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11/26/2023 Newsletter

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Pray for One Another


To request prayer, email mosaicnazarene@gmail.com

or call/text (520) 709-0815


Our pastors, our board and their families


Mike and Shelley Butler

The Peterson family from Crossroads Church

Barb Keeler's daughter-in-law, Lisa

June Miller

Bill Teder

Barb Gionfriddo's nephew Brandon

Pastor Chuck

Carolyn Kurtz's son, Ryan

Brenda Hathaway's Newphew-in-law, Rob

Israei and loved ones who are there

Ramona Remech


The many unspoken requests


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


Redemptive-Historical Bible Reading Plan

This year we are doing a 16 part plan that reveals God's plan of redemption in the Old Testament. Here is what the organizer says about it:


"I have outlined redemptive history in 16 stages, from creation up through the open-ended expectation of the Day of the Lord. Then I provide carefully curated sections from the OT that trace this history. I tried to pick at least one chapter from every OT book, but to keep it reasonably short I had to leave some out. I also pepper in psalms along the way. Then, for each stage, I provide a chapters from the NT that bring out how each of those steps of redemptive history (for ancient Israel) are fulfilled in the new era in Christ." Greg Laniers Blog


We will have three to five weeks to read and reflect on each part.

We will reflect on PART 15 for 1 more week.



 

Verse of the Week


Click the following to read the verse in context Psalm 148

 

Coming Up and Happening Now...




 


 



 


 


 



 

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This week's lesson is


Thanksgiving Psalm 100:4

Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him; bless his name!

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Nazarene News


Honduras Nazarenes create connections with indigenous community

The Church of the Nazarene of Morazán, Yoro, Honduras, visited the Calichal community on 3 September, where the indigenous Tolupan ethnic group is located. The team brought the message of the Word of God, created connections, and included programming for children. About 40 families heard the message, and even more families received clothing, shoes, kitchen utensils, and coats.

More than a month ago, the church’s lead pastor, Jahleel Amador, encouraged the church to visit the Calichal community after a church member shared his desire to bring the message of the Word of God to his family and friends. Pastor Jahleel said that the church happily accepted this initiative and prepared by putting together packages with clothes, shoes, and more to bring to the community.

Calichal is located about 42 kilometers (roughly 26 miles) from the church in the upper part of the mountains.

About 28 people of different ages undertook the trip in three vehicles. Despite an accident with one of the vehicles due to poor road conditions, all managed to reach their destination.

Upon arriving at the community, they could see the curiosity of the adults and joy of the children, said Pastor Martínez, secretary of the evangelism committee of the Northwestern District of Honduras.

They formed themselves into small groups to invite, visit, and evangelize to the residents. An outdoor service was held in the center of the community, and people gradually approached to listen to a message presented by Evangelist Julio Rivera.

After the message, church members distributed the gifts that were brought for the people.


“A principle of our church is to care for both the spiritual and physical aspects of those in need,” Martínez said.


The children had fun with the piñatas and received what the church gave them with joy and gratitude.

Martínez said that one of the community leaders expressed his appreciation that this church was different from the others. In addition to the message and interest in adults, the church was also prepared to serve children. This caused the community leader to make himself available to help with whatever was necessary, and it opened the doors to making a connection with the Tolupanes community.


“We give all the glory and honor to God for allowing the church to continue reaching places and people who need to hear the message of salvation and holiness. The gratitude is also for everyone who contributed clothing, money, and transportation and participated by going and praying,” Martinez said. “Help us in prayer so that the Church of the Nazarene arises among the Tolupan people!”


by Mesoamerica Region Church of the Nazarene | 15 Nov 2023

 

Opportunities to Give and Serve


Fill out a "Serve" sheet at church to let us know your talents!

Or, scroll down and fill out THIS FORM online.


We are looking for helpers in the following areas. Please text the church phone at 520-709-0815 and we will get you set up!


☞ Mosaic Cleaning Team


☞ Slides for the 8:30am service


☞ Children's Church helpers


☞ Calling and Caring Team call Chuck: (520) 604-1971


 

MOPS is back in session!


You can Volunteer for once a month, once a quarter, or every time MOPs meets! Contact Bonnie Strunk (480) 296-1831

 

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