“Letting Your Mourning Turn into Dancing” 06.09.19 – Pastor Kassebaum

AN INVITATION TO PRAYER
We will regularly meet for a time of prayer before worship on Saturday at 3:30pm and Sunday at 7:30 & 9:00am, Rm. 11.

In Jeremiah 33:3 God invites us with these words “Call me and I will answer.” Victory has many wonderful and Christ-centered ministries. Do we pray for each of those? Could we pray for each of them? Yes, we could. 

Your prayer team is inviting you to share in the opportunity to pray before the service you attend. Each week the ministries happening that week will be highlighted. Also a reminder to pray for our pastors, the congregation, the volunteers and those with special needs. In this time of renovation it is especially important that we remember what Jesus said, “I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” (John 13:34-35). For the next several months this will be on our emphasis/guide for prayer.  

ONE MORE INVITE! THURSDAYS, 9:30AM
You are invited to join the prayer team as they pray and plan each Thursday morning at 9:30, in Room 11.

 


MISSION TRIP TO 
NAVAJO EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN MISSION
Rock Point, AZ | JULY 24-28, 2019
INTEREST MEETING will be held June 17, 3pm, Room 10
Please SIGN UP at the Welcome Center.
We are looking for team of at least 10 people for this trip.
Some of the services projects may include: landscaping, carpentry, outdoor painting and assist in serving meals at The House of Prayer: Hozho Café. There is also the possibility of attending Wednesday Women’s Bible Study and Sunday morning worship.

School is not in session in July. However, teachers return to prep classrooms. Depending on the skill sets of those who are coming and we can find the perfect task.
Culture Night – the staff prepares a meal of cultural foods (fry bread, Mutton Stew or Chili Beans, Navajo Tacos). We discuss Navajo spirituality, home life, seasonal stories, some Navajo history, customs.

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