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OCTOBER 13PIONEER MEMORIAL CHURCH
9:00 & 11:45 AMDWIGHT K. NELSON
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Today we will recognize a significant moment in the history of sharing the gospel and for this community of faith–NET 98. This global event brought together Christians and churches to proclaim the good news. It reminded me of this passage from an old text called Acts of Apostles.
"The Lord in His wisdom has arranged that by means of the close relationship that should be maintained by all believers, Christian shall be united to Chris-tian and church to church. Thus the human instrumentality will be enabled to cooperate with the divine. Every agency will be subordinate to the Holy Spirit, and all the believers will be united in an organized and well-directed effort to give to the world the glad tidings of the grace of God" (pg 164).
As we look ahead may the Holy Spirit bind us to focus our vision on going to all the world with a message of hope. Welcome and accept the invitation to share the gospel!
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CO N N E CT • G ROW • S E RV E • G OFIND IT HERE
4THE FOURTH WATCH BLOG"Could This Be the Dream Come True"
7EDITORIAL"Technology in Ministry: It Just Makes Sense"
8WE WORSHIP9:00 AM Service
10WE STUDY"Causes of Disunity"
11WE WORSHIP 211:45 AM Service
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BY DWIGHT K. NELSON
THE FOURTH WATCH BLOG
In a few hours, the leaders of our faith community will gather in historic Battle Creek, Michigan, for the Annual
Council of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. For months both the official and unofficial church websites have been hotly debating the matter of unity and administrative control within this faith community. Far-reaching decisions will be made at Battle Creek.
But could it be that Heaven itself awaits an even more critical decision—the de-cision of spiritual leaders to demonstrate to an on-looking church and world the nature of Christ-like leadership at every level of the church?
On January 5, 1903, around noon in St Helena, California, Ellen White, one of the founders of this church and a divinely appointed and inspired messenger of God, sat down at her desk to write. Below in its entirety is a letter she wrote to the leadership in Battle Creek. Could it be what she was shown was in fact what might even yet transpire in Battle Creek right now?
To the Battle Creek ChurchOne day at noon I was writing
of the work that might have been done at the last General Con-ference if the men in positions of trust had followed the will and way of God. Those who have had great light have not walked in the light. The meeting was closed, and the break was not made. Men did not humble themselves before the Lord as they should have done, and the Holy Spirit was not imparted.
I had written thus far when I lost consciousness, and I seemed to be
witnessing a scene in Battle Creek.We were assembled in the audi-
torium of the Tabernacle. Prayer was offered, a hymn was sung, and prayer was again offered. Most earnest supplication was made to God. The meeting was marked by the presence of the Holy Spirit. The work went deep, and some present were weeping aloud.
One arose from his bowed po-sition and said that in the past he had not been in union with certain ones and had felt no love for them, but that now he saw himself as he was. With great solemnity he repeated the message to the La-odicean church: "'Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing.' In my self-sufficiency this is just the way I felt," he said. "'And knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked.' I now see that this is my condition. My eyes are opened. My spirit has been hard and unjust. I thought myself righteous, but my heart is broken, and I see my need of the precious counsel of the One who has searched me through and through. Oh, how gracious and compassionate and loving are the words, 'I counsel thee to buy of Me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich; and white raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear; and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see.'" Revelation 3:17, 18.
COULD THIS BE THE DREAM COME TRUE?
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The speaker turned to those who had been praying, and said: "We have something to do. We must confess our sins, and humble our hearts before God." He made heartbroken confessions and then stepped up to several of the brethren, one after another, and extended his hand, asking for-
giveness. Those to whom he spoke sprang to their feet, making con-fession and asking forgiveness, and they fell upon one another's necks, weeping. The spirit of confession spread through the entire congre-gation. It was a Pentecostal season. God's praises were sung, and far into the night, until nearly morning, the work was carried on.
The following words were often repeated, with clear distinctness: "As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent. Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with Me." Verses 19, 20.
No one seemed to be too proud to make heartfelt confession, and those who led in this work were the ones who had influence, but had not before had courage to confess
their sins.There was rejoicing such as never
before had been heard in the Tab-ernacle.
Then I aroused from my uncon-sciousness, and for a while could not think where I was. My pen was still in my hand. The words were spoken to me: "This might have
been. All this the Lord was waiting to do for His people. All heaven was waiting to be gracious." I thought of where we might have been had thorough work been done at the last General Conference, and agony of disappointment came over me as I realized that what I had witnessed was not a reality. (Testimonies to the Church 8:104-106)
Could it be what she was shown was in fact what might even yet transpire in Battle Creek right now? Could it be that what "might have been" might even yet become what is now?
Then let us join with brothers and sisters across the face of this earth to earnestly petition God to turn this "might have been" into the very spiritual transfor-mation every leader and member longs for. For without such revival, how can this remnant community ever fulfill her apoc-alyptic mission?
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It's on people's minds. Millions of books have been sold—too often with the truth left behind. Social
media is filled with people sharing and re-sharing conspiracy theories about it. As ongoing wars rage across the world, and hurricanes, and tornadoes and floods rock the planet on a regular basis, people around the globe are asking, "Are these the last days?"
Starting Friday, Oct. 19, during The Appearing, we'll explore that topic by studying what the Bible has to say about the Second Coming of Christ. In addition, you'll take a closer look at the ancient prophecies of the Bible and piece together a startling but un-deniable picture of last-day events that may come as a surprise to many people.
This series, hosted by Voice of Prophecy Speaker/Director Shawn Boonstra, will take a documenta-ry-style, Bible-based approach to this topic. This series will address questions such as:
• What does the Bible say about the battle of Armageddon? • Did the Bible predict the storms, wars and political unrest we see today? • What will it actually be like to ex-
perience the Appearing of Jesus? • What does the Bible say about a "secret rapture"? • What are the signs that point to the Appearing? • What will heaven really be like? Pioneer Memorial Church is
thrilled to be hosting this series. The Appearing will involve both docu-mentary-style presentations by Shawn Boonstra, and live elements that I'll be facilitating.
All are welcome to attend this free event.
"Each session highlights key Bible passages that dispel many of today's most popular myths about the last day, and then reveals a future of hope," said Boonstra.
Topics will include: "A Planet in Upheaval," "The Abomination of Des-olation," "The Appearing," "Prophecy Interrupted," and "The Battle of Ar-mageddon." The Appearing begins Friday, Oct. 19, at 7:30 PM in the PMC Youth Chapel.
You may register to attend on-site during this free event, by calling 269.471.3543, or by visiting www.Appearing.org/berriensprings .
Rodlie Ortiz is the pastor for "This Generation Evangelism" here at PMC.
BY RODLIE ORTIZ
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There’s no question that Pioneer’s call to Media Ministry is stronger than ever! We’ve gone from door-
to-door ministry and literature mailings to the addition of satellite, and now In-ternet delivery systems. On this, the 20th anniversary of Net 98, we reflect on the unique calling Pioneer has to Media Ministry, both locally and across the globe.
I was a student at An-drews Academy when the Next Millennium Seminars came to town. In some way, I think this sparked my interest for technology and media. I am invested now in the Media Ministry here at PIoneer because of its focus on media evangelism. To this day I still feel the pull to use tech-nology to spread the love of God.
Although many things have changed, Pioneer’s mission of outreach remains the same. In 1998 the Internet was just slowly starting to take shape and the infrastructure to send large amounts of data to homes wasn’t yet viable. The ad-vancement of technology has allowed us to connect with larger audiences than ever before.
Our website live stream continues to be popular, but the most significant in-crease comes through Facebook. Our online community chat creates a space for viewers to interact with our host, whereby we receive multiple weekly requests for prayer. During a recent weekly Facebook Live experience, one of our viewers, Anthony A. posted,
“What amazing praise music, it must be rolling into the throne room!” Carina V. asked for “prayers for healing between a mother and older daughter.” And Cynthia B. asked for us to pray for them financially. “We are struggling to keep our home and I'm so fearful,” Cynthia writes. By opening
up this forum, viewers have found a way to connect.
Our New Perceptions television ministry has
its widest reach ever as we continue to broadcast on sta-tions like 3ABN, and multiple online
outlets such as Vimeo, YouTube, and
Roku. We have also expanded through Hope
Channel into markets in Fiji, India, and Romania. All this is part
of the media outreach evangelism that Pioneer supports.
Net 98 helped shape our focus today. We are thankful for God’s call to our unique mission and press forward into the future with a renewed heart for media evangelism.
Richard Parke is the director of Media Ministries here at PMC.
BY RICHARD PARKE
TECHNOLOGY IN MINISTRY: IT JUST MAKES SENSE
SUPPORT THIS MINISTRYPlease indicate
"Media Ministry"on your tithe envelope.
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FIRST SERVICE • 9:00 AM
WE WORSHIPCO N N E CT • G ROW • S E RV E • G O
Opening Voluntary Wake! Awake! For Night Is Flying • Wayne Wold
Introit Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus • Helen Lemmel
Call to Worship José Bourget
Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the land!Serve the Lord with gladness! Come into his presence with singing!
Know that the Lord is God! It is he that made us, and we are his; we are His people and the sheep of his pasture.
Give thanks to him, bless his name!For the Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations.
Let us worship the name of the Lord.
Doxology Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow • 2
Invocation Dwight K. Nelson
Hymn of Praise Praise to the Lord • 1 Congregational Prayer José Bourget Fruitful Trees, the Spirit's Sowing • words: st. 1 & 4 of 414; melody: 191
Children's Story Christ Is Alive! His Love Adored • Kenneth Logan
Scripture Matthew 28:18-20 NIV • Heidi Davis and Kylie Walter
Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.
And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."
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20 Years Later—Still Thanking God for NET98Chris Davisson
Skip MacCarty and Llona ChapmanJason Canfield
Ken Logan and Glenn GillCharles and Julie Reid
Worship in Music Carry the Light • Paris / Fettke
Sermon "Vintage Tales—Excursus on the Church" Dwight K. Nelson
Tithes & Offerings PMC Operating Budget Hymn of Commitment Jesus Saves • 340
Benediction Closing Voluntary Work, for the Night Is Coming • Lowell Mason
Twenty years later, these excerpts from the official Net '98 music philosophy statement, adopted
early in the planning process, still bear significance and importance. This statement established a context of “seeking to illuminate . . . timeless truths concerning God’s character in service to the vibrant proclamation of the Word.” Further, “. . . the music of Net '98 . . . will seek the best vital musical offerings in a carefully-chosen blend of contemporary
and time-affirmed styles, in the effort to encourage sustainable commitment and church growth among its hearers.” The statement affirmed evident directness of expression and "static-free" message communication. It concluded, "All of the music of Net '98 is to point toward the ultimate message of this satellite event: to communicate the timeless beauty of character of the eternal God in a special revelation for hearers of this time.”
"MUSIC DIRECTION FOR NET '98"MUSIC ALIVE
PRESIDING PASTOR: José Bourget; ORGANIST: Kenneth LoganWORSHIP IN MUSIC: Julie Reid, mezzo-soprano; Charles Reid, tenor
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SABBATH SCHOOL • 10:30 AM
WE STUDYCO N N E CT • G ROW • S E RV E • G O
Song Service Vladimir Slavujevic
Welcome Ben Martin Scripture & Prayer Prentice Family • 2 Timothy 3:14-15
Special Feature Prentice Family
Offering “For The Beauty of the Earth” • arr. Mark Hayes
Lesson Study "Causes of Disunity"
Theme Song Make Me a Blessing
Make me a blessing; make me a blessing.Out of my life may Jesus shine.
Make me a blessing; O Savior, I pray.Make me a blessing; to someone today.
"Make Me a Blessing," Ira Bishop Wilson©1924, Renewed 1952 Word Music, LLC; Used by Permission. CCLI License #392652
Benediction Vladimir Slavujevic
ORGANIST: Kenneth LoganOFFERTORY: Living Word Fellowship Choir
Linda Sanchez, director; Lady Abigail Imperio, piano
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WE WORSHIP 2CO N N E CT • G ROW • S E RV E • G O
SECOND SERVICE • 1 1:45 AM
WORSHIP COORDINATOR: José Bourget; ORGAN: Kenneth Logan PRAISE LEADER: Vivian Raimundo; PIANO: Joshua Goines
BASS GUITAR: Jerry Wasmer; ACOUSTIC GUITAR: Lorian GuillaumeWORSHIP IN MUSIC: Julie Reid, mezzo-soprano; Charles Reid, tenor
We Begin Wake! Awake! For Night Is Flying Wayne Wold
Praise He Is ExaltedForeverAwesome GodAgnes Dei
Prayer José Bourget
Children's Story Christ Is Alive! His Love Adored Kenneth Logan
20 Years Later—Still Thanking God for NET98 Chris DavissonSkip MacCarty and Llona ChapmanJason CanfieldKen Logan and Glenn GillCharles and Julie Reid
Worship in Music Carry the Light Paris / Fettke
Sermon "Vintage Tales—Excursus on the Church" Dwight K. Nelson
Connect Card, Tithes & OfferingsJesus Saves • 340
As We Depart Work, for the Night Is Coming Lowell Mason
Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing
them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teach-ing them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you
always, to the very end of the age."
—Ephesians 3:14-19 NIV
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NEXT WEEK'S OFFERING PMC Operating Expense
| 10 • 20 |DWIGHT K. NELSON "Vintage Tales—Two Last Stories, One Final Truth"
| 10 • 27 |DWIGHT K. NELSON "Renovate: Under the Roof with a Clever Prophet"
Visitors' DinnerJoin us today after second service in the PMC Commons (downstairs) for a home-cooked vegetarian meal.
Family VespersTODAY • 7:30 PMYOUTH CHAPEL
Eventide—come close the Sabbath with sacred music and God's Word.
Pastors' Thank You!Our Pioneer pastors diligently work on our behalf, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their efforts. October is Pastor Appreciation Month and we have provided a card which you can use to write a personal note to one or more of our pastors (Dwight Nelson, José Bourget, John Glass, Ben Martin, Taurus Montgomery, Rodlie Ortiz), or ministers (Kenneth Logan, Richard Parke). Return your completed cards today to the wel-come stations located at the back of the church, in the basement lobby, or at the desk located between the Youth Chapel and the Sanctuary. You and your family may want to show your appreciation in anoth-er creative way as well but we wanted to give you this opportunity today. Thank you.
Employment OpportunitiesPioneer is hiring a full-time support staff position. Visit www.pmchurch.org/em-ployment for details.
Pastor Jim and Vera Hoffer shared that, as newlyweds, they rented a basement apart-ment from Pastor and Mrs. Eric B. Hare, the famous missionaries to Burma. All was well until the Hoffers awoke on their first morn-ing in the apartment. There was a scream from Vera. The sink was full of roaches! Sad-ly, they went upstairs to ask their deposit be returned. When Mrs. Hare heard that, she said: “My dear, you will never make a mis-sionary.” She was mistaken! Not many years later the Hoffers went overseas as mission-aries. Satan has “roaches” that sneak into our lives. These “roaches” try to convince us that giving an offering is not important. Yet, your offering today goes toward our church budget, which allows for us to be a strong presence in our community.
PMC OPERATING EXPENSE
SUBMIT bulletin announcements by visiting our form online at www.pmchurch.org/announcements/submit. Requests must be received Monday by 5:00 PM for consideration.
SUNSET TODAY • 7:10 SUNSET NEXT FRIDAY • 6:59
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Thank YouThe Robertson family gratefully acknowl-edges the flowers, cards, kind words, and condolences shared with us by our PMC and Andrews family in memory of the death of Ashley Robertson, our father, grandfa-ther, and great grandfather.
Memorial ServiceA memorial service for Tom DeWind will be held this Sunday, October 14, at the Village SDA Church at 4:00 PM. Following the service the family will receive guests in the fellowship hall. A meal, sponsored by the Stevensville SDA Church, will also be held in the fellowship hall at the Village Church.
Free Fall Exercise ClassesPMC Health Ministries offers again this Fall two free co-ed exercise classes for anyone over 18 years of age. H2OFit Monday & Wednesday • 7:30-8:15 AM Beaty PoolToBoFit (Total Body Fitness) Tuesdays & Thursdays • 5:00-5:50 PM Lamson Hall Aerobics Room Both classes emphasize building strength, flexibility, and balance. Join us!
Annual Hayride and Hot Dog Roast
OCTOBER 14, 2018 • 5:00-8:00 PM
Join your PMC family for our annual Fall Festival at Five Pines Ministry at 6597 Smith Rd, Berrien Center, MI. Have fun with your friends and family on the hayride and join us for a meal of hot dogs, chips, apples, and s'mores by the fire. There is also a playground and sand, basketball courts, soccer fields, and miniature golf. In case of rain, we will meet in their Club House for food and games.
Adventist Forum MeetingTODAY • 3:30-5:00 PM
NEWBOLD AUDITORIUM BULLER HALL
Drs. Brian Bull and Bernard Taylor will present “God, the Misreading of Gene-sis, and the Surprisingly Good News."
Mission Trip to HondurasDo you love children and want to share your love for Jesus? The PMC Youth Missions team will be going to Honduras from Dec. 13-23. The Friendship Team will be con-ducting a day camp for about 125 children from the Hogar de Ninos orphanage and the surrounding community. There are a few more spaces left on the team. Flights are almost full. Your prayers and financial sup-port are so important for this mission proj-ect. Contact Glenn Russell 269.876.7657 right away for more information.
"For I Was Hungry ..."Feeding the hungry has been Christianity 101 since the beginning. PMC does its part by participating in the Benton Harbor Soup Kitchen. Our team is always looking for ex-tra hands. If you're available for a few hours the first Sunday of each month and at least 18 years old, you can be a part of it. Food service experience is helpful but not a re-quirement. If you're interested, email Daniel Drazen at [email protected] .
"Americana": AU Wind Symphony Fall Concert
TONIGHT • 8:00 PM HOWARD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
The first concert of the 2018-2019 An-drews University Wind Symphony sea-son features a variety of American band music, ranging from timeless and familiar classics to new gems. Come enjoy this evening of American favorites!
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Free Tai Chi ClassMONDAYS • 11:30 AM-12:15 PM
Learn the 24 forms of Tai Chi. These slow movements result in better balance, strength, coordination for those of all ages. For more information, [email protected] .
Senior Mentors NeededRuth Murdoch Elementary School is seeking seniors to mentor students for the Partnering for Eternity (PFE) program. This program pairs elementary children with mentors to build inter-generational friend-ships and provide tuition assistance. We have 10 eager students signed up and are waiting to be matched with a senior. Donate one hour per week sharing hobbies and life skills with the next generation. The child will benefit by receiving tuition scholarship for Christian Education. For more information and to volunteer contact Evelyn Savory or Vida Giddings at 269.471.3225.
RMES 50th Anniversary Celebration
Come celebrate Ruth Murdoch Elemen-tary School's 50th Anniversary on Sun., Oct. 21, 2018. Alumni, past/current staff and faculty, current students, and commu-nity members are welcome to join us. 1-2 PM Tours and Activities, 2 PM Program, 3-4 PM Tours and Activities.
Save A Life!Andrews University, PMC and the Amer-ican Red Cross will sponsor a blood drive on Tuesday, October 23, from 1:00-6:45 PM in PMC. Watch for more information later or contact Professor Larry Ulery ([email protected], 269.471.0467). There is no substitute for human blood. Please consider giving the Gift of Life!
Adventist Retirees of Michiana
Normally our ARM meeting takes place on the second Sunday of each month. But for the month of October only, the meet-ing will occur on the third Sunday, Octo-ber 21, 2018, at the Village Seventh-day Adventist Church at 1:00 PM. The guest speaker will be Dr Art Robertson. He will be sharing some fabulous photos of the heavens. Bring a dish to share at potluck, and plan for an afternoon of good food, good fellowship, and a beautiful look at the heavens through the eyes of one of our local astronomers. Remember you don't have to be retired to join us. You just need to be 55ish or above.
Used Children's Sabbath School Quarterlies Available
Are you looking for help in reaching your neighbors, need materials for a church plant, or going on a mission trip? Used Children's Sabbath School Quarterlies for all divisions are available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the Children's Ministry Resource Center. Stop by between 10 AM-12 Noon on Sabbaths or call Debi Robertson at 269.471.7150. Available only through October 20, 2018.
Journey to WholenessThis October 14th, the Journey to Wholeness in conjunction with Adven-tist Recovery Ministries will be doing a leadership training for the Journey to Wholeness. The Journey to Wholeness is a Christ-centered 12-step group for those dealing with obsessions, compul-sions, and addiction or those who know someone who is struggling. We invite you to sign up for this exciting opportu-nity. Link to sign up: www.docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeojDspbm-JW9K6R7JWe11X-zfo0fkpjFvLP6Qp-da34YV-dCVg/viewform
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GROW Group Correction"God's Invitation to Flourish" Be-gins 10/15/18, Mondays, 6:30-7:30 in the Nursery Room. Please call Jan (473.2738) or Ildiko (471.6330) with questions.
Horn Lectureship SeriesOCTOBER 29 • 7:00 PM
The Horn Lectureship Series Presents: “Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” by James C. VanderKam, PhD. The lecture will take place on Monday, October 29 at 7:00 PM in the Seminary Chapel. This event is free and open to the public.
Paper Crafting TogetherOCT. 27-28
Bring your paper crafting projects (scrap-book or cards) to the Lake Union Confer-ence Board Room (8450 M-139, Berrien Springs) on Saturday, October 27 at 6 PM and stay until 11 PM. Leave your proj-ects and come back at 9 am and craft until 5 PM. We will have prizes and chocolate. Bring your favorite snack and $5 to help cover expenses. Pizza will be served on Sunday for lunch. Park in the first (lower) parking lot. Questions, email [email protected].
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PONNIAH, MelchizedekBATES, SabeulahSTANISZEWSKI, LynnKABAMBE, TebuhoGREENIDGE, NormaTAN, AnabelleSIEBOLD, KathleenMUN, MaryLANGAT, ValarieMITCHELL, DianaROBERTSON, DebieVAJDIC, LilyBEKOWICZ, Karen BEERBOWER, Debbie BURTON, LarryMCCORMICK, Katherine WALLER, AmyHUSET, BarbaraHUSET, Calvin
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Neighbor to NeighborFamily Foot WashingWelcome Center Host & HostessWelcome Center Host & HostessWelcome Center Host & HostessWelcome Center Host & HostessWelcome Center Host & HostessWelcome Center Host & HostessWelcome Center Host & HostessCoordinator for Communion—WomenChildren’s Ministry Res. Ctr. DirectorChildren’s Ministry Res. Ctr. Associate Dir.Children’s Ministry Res. Ctr AssistantChildren’s Ministry Res. Ctr AssistantChildren’s Ministry Res. Ctr AssistantChildren’s Ministry Res. Ctr AssistantChildren’s Ministry Res. Ctr AssistantFuneral Dinner Co-DirectorsFuneral Dinner Co-Directors
NOMINATING COMMITTEE • SECOND READING
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ALUMNI WEEKENDAndrews Academy invites you to:
October 19-20, 2018Come and reunite with your Andrews
Academy family. Remember and reconnect with friends. We look forward to seeing all
of you once again at our reunion!
EVENTS AT A GLANCE:
Friday, October 19:
Saturday, October 20:
8:00-8:50 a.m. 9:00-11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Alumni Convocation Career Seminars & Career Fair Registration Alumni Vespers - by Class of 1999
9:00 a.m. 9:00-9:45 a.m 10:00 a.m.
Registration Continental breakfast Tribute Sabbath School and Roll Call presented by various honored classes Alumni Worship Convocation - by Class of 1994 Honor Class Photographs Alumni Fellowship Luncheon Shydepoke, Sylvester Field
Contact us for more information:269-471-6140 [email protected]
1944, 1949, 1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014.
Haystacks for Fellowship Luncheon. Local alumni please bring the following according to last name:
A-D E-G H-J K-M N-P Q-S T-V W-Z
Chips Cheese Lettuce Tomato Olives Sour Cream Salsa Brownies or Cookies
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| PASTORS |
Chaplain / PioneerJosé Bourget • [email protected]
Discipleship / GROW Groups471.6153
Harbor of HopeTaurus Montgomery • 269.923.9274
Lead ChaplainJune Price • 471.6282
Lead PastorDwight K. Nelson • 471.3134
Pastoral CareJohn Glass • 262.825.3632
This Generation Evangelism Rodlie Ortiz • 471.6154
Youth MinistriesBen Martin • [email protected]
Media MinistriesRichard Parke • 471.3246
MusicKenneth Logan • 471.3231
| STAFF |
Admin. AssistantLailane Legoh • [email protected]
Admin. Assistant / ClerkDiane Helbley • [email protected]
Assistant Media DirectorGaddiel Zelaya Martínez • [email protected]
Assistant TreasurerJoAnn Siagian • [email protected]
Executive AssistantClaudia Sowler • [email protected]
Graphic DesignerBrittany Doyle • [email protected]
MaintenanceLarry White • [email protected]