This Sunday’s Service April 7, 2019
Go Big or Go Home Mark 2:17
Ushers: Ed Davis, John Bertram, DeWayne Bryan, Jeremie Frazier
0 – 2 1/2 yrs Upstairs Nursery: Lori Binford, Karina Martinez
2 1/2 – 3 yrs Downstairs Nursery: Toney & Ashley Hatton
4 -5 yr Pre-School Children’s Church: Marcy Bunce
Ushers: Ed Davis, Ray Anderson, Youth
0 – 2 1/2 yrs Upstairs Nursery: Michelle & Jenna Morford
2 1/2 – 3 yrs Downstairs Nursery: Traci & Cambrey Ballard
4 -5 yr Pre-School Children’s Church: Jessica Brown, Jan Rush
Thank you for all your support for the Red Wheel Fundraiser! The food will be delivered to the church on Wednesday, April 10, for the kids to pick up between 4:00-5:00pm. Be on the lookout for kids to be delivering food shortly after.
Help needed! “Beauty and the Beast” is coming quickly and the musical support staff needs YOU!! Snacks and/or meals are needed for show days for the well deserving, hardworking cast! Please contact Ryan Haase for a list of items to make/purchase or if you are interested in making a monetary donation to this cause! Thank you for your support!
Everence® Financial Advisor Scott Luty will be visiting western Kansas Tuesday, April 9 – Thursday, April 11. To schedule a meeting with Scott, please contact Sandy Popp at 877-893-8647 or email@example.com.
The Barclay College “Beauty and the Beast” show weekend is next weekend, April 12-14! Tickets are still on sale for the 4 performances (Saturday, 3:00pm show added).
You’re invited Easter morning, April 21, to come and enjoy fellowship time starting at 10:00am. The church is supplying extra cinnamon rolls, donuts and fruit. No children’s-college Sunday School Easter morning.
The last Faithweavers and meal will be April 17. If you are able to provide cookies for the next 2 Wednesdays, please let Traci know and drop them off in the kitchen by Wednesdays at 5:00pm. Thank you!
Men’s Ministry Sporting Clays event
Men’s Ministry Event rescheduled for Sunday, April 28, at Shady Creek Sporting Clays in Belle Plaine, KS. They will leave Haviland at 1:00pm and return around 8:00pm. The cost to shoot is $24 for 50 target rd (doesn’t include ammo). Contact Jeremie Frazier to reserve a spot/questions.
Spiritual Formation at Barclay College
You are invited to the Spiritual Formation on the campus of Barclay College at the Ross Ellis Fine Arts Center April 9-11. The speaker is Danny White, founder of the organization “Lead with Liberty.”
Wired by God with a teacher’s heart, Danny White has a passion to encourage other leaders with the wisdom he’s picked up from over thirty years studying leadership. He is a retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel, Husband to Nora, father to nine children, and author of the book A Widower’s Walk: From Desert to Destiny. Here is the conference schedule:
Tuesday, April 9, 10:50am : “Enduring…with Joy”
Tuesday, April 9, 6:30pm: “Lessons Learned During Calling #1”
Wednesday, April 10, 6:30pm: “Leading with Liberty: Become Who You Were Born to Be”
Thursday, April 11, 10:50am: “Shepherd Leadership: A Model, Thousands of Years Old”
2019 Easter Offering
North American Friends have been sending missionaries to Africa for the last 117 years. It started with Kenya in 1902, then Burundi in 1934 and Rwanda in 1986. The number of missionary units (singles, married couples, and families) that have gone is upwards of 120.
How many Friends missionary units are in Africa now? As far as we know, only two. One of those serves in Rwanda with EFM. They are Brad, Chelsea, Sarai, and Gideon Carpenter. What does the low number of missionary units in Africa tell us? (more information at friendsmission.com)
More often than not Friends missionaries have landed among people who live in poverty. This has certainly been true in Africa. Over these many years missionaries have felt compelled to start schools, orphanages, hospitals, micro-businesses, and churches to minister to the whole person. The constant challenge has been how to help people in such a way that they actually emerge from poverty and become fully alive to God, to one another, to themselves, and to the places the Creator has made for them. In other words, how can they flourish for the glory of God in all the relationships that are part of life? Money, programs, and institutions in themselves are not the answer.
During the last fifteen years or so Rwanda has been a training ground for EFM missionaries and African Friends leaders in what can be called “Whole-Life Discipleship.” The Navigators have been our teachers and coaches in a method called, “Discipling for Development.” We often shorten the name to “D for D.” This approach to making disciples of Jesus Christ has been gathering momentum and is now spreading to Burundi and the Congo. We see God the Father using it to conform people into the image of His Son and to also carry out the Great Commission in Rwanda and beyond.
NEW EXHIBIT TO OPEN IN MAY
The Haviland Heritage Foundation would like to honor our Haviland area veterans and our nurses (not necessarily military) in our early summer exhibits. If you have any pictures, memorabilia, or clothing that you would like to donate or loan to the Foundation Museum for a few months, please contact Lori Binford (620-388-0995) or Sheri Elliott (862-7200).
Beginning the first Saturday of May, the Museum will be open from 9:00am – 4:00pm each Saturday of the summer. We would appreciate your help as a volunteer to be a host or hostess for a few hours on a summer day. Contact Jeanne Sneed (862-5448) to get your preferred spot on the schedule.
Barclay College’s presentation of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”
Barclay College’s presentation of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” is April 12-14 in the Ross-Ellis Center for Arts and Ministry on the campus in Haviland, Kansas.
Show times are April 12 and 13 at 3:00 and 7:00 pm and April 14 at 3:00 pm. Tickets $11.50 for VIP Seating and $7 for General Admission. Tickets can be purchased at https://barclaycollege.edu/tickets or by calling 1-800-838-3006.
In addition, “Belle’s Tea Party” is planned for adults and children on Friday, April 12, 4:00 pm, Ross-Ellis Center on the Barclay Campus. Reservations are required by phone to (620) 862-5252.
Watch the promotional video at: https://youtu.be/VJUtT2E3UzY.
Randi Shetley of Branson, Missouri, will direct the musical at Barclay College. She directed last year’s highly successful production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and brings years of experience in the theatrical world. The creative team also includes vocal direction by Jared Ross, choreography by Traci Ballard, and technical direction by Casey Roberts. Lighting Design will once again be by Marki Sulzbach (Atlanta, GA), a Barclay graduate who has worked professionally around the nation including Universal Studios, Orlando, and Sight and Sound Theatres in both Strasberg, Pennsylvania, and Branson, Missouri. Set design is by Shane Shetley who also has extensive professional theatrical experience.
The cast includes both Barclay students and local community members. They will bring the familiar fantasy story to life, with authentic costumes, beautiful music, dazzling lighting, and a bit of theatrical magic.
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is presented through special arrangement with Music Theater International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com
1 Timothy 2:1
“I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people—“
Praises and Prayer requests:
Pray for the pastors and staff at HFC
- Todd and Brockie Follette, Cadie, Christa & Parker, Craig & Brooke and Clinton, Renae & Bryce
- KC and Brad Lingafelter, Shayna, Sierra, Seth, Shelby, Sawyer, Selah & Samuel Jude
- Michael and Mallorie Scott, Everett & Esli
Pray for the Leadership: Trent Jacks, Ryan Haase, Steve Davis, DeWayne Bryan, Keith White, Ryan Oren, Kaye Hardinger, Glenn Leppert, Cathy Martinez and Royce Frazier
Pray for: Junior High and High School youth group and staff and the FaithWeavers children and leaders.
Pray for Barclay College, Home Again, Siete Ejidos, Sinaloa, Youth Core Ministries and the Haviland Rehabilitation Center
Pray for those battling illness: Chuck Townsend, Jason Le Shana, Sheryl Schoonover and Paul Ross. Paul Ross is at the Pratt Rehab & Residence Center and will be there while he is recovering. Visitors welcome!
Wednesday Night Activities
Sandwiches for Teens and kids: 5:30-6:00pm
Junior High Youth Group (Youth Room): 6:00-7:30pm
Bible Study for adults at the Ross-Ellis Center: 6:30-7:30pm
High School Youth Group (Youth Room): 7:45-9:30pm
9:15-10:20am Women’s Sunday School class at Brockie’s house
9:30-10:15am Sunday School hour at the church
Room 111- led by Dr. Glenn Leppert & Dr. Fred Johnson
Children’s Sunday School Age 3-5th grade – classrooms in basement
Junior High – meets in prayer room across from Todd’s office
High School/Young adult/College – meets at the Youth Room
10:00-10:25 Fellowship Time with coffee and cinnamon rolls
To find current events in our regional area go to http://www.efcmaym.org.
To find current events with our missionaries, go to http://www.friendsmission.com.