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The Unlikely Missionary

Memory Text: And there were many
in Israel with leprosy in the time of
Elisha the prophet, yet not one of them
was cleansed-only Naaman the Syrian
(Luke 4:27 NIV).
The Church at Study 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Superintendent: Simone Shepherd

Praise & Worship.Golovenko Boys
Hymn of Praise.....Give of your Best to the Master... #572
Intercessory Prayer .........................Michael Olawoore
Health and Healing, Grandparents, Emergency Service Workers and
Central California Conference
Next Week

Pastoral Family, Preschoolers and their Parents, The Unemployed,

Hawaii/Micronesia Conference

Childrens Story...........Marilyn Topper

Offering................Church Budget.................Pastor Alex
Scripture................Mark 6:34-44.................Lara Olawoore
Special Music......................................Womens Group

Pastor Alex Golovenko

From Need to Receive to Blessing of
Hymn of Consecration....Let Your Heart Be Broken.....#575
Benediction.......Elder Cameron Munro

Sunset Today: 9:01 p.m. Next Friday: 8:56 p.m.

1. The West London church plant has
moved to the Oakridge
Presbyterian Church, located at
970 Oxford St West, London. We
request your prayers as the new
group of pioneers organizes a
centre of worship in the West London area and is
preparing to become an independent entity, with a
Company status granted in October.
2. TODAY, July 18, 7 pm, pastor Alex
Golovenko will present a report from the
60th General Conference session which
took place in San Antonio, TX from July 2
to 11. Plan to be there to learn about changes and
advancements made and planned by our world-wide
church from eyewitness perspective.
3. Inviting ALL to an hour of prayer, Bible
Study and testimonies on Wednesday
night at 7 pm. Come and be blessed!
4. The next Church Council (Board
meeting) will take place on Monday,
July 20 at 7 pm at our church hall.
Simplifying complexity of our church activities for
efficiency and relevance on the agenda.
5. Attention Church Family: Bro Claude Nurse passed
away on Monday, July 6, 2015. Funeral service took
place on Tuesday, July 14th. Please keep the family in
your prayers.
6. Please mark the date for VBS: This year it will be
August 17-22: The theme is Camp Discovery.
Donations of any kind will be greatly appreciated. Please
contact Doris Van Leeuwen @519-452-7073.

7. TOMORROW, July 19th you are
invited to join scores of youth and
church families on a trip from Paris to
Brant Park with picnic potluck
afterwards. Please bring all food in a
cooler chest and don't forget water bottle, sunscreen
and modest swimming attire. Cost: $15/person.
Rallying point is 113 Grand River St N, Paris, ON @
Grand Experiences at 9 am. Dont forget your sunscreen.
8. The 6th annual Western District
Youth Camp will take place
August 7-9, 2015 at the
Lakewood Christian Camp,
4297 Lakeshore Road,
Plympton-Wyoming, Ontario (same place as the last
year). The registration cost per person is $50 and
includes two night camp stay and 5 meals. Please
register before August 1. Ask any youth leaders or 4
9. Mark your calendars: October 1724 Evangelistic Proclamation Event.
Please make it a prayer priority.
10. There are 3 free available Sabbath passes to the
Adventurer Camporee in Brant Park on July
25th. Anyone interested in attending, please speak to
Lucy Simoes.
11. Camporee Donations Appreciated! If you are able to
donate any of the following, please speak to Lucy
Water, juice boxes, soy milk (tetra paks), tea bags,
hot chocolate packettes
disposable dishes, glasses, cutlery, napkins
garbage bags
dish detergent and cloths
bread, buns, granola bars (no peanuts), spaghetti,
pancake mix, syrup, butter, jam
hard tacos, salsa, veggie burgers, cheese, sour

Birthday Wishes for July

Jul 1 Andres Perez
Jul 3 Carolyn Dowdell
Jul 4 Jenny Mickle
Jul 4 Steve Anzora
Jul 8 Renate Weidner
Jul 9 Kasha Reid-Kindness
Jul 9 Matvey Pandaleke
Jul 9 Rachel Taylor
Jul 11 Cameron Munro
Jul 11 Kara Topper
Jul 12 Gene Bernardo

Jul 12 Jaiden Munro

Jul 12 Lucy Simoes
Jul 12 Gene Bernardo
Jul 15 Isabel Erazo
Jul 17 Chris Keim
Jul 18 Jesse Reeve
Jul 18 Nigel Carter
Jul 20 Joaquino Sampaio
Jul 21 Marilyn Topper
Jul 21 Sam Stajfer
Jul 22 Jackie Lima

Jul 22 Viola Reeve

Jul 23 Pat Carter
Jul 23 Dennis Anzora
Jul 24 Bradley Mashoko
Jul 25 Chris Paul
Jul 26 Julia Mahon
Jul 26 Sheldon Bailey
Jul 27 Johnathan Ruhinda
Jul 28 Akwasi BaahFrimpong
Jul 29 Doris VanLeeuwen
Jul 31 Larry Tait

Please send all bulletin related information by WEDNESDAY

9:00 p.m. to larris.biggs@gmail.com

It is good to be back, to be home, after 3 weeks long journey to the

Division Ministerial session and the General Conference. Having attended
and watched all meetings and proceedings, it was interesting to read the
minutes in the Adventist Review, to revisit details I had missed. I am looking
forward to share with you a report from the 60th General Conference tonight
at 7 pm and answer the questions you may have.
The question on my mind for the past few days has been: How do I
implement the vision and goals set by our leaders in my local ministry? The
top priority set by elder Ted Wilson, the re-elected President, in his interview
with press right after the vote was getting every church member involved
in evangelism and witnessing. Yes and Amen! What would it take for
each one of you, my brothers and sisters to get involved in evangelism and
witnessing? How can I better teach and equip you for total involvement? I
always emphasized that the goal of Personal Ministry is simple every
person being a minister, every person doing a ministry. We had talked about
total involvement at church Board, at Business meetings, you have read on
our weekly bulletins our motto every believer a minister. What would it
take for you to get involved?
This past Thursday, July 16 2015, Ellen White Estate released online all
previously unpublished manuscripts, letters, and scans of documents that
they had in vaults, in commemoration of 100th anniversary of her rest. (I
invite you to check the website http://ellenwhite.org/ and subscribe!)
I dont think any of our pioneers ever imagined that the church and believers
would still be on this side of the Jordan, still waiting for Jesus Return, still
having work to do before leaving this planet behind. We cannot check out
and must occupy till Jesus comes. I think of Winston Churchills words
Success is not final. Failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that
counts." When Ellen White breathed her last, Friday at 3:40 pm, her last
words spoken a few days before her death were a biblical quote. In a faint
whisper she said, "I know in whom I have believed." (2 Timothy 1:12)
The church had prayed 100 days together, and on Sunday, July 12 the
100-days of prayer initiative launched a new world-wide initiative United in
Prayer. We cannot stop, we cannot retreat, in the words of our President
Wilson we must cross the Jordan. And prayer is needed to grow
spiritually, to stay in relationship with God.
Just as long as the church is satisfied with small things, it is disqualified
to receive the great things of God (Home Missionary, November 1, 1893
par. 25). However, in another place we are told, [God] is well pleased when
they [us! our church] make the very highest demands upon Him, that they
may glorify His name. They may expect large things if they have
faith in His promises (DA. 668).
your servant, pastor Alex Golovenko