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Speaker

Chase Wilder

Chase J. Wilder is a Junior Theology and Sociology Major from Ann Arbor, Michigan. His goal in life is to be an Evangelist, working to bring souls to Christ for the purpose of them finding entrance in the kingdom of heaven.

Offering

Opening Music

"O for The Flame of Living Fire"  •  Kenneth Logan
Kenneth Logan, Minister of Music, Pioneer Memorial Church

Welcome & Call to Worship 

Aya Pagunsan & Alyssa Henriquez

"Holy Spirit: Fire and Wind": A Hymn Cycle

"Come, Thou Almighty King"—SDAH 71, st. 1-3  •  "O for That Flame of Living Fire"—SDAH 264  •  "Breathe on Me, Breath of God"—SDAH 265, st 1-3   |   Adoniah Simon, Andrews University student; Kenneth Logan, Minister of Music, organ

Welcome

Kyara Samuels, AUSA President

Congregational Prayer

Dongchan Kim, AUSA Executive Vice President

Children's Story & Prayer

Story: TJ Hunter and Courtney Saunders; Prayer: Eirik

Scripture Reading

Ben Lee, AUSA Parliamentarian
 

Introduction to Speaker

Mike Cuke, Former AUSA RVP

 

Worship in Music

"All We Ask"  •  Donnie McClurkin
Caryn Cruz, Carolina Cruz, Ashley Yabut, vocals; Willian Dos Reis, piano

Message

"A 20:21 Mission for a 2021 Movement: The Main Ingredient: ' So I Am Sending You'"
Chase Wilder, AUSA Religious President

Connect Card

 

Hymn of Commitment

"Hover O'oer Me Holy Spirit"  •  SDAH 260

 

Benediction

Daniel Self, AUSA Student Movement Editor-In-Chief

 

Closing Music

"Come, God, Creator, Holy Spirit"  •  Johann Sebastian Bach
Kenneth Logan, organ

 

 

Welcome 

Kyara Samuels, AUSA President

Pioneer Life

Grow Groups
Rodlie Ortiz, Associate Pastor
with Noah Koliadko and Noelle Koliadko

Call to Worship & Prayer

Aya Pagunsan & Alyssa Henriquez

 

Praise

"Reign Above It All"  •  "Worthy Of It All"
Sydney St. Jean, Carolina Cruz, Adoniah Simon, HeeYun Oh, vocals; Nathaniel Chung, keyboard;
Jake Knowlton, guitar; Theard Pierre, bass; David Dunham, cajon

 

Congregational Prayer

Dongchan Kim, AUSA Executive Vice President

Praise

"Jesus Paid It All"

Children Story

Story: TJ Hunter and Courtney Saunders; Prayer: Eirik

 

Scripture Reading

Ben Lee, AUSA Parliamentarian
John 3:5-7

Introduction to Speaker

Michael Cuke, Former AUSA RVP

Praise

"All We Ask"  •  Donnie McClurkin
Caryn Cruz, Carolina Cruz, Ashley Yabut, vocals; William Dos Reis, piano

Message

"A 20:21 Mission for a 2021 Movement: The Main Ingredient: ' So I Am Sending You'"
Chase Wilder, AUSA Religious Vice President

Connect Card

Closing Song

"Pass Me Not"

Benediction

Daniel Self, AUSA Student Movement Editor-In-Chief

Closing Music

"Come, God Creator, Holy Spirit"  •  Johann Sebastian Bach
Kenneth Logan, organ

 

 

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Adventist Heritage Hymn Sing

Robby Raney and some of his colleagues will present a hymn sing program at 4:00 PM on October 22 at Historic Adventist Village in Battle Creek, Michigan. You're invited to come and sing the stories of our Pioneers.

Children’s Leadership Conference

The next Children’s Leadership Conference will take place on October 29th, 2022, 8:30 AM – 7:00 PM, at Chan Shun Hall, Andrews University. It is a one-day free in English & Spanish event focusing on Track 2: Teaching Children from the NAD Children’s Ministry Certification.

Register free here: https://www.cye.org/get-involved/mission-trips-events/childrens-ministry/general-information/
 

Love On The Move

COLLECTING NEW UNDERWEAR AND PAJAMAS OF ALL CHILD SIZES. God's Hands 4 Kids is a ministry that started as a PMC Grow Group. We work closely with  Berrien County DHHS. We maintain their "Closet" that has an inventory of clothes and other essentials that are available to workers 24/7. Many kids come into care with nothing except what they have on. We are currently collecting new underwear and pajamas. There is a collection bin in the lower PMC lobby. Items can be dropped off at RMES. We have other local 24/7 drop-off locations. Contact with us can be made through GH4K.org. Join our FaceBook page - God's Hands 4 Kids Foster...

 

Volunteers Needed for Fellowship Dinner Teams

Pioneer's fellowship dinner teams need additional members to help with the Sabbath fellowship dinners. Teams serve about three times a year. You don't need to know how to cook to be on a team. There are many ways you can be involved and enjoy the ministry together. Contact the church office at 269-471-6565 to sign-up.

Fall Hayride

The Family Life Committee invites you to Pioneer's Annual Hayride, returning after a two-year hiatus! Join us for rides through the woods, refreshments, a bonfire, and warm fellowship. Sunday, October 9, 6-8 PM at Five Pines Ministries, Berrien Center. Enjoy the beauty of fall with your Pioneer family!

Offering for October 1, 2022

Pioneer Operating Budget

Bear Fruits

John 15:4 “Remain in me, as I also remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me.”

We worship God with our resources as a response to the call to bear fruits. John the Baptist appealed to those who were coming to him for baptism: “Produce fruit in keeping with your repentance.” (Matt. 3:8). For John, baptism and being part of God’s people were not sufficient. The Gospel of Luke shares some concrete examples of the “fruit of our repentance” that John the Baptist gave to those who came to him. He asked the tax collector not to collect any more than was required. He exhorted the soldiers not to “extort money” and “be content with your pay.” And he commanded the crowd to share their second shirt and food with the one who does not have (Lk. 3: 10-14). These examples reported by Luke have something in common; they are related to one’s attitudes towards finances and material possessions. Fruit of our repentance means being careful about how we use our resources, making sure to bless and not harm others. 

The Bible tells the story of a man, Nabal, a son of Abraham who was heavily blessed but did not bear fruit of repentance in his material life. He refused to reward those who protected his flock and would harshly rebuke the servants of David who came to ask for some food. This attitude led his wife to call him wicked and to make the following comment: “He is just like his name—his name means Fool, and folly goes with him” (1 Sam. 25:25). Sadly, the following day, he had a stroke. Ten days later, he died.

As we reflect on the need to bear more fruits of repentance in our material life, let us apply the advice of Jesus: “Remain in me as I also remain in you.” This week, as we worship with our tithe and regular offerings we can bear fruits of repentance.

—North American Division Stewardship Ministries

WAUS Fall Fundraiser Mailing!

Helping hands needed. Are you looking for a project that is fun to do and really helps a wonderful Andrews organization? WAUS has a large mailing that will be processed/envelope stuffed on Thursday, October 6th starting at 9:00am until every envelope is stuffed! We would love to have you join us. Please call the station at 269-471-3400 to let us know you will be joining us. Looking forward to the joy of working together.

Pure Desire Conference

This fall Pioneer is partnering with the Center for Faith Engagement at Andrews University to offer the Pure Desire Conference. This is a two-day event designed to raise an awareness of the factors that create and reinforce unhealthy sexual behavior. It provides a comprehensive understanding and the tools required to develop a healing ministry that offers hope and freedom to men, women, students, and families.

October 21-22, 2022
Location: Andrews University Seminary Chapel

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Support the RMES Bike-a-Thon/Walk-a-Thon

Home & School is hosting a Bike-a-Thon/Walk-a-Thon fundraiser for the RMES students on October 23. Students have been challenged to raise at least $100 each in sponsors. Some students may not have many contacts from which to solicit sponsorship. We would like to create a list of names of potential sponsors that students could contact. If you'd like to add your name to the list, please email your contact information and the number of students you're willing to have contact you to RMESHomeAndSchool@gmail.com. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used for the RMES carpet upgrade project (90%) and Home & School activities (10%). If you’d like to make a general donation to this fundraiser, mark your tithe envelope RMES Bike-a-Thon.

Something In Common Sabbath School

Relat(able)-video series with Louie Giglio. What if instead of looking for the right person, we become that person, that friend or spouse everyone is looking for? What if we start holding ourselves to the standards we expect of those around us? We only have one life to leave a permanent mark on eternity; why not make our relationships count? 

Sessions include:

September 3 - The Shovel and the Spoon
September 10 - The Man/Woman in the Mirror
September 17 - A God to Call Father
September 24 - The Friend Everyone Longs For
October 1 - Becoming Someone vs. Finding Someone
October 8 - Handshake of Peace
October 15 - Why Date?
October 22 - Marriage with a Mission

Everyone is welcome.

Pioneer Room 141
Sabbath, 10:30-11:30 AM

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