Sunday, Oct 20, 2019 – no service

Don’t forget that this Sunday I will be preaching in North Carolina for Lutherans For Life.  So, you can either make your way 1,055 miles to worship with me or you can go 7 miles up the road and worship with our friends at Bethany.
We will gather once again in a week, October 27, to celebrate Reformation Sunday.
Upcoming events:
October 19 – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm – Sheldahl UMC Women Bazaar and Bake Sale
October 19 – 10:30 am – 1:00 pm – Sheldahl UMC Women Chicken Noodle Dinner ($8.00 adults, $4.00 children)
October 20 – 9:25 am – Combined worship at Bethany (I’m preaching for LFL in North Carolina)
October 27 – 9:00 am – Worship at Shepherd of the Prairie
November 3 – 9:25 am – Combined worship at Bethany (I’m preaching for LFL in Pennsylvania)
November 9 – 9:00 am – 3:30 pm – Iowa LCMC Gathering – Faith Lutheran Church, Spencer, IA
November 10 – 10:30 am – Officers Meeting after worship
November 17 – 9:25 am – Combined worship at Bethany (I’m doing workshops for LFL in California)
In your prayers this week:

The Tjernagels in Spain; Pastors Duggi, Swen, David, Dake, Moksha, Peter, Jonathan, and Jayasingh as they minister in India

Janis and Ieva Diekonts, Don Richman, and David Breidenbach as they conduct mission work in Latvia and other parts of eastern Europe.
The people of South Sudan and Ethiopia as civil war continues to rage – and for the South Sudanese Christians who have been forced to flee to Ethiopia

The children and staff at the Bethany-Good Shepherd Orphanage in Tanuku.  PLEASE prayerfully consider whether you could help out with a donation to help out the orphanage.

The members of the Lutheran Church in Gudipadu, Andhra Pradesh, as they rebuild their church.  Pastor Duggi is beginning a ministry to help aging women in their village.  Support of all kinds is needed.

Our nation and its leaders – for a return to God and the values on which this country was built

I pray that the rest of your week goes well, and I look forward to worshiping with you this Sunday at 9:00 am.

Blessings,

Scott

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