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To everyone who worked, prayed, cooked, or volunteered to help with this year’s Synod, the local committee wants to extend a huge THANK YOU for all you did. We have received many compliments on the welcome that people received, on the warmth of the hospitality, and on how smoothly things ran. There are way too many of you to try to mention every name — some helped in big ways, some in little ways, but the overall effect was fantastic!

We are very grateful to each and every one of you for helping with cooking, organizing meals, manning registration, policing the area, serving in worship services, providing warm and friendly greetings and in general extending incredible hospitality and assistance.

May God’s richest blesses be yours,

Dss Candy, Dcn Dave, Andy Figueroa

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CKAC/COH: Images of Christ

Hi Everyone,

The Film, Philosophy and Faith group will be repeating a series we did a few years ago called Images of Christ. This series includes detailed Power Point presentations and discussions that will lead participants though an examination of images, art and pictures of Christ throughout history including the modern day and their affects. The series will be on Sunday nights at 6:30 p.m. beginning October 10 at the Caldwells’ (145 Huffman Ave.) and it will run for 7 weeks ending November 14. Please bring snacks to share.

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Life Chain- This Sunday

This is a reminder that Life Chain is this Sunday from 2:00-3:30 p.m. Both parishes will be meeting at the corner of East Stroop Road and Maricarr Drive (note this is the same location as last year). In addition to praying for the babies, we will be collecting baby items to benefit local pregnancy care centers and/or food items to benefit local food pantries. Want to encourage you to bring these item if you are able and we apologize for giving you a late notice on this. If you have any questions please contact Mark or Karen Perry at 235-2368. or email “mark-karen@att.net”

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Marianne

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CKAC:update on Marianne Morse

Subject: update on Marianne Morse

Bishop Dan accompanied me this morning for the first appointment with oncologist, Dr. Brian Hemphill. He’s recommending another CAT scan of the lung in 3 months. If there is any change or growth in the spot, he’ll address it at that time. He has also ordered untrasounds of my thyroid, kidneys, and left breast in an effort to rule out cancer in those places.

Bladder cancer is still the primary concern. Tomorrow I’ll have another re-section of one of the tumors to determine its full extent. The pathology report on that will indicate what treatment they’ll recommend.

I am very thankful for the good care I’m receiving from the medical community here. Dan and I are overwhelmed by the love and concern you all have expressed through prayers, letters and gifts. God has certainly given us the gift of His peace.

Marianne Morse

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Subject: update on Marianne Morse

Bishop Dan accompanied me this morning for the first appointment with oncologist, Dr. Brian Hemphill. He’s recommending another CAT scan of the lung in 3 months. If there is any change or growth in the spot, he’ll address it at that time. He has also ordered untrasounds of my thyroid, kidneys, and left breast in an effort to rule out cancer in those places.

Bladder cancer is still the primary concern. Tomorrow I’ll have another re-section of one of the tumors to determine its full extent. The pathology report on that will indicate what treatment they’ll recommend.

I am very thankful for the good care I’m receiving from the medical community here. Dan and I are overwhelmed by the love and concern you all have expressed through prayers, letters and gifts. God has certainly given us the gift of His peace.

Marianne Morse

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Hello all,

Thank you for your prayers: Bethany informed me that Theresa, her teammate in Taiwan, is doing much better. I do not have any more details than that, but Bethany said she would be sending an e-mail update soon. Thank you for your prayers and thank God for answering them! (If you did not see the first e-mail I sent, I posted it below.)

-Elyse

My friend, Bethany Williams, has asked me to pray for her teammate. Bethany is serving as a missionary on the island of Kinmen, off Taiwan.

Her teammate is suffering from a chronic stomach disease that has rapidly gotten worse these past few months. Her body does not respond correctly to food – when she eats, it wreaks havoc on her body. Her body is now "eating itself" and she is starving to death. She has been taken to Taiwan and is being seen by several doctors. Please pray for her, her family and the team in Kinmen. The team especially needs peace and wisdom in how to proceed and deal with the cirucmstances. We are asking that God would heal her, but that above all He would be glorified.
Thank you,
Elyse

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