Not I but Christ: Tales of Humility

After the Thunder, Missed

Speaker

Dwight K. Nelson

Since 1983, Dwight Nelson has served as lead pastor of the Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University. He preaches on the “New Perceptions” telecast, teaches at the theological seminary and has written some books, including The Chosen. He and his wife, Karen, are blessed with two married children and 2 granddaughters.

In a classic biblical story one of the "Hothead" brothers became exhibit "A" of the upside down kingdom. And the way it happened is the way it still does.
Saturday, May 17, 2008

More In This Series

05/24/2008
Have you ever failed at something really important to you? Ever heard of failing successfully? Learn this lesson and you've gained the key to possessing an inner quiet of soul that no person, task, risk or disappointment can shake.
06/07/2008
There's a character trait of sanctification that we're never invited in Scripture to pray for directly, but to work out on our own. At the intersection of two powerful biblical stories, discover the formula for achieving this essential trait, and prayer language appropriate to the occasion.
06/14/2008
The two morally crisscrossing tales make the vital point. And it's driven home by the secret chapter of the second tale that reveals a hard pathway that we want very much not to travel but which leads to an outcome that we very much want.
06/21/2008
Ever thought of the Almighty God as the most humble being in the universe? If it's true, maybe that's why humility in His children is such a big deal to Him. Consider a one-line formula guaranteed to expel personal pride and self worship.
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Volunteer this Summer in Children's Sabbath Schools!

As a university church, we disciple AU students helping in every Sabbath School. During vacation months, substitute teachers and pianists are needed, May through August, and December, each year. Experience God through the eyes of a child by making a Sabbath School small group part of your summer adventure this year. Sign up today!

Sunday Music Series Cancelled

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Sunday Music Series concert at the Howard Performing Arts Center with violinist Brian Lewis, has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience cause to those who were planning on attending the event.

April 21, 4:00 PM
Location: Howard Performing Arts Center

Adopt a Highway with Campus Ministries

Come join Campus Ministries as we adopt a highway and serve our community. The event is April 19, 2019 2-4pm. Twenty four spots are available so come sign up at Campus Ministries. Have any questions email cm@andrews.edu.

April 19, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Location: Campus Ministries
Contact: cm@andrews.edu

Summer GROW Groups

Would you like an amazing summer opportunity to grow in your faith and make new friends at the same time? How about leading a GROW group? A GROW group is a small group that’s based on interest. Groups consist of 12-15 people and they meet for 10-12 weeks in convenient locations around the area. There are outdoor groups, activity groups, Mom groups, singles groups, Bible study groups—or something else entirely. You choose! In addition, you won’t be left on your own. We have a team in place to help coach and support you as you lead. To register to lead a group go to pmchurch.org/grow and click “Lead a Summer Group.” Or for more information feel free to contact me, Rodlie Ortiz, at ortiz@pmchurch.org. You can also contact Brianna Martin at brianna.martin@pmchurch.org. Leader registrations will remain open until May 3rd at noon.

Soup for Students

Students' finals week is coming very soon. PMC is scheduled to have the Soup for Students again on April 30, Tuesday. We need at least 30 people to commit to a pot of soup. You may also donate cookies and bread. Volunteers during and after the event are also needed. Please call Lailane Legoh at (269) 471-6565 by April 29, Tuesday, if you are willing to make a difference in this way. Thank you very much.

Complete the PMC Parent Survey now!

We're eager to hear about your family's experience with PMC Sabbath Schools. Whether your kids are 2, 22, or 52, completing this short survey will help us plan for children and family discipleship. Click the link below or type tinyurl.com/pmcparent1 into a browser, and fill in the online form today. Thank you!

Prayers of the Bible

This quarter the Bible Journey Sabbath School class will be studying 13 great prayers of the Bible. Our daily study will be guided by a template prepared by Seminary professor Teresa Reeve, one of our class’s teachers. As we learn how people in the Bible prayed and how God responded, we will also be learning better ourselves how to pray and how to use sound principles of exegesis for Bible study. If you are new to PMC or if you do not have a regular Sabbath School class, we invite you to join us each Sabbath from 10:30 to 11:30. To obtain a study guide, contact us at thayerja@andrews.edu.

Sabbaths, 10:30 - 11:30 AM
Location: Nethery Hall, Room 143

Seminary Spring Concert

A free concert featuring the Seminary Chorus and other students and staff, faculty and friends of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary.

April 21, 7:00 PM
Location: Seminary Chapel

Volunteer Bible Work Coordinator Needed

Do you have some experience giving Bible studies? Do you feel like God is looking for you to take the next step in your journey with evangelism? We’re looking for someone to help coordinate Bible study interests. If you’re open to hearing more, please contact Rodlie Ortiz at rodlie@andrews.edu.

Renovation Begins

Pioneer Memorial Church is pleased to announce the beginning of its renovation project! You will soon start to see construction traffic and work being done to our roof. Our goal is to complete the project by the start of the fall school semester. In order to accomplish this our timeline needed to be adjusted. Roof work will begin on or around April 1 along with adjustments to interior lighting. For your safety, please observe all posted signage related to construction areas. For the most updated information regarding construction, safety, and use of the church, click the link below. If your question isn’t answered there, you may also email renovate@pmchurch.org or call the church office at (269)471-3133.

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