Hello Stonehill Church Family,
Pathfinders will be offering babysitting services beginning Saturday evening, April 28, 2018 to raise money for Oshkosh. This will be an ongoing fundraising event which will be done every 4th Saturday evening of the month. This will also give our Pathfinders an opportunity to earn the Child Care/Babysitting Honor. The hours - 6:30 to 9:30 pm so parents can have a date night. The cost per child - $20. We will provide a snack and games for the children in our care.
We look forward to worshiping with you this Sabbath!
SCA Walk-a-thon is this Sunday. Support SCA by sponsoring a student and/or being a participant in the walk-a-thon. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s time to “Spring” Into Fitness, Announcing “The Stonehill Transformers” exercise group. Please join me, Martha Thomas, for some cardio and interval exercise, Sunday, April 22, 2018, 9:00 a.m. at Pflugerville Lake on the South side. Any questions text, 512-508-6016. Key word is Prevention!
Early registration for the 2018-2019 school year is now open for Stonehill Christian Academy. Save up to $200 by registering before the end of May. For a registration packet, contact Miss Ukegbu at 512.763.2776, email@example.com or pick up a packet at the school office.
Stonehill Christian Academy Prayer Time is every Thursday morning from 8 - 8:30 am. Specific prayer time set aside for students and faculty needs. If you have a student or faculty member in your life no matter where they attend/work they will be lifted up in prayer once a week. Please come to Stonehill SDA church and meet at the Potluck tables or send in your prayer request to firstname.lastname@example.org
“You have blood in your eye”. Ready to re-enter the workforce after acquiring her doctoral degree, this one phrase signaled a significant change in Leanora Ruff’s life. She had retinal detachment, first in her right eye, then a year later in her left. A friend asked if she had contacted Christian Record Services, which had resources that would be helpful as Leanora adapted to life with limited vision. The gifts you give through the World Budget offering provide services such as Bible study courses, Sabbath School lessons, magazines, library books, and more. Leanora offers this encouragement to each member: “I encourage you to make a contribution. It will multiply like you’ve never seen it multiply before.” Thank you for remembering Christian Record Services with your offerings.
Praise in Giving: World Budget/NAD Christian Record
Praise in Music:
The Message: SCA students Daphnee Veloza and Brandon Perez for Education Sabbath
Elder in charge: Jacqui Reuben
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Deacon in charge: Joilson Silva
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Greeters this week: Rafael & Diana
Did you know?………
it takes $25 per attending person each week to meet the Stonehill Church budget.
Fellowship Lunch Host
Prayer Warriors, please remember these requests in your daily prayers:
April 14 Invite a Guest Home for Lunch
April 21 Roberto Torres SS class
April 28 Asian Group
May 5 Myrna Cogan SS class
Sabbath, April 14
Baptismal Studies, adults, Pastor’s office
Fellowship Lunch, Invite a Guest Home for Lunch
Adventurers and Pathfinders, regular meeting
Youth and Family Fun Night, Skate Party
Week of April 15-20
Sunday, SCA Walk-a-thon
Sunday, finance committee
Monday, karate with Pastor Kitney
Tuesday, church board meeting
Wednesday, karate with Pastor Kitney
Friday, Sunset 2 Sunset
Sabbath, April 21
Baptismal Studies, teens, Pastor’s office
Fellowship Lunch, Roberto Torres SS class
Dates to Remember
Youth and Family Fun Night, May 12
Finance Committee Meeting, May 13
Church Board Meeting, May 15
Emphasis: Upcoming nominating team and that members will be receptive to the calling of ministry needs.
Thelca Phillips (April’s mother) – concussion
Family at Stonehill Christian Academy – concern for their safety
June Ayers –health issues
Zola Clark (friend of April Phillips) – premature newborn
Eric Whichelow’s extended family – family issues
Daniel and Megan Christian and daughter Anabella – spiritual issues
Yolanda Jacoby (Roberto’s sister’s mother-in-law) – stage 4 cancer
Teatsy Farris – lung cancer
Dorothy Holm (Brent’s mother) – recovering from a broken pelvis
Steve Budd (Silvia Covarrubias’ brother-in-law) – bone tumor
Rhonda Spickard (Adam’s mother) – health problems
Miguel Guillet – cancer and other health issues
Maureen Utz (Meri Holm’s friend) – severe health issue with leg
Lynn Marquis’ father – recovering from colon surgery
Kris Hoch (friend of Chris Huggins) – stage IV pancreatic cancer
Ken Brown (David Jensen’s father-in-law) – recovering from throat surgery
Julieth Dick – health issues
Julie Davis (Ann Daluz’ sister) – mental and health issues
Jim Underwood (friend of the Julers) – brain cancer
Helen Ing (Eileen deJong’s mother) – health issues
Gracie Kitchens (friend of Eldon Jensen) – in rehab
Elizabeth Cole (Ciara Parks mother) – recovering from surgery
Eddie Stevens (Rhona’s nephew) – severe health problems
Diane Yates (Sarah Wolverton’s friend) – breast cancer
Deona Fornis (Rhona Ballarta’s sister) – brain tumor
Demi Garduque (Chinyere Ukegbu’s friend) - end-stage renal disease
Bill and Sandy Cutshall (friends of the Ballartas) – breast cancer and other health issues
If you have a prayer request or praise, send it to PrayForMe@stonehillchurch.org.
Dance Hall Becomes School
No Seventh-day Adventists lived on Ebeye [EE-by] Island when the Adventist Church signed a U.S. government contract to oversee its sole hospital in 1980. Nojab worked as a nurse at the hospital and her husband, Rellong, was Ebeye’s police chief. The new head nurse, Jerry Whitland, invited Rellong and Nojab to take Bible studies. They agreed and started studying the Bible with Jerry. Then Nojab’s cousin, an Adventist pastor, and two church leaders from Guam arrived and asked permission to open a school. After receiving consent from other tribal leaders, permission was given to turn one of Rellong’s buildings, which had been a dance hall and bingo parlor, into a school. After 3 years of studying, Nojab and Rellong were baptized, becoming the first Adventists on the island.
People notice that Nojab is always smiling and they ask why. She has had some trials and roadblocks but God always opens a way. In 1987, her husband was airlifted to Hawaii for emergency treatment for an abscess in his lungs. Doctors were not sure he would make it but due to prayer, her husband walked out of the hospital in 5 days. A few years later, a baby boy was born to Nojab’s brother. The baby’s head grew larger and larger. The doctor announced he had fluid on the brain and he had to be airlifted to Hawaii. Again the family prayed – on the plane and again while waiting to see the doctor. When the doctor examined the boy, he could find no fluid. The boy’s head had shrunk back to normal size. He was healed! Nojab says “I believe in the power of prayer. I smile because of God. I give everything to Him, and I believe that He will provide everything.”
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