Pastor

Shane Anderson

Shane Anderson is the lead pastor of Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University.  His passions for ministry include; How to know Christ personally, Bible prophecy, and Christian apologetics.  He has written a book entitled, "How To Kill Adventist Education (And How To Give It A Fighting Chance!)", and has spoken frequently on that topic throughout North, Central, and South America as well as the Caribbean since 2009.  He is a columnist for the Adventist Review.  He and his wife Darlene have two daughters and have lived in Michigan since 2023.

Offering

Saturday, November 11, 2023

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OPENING MUSIC

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” • Max Reger, Sharon Rogers

WELCOME & CALL TO WORSHIP

Lindsey Pratt, Associate Pastor

HYMN OF PRAISE

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” • 506

CONGREGATIONAL PRAYER

“Hover O’er Me, Holy Spirit” • 260, st. 1
Richard Loenser, Pioneer Member

OFFERTORY

“Holy Spirit, Truth Divine” • Healey Willan

CHILDREN’S STORY & PRAYER

Edna Shaffer, RMES Teacher

SCRIPTURE READING

Joel 2:28 & 29 NIV
Olivia Nurcahyo, Andrews University Student

WORSHIP IN MUSIC

“Joy In The Morning” • Natalie Sleeth

MESSAGE

“The Holy Hurricane: The Wind That Wins–Part 2”
Shane Anderson, Lead Pastor

HYMN OF COMMITMENT

“Soldiers of Christ, Arise” • 616

CLOSING MUSIC

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” • Johann Walther

 

OPENING MUSIC

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” • Max Reger, Sharon Rogers

WELCOME & CALL TO WORSHIP

Lindsey Pratt, Associate Pastor

HYMN OF PRAISE

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” • 506

CONGREGATIONAL PRAYER

“Spirit of the Living God” • 672
Richard Loenser, Pioneer Member

BAPTISM

Rispa Pius with Jenifer Daley

WORSHIP IN MUSIC

“Joy In The Morning” • Natalie Sleeth

OFFERTORY

“Holy Spirit, Truth Divine” • Healey Willan

CHILDREN’S STORY & PRAYER

Edna Shaffer, RMES Teacher

SCRIPTURE READING

Joel 2:28 & 29 NIV

PRAISE

“Promises” • “I Surrender” • “I Surrender All”

MESSAGE

“The Holy Hurricane: The Wind That Wins–Part 2”
Shane Anderson, Lead Pastor

HYMN OF COMMITMENT

“Soldiers of Christ, Arise” • 616

CLOSING MUSIC

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” • Johann Walther

 

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Fruit Delivery Next week

If you ordered fruits during the Pathfinder Fruit Fundraiser and requested shipment to PMC, the orders are anticipated to arrive on Tuesday, December 5th. The fruits may be picked up between 6 PM and 8 PM in the PMC Commons.

Fellowship Dinner

There will be a fellowship dinner, following the second worship service in the commons on the lower level. Visitors are always welcome.

Offering for December 2, 2023

Pioneer Operating Budget

December starts off the Christmas season in earnest for many people, even if merchants have been pushing the need to buy gifts for weeks already. What makes the Christmas season special for you? Is it the music, the decorations, special foods, family gatherings, or the gifts—what you might receive, as well as what you might give?

Gift-giving can be problematic. What if someone gives you a gift, but you don’t have one to give in return or vice versa?! Which matters more: the amount of money you spend on the gift or giving a “perfect gift” to a particular person? Let’s reverse that; what if someone gives you a gift and it’s not something you’ve ever wanted or will ever use? Should you put on a happy face and say something like, “How can I ever thank you enough for this gift?”

Each Sabbath we collect an offering as you give your gifts to God. We don’t limit this to the Christmas season because Christmas happens every time we come to church. We come to worship the greatest gift of all time—the gift of God coming to this earth in the form of Jesus Christ.

Our gifts, whether they are wrapped in beautiful Christmas paper or given as cash or checks or through online giving with a credit card, show our thankfulness to God.

So, “Merry Christmas!” And let’s take this opportunity to give our gifts to God.

—North American Division Stewardship Ministries

Soup for Students

Pioneer Young Adult Ministries is hosting Soup for Students. All Collegiate-aged individuals are welcomed to attend and enjoy soup and a touch of home while studying for finals.  Volunteers can contact Prescott Khair (prescott.khair@pmchurch.org)

You Visited Me

Jesus said, "When I was in prison, you visited Me."  If you have a heart for reaching out to a lonely person in need of encouragement while incarcerated, have I got a person for you!  Please contact Sue Wein (whitewsu@andrews.edu).  I will give you the details and help you in connecting with her.

Bring a Toy, Spread some joy.

In just a few weeks, on December 9, we will be having our annual Children’s Celebration of Christmas. This is the worship service every year where we bring a new unwrapped toy for a child up to age 16. These gifts will go to families in our community who are not able to purchase gifts. This is yet another way that Pioneer can be Love on the Move!

4th Annual "First Advent" Reflections

It is time to join the 4th Annual "First Advent Reflections". This Christmas season the Pioneer Women’s Ministries Team is delighted to invite you to reflect on Handel's "Messiah".

A daily email and a text will be sent to the ladies who sign-up. To register text the word "Hallelujah" to 269-281-2345

Wind Symphony Christmas Concert: Christmas Through the Ages

Bring in the sounds of the season with the Wind Symphony’s Christmas concert, “Christmas Through the Ages” on Saturday, December 2nd at 8:00 PM at the Howard Performing Arts Center. The program will feature familiar holiday tunes that will have you tapping your toes and singing along! Selections include a lively version of Carol of the Bells by Sean O’Loughlin, a fun arrangement of a famous John Philip Sousa march, Christmas and Sousa Forever by Julie Giroux, the ever popular Sleigh Ride by Leroy Anderson, as well as a few other surprises. We look forward to having you join us as we begin to celebrate the Christmas season.

Love on the Move - GH4K

Would you like to show "Love on the Move" to foster, adoptive, kinship families in our community? This is your invitation to join God's Hands 4 Kids in doing just that. Could you make a pan of lasagna for GH4K's Connect Support Group Christmas Celebration on December 8 delivering ready to serve. For details and to sign up go to our website GH4K.org There will be more opportunities to give shared there. Godshands4kids@gmail.com

Belong Ministry Thanksgiving Baskets

Did you know that 30% of our students are facing hunger on our campus? Belong Ministries is partnering with CFE and other campus ministries to begin bridging the gap of hunger on campus. You can be a part of this initiative by providing a Thanksgiving basket full of microwavable foods and treats. If interested in donating a Thanksgiving basket we'll provide a list, please sign up by scanning the QR code

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