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In Touch July 11, 2017

Cornerstone Community Fellowship

In Touch – July 11, 2017

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME!

Church league softball continues this Thursday evening at 9 pm. All games are played at Newton Park in Lakeville. Bleacher seating, restrooms, concessions, playground and watching a bunch of guys trying not to hurt themselves! Come join the fun!

SPRUCE UP LAPAZ

Work detail this coming Saturday. Meet at the Ministry Center at 8 am for your assignment.

SUMMER CAMP

Brochures are available for Camp Shipshewana on the coffee bar.

BLOOD DRIVE

We will once again host our annual Red Cross Blood Drive on August 26th in the Worship Center from 10am-3pm. Signup sheet will be available soon. This was well received last year and we anticipate another great drive.

“BARGAIN AT THE PARK”

The Chain Breakers Ministry will be organizing a one-day yard sale at the Lapaz Community Park on, Saturday, July 22. They are looking for items from the congregation to be sold. No pricing necessary, this is a “make an offer” type of sale. All proceeds will be donated to the Park Dept. to upgrade and repair the current playground equipment. Start setting aside those items you want to donate. Billie Jo Roberts is the contact person.

BAPTISM

Let me know if you are interested in taking a step of baptism.

CHURCH CAMP OUT

This year’s camping will be August 4-6 with a potluck dinner on August 5th in the evening at 6pm and breakfast on Sunday morning. Plan now to join us, even if you aren’t camping!

PRAYER REQUEST

Keep my granddaughter, Haylie Cox, as well as the rest of the LaVille girl’s basketball team in your prayers as they travel to Costa Rica for a week of ministry in a local orphanage.

 

Building Fund giving this week: $120.00

Total to date: $457,977.21

Total available: $9,412.87

 

SILLY STORIES WITH STEVE

 “Counseling Help”

A man went to a counselor all upset. “You have to help me,” he said. “Sometimes I’m a wigwam. Other times I’m a tepee. It gets to be too much! I’m a wigwam! I’m a tepee!” “Calm down,” the counselor told him. “You just need to relax. You’re two tents.”

Your shepherd – Steve