July 12 Bulletin

CALL TO WORSHIP:
I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.
Luke 15:7

Worship Service 10:30
Service Leader Eric Isaac
Singing
Dismissal for Children’s Church
Announcements
Offering (General Fund)
Mission Report – Kim Kornelsen
Scripture Reading
Sermon – Kyle Dueck
Prayer & Praise
Closing

Next Sunday:
Sermon: Eric Isaac Read – Romans 2:17-3:8
Mission Report: Glenn Plett
Offering – General Fund

This Week
Monday, July 13
MCS Board Meeting 7:30 PM

Wednesday, July 15
Care Group Night

Friday, July 17
Ice Cream Night @ MCS 7-9 PM

Thrift Shop:
14th: Rose, Caroline K
15th: Mary, Jalysia
16th: Norma, Sarah
17th: Janice, YOU???
18th: Janet, Lukas

Remember in your prayers:
Gospel Music Jamboree in Redcliffe, Alberta, planned for this summer, July 24 & 25. Please pray for the groups coming out to sing, for the planning and preparation that goes into an event like this, for good weather, and for many people to show up to hear the presentation of the gospel music and testimony, etc.
The Bridge (Youth for Christ Drop-in Centre)

Congratulations to Matt and Kara on the arrival of their daughter, Aubrey Jo, born
July 5!

Upcoming Events
Brian and Ruth Dyck (ministerial couple from Riverton Gospel Chapel) are leaving for South Sudan to do relief work. All are welcome to one of the two commissioning services. One service will be Sunday, July 19th during the regular morning worship time (10:45-12:15ish). The second one is planned for Tuesday July 21st, 6 pm. This will be a potluck BBQ at RGC followed by a gathering for praise and worship. There is more info on their work on the church lobby bulletin board.
Note From the Deacons:
In order to show our church’s support for Beaver Creek Bible Camp, we have forwarded $10,000 from the HCA sale monies to the BCBC “Save the Shoreline” project.

Check Out in the Library
Taken by Dee Henderson. Shannon Bliss finally escapes abduction and a coerced life of crime by faking her own death. But when the public learns the story, media attention threatens her brother’s run for governor and provokes her former captors to silence her. Can Shannon unlock the secrets of her kidnapping—and regain true freedom?

Hope Lifter by Kathe Wunnenberg. How often do women see a friend in distress or crisis, but feel helpless to really make a difference? This book includes simple, practical ways that show how acts of creative compassion can transform lives. Daily opportunities to make a difference in hurting lives are limitless. The perfect book for women who want to spread hope in their friendships, workplace, neighborhoods, and homes, and ideal for those in caring roles in churches and ministries.

C & C Campout!
When: July 17-19
Where: Camp Morton
What: Many options for activities – potential golf tournament, volleyball, fireside, “guest” speakers, lawn games, and of course, FOOD!!
Cost: Approximately $29.97 per person (the more people who come, the CHEAPER it gets!!) RSVP Date is July 12
– Let Greg, Carlie, Galen, Phil, Michelle, Daniel or Chrissy know if you
are planning to come!