Sabbath, Feb 17th
9:30 AM Sabbath School
10:45 AM Worship Service
Speaker: John McGhee
Message: Holy Resuscitation
Offering: Local Church Ministries
All Church Fellowship Meal
WOOL Sock Drive
Wednesday, Feb 21st
6:00 PM Prayer Meeting with Mark (call Mark @ 360-840-7457 for more information)
Thursday, Feb 22nd
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM Love & Laundry @ Friendship House
7:00 AM Band of Brothers meet @ Billy’s Cafe in Burlington, 316 E Fairhaven Ave, Burlington, WA 98233. Contact Ron Everett at 541-778-8420 For more information
Friday, Feb 23rd
7:00 AM Community Services Fellowship @ Whidbey Coffee in Burlington 1960 Marketplace Drive”, Burlington “(near Home Depot)
Feb 24th TBA
March 3rd Mark Everett
March 10th John McGhee / Jackie C
March 17th John McGhee
March 24th Randy Salt
March 31st Arlene Salt
John K McGhee
February 17, 2018
Mount Vernon SDA Church
- Why did God breathe into Adam’s nose to give him life instead of “talking” him into existence?
- Did God breathe both thoughts and words into Bible authors to create scripture?
- How does God breathe into His Body to keep us alive (Holy Resuscitation)?
I am happy to invite you to be aware that a new SS cell group has started at 9:30 am. I will be working with Mark Everett and others to coordinate this Bible study / fellowship group.
In 14 weeks we’ll cover some basic truths which bind the Seventh-day Adventist Family together. Our textbook will be the Bible supported by the classic work by Ellen G. White, The Great Controversy.
Tomorrow, 9:30 am, in the family room, we will study the early Christian Church as described in Acts 2. The following Sabbath we will study about how to have a relationship with one God who has chosen to reveal Himself as a Spirit, a human being named Jesus Christ, and a Father in heaven.
Look for a list of topics in your mailboxes next week.
If you want to review some delightful truths, or you would like to bring someone who is inquisitive about what Seventh-day Adventists believe, this may be just what you are looking for.
Thanks for Your Support! Spaghetti Lunch, Sunday, February 25 at 1:00 p.m. The high school students at Skagit Adventist Academy would like to show their appreciation for ALL who have helped establish and support our school. If you would like to join us for this celebration, please RSVP by Wed., Feb. 21 to 360-755-9261 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A new Adventist generation is putting their God-given talents to work in February as nearly 400 students from around Washington State have gathered at Auburn Adventist Academy for their annual Music Festival. Thanks to your support of these young people, in the WA Youth Offerings for the month of February, they are learning what God has for their future through music and mentoring. Please respond especially generously to the offering call on February 24th for these … God’s Kids.
Tomorrow will be a blessing because you supported them today!
Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Do not allow yourself to struggle from this curable disease. Join Dr. Nedley, a leading physician in mental health treatment and research, as he walks you through the Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program. With this comprehensive program you will find the keys to a new life in just eight weeks. When you sign up for this program you will receive access to not only the 8-part DVD series but also the workbook and additional reading materials, which reinforce lessons from the DVD presentations and workbook exercises. Take advantage of this opportunity now and learn how you can overcome depression and anxiety, find motivation to help you achieve your goals, and achieve optimal mental health.
- How To Improve Your Brain
- Lifestyle Therapies For Depression And Anxiety
- Nutrition For The Brain
- How Thinking Can Defeat Depression Or Anxiety
- Making And Staying With Positive Lifestyle Choices
- Stress Without Distress
- Overcoming Loss
- Enhancing Frontal Lobe Function
Come to an Introductory/Information session on February 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the North Cascade SDA Church to see if the program is right for you. The class will start on Monday, March 12 and last for eight weeks. Class size is limited and there is a fee. If you have any questions, please call (360) 848-7711.
Join us at the Lincoln Theatre, 712 S 1st Street in Mount Vernon, from 6:30 pm – 8:30pm on Thursdays from February 15th – March 22nd for the following films:
The Skagit Volunteer Center Website is a great way to respond to the needs of our community. The first step is to create an account, personalize it to what interests you. This flyer will help you get started! It is fast and easy. After you set up your user account, you are free to roam the site and respond to the needs of the community.
If you have any questions contact Susan Rowe, email@example.com or (360) 588-5731 or stop by at 2221 Riverside Dr., Mount Vernon, and we will gladly help you set up your account!
Encourage others to listen on air or online. Keep the station in your prayers as they begin producing local programming. Listen for the Health Minute with Dr. Barry Bacon, Dinner with the Doctor, and an upcoming preparedness seminar. Remember, podcasts are always available. www.radiooflife.org.
Ongoing | Various locations in Skagit County
Community Action’s Volunteer services program recruits and coordinates community volunteers to provide direct services for elderly and disabled adults.
Among the services we provide are housekeeping, shopping, meal preparation, yard work, transportation, moving assistance, firewood stacking in the winter, minor home repair, and more as we strive to help clients remain living independently in their own homes.
Right now they have a big need for volunteers to help out with, driving seniors to appointments, housework, moving, and small home repairs.
For more information visit: www.skagitvolunteercenter.org.
Friday Night Sundown: 5:33 PM
Sabbath Evening Sundown 5:34 PM