November 9, 2018

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SUZANNE, CHARLA AND BILL TENNY

Bill, one of “the greatest generation” graduated to heaven. Bill and George Anne were faithful donors from the beginning of His Ministry in 1966. Bill was noted as a lighting director, responsible for lighting the Statue of Liberty in 1976 on our nation’s anniversary. Other remarkable achievements include the lighting for Chariots of Fire. He would only work the sets of rated movies.

Services will be held at South Coast Christian Assembly
31501 Ave Los Cerritos, San Juan Capistrano, CA on Nov. 24 at 10 a.m.

TWILA BELK

Please pray that the manuscript for the sequel to Charla’s Children
will be out in the mail to Twila this week. Charla’s Children sold 75,000 copies and we pray this will have the same anointing.

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PATRICK AND SHERRI BAILEY

The prayer group’s Friday night dinner was marvelous! Missionaries Patrick and Sherri shared about serving in the Philippines. Hundreds, if not thousands, of Muslims have come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ through their ministry.

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SAM PARSONS

 You won’t want to miss our Christmas dinner on Dec. 7th
with Sam, our roving troubadour who visits countless nursing homes.

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"HOW GOOD AND PLEASANT FOR
BROTHERS TO DWELL TOGETHER IN UNITY."


From left: Everett Wilson, past dean of Bethany University, who spent months working on the sequel to Charla’s ChildrenNoel Wilson, worship leader at Village Church and often leads worship at our Friday night prayer gathering; Reuben Wilson, the eldest brother, pastored in Washington and Northern California; and Lewis Wilson, once a missionary in Africa and dean at Vanguard University.

GLENN ALMERAZ AND NATHAN ADAMS

 Please continue to pray for Glenn as he awaits treatment in
Mexico for Hepatitis C and pray for Nathan who battles with the same disease.

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WORSHIP NIGHTS IN OAXACA

Praise God for TNT Worship Night at the Oaxaca Mission. Youth groups from the surrounding valley participate in this monthly event.