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Updated: Jul 22, 2016


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  • Eric, Bailey & Ethan Escamilla
  • Anna Evens
  • Logan Detweiler


  • July 23 - KS/NE Scholarship
  • July 30 - Church Budget
  • August 6 - Church Budget
  • August 13 - World Budget
  • August 20 - Conference Advance


OUR SPEAKER TODAY...is Pastor Mic Thurber, Ministerial Director for Mid-America Union.

GENERAL CONFERENCE AUDITING SERVICE...is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant. Person will coordinate the functions of the Mid-America office, facilitating audits of SDA organizations within the Mid-America Union territory including scheduling, preparation for audits, and release of audit reports. Also assist in designated administrative duties using initiative and sound judgement. High level of technical skills (computer software including MS Office and Adobe Acrobat Pro), tact, confidentiality, telephone courtesy, strong interpersonal skills, and proven organization skills are crucial. It is the policy of the GC to hire only Adventist church members. Please send resume or inquiries to JoJean Birth at BirthJ@gcasconnect.org

COLLEGE VIEW ACADEMY PRESCHOOL...is enrolling for the 2016/17 school year. At CVA Preschool our students gain knowledge through a variety of ways: social, language, beginning math and number, letter recognition and pre-writing skills. Students explore the world around them with hands-on activities in science and creative experiences with art & music. Group times provide opportunities for singing, movement, stories, and sharing. We believe the key to all is the development of students’ faith through Bible stories, songs, and prayer. If you have questions or would like to tour the classroom please contact Shannon Chilson at schilson@cvak12.org or text 402.730.1343.

WORSHIP TIMES...Beginning Sabbath, August 20, 2016 we will return to our regular schedule on Sabbath mornings: Church at 9:15 a.m. and Noon and Sabbath School at 10:40 a.m. Thank you for sharing in this experiment of one church service this summer.

KEYS...we have a set of Toyota keys with several keys including an outside door key, No. 19 key and a Schlagle key. Please stop by the church office if they belong to you.

ALL CHURCH POTLUCK...next Sabbath, July 30 we will have another church potluck at 12:30 p.m. in the Heartland Hall. Bring some food and join the fellowship.

JOB OPENING...Union College is searching for an Office Manager for Financial Administration. This individual will assist the Vice-President for Financial Administration and the Financial Administration Office as well as manage the transportation reservations and non-dormitory housing rentals. View the job description at https://www.ucollege.edu/staff-openings and submit your application.

UNION COLLEGE...is seeking a full-time Office Manager for the Division of Nursing. Duties include scheduling and coordinating appointments, maintaining files, answering the phone, compiling and distributing materials and reports, responding to inquiries and other duties. The full job description can be viewed at https://www.ucollege.edu/employment. Please send resumes and inquiries to Nicole Orian at niorian@ucollege.edu.

PICTORIAL DIRECTORY...it is time to get you and your family scheduled to have your portrait taken for the 2017 Directory. You may sign up today and next Sabbath at the table in the foyer. Sign up early so you have many options for times!

UNION COLLEGE...seeks an experienced and highly qualified financial and operational leader to assume the role of Vice President for Financial Administration beginning January, 2017. The VP reports directly to the President, manages a multi-faceted division, and serves as a key member of the college's executive team. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in higher education. Applications, inquiries, and nominations should be sent to Vinita Sauder, visauder@ucollege.edu.

SHOES...One thing many people in first world countries like the United States take for granted is shoes. We have come to regard them as a necessity of life. Of course we think of how they match our outfit, whether they're the right style for the occasion and if they're still in fashion this season. But, we never think of what life would be like without shoes. We never think much about the protection they offer us. We don't have to. This is the story of how simple upcycled materials are transformed into shoes that literally protect and save lives. Please read this article and scroll down to watch the video titled "Why Sole Hope"... http://earth911.com/inspire/upcycled-materials-solehope/. If you'd like to be part of this wonderful project please bring the following items to our retreat! Together we can make a difference! Blue jeans - You can get them from your closets or purchase a very cheap pair from Goodwill! A 10.00 donation to sponsor a pair of shoes. (It provides for mailing supplies to Africa, paying a living wage to the workers who actually sew the denim, plastic and rubber tire soles together to make shoes.). We'll have an area set up at the KS/NE Women’s Retreat (October 21-23) where ladies can trace and cut out the denim and plastic supplies. We'll mail to a place in North Carolina where they'll then send the supplies on to Africa. There the African workers will sew them into shoes, which will provide them with work, a living wage, and shoes to protect their children's feet. May God bless you as you consider how you'd like to participate in this wonderful project during our retreat!