Upcoming passages at One Place:
November 10: 2 Kings 1-2 (Kenley Hall)
November 10: 2 Kings 3-4 (Dave Ferguson)
One Place is hosting a food drive to help God’s Abundant Pantry with their mission of feeding underprivileged families both on the Andrews University campus and in the Berrien Springs area. We are collecting non-perishable food items such as: canned foods, pasta, cereals and juice boxes.
Items may be dropped off between 9:45am and 12:30pm at Newbold Auditorium in Buller Hall on Sabbath November 10, and 17.
For more information, contact Ashley Boyko or check out the Facebook event page.
Taylor Huffman has been working in Kenya at Maxwell Adventist Academy as an assistant Elementary school teacher.
While she is still away, please send your warm words of encouragement her way via e-mail to let her know that she is in our prayers as she assists the people of Africa in a special way.
Natasha Greenley is working with ADRA in the Philippines teaching children.
Let us lift her up in prayer as well as in words of affirmation and support by sending an e-mail her way.
Celebrating the supremacy of Jesus in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. The One Project comes to Chicago, IL February 11-12, 2013!
A two-day symposium seeking - through gatherings, conversations, web-based content, and Christ-focused publications - to stimulate preaching, worship, and adoration of Jesus within and through the Adventist church.
We have over 1/3 of the spaces taken for the One project gathering in Chicago. Chicago plans are growing every week. We will be offering live translation into Spanish and thanks to Rod and Zan Long we have created the One project kids option. More details will follow next month. We have expanded the schedule around the gathering with two extra opportunities.
First, for those who arrive early you are welcome to sign up for one of the Conversations. These take place Sunday evening and are limited to 8 people per Conversation.
Second, you could join us each evening after the gathering for the Intersection. At the Intersection we will explore what it means to put Jesus. All. in action. The question we often get is "how do we go further with this conversation and move it into praxis". This is the opportunity to move into the practice of Jesus. All. And to share with others what works, what might work, and the challenges we all face in a Jesus. All. ministry.
Explore and define the intersections where theories can become concrete solutions, theology finds implementation, and thoughts meet action.
To find out more information contact Japhet De Oliveira or Tyler Stewart. To sign up, visit the One Project website.