THE LORD’S DAY, SUNDAY, July 13, 2014

                                              July 13, 2014   Vol. 68   No.27



A GREAT COMMISSION! Then He said to me, "Son of man, stand on your feet that I may speak with you!"  As He spoke to me the Spirit entered me and set me on my feet; and I heard Him speaking to me. Then He said to me, "Son of man, I am sending you to the sons of Israel, to a rebellious people who have rebelled against Me; they and their fathers have transgressed against Me to this very day.” Ezekiel 2:1-3   Dr. Dela Adadevoh based his messages last weekend on the these scripture verses about the commission given to Ezekiel from God. He related stories of God’s amazing work in Africa and other areas of the world, how even one new believer brings many more to Christ. We are commissioned by Christ to share the good news of the gospel of Christ with others
 SATURDAY  
 SATURDAY YOUTH GROUP MEETING: 5 P.M.
                           SATURDAY NIGHT WORSHIP SERVICE: 6 P.M.
Chick Stults will speak.
 SUNDAY         ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS: 9:30 A.M.
                           SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE: 10:45 A.M.  Chick Stults will speak.
                           (
Nursery provided. Junior Church begins about 11:15 A.M.)

 CHURCH  CALENDAR TUESDAY:  Ladies Bible Study, 6:30 P.M. at Bethel Church, upstairs. The Shelter of God's Promises by Sheila Walsh. TUESDAY: Bible Study, 7 P.M. at church downstairs in Memorial Hall. WEDNESDAY:  7 P.M. Bible study & prayer upstairs. How can we pray for you?   
CHURCH NEWS  Thank you to Dr. Dela Adadevoh for his inspiring messages last Saturday night and Sunday morning. Saturday night it was his wife, Elizabeth’s, birthday, so cake and ice cream were provided after the service. Sunday noon there was a potluck lunch held in their honor. Dr.Dela brought us news of the Christian movement throughout the world. God is working mightily. He reported that Africa has experienced a multi-year revival. Other countries, like China, have high numbers of people turning their lives over the Jesus Christ daily. Dr. Dela is Vice President of Campus Crusade for Christ. He has also worked with Campus Crusade's Christian Embassy ministry, helping  minister to diplomats in Nairobi,         
 Kenya, and Zimbabwe.In September 1999, he was a guest  speaker at the United Nations Prayer Breakfast  in New York.
* Thanks to Marsha Gunnlaugsson for placing the lovely flower arrangements in church for the services each week continuing the tradition Arbutus took on after Carmen Lucke could no longer do it.  Marsha gathers the flowers from Arbutus and Harold’s garden.* The annual meeting of Bethel Church will be held July 30th in Memorial Hall at 7 P.M. *
There is a mission opportunity in Honduras February 7-14. It may seem early, but there are only 30 spots. Total cost is $2,000 for each person. The trip includes a medical assistance team as well as those who will share the gospel message. Contact Ellie McClanathan for further information.
COMMUNITY NEWS  The Farm Museum will sponsor a home tour on July 18th from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. This event is held every other year. * The 32nd annual Kewaunee/Door Salmon Tournament begins July 19th and ends July 27th. The first prize is $10,000 plus a custom designed salmon ring with a diamond eye by Paul Spanbauer, and the fish will be mounted by Scott Mansur’s Northland Taxidermy in Algoma. Second place winner gets $2,000 cash and a set of Cannon electric downriggers. Third place is $1,000 cash and a Howie’s Tackle Copper Wire Combo Prize Package. At the end of the tournament, prizes will be paid out in a declining scale until all monies are depleted.  There are also daily port prizes that will be awarded  to the fisherman who registers the biggest salmon at each of the ports involved in the tournament.  Krueger’s Kap’s Marina is the official registration and weigh in place for Washington Island.  You have to enter to win! Tickets are $25 for the full nine days or $13 for one day ticket. * The Annual Rec Center Run is July 26th. Runners need to register 15 minutes before the run which begins at 10 A.M. 10K Run = 6.2 miles; 5K run = 3.1 miles; 2K Fun Run = 1.2 miles; 5K walk = 3.1 miles; 2K walk = 1.2 miles. Age brackets: 12 & under; 13-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59, and 60+.  Entry fee is $25 per pre-registered runner; $30 per runner on the day of the event. All entries receive both a t-shirt and participation ribbon. * The Washington Island Lion’s Club Fly-In Fish Boil is July 19th at the airport. Come out and enjoy the boiled white fish dinner from 11-3 (hot dogs for land lubbers). * Congratulations to Zuzka and Kraig Krueger on the birth of their daughter , Lilian Gabriela, born July 3. She weighed 6 lbs. 6 oz. and was 20 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Will and Lois Krueger, Washington Island. * A Memorial Service was scheduled for Saturday, July 12 at Bethel Church for Jack Lindgren. Pastor Ryan officiated.

THE LORD’S DAY, SUNDAY, July 13, 2014


Church: 920-847-2116         Pastor Ryan Schmitz: doulosry@live.com       (C): 920-495-0380     (H): 920-847-2155
                                                              WEB SITE:  http://islandbethelchurch.com
A GREAT COMMISSION!   Then He said to me, "Son of man, stand on your feet that I may speak with you!"  As He spoke to me the Spirit entered me and set me on my feet; and I heard Him speaking to me. Then He said to me, "Son of man, I am sending you to the sons of Israel, to a rebellious people who have rebelled against Me; they and their fathers have transgressed against Me to this very day.” Ezekiel 2:1-3   Dr. Dela Adadevoh based his messages last weekend on the these scripture verses about the commission given to Ezekiel from God. He related stories of God’s amazing work in Africa and other areas of the world, how even one new believer brings many more to Christ. We are commissioned by Christ to share the good news of the gospel of Christ with others
 SATURDAY  
 SATURDAY YOUTH GROUP MEETING: 5 P.M.
                           SATURDAY NIGHT WORSHIP SERVICE: 6 P.M.
Chick Stults will speak.
 SUNDAY         ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS: 9:30 A.M.
                           SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE: 10:45 A.M.  Chick Stults will speak.
                           (
Nursery provided. Junior Church begins about 11:15 A.M.)

 CHURCH  CALENDAR TUESDAY:  Ladies Bible Study, 6:30 P.M. at Bethel Church, upstairs. The Shelter of God's Promises by Sheila Walsh. TUESDAY: Bible Study, 7 P.M. at church downstairs in Memorial Hall. WEDNESDAY:  7 P.M. Bible study & prayer upstairs. How can we pray for you?   
CHURCH NEWS  Thank you to Dr. Dela Adadevoh for his inspiring messages last Saturday night and Sunday morning. Saturday night it was his wife, Elizabeth’s, birthday, so cake and ice cream were provided after the service. Sunday noon there was a potluck lunch held in their honor. Dr.Dela brought us news of the Christian movement throughout the world. God is working mightily. He reported that Africa has experienced a multi-year revival. Other countries, like China, have high numbers of people turning their lives over the Jesus Christ daily. Dr. Dela is Vice President of Campus Crusade for Christ. He has also worked with Campus Crusade's Christian Embassy ministry, helping  minister to diplomats in Nairobi,         
 Kenya, and Zimbabwe.In September 1999, he was a guest  speaker at the United Nations Prayer Breakfast  in New York.
* Thanks to Marsha Gunnlaugsson for placing the lovely flower arrangements in church for the services each week continuing the tradition Arbutus took on after Carmen Lucke could no longer do it.  Marsha gathers the flowers from Arbutus and Harold’s garden.* The annual meeting of Bethel Church will be held July 30th in Memorial Hall at 7 P.M. *
There is a mission opportunity in Honduras February 7-14. It may seem early, but there are only 30 spots. Total cost is $2,000 for each person. The trip includes a medical assistance team as well as those who will share the gospel message. Contact Ellie McClanathan for further information.
COMMUNITY NEWS  The Farm Museum will sponsor a home tour on July 18th from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. This event is held every other year. * The 32nd annual Kewaunee/Door Salmon Tournament begins July 19th and ends July 27th. The first prize is $10,000 plus a custom designed salmon ring with a diamond eye by Paul Spanbauer, and the fish will be mounted by Scott Mansur’s Northland Taxidermy in Algoma. Second place winner gets $2,000 cash and a set of Cannon electric downriggers. Third place is $1,000 cash and a Howie’s Tackle Copper Wire Combo Prize Package. At the end of the tournament, prizes will be paid out in a declining scale until all monies are depleted.  There are also daily port prizes that will be awarded  to the fisherman who registers the biggest salmon at each of the ports involved in the tournament.  Krueger’s Kap’s Marina is the official registration and weigh in place for Washington Island.  You have to enter to win! Tickets are $25 for the full nine days or $13 for one day ticket. * The Annual Rec Center Run is July 26th. Runners need to register 15 minutes before the run which begins at 10 A.M. 10K Run = 6.2 miles; 5K run = 3.1 miles; 2K Fun Run = 1.2 miles; 5K walk = 3.1 miles; 2K walk = 1.2 miles. Age brackets: 12 & under; 13-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59, and 60+.  Entry fee is $25 per pre-registered runner; $30 per runner on the day of the event. All entries receive both a t-shirt and participation ribbon. * The Washington Island Lion’s Club Fly-In Fish Boil is July 19th at the airport. Come out and enjoy the boiled white fish dinner from 11-3 (hot dogs for land lubbers). * Congratulations to Zuzka and Kraig Krueger on the birth of their daughter , Lilian Gabriela, born July 3. She weighed 6 lbs. 6 oz. and was 20 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Will and Lois Krueger, Washington Island. * A Memorial Service was scheduled for Saturday, July 12 at Bethel Church for Jack Lindgren. Pastor Ryan officiated.