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Pray for One Another
To request prayer, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call/text (520) 709-0815
Our pastors and their families
Our board members
The many unspoken requests
Tonya Fleming and her family
Mary Ann and Bob Watson's daughter, Kristy
Elaine Bridschge's Bother-in-law, Ray Perez
The friends and family of Steven Tobin
The friends and family of Gary Stamper
Frank and Dawn Sundstum
Talma's brother, Micheal
Barb Gionfriddo's friend
Make sure you're a part of our Facebook group to get prayer requests as they come in: https://www.facebook.com/groups/21109057279
Bible Reading Plan
Don't worry if you missed the first 42 weeks, just pick up the Bible today and start here!
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Verse of the Week
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It was a time of great discouragement. I was on maternity leave from my job, expecting our fourth child, and my husband was ill and temporarily out of work. With very little income, three small children in school, and mounting medical expenses, the unpaid bills had accumulated. More serious was the fact there was no food left in the house, except a small amount of ground beef and half a box of oatmeal.
“What are we going to do?” my husband asked.
“Oh, we’ll make out,” I told him with quite a bit more conviction than I really felt, “I’ll mix the meat with the oatmeal and make hamburgers. The oatmeal will stretch it.”
“There is no bread,” he said.
“God will supply our needs,” I assured him, not wishing to add to his worries.
I began to mix the meat with the oatmeal. Only after my husband left the room did I allow the tears to flow. My faith was so very weak, but I had to be strong for his sake. He was close to a complete nervous breakdown. He was a good husband and father, and I knew he was worried. I knew from having been reared in a Christian home that God would supply our needs, but I had become weary. I rolled the meat into patties, softly praying.
“I don’t have any new words left to pray,” I thought and I felt very repetitious when I began to whisper audibly,
“Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name . . .”
I stumbled over the next lines of the familiar prayer, and then with a new surge of faith I whispered, “Give us this day our daily bread . . . our daily bread . . . please Jesus . . .”
I wiped the tears with the end of my apron and placed the patties in the pan atop the stove.
I heard a knock at the front door. My husband was resting and the children outside playing. I went to the door. A woman I worked with stood there, two bags in her arms. The first thing I noticed was a loaf of bread protruding from the top of one bag
“I hope you won’t be offended,” she said smiling, “but I had the strangest thing happen to me when I was shopping for groceries. Just as I was putting the bread in the cart I had the strongest impression to buy you a loaf or two, also. I took the liberty of buying a few other items and some candy for the children.”
A few minutes later our family gathered at the table, joined hands, and thanked God for His blessings. “
I know that God is going to supply our needs!” I said with new assurance, “even if He has to send it by the president of the United States!”
The next morning, after the children had gone to school, a lady came to our door. She explained that she was with the Junior Chamber of Commerce.
“We heard you were having it a bit hard right now,” she said, “and we’d like to help.”
She backed a station wagon up to the door. It took several trips to carry all the food into the house. I noticed the large containers. There were 25-pound bags of flour, rice, sugar, grits, and other items. Groceries were all over the table, the cabinets, the chairs.
It was only after the lady left that I noticed the lettering on the side of each package:
Washington, D.C. Food Surplus Program
By order of John F. Kennedy
President of the United States
Again the tears flowed. I saw again the glimmer of faith in my husband’s eyes.
“Our Father,” I whispered again, “Hallowed be thy name.”
That happened in 1961. The children are all grown now, but never have they forgotten how God watched over us and provided us with “our daily bread.”
Herald of Holiness November 15, 1980
Opportunities to Give and Serve
October is Pastor Appreciaiotn Month! You can show your appreciation with a card or letter and even a gift card or invite to take them out for dinner. Drop your envelope in the wicker basket in the foyer.
◉ Lead Pastor John Menkveld ◉ Music Pastor Merritt Strunk ◉ Associate Pastor Dee Jones ◉ Associate Pastor Walt Ballard ◉ Chaplain Richard Jackman ◉ Associate Pastor Mike Butler
Mother's Of Preschoolers is underway! We need people to cuddle babies while parents receive Godly guidance and support just once or twice per month.
Contact - Bonnie Strunk (480) 296-1831.
Donations of clothes for infant to adult are currently being accepted.
Thank you so much, for your continued generosity of both time and resources.
Your gifts make a difference!
Contact Barbara Keeler: (520) 709-8925
Things we need: ➤Your Time ➤Diapers and pull ups in Newborn, 1,2,3,4,5 ➤Wipes ➤Baby Food (no formula) ➤Lotion ➤Your Monetary donation ➤Canned Food
💚Green Drop box in Foyer💚
You may always designate how you would like your offerings to be used for Mosaic Ministries besides our general fund. Here are some ministries in which you may want your offerings to go:
✎ LoveWorks ✎ Children's Ministry ✎ MOPs ✎ Prison Ministry
✎ Outreach ✎ Women's Ministry ✎ Facilities Upgrade Fund
Check our UPDATES page for new things.
For our live Google calendar go HERE
Butterbraids are back!! Order these delicious treats and support Women's Mininitry
Pick up an order form at church or call/text the church number with your order
Each pastry is $13. You may order now through November 1st and they will be delivered to Mosaic where you will need to pick them up ON November 15th.
(They come frozen and we can't store them, so we will need to have you pick them up on the date. We will notify you of the time.)
Family Fellowship Night is canceled for October 31st.
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(for all your Mosaic news)
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M O S A I C K I D S
This weeks topic is:
God is always with us!
Social Distancing Guidelines
Please practice social distancing on the church property as much as possible
Sanitizer and masks are available at the front table
If you feel sick or have a temperature, please stay home
Communion elements will be available on a table as you enter the church
Offering will be taken as you exit the church after service
Surfaces will be regularly cleaned and sanitized
Thanks for respecting the guidelines and one another!