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Saturday, November 14, 2020 - 00:29

The Repairers of the Breach

The Road to the Future Lies Through the Past and the Poor

Resources

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.

True Christianity heeds the ancient summons to be repairers of the breach. Jesus demonstrated what this means. There can be no modern revival without it.
Saturday, January 11, 2003

More In This Series

01/18/2003
What can make God laugh and cry simultaneously? Discover how you can walk where Jesus walked. It's closer than Palestine. But it's harder for the human heart to get there.
01/25/2003
Jesus, an advocate for the poor, often slept on the street. He still does. When we help the poor and homeless, guess what we're doing?
02/01/2003
What is the Christian view of equality? Equal material resources? Equal opportunities? Equal . . . ? Explore the equality that is closest to God's heart.
02/22/2003
True Sabbath keeping: my way, your way, or God's way? How does God feel about worship that ignores social justice and action? Explore the deeper meaning of true Sabbath keeping.
03/08/2003
Ever heard of the Mother Teresa Effect? Modern research results substantiate Isaiah's formula for health and healing.
03/29/2003
Do the worlds of science and spirituality mix? What does God ask in exchange for all the riches of heaven?
04/05/2003
Is there a spiritual way to respond to war? What kind of war are Christians called to wage?
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Lead or Join a Grow Group

It's a fresh new year, and it's time for a fresh new Grow Groups season! Grow Groups are Pioneer's small groups that incorporate 5 S's: Shared interest, Spiritual touchpoint, Service project, Social event, Semester-based. That's it, in a nutshell! Grow Groups are for EVERYONE—all welcome to join.

Leaders, if you are passionate about something and want to use that to foster community and lead others to Jesus, we can probably help you turn that passion into a Grow Group! Let us know as soon as possible because the deadline to sign up to lead a group is January 21. For more information please email growgroups@pmchurch.org or visit pmchurch.org/grow to sign up.

Dates to Keep in Mind:

  • Digital Group Leader Registration Deadline: January 21
  • Leader Orientation (via Zoom): February 1, 7:00 PM
  • Spring Grow Groups Meet: February 7 – May 1

Lead a Grow Group

 

Year-end Contribution Statements

It is almost time for you to receive your Year-end Contribution Statement. Pioneer knows that you have had an unusual year and wants to make it easy for you to receive your Year-end Contribution Statement. This time around, you will receive your Contribution Statement easily and conveniently via email. If you have not recently updated your contact details, please email clerk@pmchurch.org with your current email address to ensure that you receive your statement. Thank you!

Pioneer Veterans

Adventist active-duty military personnel are eligible to receive a free devotional book, courtesy of the National Service Organization and Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries. Single service members, as well as other employee categories, may choose one free devotional. Married service members may choose two devotional books. You may order these online in your personal profile here at AdventistsonUniform.org. There will be more information about the profile next week.
Our National Service Organization, a subsidiary of Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries offers a free devotional book annually.

To be eligible for NSO-sponsored complimentary devotional books, you must be a Seventh-day Adventist Church member in an Adventist church in the North American Division and in one of the following military-related categories:

  • All North American Division members who are active-duty military stationed overseas for a year or longer
  • DoD civilian employee of the military services stationed overseas
  • DoDEA teacher or principal stationed overseas
  • Military exchanges (AAFES, NEX, etc.) worker overseas
  • Government contractor overseas
  • A spouse living overseas with their non-Adventist military spouse

Keep our service people in prayer. They face some difficult decisions and endure hardships daily and need God's wisdom and protection. Have you any military family members or friends that we can include in our prayers? Send their names to jjnorthjr@gmail.com.

—James North, Jr., Pioneer Veterans Coordinator
jamesn@andrews.edu | 269-471-1590