Wesleyan Sunday School Class
The Wesleyan class, starting September 19, plans to revisit Josh McDowell's timeless book, Evidence That Demands A Verdict providing historical evidences for the Christian faith. Among the chapters to be dis- cussed are such intriguing topics as: "The Academy Awards- If Jesus Was Not God , Then He Deserved An Academy Award", "The Trilemma- Lord, Liar , or Lunatic", and "The Resurrection- Hoax or History.‖ We
invite you to sit on the 'Jury' with us as we explore the Evidence That Demands A Verdict. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Call the church office at 279-7419 and update your information so we can insure that you are getting the information that you want!!!
The church has acquired numerous articles of clothing, boots, umbrellas, etc. From now through September 19, the items will be in the lower entrance at the coat racks. You will know these items as being lost items because they will have a RED tag say- ing ―LOST‖ on it. Look for the lost items and see if one is yours. After September 19th, anything left with a RED tag will be donated to charity.
If we plant sweet corn again next year, would you be willing to help with the picking and selling of it? The ―corn project‖ was a great success this year, raising $4,000 for missions, but before committing to do it again, the Risk-Taking Mission and Service team would like to know how many people would be willing to help next year. If you would be a willing participant in the corn project next summer, please let us know by signing the sign-up sheet in the parlor. Thank you.
Our GIFT program is in need of volunteers to help serve and clean-up on Wednesday nights. If you are willing to help out in this ministry, please con- tact either Tere DeWitt at 279-7419 or Venita Dycus at 232-3845.
Each year the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas offers an excel- lent training opportunity. This year’s Leadership Institute, taking place October 7 and 8, has the theme, ―Preparing for a Future with Hope.‖ There are workshops focusing on various aspects of local church ministry, like hospitality, use of multi-media, children’s, youth, young adult, etc., and featured speakers will be futurist Bob Johansen and Steve Hawn, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Finance for Hallmark. Early bird registration cost (by September 10) is $149 per participant. If you’re interested in attending, please contact Pastor Gary.