How Can We Assist Members In Need of Our Help?

I found it difficult to rest last night because my thoughts were consumed with a young man who was baptized in the Youth Crusade two weeks ago. After responding to the call of God to became a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Demontry Ferguson now find himself in a situation where he is unemployed, in need of a place to live, and recently his life has been threatened.

The Apostle Paul tells us in 2 Corinthians 12:9 that God’s grace is sufficient for us to triumph over our trials. As Demontry exercises his faith in God, I invite you to join me in prayer for this young man and others who might be in a similar situation. Additionally let us extend our arms of love in tangible ways and let Demontry know that he is not facing his trials alone.

Consider This!

If every Adventist who needed their car washed this weekend would say to Demontry I would let you clean my car; it would make a difference. In fact if we do this every week he would have a permanent Job. What are some of the other ways we can provide real help for those in need of our assistance?

Notes from the President’s Desk!

The Centreville Seventh-day Adventist Church Celebrates its 50th Anniversary this weekend.
- Friday Evening’s Speaker: Pastor Michael Smith, President: Turks and Caicos Mission.
- Sabbath, Divine Hour Speaker. Pastor Leonard Johnson: President: Atlantic Union Conference Mission.

Best Wishes During This Holiday Season

Happy Holidays and remember to be safe, kind and loving to as many people as we possibly can. This is how we live the gospel.

The Samaritan’s Purse

Have you contributed to the Samaritan’s Purse at your Church? Ask your Pastor how you can be a part of this ministry.

Text For Today

In as much as you have done it unto one of the least of these my children you have done it unto me. Matthew 25:40 King James Version

Quote for Today

The Savior sympathized with people, ministered to their needs, and then bid them to follow Him (paraphrase). Ministry of Healing page 143 Ellen G. White.
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