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From Matt: I have an interview in Toronto next Thursday for a position in Japan. This position and company from what I have read would be awesome to have. Thanks so much.

 

Father, we thank you for providing this opportunity for Matt and we ask that you would give him favor with the interviewer.  Please give him safety in his travel to and from Toronto and also a sense of peace as he answers their questions.  We pray that your will be done, in Jesus’ name.  Amen

 

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Bulletin for April 1 and 2

Attached is the bulletin for services this coming weekend — the 5th Sunday in Lent.  04-02-2017 -5 in Lent

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Attached is a link to the Reuters article Sherry Mathis mentioned in church yesterday.  It is about Samaritan Purse’s Emergency Field Hospital in Mosul, where Fr. Harry will be serving as chaplain for the next month.  His work begins today.  Please pray for his safety, strength, and for God’s healing power to work through him.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-iraq-hospital-idUSKBN16U123

 

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REC Mission Project

Bishop Morse has asked that we share this very important work of the REC in Croatia and ask for your prayerful support.    The attached brochure has all the information about this Lenten Mission Offering Project of our denomination.  Thanks very much.   Croatia

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From Anita Evanhoe —

Matt Evanhoe has a couple of Skype interviews for a possibility of teaching English in South Korea. He is a bit uncertain as to whether that is the next step he should take. Please be praying for clarity in this opportunity.

Oh Lord God, your word promises that if we lack wisdom we should pray and you will give us that wisdom generously and without reproach.  We ask for wisdom for your son, Matt, as he seeks to do your will.  We ask for clarity of purpose and direction, in Jesus’ name.  Amen

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Anyone Got an Extra Cooler?

Jason Ray is looking for a small to medium cooler that he can use to take lunch with him each day on the job as he works for Rich Zepernick.  If you have one you can spare, it would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks very much!

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From Fr. Harry — for any interested parishioners:

Many Christians around the world today are persecuted because of their faith in Christ, yet they continue to advance the gospel through their lives and words.Many Christians around the world today are persecuted because of their faith in Christ, yet they continue to advance the gospel through their lives and words. At the VOM Advance Conference you will meet persecuted Christians and hear their inspirational testimonies. There is no charge to attend the VOM Advance Conference. Register online today and bring a friend! Please join us Saturday, April 1, for the VOM Advance Conference.

Kettering Assembly of God 2250 E Stroop Rd Kettering, OH 45440 Saturday, April 1 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

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Register Online

Doors open at 8 a.m for registration, resource-center access and prayer. Lunch will be on your own from 12 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at area restaurants. Register online or by phone at 800-747-0085. The conference will feature the following speakers:

“Brother John”

Syria

Born in Syria, “Brother John” is a part of God‘s great work in bringing Arab people to a true, saving knowledge of Jesus Christ in war-torn Syria.

Sarah Liu

China

Sarah Liu lived a life of faith in her homeland of China. Her unapologetic Christian beliefs ultimately led to her arrest, torture and imprisonment for six years.

Benny C. Mathews

Pastor Benny is president of IMPACT Leadership Development with Alpha Bible Churches of India. Their goal is to train 100,000 leaders to plant 100,000 churches by 2020.

Cole Richards

Cole Richards serves as Executive Vice President of The Voice of the Martyrs (VOM). In this role, he leads VOM’s global ministry work, which includes significant outreach both in the U.S. and abroad. In VOM’s U.S. ministry endeavors, Cole acts as executive editor/producer of VOM’s media and events.

Amy Shreve

Amy and her husband, Gary, lived in Nashville, Tennessee, for many years. They have recorded 16 CDs, ranging in style from harp instrumental to vocal with full instrumental accompaniment.

 

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