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june : 2014

cc:journal l i f e at C e n t r a l C h r i s t i a n

DADS a son’s first hero. a daughter’s first love.


cc:journal executive editor : David Welsh creative director : Debra Roark Smith print production : Paul Huff distribution : Melanie Pedersen

in this issue

| june 2014

contact us Central Christian 2900 North Rock Road, Wichita Kansas 67226-1198 316.688.4400 | mail@ccc.org

visit us online website: www.ccc.org facebook.com/ccc.wichita twitter.com/cccwichita

When Doing the Right Thing Feels Wrong by Melissa T. Hopper, Psy. D.

worship with us Saturday evenings | 5:33 Sunday mornings | 8:45 n 10:00

n in every issue : 3 Pursuing the Heart of God : by Pastor David Welsh 10 Counselor’s Corner :

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11:30

casa de luz hispanic church Sunday evenings | 5:00 Central Christian Chapel

15 Our Church Family 16 Calendar

n ministry news : 5 Military Care Ministries 683.4083 Michael Thorne Director 6 Children We desire to help create caring connections within the church and help others walk through challenging life events. 7 Sports & Recreation Central Christian Academies 688.1161 Central Christian Academy : Grades K-8 : David Funk Headmaster 8 Men Central Christian Academy Preschool : 2-5 Yrs : Judy Buckert Director Joyful Noise Academy Daycare : 18 mos & walking : Pam Harrod Director 11 LifeGroups Central Christian Counseling Center 683.4083 11 Youth Tallgrass Executive Suites, 8100 E. 22nd St. N., Bldg. 800, Ste. 100 Aaron Scharenberg LCPC, Care/Counseling Pastor 12 His Helping Hands Central Christian Printing 688.4400 | | David Mann Debra Roark Smith Paul Huff | Heidi Johnson 13 Women

ministries

Central Homeschool Family Ministries e: chfm@ccc.org

n events : Legacy Ministries Financial Resource Planning 688.4400 4 God Shed His Grace on Thee — Bob Crew CFA, CFP A Patriotic Musical for the Hospital, Homebound & Care Facility Ministries 688.4400 Barb Marchand 619.4775; marchandb@ccc.org Whole Family : June 29 Please keep us apprised of those who would like to be visited and/or brought communion while in the hospital or a care facility. 6 Summer Events for Children Also, if you know of a Central member who is critically ill, homebound, in the hospital or a care facility, please let us know. 7 Sports & Recreation Camps for His Helping Hands 838.8528 Children 1441 E. 37th St. N. Paul Dohm HHH Executive Director 9 Central Christian Church Outdoors Media CCCMedia.org Jeff Huhman Creative Arts/Technical Director : June 5

Karen Ryan Executive Director | Susan Warner H.S. Director Kris Sayler Elem. Director

Prayer Ministries 688.4400

Emergency Prayer Request Line : Barb Marchand 619.4775

Radio Ministry “Pursuing the Heart of God” with Pastor David Welsh

Sundays @ 7 a.m. on Bott 94.3 FM Sundays @ 10 a.m. on KNSS 1330 AM Sundays @ 11 a.m. on KSGL 900 AM


Pursuing the heart of God David Welsh senior pastor

My only daughter, Sutton Elizabeth, just graduated from high school last month. She is also the last child I have at home. Her recent accomplishment is another reminder that time moves on, despite our efforts to slow the clock. It wasn’t that long ago it seems that we were celebrating her arrival in Florida, the only one of my three children born in the Sunshine State. My wife Kim still vividly remembers being pregnant in the hottest summer on record in north central Florida. Even the alligators and sharks stayed underwater and left the wildlife alone because it was too hot to move. It’s a scary thing to see a palm tree melt. But when you start counting the passing time by school years, the pace picks up. You parents know what I am talking about, don’t you? Let’s all begin a chorus of “Sunrise, Sunset.” Join in! Ok, I’m done singing. The fact is, we are excited for our children each time they pass another milestone or add another accomplishment to their journey in life. We continue to pray that God guides their path in the future, and that our kids offer the praise and thanks the Heavenly Father so deserves. I want that for Central as well. As God blesses us, we praise Him. That’s why I am so excited about the next three months. This is the first summer to utilize the new Youth Center. The valet ministry is functioning and encouraging single parents and individuals with mobility issues to use the covered drive-through. Both are opportunities for ministry and reasons to praise God. The technology and aesthetic changes that will develop in the Worship Center this summer are also reasons to celebrate and give thanks. The summer of 2014 will no doubt be a very busy time for all of us. That’s why we need to pause from time to time and count the blessings. I encourage you to do that regularly. Now if you excuse me, I must go and eat leftover graduation cake. That’s my job. I do it well. On a personal note….congratulations Sutton. I’m proud of you.

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care ministry :

michael thorne

Hope on the Frontlines Hope on the Homefront The goal of the Military Ministry of Central Christian is to support military members, veterans & their families through our existing ministries. Whether you want to get connected to a small group, a Bible study, serve alongside other like-minded people, or need support because a loved one is currently deployed, injured or suffering from the effects of war, we are here to help you. This ministry is based on the belief that faith makes a difference in the lives of those in harm’s way—those who have answered the call to serve their nation and live with the special conditions and stresses of military life before, during and after deployment, on the frontlines, or on the homefront. Only God’s Word specifies the protective armor for the soul. While military training equips the mind & body for battle, military personnel & their families also need to be spiritually equipped, in order to withstand the heavy challenges that constantly assault their souls. Our purpose is to help every troop, leader, and family member hear and receive the life-transforming message of salvation in Christ. Our heart’s desire and earnest prayer to God is that military men, women & families might be saved. We also want to walk with them as they grow in Biblical knowledge and experience, that they might be spiritually prepared to successfully defeat the enemies that threaten them. For more information, please visit: www.ccc.org/military_ministry

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bryce hutson

children :

have large group and small group teaching times, crafts, recreation, and much more! All lunches and snacks will be provided for each day of the camp. Campers should be dropped off at the church building each day no later than 8am and must be picked up no later than 5pm; however, campers may be picked up as early as 3pm, as each day will conclude with a movie in the Chapel. Registration ends Monday, June 2nd.

Summer Fun & Sun For Preschoolers Thurs • 9:30–11:30 am Pavilion • $3 per child June 26: Trike & Bike Rally July 31: Ooey Gooey Day

Grandparents Day

Each day will have a different theme with a story time and craft. Children must be accompanied by an adult and we want to encourage all parents to preregister their children by the Monday prior to the event online at www.ccc.org.

Summer Fun Days

For incoming 4th & 5th graders Tues, June 3: Bowling • 12–4 (other dates TBA)

pm

Summer Fun Days begins Tuesday, June 3rd with Bowling and ending Wednesday, July 23rd with our annual Glow Dodge Ball Tournament. The cost varies by event. Check the Summer Book for full details, or go online to www. ccc.org and register for the activities that your student can attend. Please note: due to holidays and other Central Kids events, we will not meet every week from start to finish.

Day Camp

Mon–Thurs, June 9–12 8 am– 5 pm $60 per child (includes camp t-shirt, snacks and lunch) This camp for 1st–3rd graders will be held at Central, but will involve some trips for off-site activities. Each day, campers will

For Grades K–5 Mon, June 30th 10:00 am–Noon • $5 per person This is a great opportunity for grandparents and their grandkids to have a “GRAND” time together! Join us for snacks, crafts, games and much more!

Fx 2014 July 14–17

For more on this amazing family event, read about it in the Summer Book or online at ccc.org.

Build It Camp

Mon, July 21st 8:00 am–1:30 pm • $10 per child (includes lunch and a set of take-home bricks) This one-day camp for 1st– 5th graders is a fun day of building, exploring, and bonding with friends. Check the Summer Book or online at ccc.org.

Kindergarten Pizza with Pastor Bryce Wed, July 30th

More in the Summer Book or at ccc.org.

Overnight Camp

For Grades 4–5 Mon & Tues, August 4–5 More in the Summer Book or at ccc.org.


Blue Crayons Art Camp

Looking for a creative outlet for your child this summer? Blue Crayons Art Camp might be just the place! Mrs. Patti is a degreed teacher with 28 years experience. She loves Jesus, children, and the creative process! Each day of Art Camp, the children will enjoy drawing, painting, creating, getting messy and being exposed to line, shape, color and shading. Each week’s class costs $50 per person and is limited to just 8 students. Students may enroll in any or all weeks. Register ASAP at www.ccc.org Week #1: June 2–6: Our Great Big Sky! Week #2: June 16–20: The Ocean Deep!

Victory Soccer Camp

June 2nd–6th • 9am–Noon • $89 per child Register at www.victoryinsoccer.org

Volleyball Camp

June 16th–19th • Ages 8–16 Registration $50 online | $55 walk up Register at www.ccc.org

Dodgeball Camp

June 23rd–26th • 9–11:30am • Ages 6–16 $50 online | $55 walk up Register at www.ccc.org

Advanced Skills Basketball Camp

June 23rd–26th • 12:30–3:30pm Ages 10–16 who have played competitive basketball for 3+ years $50 online | $55 walk up Register at www.ccc.org

sports camps

June 2nd–July 18th Ages 4–6: 10–11:30am Ages 7–10: 1–2:30pm Gym Room #3 $50 per student, per class Classes limited to 8 students

sports ! recreation :

jennifer mccurdy

art camp

All Skills Basketball Camp

July 14th–17th Ages 5–10 • 9am–Noon Ages 11–16 • 12:30–3:30pm $50 online | $55 walk up Register at www.ccc.org

Week #3: June 23–27: A Bug’s Life! Week #4: July 14–18: The Animal Kingdom

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Men of Issachar is a monthly men’s breakfast for men of all ages who just want to engage with other men around the church. All men feel the angst of things we wish were different and how to be God’s man in today’s world. Men of Issachar is a great place to start as we all strive to forge an understanding of the times and direction our lives should take.

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thursday, june 5 • 6–8 pm • central court • chili dog dinner & cool guy stuff

men... love the outdoors and want to use it as a vehicle to extend

the Good News of the Gospel? Then, this is the group for you!

Whether you’re a master woodsman or never baited a hook, you are invited to our event on Thursday, June 5 from 6 -8pm in Central Court. You’ll get a free chili dog dinner and more information about the group and how you can get involved. Get connected with Bow Hunting, Archery, Upland Game & Waterfowl Shotgun Hunting, Freshwater Fishing, Fly Fishing & Fly Tying, Hiking, Camping, Big Game Rifle Hunting, General Shooting Sports & more to come as God brings together guys with a common interest.

men | involvement :

tom black

rsvp to Sherri Reinstatler at reinstatlers@ccc.org. we hope to see you there!


Counselor’s

CCCorner

RIGHTthing feels WRONG.

When doing the

A friend of mine has played golf for many years. Recently, he wanted to improve his game and started lessons with the course pro who promptly pointed out all of the problems with my friend’s technique. When the pro demonstrated the correct way to stand, hold the club, and swing, my friend commented that, “it just didn’t feel right.” He was so accustomed to doing what came naturally that the change felt wrong, even though it could eventually improve his game. I bet you can imagine where I am going with this… There are times in our life when “what comes naturally” is not really what is most effective or best for us. Here are some examples of what I mean: It might feel natural for you: • To become defensive and reactive when people give you feedback or make a comment. • To emotionally shut down and push others away when you are struggling, or when you are in conflict with another. • To automatically say “yes” when someone asks you for a favor. • To roll your eyes and sigh when your child asks you to do the same thing over and over. • To yell when you are frustrated. • To continue eating long after you are full. • To make impulse purchases you can’t afford. My point is that when we begin to address these dysfunctional habits, the new ways of behaving may feel foreign and uncomfortable.

by Melissa T. Hopper, Psy. D.

It may feel strange or awkward for you: • To sit down and listen non-defensively to someone share their thoughts or feelings that are different than yours. • To say “no” or at the least “let me think about it” when someone asks you to take on another project. • To talk to someone about your feelings instead of shutting down and pushing everyone away. • To patiently help your child with what they need without unnecessary sighs or sarcastic comments. • To take a deep breath and consider the impact your words make on others. • To stop when you are full and honor your body by saying “no, thank you” to additional servings. • To stop yourself from that impulse purchase because you know it is not necessary. However, the longer that you practice this new skill the more natural it will feel. As Christians, our whole lives are about transformation. God’s love through Jesus has called us to a new way of living, thinking, and interacting with others. As Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 10:5 we need to change negative thoughts and behaviors by taking “captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.” Much of what God calls us to do is not consistent with our nature and it feels uncomfortable to stretch beyond what we know. Even the most practiced new skill may disappear when we are stressed and revert back to what comes naturally. However, if we continue to seek God and focus on healthy changes, whether it is a new way to swing the golf club, interact with others, or respect ourselves, it will not be long until they begin to feel like second nature.

EAT or DRINK or WHATEVER you do, do it all to the GLORY of GOD. I Corinthians 10:31 So whether you


No one should “do life” alone!

July 27–August 1 Cross Bearing Adventure for Middle School Total Cost: $350 Register online NOW! Don’t forget to download the Camper’s Adventure Planner! For more information, check out Cross Bearing Adventure on Facebook

At CCC, we are convinced that the only way for anyone to truly experience the “full life” that God longs for us to have is to do life together! However, authentic relationships can’t really happen in a weekend service. That’s why we offer numerous LifeGroups that come in all “shapes and sizes” that meet in homes throughout the Wichita metro area. Simply take that first step and let us know you would like to explore one of our LifeGroups, and we will do our part to get you connected! We are thrilled to help you begin to develop authentic relationships that help you grow spiritually so you can make a lasting impact in this world!

For More Info Contact the Student Ministries Department at 688-4400

Life is better connected. www.ccc.org

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paul dohm

his helping hands :

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Heavenly Treasures

salm 68:10 says, “...and from your bounty, God, you provided for the poor.” This is exactly how the Heavenly Treasures Gift Shop at His Helping Hands (HHH) works.

Items that are donated to us that are not considered “core” or “essential” items (antiques, collectibles, china sets, paintings, jewelry and various over-sized pieces of furniture), are placed in the Gift Shop where they are sold for a very reasonable price. All proceeds from those sales are then used to help HHH provide for the poor and share the Gospel of Jesus with them.

...and from your bounty, god, you provided for the poor. psalm 68:10

possess a heart for the ministry, and will often stop what they are doing to pray with a customer or co-volunteer. The Heavenly Treasures Gift Shop is a very important extension of the ministry of His Helping Hands. In a few weeks, the Gift Shop will expand as it is relocated to the new building complex on the HHH property. Please come out to support the Gift Shop and find your “treasure”. Your purchase will help us to provide for the poor and possibly lead them into a relationship with Jesus...our true “heavenly treasure”!

Most of these non-core items are donated by individuals or from family estates. As our volunteers sort through donations, they often find “treasures” that can be placed in the Gift Shop. A few years ago, one of our volunteers bought a gift for his wife from the shop. When he gave it to her, she exclaimed, “Thank you for the gift, honey, but we donated that item to the Gift Shop last week!” So, you see, even within a family unit, one person’s donation can be a “heavenly treasure” to someone else! Haverty’s Furniture is another contributor, as they regularly donate off-spec and returned pieces of furniture. Some of the items are given to clients, while others may be sold so we might buy something they truly need. For example, if the Gift Shop receives $100 for a decorative piece of furniture, that money can then be used to buy 40 pillows for several clients! The Hutchinson Correctional Facility (HCF) also donates items for the shop. Some of the inmates work in the HCF wood shop making various pieces of furniture from the wood that is reclaimed from their mattress recycling process. Most of this furniture is more suited for outdoors, thus not considered a core need. HHH is blessed to have many dedicated volunteers who operate Heavenly Treasures Gift Shop. Along with their excellent marketing ideas, they also

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ABOVE: A beautiful foyer table donated by Haverty’s. BELOW: One of the rustic tables crafted by inmates from Hutchinson Correctional Facility.


Ladies, although our books have already been ordered for the summer classes, please feel free to attend any of the studies below. You can easily order your own book through Perfect Peace or any of the online bookstores. For questions or to pre-register for the class, please call Lynn Eby at 688-4400, or you may register on the first day of the class.

women :

diana fink

Summer Bible Studies

The Law of Love: Lessons from the Pages of Deuteronomy by Beth Moore | led by Barb Hess Tuesdays, beginning June 3 • 9:15–11:30am • Parlor • $11 Stuck? Wandering? Looking for your Promised Land? Asking, “What’s the point?” Remember...”He brought us out fvrom there, that He might bring us in and give us the land that He swore to give to our fathers” (Deuteronomy 6:23 esv).

The Death & Resurrection of the Messiah by Ray Vander Laan | led by Janalee Seiwert Wednesdays, beginning June 4 • 9:15–11:30am • Hospitality Suite • $10 Pack your bags! We’re going on a journey . . . a quest to uncover Scripture and its meaning across history. Filmed on location in Israel and throughout the Middle East, the Faith Lessons DVD series is an adventure in Biblical learning. You will discover why Jesus turned the world upside down with His compelling call to follow Him. Teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan brings together history, culture, and geography to illuminate the Gospels. This study will focus on the last week of Jesus’ life, His death and resurrection, and the Holy Spirit’s visit on Pentecost.

Lord Change My Attitude by James McDonald | led by Tawnya Kitt Thursdays, beginning June 5 • 9:15–11:30am • Parlor • $17 What does God think about attitudes? This study uses examples from the Israelites journey out of Egypt to how attitudes can affect whether someone stays in the wilderness, or enjoys the blessings of the Promised Land. There is hope for the “additudinally challenged”! You can lead others (and even yourself) from complaining to thankfulness, coveting to contentment, critical to loving, rebellion to submission, etc.

The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman | led by Chris Moreles & Carrie Hutton Wednesdays, beginning June 11 • 6:30pm • Cry Room • $10 Does your child speak a different language? Sometimes they wager for your attention, and other times they ignore you completely. Sometimes they are filled with gratitude and affection, and other times they seem totally indifferent. Attitude. Behavior. Development. Everything depends on the love relationship between you and your child. When children feel loved, they do their best. But, how can you make sure your child feels loved? This study is a great beginning.

Coming This Month: Stitching Sisters Monday, June 9 & 23 6:30–9:00pm Choir Room For ladies who embroider, cross stitch, needlepoint, knit or crochet. Bring your project and supplies and enjoy a time of stitching and fellowship. Child care is not available. Contact Karla Seals at karla356@yahoo. com or 687.9888 for more info.

Glory Babies Gathering Thursday, June 19 7:00–8:30pm • Parlor This ministry walks with women through the losses of miscarriage, stillbirths and infertility. You are welcome to bring a friend with you. As always, we’ll have some tasty treats! Contact Melissa at 7061822 or glorybabies@hotmail. com with any questions, or click: www.glorybabies.blogspot.com.


our leadership pastors David Welsh Senior Pastor Roger London Executive/Ministries Mark Posson Executive/Business Peter Abood Fine Arts/Worship Tom Black Involvement/Men Steve Brummer Worship David Funk Academy Administration Dr. Paul Goddard Missions Bryce Hutson Children Ross Lamp Benevolence David Mann Communications Darren McClintock Outreach Matt McFarren Youth Edwin Ojedis Hispanic Ministries Chad Pickering Young Adults Aaron Scharenberg Counseling Center Craig Tucker Small Groups/Adult Growth

directors Caitlin Bliss Girls’ Discipleship Paul Dohm His Helping Hands Exec Vicki Ejibe Lower Elementary Diana Fink Women Kyle Fleet Middle School Holly Garner Early Childhood Program “Griff’ Griffith Promotion/Electronic Media Rob Hendrix Facilities Op/Safety/Security Linda Highbarger Finance Jeff Huhman Creative Arts/Technical Cheryl Hurley Special Events Jennifer McCurdy Sports/Recreation Robert Nooe Special Needs Joshua Reed Upper Elementary Eddie Rivera Information Systems Deb Shelly Health Promotion Debra Roark Smith Print Production Michael Thorne Care Ministry

Want to know more about Central? This class is designed to help you determine your “next step.” It focuses on the vision and mission of Central Christian and what it means to be a follower of Jesus. If you are interested in membership, or would like to know more about Central, sign up today by calling Silvia at 688-4400 or visiting our website. Our next class will be held

Sunday, August 3rd ~ 11:30am—3:00pm • Our Vision: To be a community after God’s own heart. • Our Mission: To lead people to think like Jesus, live like Jesus.

“Direct my footsteps according to Your Word.” Psalm 119:133a

On Father’s Day we honor all fathers, whether your children have walked this earth, rest in the arms of Jesus, or reside in your hopes and dreams.

managers Gene Blythe Maintenance/Custodial Jackie Cooper Kitchen Steve Crabtree Maintenance/Custodial Paul Huff Print Shop Tracey Hunt Childcare Heidi Johnson Web Design Nancy Miller Contribution/HR Janet Rochat Accounts Payable

executive assistants Sue Crafton Business Silvia Goddard Ministry Barb Marchand Senior Pastor

CCC

board of elders Richard Ochs Chairman Mitch Herren Vice Chairman Cliff Hartman Treasurer Steve Slusher Secretary Jim Andrew • Tom Butz • Dave Callewaert Brian Doom • Derrel Pressnell

Total Donations to Date $3,843,879.00


our church family Comforting those whose loved ones have passed on Gary & Diana Fink on the passing of Diana’s mother Dorothy Long & Family on the passing of her husband, our Art Joe & Jackie Prickett on the passing of Joe’s stepfather Brent & Judy Smothermon & Family on the passing of Brent’s father Dan & Kim Sullivan & Family on the passing of Dan’s mother Larry & Sondra Williams on the passing of their nephew Friends & family of Janet Petry Celebrating the union of husband & wife Caitlin Bliss & Josh Reed May 2, 2014 Denise Weinmann & Alec Rutenbeck May 3, 2014 Celebrating the birth of each new life Emelia Joy Agard Feb 14 @ 8 lbs, 4 oz to Eric & Katie, and grandparents Rod & Sandy Peer Max Steven Mahoney Mar 16 @ 6 lbs, 8 oz to Daniel & Tylie Caleb Nathaniel Scapa Apr 18 @ 7 lbs, 1 oz to Brian & Melissa, and grandparents Rod & Sandy Peer Sawyer Alan McDaniel Apr 29 @ 6 lbs, 9 oz to Eric & Angie, and grandparents Randy & Linda McDaniel and Dwight & Deanna Thiessen Leah Joy Funk May 8 @ 6 lbs, 11 oz to Brian & Jennifer, and grandparents David & Alicia Funk

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financial stats

Attendance: (Casa de Luz; Women’s Retreat) ”...and the people came...” (acts 2:46-47) Apr 12-13........................................................ 3,300 (121) Apr 19-20 Resurrection Weekend................... 5,358 (165) Apr 26-27........................................................ 2,840 (127) May 3-4........................................................... 3,239 (112) Central Christian has added 59 new members in 2014. General Budget Income: ”...and the people gave...” (malachi 3:10-12; ii corinthians 9:6-15) Weekly budgeted goal for fiscal year 2013–14........$131,346.00 Apr 12-13.......................................................$134,208.65 Apr 19-20.......................................................$121,569.57 Apr 26-27.......................................................$103,627.35 May 3-4..........................................................$114,863.87 His Helping Hands Donations: Apr 12-13........................................................... $2,972.00 Apr 19-20........................................................... $7,866.00 Apr 26-27........................................................... $3,113.00 May 3-4.............................................................. $3,569.00 ‘bout time Donations: Apr 12-13........................................................... $9,902.58 Apr 19-20......................................................... $18,127.35 Apr 26-27........................................................... $7,027.80 May 3-4............................................................ $14,507.47

Celebrating the baptisms into new life in Christ (*Casa de Luz) Rebekah Hotalen • Luke Scharenberg Welcoming those who have joined us in membership Jeff Huhman • Lindsey Huhman

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cc:calendar june 2014 1

Next Step, 11:30am–3:00pm

2-6

Victory Soccer Camp, 9:00am–Noon

2-6

Blue Crayons Art Camp, Week #1

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Summer Fun Days : Bowling, for Grades 4-5, Noon–4:00pm

5

Central Christian Church Outdoors, for Men, 6:00–8:00pm, CT

7-15

Mission Trip : Guatemala

9-12

Day Camp, for Grades 1–3, 8:00am–5:00pm, Central campus

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Bible Science Fellowship, 7:00pm

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Happy Father’s Day!

15-28

Mission Trip : France

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Volleyball Camp

16-20

Blue Crayons Art Camp, Week #2

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Men of Issachar Breakfast, 7:00am

22-28

CIY MOVE, for High School

23-26

Dodgeball Camp, 9:00–11:30am

23-26

Advanced Skills Basketball Camp, 12:30–3:30pm

23-27

Blue Crayons Art Camp, Week #3

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Summer Fun & Sun : Trike & Bike Rally, for Preschoolers, 9:30–11:30am, PAV

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BBB (Burgers, Bibles & Blessings), 11:30am-1:00pm, RiverWalk Church of Christ

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“God Shed His Grace on Thee”, Patriotic Musical, 7:00pm, WC

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Grandparents Day, for Grades K-5, 10:00am–Noon

july 2014 4

Independence Day Holiday : Church Building & Office Closed

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Bible Science Fellowship, 7:00pm

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Mission Trip : Haiti

14-17

All Skills Basketball Camp, Ages 5–10, 9:00am–Noon, Ages 11–16, 12:30–3:30pm

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Blue Crayons Art Camp, Week #4 Our Mission: To lead people to think like Jesus, live like Jesus.

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