Pray for our Call Committee and the man whom God will provide to fill our Associate Pastor opening.
Pray for our weekly “Fantastic Fridays” ministry that started in September, as we reach out to children in our neighborhood from K-8th grade in English and many of their parents in Chinese. God has been blessing this joint outreach ministry between our English and Chinese departments.
Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Pentecost (Series A) November 26, 2017 Gospel: Matthew 25:31-46 Epistle: 1 Cor 15:20-28 Lesson: Ezek 34:11-16, 20-24 Psalm: Psalm 95:1-7a CLB Commentary – Prof. Brad Pribbenow In college I came into possession of an old cassette tape (!) of Keith Green’s music. Keith Green is perhaps best known as the co-writer of
Pray for our Jr. High Youth as they gather for a lock-in. Pray for meaningful conversations and for relationships to be strengthened with our youth. Many are not from our church and we pray that the truth of the Gospel will take root and grow and then be spread throughout the surrounding communities.
Our Women’s Mission Fellowship will be hosting the Fall Festival Dinner tonight. Our guest will be Steve Fry from Platte, SD. Pray that Steve’s message will be blessed.
We recently began the Financial Peace University program as both a means to help our church families steward God’s resources better and as a means to reach out to our community. Pray for those attending that both objectives will be accomplished.
Pray for the team of workers from Bethel that are headed to TX to give hurricane relief aid. Pray for safety and that God will use their work there to connect people to Jesus.
Pilgrim hosts a Veteran’s Day dinner for veterans and their guests. Pray that this is a good outreach and meaningful celebration.
Pray for the elders from Bethesda who will gather this weekend on a retreat. Pray that as they gather God will visit them with special favor as they plan our Lord’s next steps for ministry.
Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost (Series A) November 19, 2017 Gospel: Matthew 25:14-30 Epistle: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 Lesson: Zephaniah 1:7-16 Psalm: Psalm 90:1-12 CLB Commentary – Rev. Bill Helland The “it” in verse 14, refers back to verse 1, which began; “At that time the kingdom of heaven will be like…” This parable then is another
There will be a fall cluster meeting today and tomorrow in Billings, MT. The focus of this Leadership Retreat will be how our personal faith narrative effects biblical church membership. Pray for those attending.
In the Old Testament we are given the story of a prophet named Elijah. Because of the corruption around him, Elijah falsely believed he was the last follower of God in Israel. After a brave encounter with those who desired to silence him, Elijah retreated to a cave hoping to hear the Word of the