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Klamath Falls Seventh-day Adventist ChurchJoin us every Saturday for Sabbath School at 9:30 am Worship Service - 11:00 am
Opening night for the Final Events Prophecy Seminar with North Pacific Union evangelist, Jason Morgan, is February 21 at 7:00 p.m. Meetings will be held every night except Mondays and Thursdays, through March 22.
Child care will be provided for children ages 3 - 9.
Please keep these meetings inyour prayers.
Calling All Men of God!
I believe that very few people, at least among Christians, would deny the fact that the world is in short supply of Godly men of noble character. "The greatest want of the world is the want of men- men who will not be bought or sold, men who in their inmost souls are true and honest, men who do not fear to call sin by its right name, men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole, men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall." - Education, page 57.
I recently finished reading the book of Nehemiah. It is so inspiring to hear of the courage and faithfulness of men like Nehemiah, Ezra and others, who worked to complete the mission God assigned to them, in spite of almost insurmountable obstacles. God recently led several of us, as church leaders, to establish a men’s ministry here in the Klamath Basin district. We already had a monthly men’s breakfast in place, but several of us felt a longing for something deeper. We felt a need to create greater opportunities for men from our three churches to connect to one another and to seek a closer walk with Jesus.
What have we added, in creating an “official” men’s ministry? First of all, Jerry Bowers started a men’s Bible study group, which has been meeting on Tuesday nights. We have been studying "The Measure of a Man", a wonderful series of Bible studies that considers 20 attributes of Godly men. After the prophecy seminar has concluded, we will resume these Bible studies. All of the men in each of our three churches are invited to participate. You may also bring friends from our community.
The second key component to our men’s ministry has been the addition of a service project every month. Following the monthly men’s breakfast, we have been inviting volunteers from our group to participate in practical acts of service. So far, from six to 12 men have joined us on each of the following projects:
- Shoveling snow for several families when we had our coldest weekend, several months ago.
- Helping with some projects at our church school.
- Most recently, helping our sister church in Chiloquin with drywall for their new church building.
- In the future, we plan to help our other sister church in Bonanza, as well as finding or creating community projects where we can help those in our area who are not a part of our church.
God is doing some great things through this ministry. We welcome all of our men to join us!