Pastor Ken Reports – January 17, 2020

Share each other’s burdens, and in this way obey the law of Christ.
Isaiah 43:19 (NLT)
What a great week! I have thoroughly enjoyed spending time with you each evening during our 4TH Annual Week of Prayer. While things have been busy, it has been a great chance to grow together spiritually and as a community. If you haven’t participated its not to late. Tonight we meet for supper and worship from 6 to 7 pm. Leading worship is our own, Daniel Bondaczuk. Many thanks to all those who have helped provide meals every evening!
BIG THINGS IN JANUARY
This Sabbath, January 18, I will be preaching. The sermon is the finale of our THRIVE kickoff for this year. You will have an opportunity to take the THRIVE in 2020 Challenge.
Saturday evening, January 18, at 5 pm we will be having a church business meeting. On the agenda is approval of our church budget, approval of changes to the Madison Campus Elementary School constitution, and two requests for membership to be dropped.
Sunday, January 19, we will be airing the NFL AFC Division championship between our Nashville Titans and the Kansas City Chiefs. We will be showing the game in the youth room. Doors open at 1:45 pm and the game kickoff is at 2:10 pm. Bring a friend and a snack or drink to share.
Sabbath, January 25, is our annual Celebrate Recovery Sabbath. The CR team is planning an inspiring program that will be a blessing to you and your family.
Looking ahead to February, we will be celebrating Black History month with five fantastic speakers. Check out this space next week for more information about our events and speakers.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
CHURCH BUSINESS MEETING: There will be a church business meeting at 5 pm this Saturday, January 18, in the church fellowship hall.
2020 (2ND ANNUAL) MCC MISSION SURVEY: In January of 2019 we did a church wide mission survey. It’s a survey aimed to help our leadership see how we are doing with our MCC mission to love God, love people, and serve the world. If you did not fill out a paper survey last Sabbath you can get one from the kiosks in the lobbies or you can take our online survey by CLICKING HERE. On average the survey takes less than 3 minutes to fill out and is anonymous.
FATHER/DAUGHTER BANQUET: The 2020 Father/Daughter Banquet will be Saturday, January 25th. Doors Open at 6 p.m. and dinner seating at 6:30 p.m. at Paradise Ranch, 2701 Bidwell Rd., Springfield. Suggested attire is dress for girls, coat and tie for dads. $25/person. Dads of any age and daughters from first grade through high school.
To register online CLICK HERE. Questions: Contact Matt Demaree at 615-477-1416 or matthewdemaree@yahoo.com
NAOMI’S FELLOWSHIP: Naomi’s fellowship will meet February 16, at 2 p.m. in the down stairs fellowship hall.
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY OFFERING  ~ January 25, 2020. The Southern Union’s Religious Liberty Campaign runs from January to March, each year. We take one Sabbath each year to focus on religious freedom, because religious liberty can’t be taken for granted. Prayerfully consider what you want to give towards your Religious Liberty Offering.
THANK YOU: The family of Ellen Smith would like to thank our church family for the cards, food and prayers after the loss of our Mom. The support has meant so much to us during this difficult time. The families of Kim Allen and Shannon Prow
COLLEGE AGE: If you are college aged please join us in Adulting 101 where we explore life issues or just talk about things going on in your life. Every Sabbath at the Pathfinder building. Call or text Mary Ann Monroe if you have any questions. (615) 479-1657
DISHES ON CART: There are several dishes left from the Christmas Breakfast on the cart by the kitchen. Please pick yours up by January 18, as any remaining will be donated.
DISCOVER MADISON CAMPUS ELEMENTARY: Bring a friend and join us for story time and fun activities, Sunday, January 26 10am-11am, Kids 3-5 years old. We will explore art, science, music, and more!
LADIES STAYCATION RETREAT: Women’s Ministry team invites all our ladies ages 18-99+ to a Staycation one night retreat at Embassy Suites here in Nashville!! (You know you need it!!) Be inspired to love and trust Jesus more by listening to June Price. Let your heartstrings resonate with Misty Freeman’s sweet melodies. Reconnect with your friends and sisters in Christ! The event is happening Friday night and Sabbath, February 28, and 29, 2020. Register at:
Those wishing to attend must Register AND reserve a room by midnight, January 29.
WHEN GOD’S PEOPLE PRAY: Prayer Meeting has a new location. We will now be meeting on Wednesdays in the downstairs kitchen fellowship hall at 6 p.m. “Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we asked of Him.” (1 John 5:14-15) It is a wonderful thing to have a friend praying for you! It is a wonderful thing to have a husband or wife praying for you! It is a wonderful thing to have a parent praying for you! It is a wonderful thing to have a son or daughter praying for their mom and dad! It is a wonderful thing to know that someone is praying for you! “We do not value the power and efficacy of prayer as we should. Prayer and faith will do what no power on earth can accomplish.” (Ministry of Healing, p. 509)
COMMUNITY SERVICE: 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. Happy Sabbath!
GLOW IN THE DARK VOLLEYBALL: MCE Gymnasium February 8, Registration 6 pm Playing begins 6:30 pm $10/player 6 person team with at least 2 female players. Don’t forget to wear fluorescent colors! Concessions Available: Veggie Street Tocos, Street Corn & Salsa Bar, Quesadilla, Deserts & Drinks
2020 LEAD LIKE JESUS LEADERSHIP TRAINING: It is free this year and includes a meal on Sunday. Hyveth Williams, Professor of Homiletics at Andrews University Seminary, will be guest speaker at Madison Campus Church has agreed to share her expertise on leadership with us Sabbath afternoon and Sunday, February 1 and 2. Register at kytn.net
EVANGELISM BOOT CAMP: February 7-9, 2020 at ICC – Ralph Ringer, SU Director of Church Growth, and Kieth Noll, Ministerial Director of KY-TN Conference will be trainers and hosts. You will learn how to: Win Friends for Christ, Preach Dynamic Evangelistic Sermons, Use Computer Generated Graphics, Make Effective Calls and Do Soul Wining Visits. Remember God has a special assignment for you, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.” Mark 16:15. Ask your Pastor or Head Elder for a Registration Form (for more details and to register) today, and plan to attend this dynamic weekend! Registration deadline is January 27, 2020.
PRAYING FOR YOUR HUSBAND: Women’s Ministries is holding “Praying for Your Husband” on February 23, at the KYTN Conference Office.
CHURCH BUDGET
Church Budget Received 1/11 $ 7,384
Month to Date: $13,627
Needed Monthly: $53,900
Worthy Student Funds needed each school year: $32,000 Received to date: $15,797
NEWSLETTERS
Pastor Ken’s Contact Information
Office Phone: (615) 866-4776
Office Hours: By appointment
Remember to love God, love people, and serve the world this week!

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