workman 

Adult Quarterly: North Classroom—Sherle Skeels

Adult Quarterly: South Classroom—Earl Wilson

Bible Marking: Fellowship Hall—Ben Burkhardt

Gems of RevelationFellowship Hall—Chris Calvin

THE CHURCH AT WORSHIP

Church Service 10:40 AM

 

Song Service                                                        Darl & Katie Bidleman   

 #249 “Praise Him, Praise Him”
 #327 “I’d Rather Have Jesus”
#493 “Fill My Cup Lord”

Welcome & Announcements                                    Ben Burkhardt
Ministry Moment                                                       Ben Burkhardt

Invocation*                                                                Ben Burkhardt

Hymn of Praise*                                                                              #27

"Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart"

Tithes & Offerings                                                     Jesus Romero Jr.

                                            Local Church Budget

Special Music                                                             The Shearer's

Prayer^                                                                      Tony Rosales

Scripture                                                                    Jordan Wilson

                                                   John 3:3

Sermon                                                                       Corey Wilson

                                "Are You Transformed or Informed?"

Closing Hymn*                                                                                #306

                                               "Draw Me Nearer"

Closing Prayer                                                          Corey Wilson


Piano: Shannon Fisher                                         
Keyboard: Dianna Pewitt

Welcome visitors.  Thank you for choosing to worship God with us today! 

· HEAD DEACON. Garth Comm was asked by the church board to be Head Deacon and he accepted for the remainder of the church year.

· OUTREACH TRAINING on Visitation today at 2pm.  Today’s seminar will cover the Bible call and example on visiting regular members, straying/backsliding or lost members, new converts, and even various interests in the community.  We’ll explore each category, sharing principles, experience, and the experience of others in this work.  See you at the Fellowship Hall! Save the Date: May 20th @ 3pm Visiting Missing Members


· BONNIE JORDAN & LESTER MCSHERRY'S WEDDING.  Everybody is invited to come and attend their wedding tomorrowSunday, May 7th at 1pm here at church. Reception follows after the ceremony.  There will be a money tree instead of registry. 

· HEATHER BERNSTEIN'S BABY BOY SHOWER is also tomorrow at 6pm at Beryl & Garth Comm Residence.   See you there!

· AMEN CONFERENCE May 11-13, 2017 is next week! Health care providers at all levels, pastors, outreach coordinators, Bible workers, and health ministries leaders are encouraged to attend. The theme is Comprehensive Health Care: Developing Your Ministry Toolkit. Register online at www.uccsda.org/chc . Contact Cindy Williams at cindyw@uccsda.org or (509) 242-0520 for more information.

· MEDIA ON THE BRAIN “By Beholding We Become Slaves to the High Priests of a New Religious Order  (DVD 2) will be shown next Sabbath, May 13th  at 1:30pm here at the Sanctuary.  Please plan to be here!

· ENJOY CAMP MEETING at Upper Columbia Academy on June 14-17 We still have a few camp sites, RV sites and dorm rooms available. You will be spiritually enriched by the speakers, seminars, friendships and fun. Participate in fun programs for children, attend a cooking class, learn more about Ellen G. White, get more in-depth into scripture and learn from evangelist Mark Finley and his wife Teenie Finley. If you need lodging, It's not too late to register for rooms, campsites and RV sites. Go to http://www.uccsda.org/campmeeting

· WEED SPRAYER NEEDED.  Our church is need of a weed sprayer that will be pulled by a four-wheeler to spray the dandelions, the weed, etc.  If you have one or are willing to donate money for one, that will be greatly appreciated! For more info, please contact Mr. Garth Comm at 699-0578.  Thank you!

 
 
 

 
                TODAY:                     
12:30 pm Dinner Hosts: Shackelford/Moore
1:00 pm Youth Choir Practice
1:30-2:00 pm  Be Healthy, Be Happy: MH 15
2:00 pm Outreach Training: Visitation

MONDAY
6:15 pm Bible Study

TUESDAY
10:30 am SAIL Class

WEDNESDAY
6:15 pm Youth Group
6:30 pm Midweek Oasis: “Prophets & Kings”
6:30 pm Pathfinders @ CCA

THURSDAY  
10:30 am SAIL Class  
1:00 pm Women’s Bible Study @ Comms’ Residence

SABBATH: 
Speaker: John Moore
Elder: Phil McGregor
Dinner Hosts: Stevens/Keith/Lopez

 
 
 
 

 
May 11-13, Weekend
AMEN Conference @ UCC

May 13, Sabbath 
Media on the Brain, 1:30pm @ Sanctuary

May 20, Sabbath
OUTREACH: Visiting Missing Members, 3pm

May 21Sunday
All Wenatchee SDA Church Softball Game & Picnic, 9am @ CCA

June 14-17
UCC Camp Meeting @ UCA
 
  • Healing for those who are sick
  • Pastoral search
  • Church family and ministries
  • Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
 
 
HOT AND COLD
 
52. Very hot food ought not to be taken into the stomach. Soups, puddings, and other articles of the kind, are often eaten too hot, and as a consequence the stomach is debilitated. Let them become partly cooled before they are eaten.—R. and H., 1884, No. 31. HL 91

53. I do not approve of eating much cold food, for the reason that the vitality must be drawn from the system to warm the food until it becomes of the same temperature as the stomach before the work of digestion can be carried on. T., V. II, p. 603. HL 91

54. Many make a mistake in drinking cold water with their meals. Food should not be washed down. Taken with meals, water diminishes the flow of the saliva; and the colder the water, the greater the injury to the stomach. Ice water or ice lemonade, taken with meals, will arrest digestion until the system has imparted sufficient warmth to the stomach to enable it to take up its work again. Masticate slowly, and allow the saliva to mingle with the food. CTBH 51

55. The more liquid there is taken into the stomach with the meals, the more difficult it is for the food to digest; for the liquid must first be absorbed. Do not eat largely of salt; give up spiced pickles; keep fiery food out of the stomach; eat fruit with the meals, and the irritation that calls for so much drink will cease to exist. But if anything is needed to quench thirst, pure water is all that nature requires. Never take tea, coffee, beer, wine, or any spirituous liquor. {CTBH 51.3}
 

SUNSET TODAY: 8:20 PM                                                           SUNSET NEXT FRIDAY8:28 PM

 
 
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