SABBATH SCHOOL CLASSES 9:30 AM Sabbath School Class Locations
Ages 0–12: Classrooms in South Hall
Earliteen: South classroom
Youth (ages 16+): South classroom
Adult Quarterly: Sanctuary- Darl Bidleman, Don Ingersoll & Ross Workman
Adult Quarterly: North Classroom—Sherle Skeels & Ross Workman
Adult Quarterly: South Classroom—Earl Wilson
Gems of Revelation: Fellowship Hall—Chris Calvin
New Believer's Class: Fellowship Hall-Pastor Korter
THE CHURCH AT WORSHIP
Church Service 10:40 AM
SONG SERVICE Cami Johnson & Cathleen Fagerstadt
#590 "Trust and Obey"
#518 "Standing on the Promises" Welcome/Announcements Darl Bidleman Ministry Moment
Invocation* Darl Bidleman
Hymn of Praise* #254 "The Great Physician Now is Near"
Tithes & Offerings Patty Ingersoll "Local Church Budget"
Children's Story Shannon Fisher
Prayer^ Richard Davis
Scripture Caleb Kwon " Ezekiel 36:25-27"
Sermon Lester McSherry
"Christ is My Righteousness" Part 2
Closing Song #258
"Baptize Us Anew"
CLOSING PRAYER Lester McSherry
Piano: Sherle Skeels
*Congregation Stand ^Congregation Kneel
Welcome visitors.! May you receive a blessing today as you join us in worshiping our Savior. Please stay for food and fellowship at our all-church potluck immediately following the church service in the Fellowship Hall.
CCA School Gym use-The gym is available for Valley View member use Sunday evenings 7-9 PM for Volleyball and basketball. Contact Jack Larsen if questions.
Cascade Christian Academy(CCA) begins the new school year Wednesday, August 28th. Please register your children before that date. Contact Tracy Ringering for details. (509) 662-2723.
Corn roast supper and hiking! The Mandelis family is inviting our church family to join them for a corn roast supper Sabbath afternoon, September 7th, at their Nason Creek cabin, LogIn. More details to follow in the coming weeks.
Pathfinder's trip to Oshkosh Camporee- Please keep our pathfinders, counselors, and parents in prayer as they are celebrating Sabbath in Oshkosh, WI today and returning home August 21st. We look forward to pictures and stories from this life-changing trip!
Pathfinder Club 2019/2020 Registration meeting- All youth planning on participating in the Pathfinder Club for the coming 2019-2020 year need to attend and register at the Pathfinder meeting, Wednesday, August 28th 6:30 PM.
Potluck in the Park- Sabbath August 31st at Rocky Reach Dam coordinated by the Social Committee. More details in coming weeks.
Weekly bulletin information deadline: Wednesday 9 PM. Thank you!
Farm Fresh Eggs Available. In the refrigerator in the kitchen. $2.50 a dozen. Mark tithe envelope “Worthy Student Fund-Eggs."
Pastor Korter is on vacation August 8th-23rd. Contact an Elder if issues arise.
Park Ministry- Next Sabbath, August 24th 3:00PM at Locomotive Park. Plan to share food and fellowship with the homeless.
Today: Dinner Hosts: Workman's
8:08 PM Sunset
Monday: Tuesday: 10:30 AM Sail Class 5:30PM Elder's Meeting
6:30 PM Church Board Meeting
Wednesday: 6:30 PM CPR-Church, Prayer, and Reading Thursday: 10:30 AM Sail Class
Healing for Don Cage(Bear), Nancy Webber, Rodney Webber, Donna Brunz(Ladonna Frank's mother), Joyce Day, Clyde Skeels, Eskild Larsen, Alexis Dawson, Patty Ingersoll, Dave Wilson, Quentin Minard, Ruth Alpire's mom, Clyde Henderson, Tyson Thornton, Karen Bumgarner.
Teachers, Staff, and Students
Conference and Local Church Leadership
Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
Ministering to Those in Need
Among other reasons for His incarnation, Jesus came to show us what God is like. He did this by His teaching, by His sacrifice, and by His life; that is, by how He interacted with ordinary people. Many of His actions made immediate, real-world changes in the lives of others. When Jesus sent out His disciples, the commission He gave to them also was in accord with this mission. While they were to announce that “ ‘ “the kingdom of heaven has come near” ’ ” (Matt. 10:7, NIV), Jesus’ further instructions to His disciples were to “ ‘heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give’ ” (Matt. 10:8, NIV). Their ministry in His name was to reflect and enact the values and principles of Jesus’ ministry and the kingdom He invited people to. The disciples, too, were to join with Jesus in His mission to lift up the last, the least, and the lost.
No question, by seeking justice and goodness in the world, we are rehearsing the kingdom of God (see Luke 4:18, 19) in a way that is at least as faithful, valid, and perhaps effective as preaching it. When we care for the poor and the oppressed, we are actually offering honor and worship to God (see Isa. 58:6-10). But if we fail to minister in behalf of the hurting, the suffering, and the broken, we misrepresent Him (see Prov. 14:31).