26 May 12
Raking leaves and NO SGC tomorrow
Today we provided an elderly couple with leave raking and other simple garden services to help them get things right for the
summer. Prarise God and thanks to Junior for his help.
1:40 pm edt
Tomorrow there cannot be a SGC celebrate service as Ken
is going out the country to Mexico and will be back Friday.
God Rocks will be running as usual on Friday and Saturday
next week, but tonight there is no God Rocks either.
We have received $200 from a person in the community towards
the mission, and $40 from a couple grateful for assistance provided. Birchdale church also has contributed $450 towards the
mission to Mexico. The $40 will be added to next weeks collection for the community, and the $200 has been paid toward the
mission trip directly into Global Expediations. The $450 will be forwarded to Global Expediations. Thanks Birchdale!
God continues to bless us and those we serve!
Last week we had a need to take some food to people in our
community who were thankful and we will need to pray and care for these people.
Next week we were going to put
siding up on a shed for an elderly lady, but due to other needs such as the availablity of help to rebuild the God Rocks climbing
wall for the summer challenges, this will need to be delayed a week or two.
We also have a dire need to repair
a rotting deck. This will be planned at the next meeting.
Pray for these needs and our ability to meet them. God
bless us all!
16 May 12
Walk for hunger and fun at God Rocks
Last week we joined in in teh Bourkes falls walk for hunger enjoying the spring with the green colour, wildlife and the walk
through the forested areas.
7:09 am edt
God Rocks was also fun with teh shaving creme hairdo competition and lessons on elijah
Sunday we investiogated whether God had a mother and a lively dicussion ensued!
5 May 12
Good news...a laptop went to the community form SGC and will be well used by the person who needed it. God rocks is getting
more and more active each week, the games and challenges are going to become more varied and extend to the outdoors as the
10:55 am edt
It's good news that one of our young folk has work at Tim Hortons and is glad to be contributing
to the community. A gas fund has been established to help those we know need help to buy gas to get into town at times.
We are also helping our with money for breakfasts at the local school. Money was sent to a school in Uganda
that had it's roof blown off and people injured. The local Anglican minister and his wife had personal experience of the area
and the need and helped us get that money to them. the Anglican church (bless them) also assisted so we could make a significant
gift and impact.
Here in Kearney and Emsdale we are assisting with the food bank and next week there is a walk
for the food bank in Bourkes falls. Those that can join in Saturday are more than welcome. chat to Ken or Penny if you need
help/directions etc. Any donations to the food bank will of course be well received.
God bless you!