SPEAKER...Our speaker for today is Sam McKee. Previously a pastor in California, Sam now works as a life coach for Evergreen Leadership. He received his bachelors from Eastern Illinois University and his masters in spiritual development from Andrews University.
WOODLAND ACRES...It’s feeling like spring already and it’s almost outdoor season! Woodland Acres is a wonderful place for group get-togethers, tent or RV camping, a weekend stay in the cabin or just a day out in the quiet of nature. Reservations are coming in and if you’d like to plan a group activity at WA, please contact us soon so we can schedule you in. Individuals and families please call ahead to let us know you are coming. More information and the WA calendar are on the College View Church website under Resources. Contact caretakers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-413-1425.
ADVENTIST CHILD INDIA...Great mission project for college students, Sabbath School groups, families or individuals! Sponsors are needed to finance the education of children in India. It costs only $420 ($35 per month) to provide their tuition, lodging, food, books, clothing and medical for one year. Tax deductible. These children come from Adventist families who make less than $3 per day and who cannot afford Christian education for their children. For more information, go to www.adventistchildindia.org or contact Charlene Binder (local “Goodwill Ambassador” for Adventist Child India - ACI) at 402-489-1702 or email@example.com
CLASSICAL GUITARIST IN CONCERT...Enrique Sandoval, Chilean classical guitarist will be giving a concert, tomorrow, March 26 at 3:00 p.m. in the Union College Engel Recital Hall. Come and enjoy his music! He will also be presenting a Guitar Workshop at 6:30 p.m., same day, same location. The topic of the hands-on workshop is Teaching Guitar in the Group or Classroom Setting. Bring your guitar to the workshop for maximum involvement. All are welcome.
WOMEN OF SPIRIT...Judy Daniell is an encourager for people who need a good laugh and a little inspiration. Come and enjoy her stories April 3, at 6:30 p.m. in Heartland Hall. A buffet dinner and childcare will be provided. To RSVP, contact Linda at 402-488-0556.
MOM’S CAFÉ...Are you dealing with some tough behavioral issues in your family? You are not alone! Come join the discussion with Dr. Judith Bothern on Thursday, April 13, at 9:30 a.m for brunch and to receive some new ideas and help. Don’t miss this informative time!
MEMORIAL SERVICE...Betty Stephenson’s memorial service will be this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. in the Heritage Room.
NOTE OF SADNESS...Carol Darrough, wife of Loyd Darrough, died last Sunday. There will be a family visitation today from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Roper & Sons Funeral Home. Tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. there will be a celebration of life service at CVC in the sanctuary, followed immediately by a graveside service at the College View Cemetery, and a luncheon back in the Heartland Hall. Please join us as we remember Carol Darrough.
HELP MY UNBELIEF...If you are looking to strengthen your faith this Spring, come and be a part of a life-changing series. Pastor Paradise will lead a multi-generational discussion on faith, doubt, intellectualism, and the power of God each Wednesday night in April. We will discuss the book “Help My Unbelief” by Barnabas Piper. If you would like to buy a copy for $5 before the event, contact Pastor Paradise.
THIRTEENTH SABBATH...This Sabbath, March 25, is 13th Sabbath. The Sabbath School offering this week will assist with projects in many different places. Projects benefitting from your generosity will include: building a church in Dublin, Ireland, building an evangelistic youth center in Oslo, Norway, and establishing a HOPE channel studio in Warsaw, Poland.
SINGLE’S POTLUCK...The College View Singles are having a potluck today at 1:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Come one, come all.
RILEY BACKPACKS DONATIONS...College View Church partners with the Lincoln Food Bank to fill empty stomachs so young brains can learn. Thanks for your continued financial support as we sponsor packs of food for Riley Elementary School students. If you wish to help, please designate Riley Backpacks on offering envelopes or give online at https://www.adventistgiving.org/?OrgID=ANGFDG.
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND YOU...If you, and/or someone you know, wish to improve your emotional intelligence, and improve your ability to deal with life’s ups and downs, please know that you are not alone and there is incredible help available to claim victory over your life. Please join us the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in Heartland Hall C at College View Church for the emotional intelligence support group. We will be showing Doctor Neil Nedley’s videos and more. For more information or questions please call Candy Wombacher at 402-910-1851 or Dina at 402-420-5970.
BAPTISMAL CLASSES...Baptismal Classes are starting again on April 1st for students grades 4 to 12. Pastor Mic will be holding classes Sabbath afternoons: 3:30-4:15 p.m. for grades 4 - 6, and 4:15-5 p.m. for grades 7 - 12. The classes will run about 7 weeks, and be held in the Conference Room, located at the end of the office suite. For grades 4 –6 we will be using the Amazing Adventure Bible Guides, and for grades 7—12 we will be using Christwise. Both books are available at the ABC. If you have any questions, or would like to sign yourself or your child up, please contact Pastor Mic at 417-631-8580 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
KS-NE CONFERENCE MEN’S RETREAT...Join with men from around the conference at Broken Arrow Ranch from April 7 - 9 to listen to speaker, Dick Duerksen share exciting stories about serving God! For more information, grab a flyer at the Ministry Gallery. To register, email Cheryl Barker at email@example.com or call 785-478-4726.
IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES...What’s next? Join Union College for an exploration of the challenges facing immigrants and refugees. The event will open with a screening of the Oscar-nominated short documentary 4.1 Miles, followed by a panel discussion with several local experts who will answer questions about how Nebraskans can respond to immigrants and refugees. The panel will include Vanja Pejanovic, Refugee Resettlement Office Site Coordinator at Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska; Christopher Banks, professor of International Relations at Union College; Pablo Colindres-Moreno, immigrant and former workforce coordinator for the State of Nebraska Department of Labor; Tom Randa, Director of the Good Neighbor Community Center; Maran Dnu, a Yazidi refugee from Iraq; and Christ Blake, moderator and Associate Professor of English and Communication at Union College. The event is free and open to the public.
FIRST READING...TO JOIN HERE: Anita Mendenhall from Seminole OK; Mr. & Mrs. Philip & Kristine Lemons from Piedmont Park, Lincoln NE; Elder & Mrs. John & Patsy Thurber from Henderson NC. TO JOIN ELSEWHERE: Esther Sandoval to Northdise, Lincoln NE. JOINING BY BAPTISM, Maria dos Santos.