I-70 CLOSURE CONTINUES THRU MONDAY FEB 24:
A reminder for brethren leaving after Church services this afternoon, to avoid trying to use either traffic direction of I-70 (and associated ramps), between I-435 on the west and Hwy-291/I-470 on the east. As announced last week, you will need to find alternative routes if your travels normally include I-70 in this immediate area. Closure schedule dates are weather-dependent.
EMAIL ADDRESS ISSUE:
A reminder email about the I-70 closure was sent out to all Brethren yesterday (Friday). If you did not receive yesterday’s email, or otherwise know your email address has changed, please go to the kclcg.org website; then under the “Helpful Links” tab, go to the page “Update Email.” Alternatively, provide your current email address to either Mr. Bobby Jacques or Mr. John Wells.
READ IN ALL AREAS, FROM HEADQUARTERS:
In keeping with Church tradition, we want to keep services with the utmost respect & reverence. Even though we have options like coffee service & snacks, or other foods given away, we need to remember why we are here and to respect the sanctity of the service. A practice that we want to avoid becoming tradition is that of drinking coffee or other drinks, and eating during services. Except for speakers who may need something for a dry mouth, or small children, or that rare individual who has a medical condition requiring it, we ought not eat or drink during services. Thank you for preserving our good traditions and avoiding practices that we do not want to become traditions in the Living Church of God.
PRAYER REQUEST – BUD JERSETT:
Bud Jersett would appreciate your prayers concerning his heart-valve replacement surgery, scheduled for this coming Tuesday, February 25th.
PRAYER REQUEST – KARLA COTTER:
Alana Dennis is asking for prayers for her sister, Karla Cotter, who has a lung condition potentially similar to that of our mother, Mary Thurber. We will know more after Karla’s March 19th appointment with a Pulmonary Specialist. Our family would greatly appreciate your prayers for Karla’s healing. Thank you in advance, Alana Dennis.
TEEN ACTIVITY – TONIGHT:
Teens & Teen Families, TONIGHT, get ready for an action-packed evening wrapped in food, fun and fellowship, or at least Saran Wrap. Bring your whole family to Cling-together, while participating in games for all. You’ll be Glad you did! Location will be at the Burson’s home. Pasta dinner will be provided. Please bring a side of salad, breadsticks, dessert or drinks to contribute. We hope to see you all there!
PIONEER CLUB MEETING – TOMORROW:
The next scheduled Pioneer Club meeting is TOMORROW, Sunday morning, 10:00 AM, at the Burson’s home. Dads, please continue to work with your sons on the lesson “Knots III” which was sent out a few weeks ago. If you have any questions, please contact Paul West. Looking forward to another enjoyable Pioneer Club meeting!
BIBLE STUDY – MARCH 4:
Our next monthly Bible Study will be Wednesday, March 4th, at the Roger T. Sermon Community Center, 201 N. Dodgion Street, Independence, MO 64050 (SE corner of Truman & Noland roads) in the 4nd Floor meeting room. Doors will open at least by 7:00 PM, with Bible Study starting at 7:30 PM.
SPOKESMAN & GRAD CLUBS – MARCH 7:
The Spokesman & Grad Clubs will meet Saturday evening, March 7th, at the home of John & Paula Wells, 2329 NE Lake Breeze Lane, Lee’s Summit MO 64086 (John’s cell is 816-729-8990 in case you are delayed in arriving on time). Doors open at 6:00 PM; Club starts at 6:30 PM. Please find Club assignments posted on the KCLCG.org website under the Resource Center tab. As a reminder, the “Three-T’s” (Topics, Toast, & Timer) for each Club are to bring snacks & drinks for the break.
NTBMO – PRIVATE ROOM RESERVED – APRIL 8 (Repeat Announcement):
Looking ahead to the Spring Holy Days, the Bodes have once again reserved a private room for the Night To Be Much Observed, April 8th, at EM Chamas, a Brazilian steak house located in the northland. The Bodes have reserved this restaurant several times in the past. For those who wish to sign-up early, a sign-up sheet is on the West Information Table. Detailed flyers will be on the Table at a later date, having the location, more info on the meal, and the total cost for various meal choices. Prices are the same as in the past. In the meantime, if you would like more information, you can call Linda Bode at 816-785-9283.
WORKING ON A MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND CAMPOUT:
More details to come as we finalize the location for a Memorial Day Weekend Campout (last full weekend in May). If you are interested in attending, please let Mr. or Mrs. Jacques know, so we can get a count, or you can follow us on the Facebook page.
MEN’S TRAINING CAMP – UPPER MIDWEST USA – AUG 14-16
Looking ahead to next summer, from August 14–16, 2020 (Friday evening to noon on Sunday), we will have our first Men’s Training Camp in the Upper Midwest area. The location will most likely be east central Wisconsin. The Men’s Training Camp is open to all men, age 16 and over, from around the country. The purpose of the event is to gather together as men to learn to be better husbands, fathers, and Christians. We also build bonds of fellowship and worship God, looking to Him for help in becoming the strong Christian men we need to be in this confused world. More details will be forthcoming in the weeks and months ahead. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Bob Rodzaj at firstname.lastname@example.org. A sign-up list is available on the Information Table. Apart from the sign-up list, we would like a show of hands as to those men interested in attending the Men’s Training Camp next August, asking that the ushers would do the counting, with the total count turned-in to Mr. Jacques.