ENJOY YOUR MEMORIAL DAY
by Pastor Richard
from the week beginning Sunday, May 24, 2015
We will be having Eric Smith here in our pulpit on Sunday morning, May 31. Eric is part of the ministry of the global mission organization known as ONE CHALLENGE. He has been in Southeast Asia recently and is returning from there just the day before he speaks to us.
8109 gathers tonight right here in the auditorium at 6:30. Don’t know what the 8109 group is? Ask Andy, the guy who is playing the guitar up front today.
And Walking in the Word will be meeting at 5:30 today in the Fellowship Hall.
More than 30 Christian churches right here in town participated in the SERVE WEEKEND IN WHITTIER that took place May 15-17. And it ended with the rally you and I attended in Central Park on Sunday evening. I suggest you visit the Facebook page that explains many of the projects done in the name of Jesus. Go to SERVE WEEKEND IN WHITTIER.
I showed you pictures of the big room on our campus that we have yet to finish off and use for ministry purposes. If you would like to get a tour of that area contact Larry Olguin.
Manuel Espinosa sent us a video greeting that I shared with you on May 17th. If you would like to see it or share it we have posted the link on our Facebook page.
Here’s a portion of Scripture that I would suggest you consider during this year of 2015. I’ll point it out periodically as we gather. “Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise; His greatness no one can fathom. One generation commends Your works to another; they tell of Your mighty acts. They speak of the glorious splendor of Your majesty–and I will meditate on Your wonderful works.” Psalm 145:3-5
Graduation Congratulations begin on June 7th. Please let us know of those in our church family that are graduating from high school and above at this time.
And yes, I went out of town to watch our Dodgers play the Giants this week but I was hoping to return to Los Angeles with two wins. Enough said.
We have finished our series of messages on One Word Prayers in the Bible. Our last was the one-word prayer AMEN. Look in the last few verses in your Bible.
God’s best to you.