ALL CHURCH POTLUCK: This Sabbath, November 9, is an all-church potluck. Please bring enough food to feed your family and guests. Our final all-church potluck of 2019 will be December 14.
IMAGINE NASHVILLE: November 23, from 2-4 p.m. at the Church Street Park, 600 Church Street, Nashville 37219. Area Adventist Churches are invited to worship God through serving our neighbors currently struggling with homelessness. We will be meeting their needs in various ways. To volunteer or for more information contact one of our pastors.
ADVENTURER CAMPOREE: The Adventurer Camporee will be held again this weekend, November 8-10, 2019 at Indian Creek Camp. Please visit our website for more information at: kytnadventurers.com
SINGLES POTLUCK AT OASIS SDA CHURCH: On November 9, after church (approximately 12:30 pm), there will be a singles potluck at the Oasis SDA Church. Attend not only for the food, but also for the fellowship. Your input is needed to brainstorm ideas for future singles events. If you are unable to make it to the potluck and would like to be on the mailing list, please send your contact information to email@example.com or call Peggy at 706-508-9788.
MARTIN YOUNG IN CONCERT: On Saturday, November 16 at 5 pm Martin Young will be having a concert (an Evening of Praise) here at the church. Martin Young is a singer and songwriter from Chattanooga, TN. He has been writing Christian music and using his voice to praise God for most of his life. Martin’s fresh and original music uplifts, inspires and conveys emotion in an open and personal way – a genuine expression of praise. For more information about Martin and his music visit www.martinyoungmusic.com.
FALL FESTIVAL: Madison Academy’s Autumn Harvest Festival will be November 16, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Come dressed in your fall attire and be ready for great food and activities for all ages. All proceeds go to support the 2020 Senior Class.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Mark your calendars for our Christmas Concert at 5 p.m. on December 21, here in the Sanctuary.
GUATEMALA MISSION TRIP NEEDS: We will be going to Guatemala November 22 and would appreciate donations of younger kids clothing, hot wheel cars and beanie babies. We are in the process of raising funds to be able to purchase land for a church building for next year. Currently we are raising $20,000 for both evangelistic projects. There will be a donation box in the Sanctuary foyer. Monetary Donations can be made in your tithe envelope marked Guatemala Mission.
HOMESCHOOL AT MADISON FARM: Homeschool Tuesdays at The Madison Farm on the first Tuesday of the month.
Story time starts at 9:00 am followed by:
– see what’s growing at the farm
– get dirty at the farm (dig, plant, weed, build with us!)
– parent collaboration with the farmers for curriculum application
– $3/school-aged child
“THE POWER OF PRAYER”: These words are so familiar, yet sometimes we forget what they mean. Prayer help us find strength for today and hope for the future. Prayer is not a thing to be taken lightly or to be used infrequently.
The quality of your spiritual life will be in direct proportion to the quality of your prayer life. Prayer changes things, and it changes you. Today, instead of turning things over in your mind, turn them over to God in prayer. Instead of worrying about your next decision, ask God to lead the way. Pray constantly about things great and small. God is listening, and He wants to hear from you now.
“The intense prayer of the righteous is very powerful. ” – James 5:16
Let’s experience together The Power of Prayer Wednesdays at 6 PM in Room 109.
LADIES’ BIBLE STUDY: “His Word Alive” is an inductive Bible study on the book of John. It is held Friday mornings at 9:30 am in Pastor Julie’s office. Sign up by calling Pastor Julie at 615-969-1287.
OPPORTUNITY AT MADISON ACADEMY: Seeking an Accounting Assistant for a full-time, hourly position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Accounts payable, Rental property management, Receipting, AR data entry, Student payroll processing. If you love working with people, are detail-oriented and a quick learner, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Interviews by appointment only.
OPPORTUNITIES AT MADISON ACADEMY LAUNDRY: Allegiant Linen Service/Madison Academy Laundry is looking for:
- A Driver (non CDL). Applicant must have a clean driving record, be hardworking, reliable and customer service-oriented.
- A Maintenance/Mechanic for Linen Service Company. This position requires a wide verity of mechanical skills. Pay is dependent on skills and experience.
Please contact Jerry Mangrum (615-868-4646) for more info regarding these positions and/or to schedule an interview.
SOUTHERN UNION POSITION: The Southern Union Conference is currently accepting applications for an Accountant position in the Treasury Department. If interested, please go to www.southernunion.com/employment
MEN’S MINISTRIES EVENTS:
LADIES STAYCATION RETREAT: Attention all Madison Campus Church ladies ages 18 to 100+! Save the weekend of February 28 and 29, 2020 for a staycation retreat at Embassy suites by Hilton in Nashville!!! Invite your moms, daughters, sisters, and best friends to come join you for some relaxing bonding time “away”. Watch for more details.
GREAT CONTROVERSY PROJECT: Praise God for the work He’s doing through MCC and The Great Controversy Project! Hendersonville’s zip code 37075 is 77% completed. That’s 21,577 deliveries! Who knows the number of souls that have been brought to truth through your ministry! Again, praise God! Let’s continue to spread these books as “leaves of Autumn” to finish the last 23%. The delivered book is $1.10. Just mark your tithe envelope, the Great Controversy Project.
403 COMMUNITY SERVICES: Colder temperatures are here! Time to break out the coats! Speaking of coats…the 403 Center is in need of men’s, women’s and children’s coats as well as warm blankets. The chill in the air can be difficult to handle without a warm coat or blanket. Thank you for remembering the 403 and those who receive assistance there, in your prayers.
BAGS OF LOVE: There are tags on the Christmas Tree in front of the Bags of Love display with items listed that are needed to fill the bags. Please help this ministry by taking a tag and bringing items you are donating to the baskets by the Christmas Tree.
CARE MINISTRY: The CARE ministry sends out cards to congratulate, appreciate, reach out and encourage. Let us know in what way we can best serve you. Please provide name, address, and situation. If you are interested/passionate and called by God to join this card ministry, please let us know. Inform by email or text Glendyle Levinskas 865-306-7455 email@example.com
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