There is power in the name of Jesus

date: 
Sunday, June 26, 2022

Call to Worship

# 63 Like a rock

# 653 Nothing is lost on the breath of God

Announcements

Report from Central Plains Conference

Offering

Children’s Story – Wanda Stauffer

Scripture – Philippians 2:9-11

Sermon – “There is power in the name of Jesus”

Break every chain – special music from Berbida

Sharing and prayer

Theme Verses

Sending Song - Yesu ndeko na bolingo

Benediction

 

Assisted listening devices and large print hymnals are available at the audio-visual desk.

The cry room has a speaker so you can continue to listen to the service if you need to step out of the sanctuary.

 

2022 Theme - Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility regard others as better than yourselves. Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others. - Philippians 2:3–4

 

Servers

Message from Vincent

Worship Leader - Dave Nickel

Music Leader – Thad & Jennifer Miller

Next Children’s Story –

 

Calendar

Thursdays – Foodnet – Contact Dallas Schlegel to help Wed (pickup) or Thurs (setup, distribution, or cleanup)

 

For the week of June 19, we had 74 in attendance, with a few more on Zoom.

Announcements

Next week we will read Phil 1:18b-30.

 

Please accept our heartfelt thanks for all the ways you assisted in helping us care for our wife, mother, and grandmother Arylis Goertzen. You were there with us in so many different ways with your prayers, visits, phone calls, texts and food. We cannot say thank you enough. We appreciated your thoughtfulness and it meant so much to us to have you help us out along the difficult journey we just completed. Thanks so very much. -Dick and the families of Candace, Holly and Robbyn.
"We were supposed to spend the rest of our lives with her. And then we realized... she spent the rest of her life with us. We smile because we know she loved us till the day she went away. And she will keep loving us... till the day we're together again."

Here's a link to our mowing schedule: https://fmclincoln.org/mowing. Thanks, Wade and Caleb, for putting it together, and many other, for mowing:-)

 

We are renewing our group membership to Anabaptist World. Several of us are renewing (it's $39 per year). Please talk to Jennifer Miller if you would like to be added to the list.

 

The 2022 directory was attached to last week's email. There are paper copies in the mailbox bank.

 

Kaylynn Weber is going to Camp Mennoscah! Please help her get the most from the camp experience by sending a letter or postcard (food items are not accepted).  If she receives a certain amount of mail each day, she will have to sing for her mail. Kaylynn will be at camp 6/26-7/1. If you would like to send them mail, contact her parents for the address. 

 

Sky Chief Springs Siding Bee Thursday, 7/7 - Saturday 7/9. Come see the Brubacher's new property near Cambridge and help put up new siding on the house! Enjoy the 28 acres of springs, old trees, and native prairie, and put your tools to use. :-)  Food and space to camp or sleep indoors provided. Talk to Gordon, Rhonda or Sara Brubacher for more details. RSVP to Sara.

 

CONFERENCE PRAYER REQUEST - Today Laurel Swartzendruber is being licensed toward ordination at Wayland Mennonite Church for her ministry as a hospice chaplain. Pray for God's blessing on Laurel's ministry as she walks with those who are dying.