Bible Reading - 11/18/2019
Ezekiel 8-10
1 Timothy 5

Welcome

Kids 4 Truth starts September 11th, 6:30-8pm

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Service Times



Highlights

  • Thanksgiving Dinner-Sunday, November 24th
    We will be having a Thanksgiving fellowship dinner on Sunday, November 24th at 6:00 P.M. Sign up here for what you would like to bring! Ham & Turkey will be provided by the church (we need volunteers to prepare it). We also need volunteers to help with set up, tear down, & kitchen clean up. Any questions, please contact Julie Turnis.
  • BRBC Prayer List
    Each week we put together a prayer list that is typed up and put in
    the bulletin. We hope this will be helpful in knowing how to pray specifically for the needs of those in our church.
    If you would like to be added to the prayer list please let Ashley Day([email protected]) or Renee Palermo ([email protected]) know!
    Please include how we can specifically pray for you.

    BRBC Prayer List
    Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus.
    1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

    Praises:
    • Freedom we have in our country to worship and attend church.
    • The free gift of salvation that God provided through His Son Jesus!


    Prayer Requests:
    • Pray for the Fall ministries: Kids4Truth, youth group, and adult Bible study. Pray that these ministries would be fruitful.

    • Joel Janss: Please pray that his current medication continues to work to keep his heart in rhythm and that they don't have to go to other measures to help.

    • Linda Januska: Pray for relief from the respiratory issues she has been dealing with. Pray for the appointments she has this month that her doctors will have wisdom for how to help.

    • Wanda Johnson: Pray that God will lead her to the right job to provide for her and Mai; also pray for her health as she is suffering through some back pain

    • Riley Richards has been attending K4T on Wednesday nights. His dad Andy Richards is having many health problems. Please pray for healing for his body and also that he can go back to work. Pray also for Riley's Grandpa, Elroy Streich.

    • William Loeffers: Healing of his eyesight and kidneys as he undergoes dialysis; pray that God would provide someone to help him after he has a kidney transplant

    • Pray for continual spiritual growth in our church.

    • Pray for opportunities for each of us to share the Gospel with those we come in contact with.

    • Pray that God would continue to bring people to our church who need the Gospel.

    • Pray for our President and leaders.

    • Pray for our Deacons: Randy Witte, Nate Day, and Gary McCool

    • Pray for our Pastor and family.

  • Missionary of the Month: Shepherds College
    Shepherds College is a ministry of Shepherds Ministries, in Union Grove, WI, that provides a 3 year college-centric education to individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities. They offer 3 vocational certificates and it is their aim to help students develop life skills & to be able to obtain gainful employment after graduation. Shepherds College began in 2008 with only 6 students but this year they have 95 students on campus!
    Prayer Requests
    • Financial needs for annual operating budget

    • Staffing needs. Please pray for God to connect us to the right people for these positions.

    • Pray for the students as they navigate life away from home, for their adaptation to our program and most importantly, please pray for them regarding eternal matters.

    • Pray for the staff. Pray for their walk with the Lord and that through Him and by His grace they would have the endurance, patience, creativity and strength to invest in the lives of each student they are called to serve.

    • God has given Shepherds College a vision for expansion. We are presently pursuing our first branch campus in Frisco, TX. We recently launched a feasibility study regarding a possible Shepherds College campus in Frisco. A series of 50-60 interviews will be conducted over the next few weeks. Pray that these interviews will provide clear direction for this opportunity to expand our work and fulfill our mission.

    Praises
    • We were recently able to purchase 2 vans at a great price to add to our fleet.

    • God has brought some wonderful & passionate staff to Shepherds College this year.

    • Increased enrollment & continued interest. We have our largest enrollment ever this year (95 students!) and a large amount of interest for next year.

    • By God's grace, the lives of young people with intellectual disabilities are being changed through the ministry of Shepherds College

  • Book Corner: Reunion by Mark Cahill
    Four high school seniors make a commitment to return to every high school reunion before they step onto the journey of life. Follow them from their 10th through 60th class reunions, and see how much their lives change. Which paths will they take and what influences will shape their choices? The real key is who is going to meet up together on the other side for the final reunion! Topics such as suicide, creation/evolution, absolute vs. relative truth, racism, homosexuality, Islam, and a host of other issues are covered with a quick pace and light-hearted humor. This realistic novel is set in the famous surroundings of Stone Mountain, GA that is rich in history. Glimpses of the Confederacy and Deep South are in view as the story unfolds. People have said it's a real page-turner that can be read in one sitting because it's so riveting and hard to put down! This book will have you thinking about your future and the future of those around you.