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13521 N. Mill Rd, Spokane, WA 99208  509.466.1770  [email protected]  www.nbcspokane.org

July 13, 2018

Sunday Worship Services: 8:30 & 11 am  Sunday School: 10 am  Office Hours: Mon-Fri: 8 am - 5 pm

MONDAY, JULY 16

7:00 pm Men’s Basketball

TUESDAY, JULY 17

10:00 am Adult Bible Study 6:30 pm Women’s Team Meeting 6:40 pm College & Career (Warren’s)

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18

6:00 pm First Things First 6:00 pm Middle School House Party

“Catch My Drift“ (Part 3) Nehemiah 13:15-31

THURSDAY, JULY 19 7:00 pm Worship Team Rehearsal

FRIDAY, JULY 20

6:00 pm McCall Packing Party

SPOKANE AUGUST 9 - 7:30 PM County Fair & Expo Center

SATURDAY, JULY 21

McCALL MINISTRY TRIP

CHURCH CALENDAR: Visit our church calendar online:

http://nbcspokane.org/resources/events/calendar/

Click on an event for all the details.

WAYS TO ACCESS SERMONS WATCH LIVE (Sundays, 8:30 & 11:00 am) ONLINE SERMON ARCHIVES CD’s UPON REQUEST MANUSCRIPTS (foyer or online) NORTHVIEW APP

Beginning next Monday, July 16th, fencing will be put up which will surround the location of the construction and the staging area. Any visitors to the church, beginning next Monday, will need to park in the north parking area due to construction activities. It is important that no one use the south parking lot as surveyors will be marking construction boundaries for asphalt removal, excavation, grading etc. After the fencing is completed, it will be clear what areas will be available for parking. There will be some parking available in the south parking lot for Sundays, but we will need to keep it clear during the week. On Sunday, July 22, we will have a team in the parking lot directing you to the areas where you can park. We thank you for your patience as we navigate our way through our building project. It is so exciting to see this project begin and what the Lord will do! As things change from week to week, we will do our best to keep you updated.

HAPPENINGS IN CHILDREN’S MINISTRY: We are currently creating Teaching Teams (4-6 people per class) for the Fall. These team members can decide which Sunday mornings or Wednesday nights they are able to serve, (being each other’s substitutes), so if anyone were unable to teach, they would be covered by their team. This would be a great opportunity to serve as a Life Group or with friends. Please talk with Donna if you are interested in be on a Teaching Team.

HIGH SCHOOL July 15: Family Sunday School (Fellowship Hall) July 15: McCall Walk Through/Parents Meeting, 3:30 pm

SUNDAY - Family Sunday School (Fellowship Hall) TUESDAYS - 6:40 pm, Warren’s Home (10606 N.

OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE BEHIND-THE-SCENES We have received the “green light” from the Elders to go ahead to start painting and decorating in the Children’s Wing! If you would like to be a part of the fun group of folks on the painting crew please let Donna Robbins know via an email [email protected]! (We are hoping to get a lot done in the month of July!) This is so exciting to see what God is doing in the Children’s Ministry!

MIDDLE SCHOOL July 15 Family Sunday School (Fellowship Hall) July 18: House Party (6 pm)

“LIKE” our Facebook page NBC COLLEGE AND CAREER

Nelson, 99218) Fellowship/dinner and Bible study.

ADULT BIBLE STUDY - The Gospel of Luke Tuesday mornings, 10:00 am; taught by Pastor David Hara

The purpose of LIFE groups is to build authentic community where peoples’ relationships with God and other believers are challenged to grow deeper People don’t always want advice. Many times they just need someone with an ear to listen & a heart to understand. Stephen Ministries provide confidential, one-on-one, Christ-centered care for both men & women amidst difficult seasons.

continued . . . and more mature. If you’d like to be in a LIFE group, Contact Pastor David @ 466-1770, ext 310.

To talk to a Stephen Minister, contact Kathy Wright at 990-8255.

WORSHIP TEAM REHEARSAL Thursdays, 7:00 pm

ALL-CHURCH MISSIONS PRAYER TIME

July 18—6:30 pm Hear ways to get involved as well as pray for NBCsupported local ministries as well as our global missionaries.

GUATEMALA MISSION TRIP FUND RAISER The Guatemala Team will have a sign-up sheet to pre-order Guatemalan coffee 15 as well as a bin to collect donations of small-size hygiene products in the foyer. You can pre-order the coffee the entire month of July.

SUMMER GIRLFRIEND GATHERINGS (see brochure for details)

August 8: Pine River Park August 23: Flower Arranging Workshop September 4: Mom’s Coffee Break

SAVE-THE-DATE! Women’s Fall Retreat September 21-23 Clearwater Lodge Registration will begin August 12.

FIRST THINGS FIRST

Wednesdays, 6:00 am, Fellowship Hall; Men meeting to discuss the sermon and pray together.

FAMILY SUMMER SUNDAY SCHOOL: 7/15

PREPARING FOR ADOLESCENCE David & Linda Warren

7/22

BIBLICAL FAMILY SEXUAL ETHICS Dr. Craig Ferderer

7/29, 8/5

FAMILY FAITH TALKS Kendal & Christy Noller

8/12

McCALL SUNDAY Missions Month

8/19

ADAM RAPELJE Missions Month

8/26

GUATEMALA MISSIONS TRIP REPORT Missions Month

9/2

FELLOWSHIP (Labor Day Weekend) No Sunday School

9/9

MINISTRY FAIR No Sunday School

9/16

FALL SUNDAY SCHOOL BEGINS Week 1

COMMUNITY HYMN SING The Community Hymn sing for July will be hosted by the First Church of the Nazarene (9004 N. Country Homes Blvd.) on Sunday, July 15 at 3 pm. Bring the whole family for a great time of singing your favorite hymns and gospel songs! For more information, call 467-8986, PASTORAL STAFF, USHERS & GREETERS, You are invited and encouraged to attend a DeEscalation Training (unruly persons) at Northview on Wednesday, July 25th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. If you have any questions, please contact Jim Armstrong (208-272-0646;)

UPCOMING MEN’S EVENTS August 29-Sept 2: Family Backpacking (Harrison/ BeehivesTraverse), Fri-Mon, Labor Day Weekend

NORTHVIEW FAMILY CAMP August 17-20 (Friday through Monday) Farragut State Park Mark your calendars and make your plans to spend August 17-20 with the Northview family at Family Camp at Farragut Park. There will be a baptism on Sunday morning in the river so when you sign up, please let them know if you are interested in baptism or you can also contact the church office. REGISTRATION BEGINS JULY 29. LOVE SERVES Northview’s Love Serves ministry is up and running! This ministry is designed to help our seniors, widows, single moms, those recovering from an illness or accident, or others that could use some help from our church family. We have about 20 volunteers who are willing to help with a variety of things like: spring cleaning, minor house repairs, moving/hauling, yard work, car maintenance, mending clothes, cooking, organizing, painting, running errands, etc. Please let the office or Beth Nguyen (435-3476) know if you or someone you know could use some assistance from a team of two or more volunteers, or if you would like to become a volunteer with Love Serves.

USHERS 8:30 Service: Steve Erb, Bill Brooks, Lynda Hutchins, Jerry & Ramona Kinnaman, Chuck Yorlano, Jerry Rochelle 11:00 Service: Craig & Cindy Collings, Jim Hume, Mark Janke, Jon Belch, NEED SOMEONE

GUEST DESK

GREETERS

8:30 Service: John & Carol Underwood

8:30 Service: Tim & Vicki Halpin

11:00 Service: Brian & Heather Holliday

11:00 Service: Bill & Paula Nelson

COFFEE VOLUNTEER

ANNOUNCEMENTS Jenny Kaluza PASTORAL PRAYER Al Robinson

Bob Beauchemin

NEEDED WEEKLY: $26,950

Last week’s giving ................................................................$28,589.51 MTD giving..............................................................................$51,473.52 YTD giving .........................................................................$1,122,338.33 YTD expenses (including Missions) .........................$1,117,565.77 YTD budget .......................................................................$1,212,750.00 YTD giving difference.................................................... ($119,001.18) Missions dispersed YTD .................................................. $236,803.00

ATTENDANCE 607

Building Contributions to Date ..................................$1,141,626.90 Building Costs to Date .........................................................$53,316.16 July 13

July 14 July 15 July16 July 17 July 18 July 19

Beth Nguyen Eric Hussey Gabriel Schauer Ruth Sanford Hilary Fonda Karen Davis Sloane Smith Elijah Verry Dick Perry Isabella Benavidez David Hnosko Ruth Erb

JULY Jack & Sharen Lee Stuart & Jean Dimmel Jim & Susan Lovelace Dao & Beth Nguyen Gene & Jana Baldwin Steve & Christy Schadt Ryan & Christina Jarvie Joshua & Rachel Moore Shay & Katie Smith Bill & Shanna Johnson Cale & Elissa Hawkinson Alton & Valerie Schultz Bryce & Hilary Fonda

YOU ARE WHAT YOU LOVE by James K.A. Smith

Len & RuthAnn Woltersdorf Phil & Denise Campbell Keith & Karen Reyburn Al & Sharon Robinson Paul & Lois Slater Michael & Jessica Richardson Ben & Michelle Ferderer Keith & Pat Clark Gregg & Sandra Wise Steve & Lindsay Hughes Glen & Melinda Schofield Tim & Judy Schwab

On Pastor Josh Dunn’s “Top 10 Christian Books” List

You are what you love. But you might not love what you think. In this book, award-winning author James K. A. Smith shows that who and what we worship fundamentally shape our hearts. And while we desire to shape culture, we are not often aware of how culture shapes us. We might not realize the ways our hearts are being taught to love rival gods instead of the One for whom we were made. Smith helps readers recognize the formative power of culture and the transformative possibilities of Christian practices. He explains that worship is the "imagination station" that incubates our loves and longings so that our cultural endeavors are indexed toward God and his kingdom. This is why the church and worshiping in a local community of believers should be the hub and heart of Christian formation and discipleship.

REDEEMER’S BOARDING SCHOOL (ministry of The Father’s Ranch Ministries) Redeemer’s Boarding School is a Christcentered, Biblically-based boarding school specifically tailored to meet the academic, spiritual, emotional and behavioral needs of pre-teen & teenage girls. Our focus is on spiritual change & growth, academic excellence and an abundance of e x t r a - c u r r i c u la r activities...all within a beautiful 101 acre mountainous setting. We share the love of Christ with wonderful girls who are struggling in a traditional school setting. RBS is looking for a Resident Advisor who make a 6 or 12 month commitment to serve young ladies in our boarding school setting. They live full time at RBS, building relationships while participating in daily activities. The opportunities for an RA are numerous but primarily include being a godly role model. RA’s may serve as tutors, office personnel, disciplers, agricultural support, horticultural support or simply teaching girls basic cooking skills. RA’s may also complete their college studies (via online courses) while serving at RBS. Basic Qualifications The following characteristics are desirous for service as an RA:  A commitment to the Lord as demonstrated through a consistent Christian walk.  A personal foundation in Biblical truth.  Regular attendance & fellowship in a Biblical church.  A willingness to serve young ladies & the Lord in a selfless capacity.  The ability to initiate & build relationships.  The ability to encourage & help students in truth & love.  A personal application of God’s Word in your daily life. How to Apply: Write a letter, send an email or call to talk about this unique opportunity to serve. Redeemer’s Boarding School RA Search PO Box 1352 Tonasket, WA 98855 [email protected]

(509) 486-1543 Applications will be sent out to qualified applicants. There are two positions available for our short-term RA position.

NORTHVIEW CHRISTIAN SCHOOL The Northview Christian School is collecting empty frosting cans (like the Betty Crocker kind). Please take your empty cans down to the school office. Thank you. ANNA OGDEN HALL / CRISIS SHELTER NEEDS Right now Anna Ogden Hall has an emergency need in their Children's ministry. One reason for this is because many of their volunteers (especially college students) leave for the summer. During summer months, they have the kids the whole day so they try to fill their day with activities, field trips, etc. They thrive on the love, support, and encouragement volunteers give them. Here are the current openings. Several are needed in each slot: Mon - Thurs 8:30 – 11:30 or 12:454:00 OR one may serve entire day. Childcare and activity supervision for either infants through age 4 or 8-13 year olds. Activities may include water activities, painting, baking, field trips (older children only), and lots of fun!! Volunteers welcome to choose one or more time slots each week; flexible with vacation schedules. Greatest current needs: Monday morning and afternoonboth age groups Tuesday afternoon- younger age group

PI 75th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION September 22, 2018 Spokane Convention Center Please join us as we celebrate 75 years of God’s faithfulness. This will be a time to worship, give glory to God for 75 years of ministry, cast vision for our future, showcase our faithful, courageous ministry partners, be encouraged by Luis Bush, and honor our thousands of loyal supporters, like you. Keynote speaker, Luis Bush, is a globally renowned missiologist who coined the phrase, “the 10/40 Window”. Luis led the movement of missions called COMIBAM from Latin America during its initial phase and later served as CEO of Partners International from 1986 to 1992. He also served as the International Director of the AD2000 & Beyond Movement from 1989-2001 and completed a PhD in Intercultural

Wednesday morning- both age groups, and afternoon- older age group

Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary School of Intercultural Studies in 2003.

Thursday afternoon- younger age group.

Chris Sligh will lead us in worship.

If you are interested in any of these positions just respond to the email below and they will connect you with the staff you will be serving with. [email protected] LOOKING FOR FIRST HOME Hunting for my first house; already working with a realtor, but wondering if anyone knows of any houses currently for sale or coming on the market soon for $150k or less. Looking primarily in Shadle and Audubon. If you have any info send it to Nick Witmer at 509-7682491 or [email protected]

He is an American singer/songwriter, producer, and actor who was a finalist on the sixth season of American Idol. Chris has written a number of Christian top 10 songs, served as a worship pastor at two mega churches in Texas, and has recently returned to writing and touring. For more information contact Alissa Nadeau at Partners International. 509-343-4016.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy Classic Rock ‘n Roll by

Just in Time Picnic Menu For Sale: Hot dogs, Polish dogs, chips, soft drinks, ice cream, and baked goods

All proceeds support:

Sunday July 15th

Come and bid on these auction items: Gonzaga men’s basketball tickets Spokane Indians upper box seats Civic Theatre tickets to Mary Poppins Solid wood Cuckoo clock 4 vintage wood folding chairs Seahawks items Farm decor China dolls Waterpik Crystal glass pitcher Wall decor Original art And MORE . . .

Raffle Prizes: (Tickets will be sold at the concert)

Gift certificates to local restaurants and stores A variety of themed baskets

&

Sunday, July 15th__ 5:30-8:00 PM 4211 E. Colbert Rd. Colbert WA 99005

Life Services of Spokane is looking to hire a

Residential Services Case Manager Life Services Maternity Home and Aftercare provides Christianbased, residential care for young pregnant and parenting women. The Case Manager is a team participant in the decision making for admitting clients to Life Services Housing. She oversees development and implementation of each resident’s case plan, and provides support and community resource referrals as appropriate. Part time hours: Mondays 9-1, Tuesday-Friday 1-5. (Occasional Flexibility) For a full Job Description please contact Sharon Hengy, Residential Services Director at [email protected] or 509-755-0775. Visit www.lifeservices.org and click on our Job Opportunities link in the menu for an overview of the position.

Pastor Norm Schwab Lead Pastor (509) 466-1770, ext. 307 [email protected]

Pastor David Hara Equipping Pastor (509) 466-1770, ext. 310 [email protected]

Levi Hatch Pastoral Ministry Intern (970) 986-7824 [email protected]

Pastor Josh Dunn Worship Pastor (509) 466-1770, ext. 309 [email protected]

Pastor Alton Schultz Student & College Pastor (509) 466-1770, ext. 306 [email protected]

Nathan Kromer College / HS Intern (440) 258-0560 [email protected]

Donna Robbins Children’s Minister (509) 466-1770, ext. 305 [email protected]

Theresa Parada Women’s Care Minister (509) 466-1770, ext. 308 [email protected] Sidney Hatch Interim Nursery Director (513) 330-4902 [email protected]

Kathy Belch Office Manager (509) 466-1770, ext. 301 [email protected]

Shauna Bardwell Administrative Assistant (509) 466-1770, ext. 300 [email protected]

Sally Davis Co-Director (509) 467-6014 [email protected]

Vicki Halpin School Co-Director (509) 251-2277 [email protected]

Mitch Duryea Church Treasurer (509) 939-8698 [email protected]

Sue Logsdon Bookkeeper (509) 466-1770, ext. 303 [email protected]

Heidi Michaelis Assistant Bookkeeper (509) 466-1770, 303 [email protected]

SERVING DEACONS

SHEPHERDING ELDERS COUNCIL

Steve Erb ................ 467-0501 David Hara ............... 251-7281 John Hook ............. 464-2267 Kent Lupton .......... 951-6860 Dao Nguyen .......... 465-4644 Brian Rochelle ....... 483-4298 Norm Schwab .........413-2819 David Warren ..........218-1546

SHEPHERDING ELDERS Mark Bardwell ....... 343-9609 Jason Baskett ........ 465-2345 Jim Edwards ........... 276-4192 Terry Hiatt ............. 466-8574 Ray Luse ................ 465-8562 Nathan Mulkey ....... 954-1585 Steve Munter .......... 951-5179 Gary Nelson ........... 466-5839 Ron Nelsen ........... 499-6699

Michael Orr ............ 413-2687 Ken Pfaff ............... 467-6339 Ron Phillips ........... 466-4990 Al Robinson............. 467-4131 Glen Schofield ....... 496-6675 Alton Schultz ......... 742-0545 Tim Schwab............ 468-9310

MINISTERING DEACON COUNCIL

Dave Brooten ......... 995-7322 Kyle Erb .................. 995-1636 Dan Eyestone ........ 994-0787 Ted Lowe ............... 238-4514 John Underwood. 466-4343

Mike Amsbury …....847-9253 George Benavidez.. 466-1194 Bill Brooks……….. 292-2054 Gary Brooten …….466-2708 John Heitman ……329-6889 Bob Hertz. ………...276-3971 Dan Houk………….710-3562 Jeff Hunsaker …….238-6109 Jim Michaelis …….467-4487 Harold Molony …...276-6337 Mike Morris . ……..468-5943 Kendal Noller . …….238-1853 Keith Reyburn…... .466-9334 Jerry Rochelle…….466-7914 Ken Smoll ………….714-1051 Mark Tiffany…….. 465-8204 Justin Wellman….. 329-0189