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JUNE : 2017

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C3 YOUTH HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER

kick-off bbq

in this issue sunday, june 5

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CCC Pavilion • 5:00pm–9:00pm

This will be our official welcome to our incoming Freshmen class. All students entering 9th–12th grade are welcome to join and bring others. There is no cost to the event, just come ready to play soccer, volleyball, gaga ball, hang out, meet new people, eat, and welcome summer.

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

| june 2017

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

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

n 11:30

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

ministries Care Ministries 688.4400

n in every issue : 3 Pursuing the Heart of God : by Pastor David Welsh 19 Our Church Family 20 Calendar n features : 6 Summer Fun! 14 Awe & Wonder : by Kristin L. Goodheart, Ph.D.

n ministry news : 7 Children Central Christian Academies 688.1161 Central Christian Academy : Grades K-8 : Michael Hunter Headmaster 5 Men / Teaching Central Christian Academy Preschool : 2-5 Yrs : Judy Buckert Director Joyful Noise Academy Daycare : 18 mos & walking : Pam Harrod Director 12 Missions Central Christian Counseling Center 683.4083 16 His Helping Hands Tallgrass Executive Suites, 8100 E. 22nd St. N., Bldg. 800, Ste. 100 Aaron Scharenberg LCPC, Counseling Center Executive Director 17 Youth Central Christian Printing 688.4400

Barb Marchand 619.4775 We desire to help create caring connections within the church and help others walk through challenging life events.

Debra Smith | Paul Huff | Heidi Johnson

Central Homeschool Family Ministries e: chfm@ccc.org

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

Hospital, Homebound & Care Facility Ministries 688.4400

Barb Marchand 619.4775; marchandb@ccc.org Please keep us apprised of those who would like to be visited and/or brought communion while in the hospital or a care facility. Also, if you know of a Central member who is critically ill, homebound, in the hospital or a care facility, please let us know.

His Helping Hands 838.8528

1441 E. 37th St. N. Paul Dohm HHH Executive Director

Media ccc.aspireonemedia.com

Jeff Huhman Creative Arts/Technical 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

n events : 10 “One Nation Under God” Patriotic Celebration : July 2


Pursuing the heart of God David Welsh senior pastor Have you ever heard anyone say, “If we get rid of the churches, our government could replace them with few problems and nothing lost?” According to some studies, half of Americans believe that statement to be true. But as reported by Eric Metaxas, a commentator for Breakpoint, (a Christian worldview ministry established by the late Chuck Colson) nothing could be further from the truth. According to a study published in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Research in Religion, “religion in the US today contributes $1.2 trillion each year to our economy and society.” That’s more than the top ten tech companies combined, including Google, Apple and Amazon. Quoting the study, Metaxas adds, “The nation’s 344,000 religious congregations aren’t just houses of worship, but are centers for job training, charity, child care and social events. They employ hundreds of thousands of people, creating jobs, and spend billions of dollars on goods and services, which support local businesses. They fund 1.5 million social programs and gather 7.5 million volunteers.” Think the government can replace all of that? I don’t think so. Faith is good for America in many ways, not just standing in the gap for the moral and spiritual soul of our nation. Keep praying, keep serving, be mindful of your responsibilities as a citizen of the United States; but remember first and foremost, you are a citizen of heaven. When we live that way, the world takes notice.

Welcome Our New Groups Pastor:

Jeff Lederer

We are excited to introduce to you Jeff and Cara Lederer and their kids Nathanael, Hannah Belle, Samuel, and Ellie! Jeff and the family have moved from Dallas to oversee our Group Life Ministry, young adults, and mens ministry. We could not be more excited to have Jeff joining us and we hope you extend their family a warm welcome.


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

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...because there needs to be a place where the church just gets together to talk through bible-based answers to the questions they have. Questions like: “Why does this happen? What does God mean when the bible says that? Why do some churches teach this and other churches teach that?” EVERYBODY has questions...but most of the time NOBODY has a place they can go to ask those questions and discuss them. Theologue will try to be that place.

teaching pastor

: DAVID MANN

Thursday, June 29 @ 7pm in the Chapel We have a great time together! Hope you’ll come!

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Bible

SCIENCE

Every 2nd Thursday Next Meeting: June 8 7pm Crown Room

To be placed on our email list, please contact Dr. Paul Ackerman paul.ackerman41@att.net

All men 18 years & older are invited to join us for this monthly breakfast and teaching.

SATURDAY, JUNE 17 @ 7AM IN CENTRAL COURT


CHANGE It is inevitable...and a blessing!

childrens director

: VICKI EJIBE

Anybody who has attended Central over the last few years know there is always something new and different to be aware of. Sometimes the changes are bittersweet, but necessary. Sometimes they are just outright blessings! As of May 1st, we introduced a new leader for The Summit. Tina Nickel is the new Director of Upper Elementary and Sports & Recreation. She has a heart for kids, families and ministry. Look for her to take your kids amazing places in their faith journey. Base Camp is also experiencing a change. I will be moving into a more “roving� position so I can meet more of our families and help wherever a need arises. Josh Costello is taking on the teaching role and our awesome volunteers will still be there as well.

tina nickel

Thank you all so much for trusting Central Kids with your kids. We love each one and look forward to seeing them grow and celebrate each milestone along the way.

josh costello

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SUMMER FUN! Summer fun continues at Central Christian! Toddlers through high schoolers can choose from spiritual retreats, sports/art/acting camps, educational workshops, and just plain fun! Check your Summer Book or go to our website at www.ccc.org for all the details and to sign up. Just a note of caution, some of these events have a limited number of participants and can fill up quickly, so be sure to register as soon as possible.

INSTRUMENTAL STRINGS LESSONS are offered to 4th-8th graders

(and younger students with at least 1 year experience and approval by instructor Jackie Langhofer). Classes take place on Thursdays beginning June 1st. All students entering 9th–12th grades are invited to our

KICK-OFF BBQ! Bring your friends and join us at the Pavilion Sunday, June 4th for a FREE evening of food and games.

MATH WORKSHOP

is June 5–9 for current 5th & 6th graders (4th graders accepted with approval by instructor Dana Oswald.

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SPORTS CAMPS begin this month with SOCCER first up the week of June 5–9. Kids ages 5–16 will have the opportunity to learn from professional player and coach Goran Hunjak. Next are three camps led by David Yordy: VOLLEYBALL for grades 3–9, June 19–22; BASKETBALL, a camp for ages 5–12 to learn the fundamentals of the game, June 26–29; and DODGEBALL for ages 6–17, July 10–13. BOOK CLUB for 5th & 6th graders is on Tuesdays beginning June 6th. It is led by Gaye Ruschen who will also lead Thursday sessions of STORYTIME for pre-K–2nd graders beginning June 8th.

3-D DESIGNING & PRINTING for 4th–8th graders will be led by Marc

Tucker June 12–16.

1ST–3RD GRADE DAY CAMP is June 12–15 and will teach that we are all uniquely wired and wonderfully made in “Gadgets & Gizmos”!

BLUE CRAYONS ART CAMP offers

two sessions this summer: June 19–22 & July 10–13 for ages 4–10.

SUMMER FUN DAYS for 4th–5th graders takes place June 21st at The Warren East where we’ll see “Toy Story 4”. Register by Noon on June 19th.

SUMMER FUN & SUN

for preschoolers is June 22nd. Register by Noon June 21st for “Trike & Bike.”

DR. SEUSS ACTING CAMP, led by Tiffanie Cain, is designed for 1st–3rd graders to explore their God-given creativity, June 26–30. STEAM MAKER CAMP,

Tara Kater, Kim McDaniel & Marc Tucker, is June 26–30 for grades 2–6.

led by

NERF BATTLE will be a morning of all-out fun for 1st–5th graders on June 26th.


This July 2nd marks Central Christian’s 25th anniversary of our Patriotic Celebration. We encourage you to come and invite your family, neighbors, co-workers and friends to an exciting night of celebration right here in our Worship Center. We are going to give all glory to God and pay tribute to the men and women who have contributed to making our country the great stronghold of freedom that we are privileged to enjoy.

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If you’ve never been before, be prepared to be blessed by CCC’s own amazing Worship Arts team. Here’s a link to last year’s program: http://www.ccc.org/worship (Scroll down to the bottom). And don’t forget to join us after the program in Central Court for fellowship and a free Dilly Bar Treat.

We look forward to seeing you here!


Coming “Home Again”. . . missions pastor

: DR PAUL GODDARD

Huy and Shelley Merritt

are missionaries from Central Christian Church serving with the International Graduate School of Leadership (IGSL) located in the Metro Manila area of the Philippines. This institution of higher education is a ministry of CRU and prepares Christian leaders from many countries in Central and Southeast Asia for ministry and other vocational service. Huy currently is the chief academic officer for IGSL and Shelley works with the wives that accompany their husbands in an accredited TESOL (English language learning) program. Often when the graduates return to their countries and start churches or serve in other ministries, the wives can support their families teaching English. The Merritt’s have served with IGSL since 2008 and plan to return home to Wichita this summer. However, this story is not about returning to Wichita. In their recent newsletter Huy and Shelley shared the following:

After 45 years, Huy returns to Vietnam “Huy

left Vietnam at five years of age. Carried onto an airplane, he flew out of the war-torn land with his mother and a new father he barely knew. He traveled to the other side of the world where a new country, language, family, and a future  he didn’t know at all waited for him. continued on page 13

Goodbye, Vietnam.


VIETNAM continued from page 12

In 2008, we moved to Manila, Philippines. Living in the Philippines brought Huy closer to Vietnam in more ways than mere geography. He now had classmates and students from Vietnam. More than connections, they became dear friends and brought his homeland even closer to his heart. He talked often to his mother about returning. He knew he would visit when the time was right. ”

March 2017:

“The time was right”

There were many personal and family moments recounted and pictures from the Merritt’s family trip to Vietnam shared in their newsletter. They were able to spend joyous and memorable (and delicious) times with Huy’s family. Again, Shelley writes of a final, going-away banquet: “Huy wanted his family to know the most important thing in his life—his relationship with Jesus Christ, which began when he was in college. He shared the story briefly with his family, and we gave each family member a Vietnamese Bible and Christian literature. They graciously and warmly received our gift. In addition to the amazing times we had with Huy’s family we also were able to spend time with six graduate families of IGSL, dear friends we know well from their time with us in Manila. How good it was to be with them again. They also, like Huy’s family went far above and beyond all measure of hospitality in their care for us. Truly the trip of a lifetime! We feel certain it won’t be our last.”

TOP: IGSL friends BOTTOM: Huy’s family

Flowering in a Desert Place . . . Recently two members of the Missions Leadership Team, Jake Russell and Myron Smith traveled to a middle-eastern country (name withheld) to visit and evaluate a potential ministry partner. Their trip was officially an MPE (ministry partner evaluation) visit. This type of visit is typically necessary as a final step in evaluating an international ministry prior to deciding upon an ongoing partner relationship. After their visit, Jake and Myron’s trip report highlighted the accomplishments of this incredible ministry presenting the Gospel message to members of several unreached peoples groups from closed and resistant countries in Asia. A few oil-rich, predominately Muslim nations import and contract thousands of skilled and unskilled workers from the developing world to perform manual and semiskilled labor. These contract workers, mostly men, are housed in what might be called “labor compounds or camps” (several to a room). They generally earn more than they can make at home and are typically hired for a period of three years or more. The majority of these workers are practicing or nominally Hindus, Buddhists, and Muslims. (Due to increasing concerns about security, this article will refer to the ministry that was visited by the acronym “FM.”) continued on page 15

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Counselor’s

CCCorner By Kristin L. Goodheart Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist

& AWEWonder The human mind is powerful. Our thoughts can have a strong effect on our moods, feelings, and behaviors. Some people’s brains, particularly those struggling with anxiety and depression, have a “negative filter.” This means that automatic thoughts are often negative, critical, or judgmental in some way. Although there are many reasons a person could have a negative filter, we won’t explore that today. Although our brains often want to understand why we think, feel, or behave in certain ways, we don’t have to know why to be able to manage automatic, negative thoughts and shift our focus to something more helpful. There are two ways in which I encourage you to consider shifting your thinking:

awe & wonder

How often do you find yourself comparing yourself to others or focusing on things that you don’t have? Although we are commanded to not covet our neighbors, their families, and their belongings, sometimes our brains automatically go there. What would happen if you shifted your focus to gratitude and blessings? If you were to think what you find awesome or amazing about your life, what would you put on your list? What would happen if you began or ended your day by reflecting on the ways in which you are in awe of God’s creation and blessings? Over time, it is quite possible that your brain would shift from automatically generating negative, critical thoughts to those of awe, blessings, and gratitude. A second shift I encourage you to consider is moving your mind from judgment to curiosity. Although we are instructed to avoid judging others, most of us can identify times when we have passed judgment. Whether we have judged someone’s parenting style, driving abilities, clothing choices, or something else, it can be very difficult to avoid judging one another. What would happen if you tried to approach a situation with a sense of curiosity? For example, rather than thinking, “What an awful parent!” what would happen if

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AWE continued from page 14

FLOWERING continued from page 13

you thought, “I wonder what is going on for that parent that makes it difficult to calmly communicate?” That shift might cause you to think about possible explanations, such as being sick, tired, or stressed; and many of us can relate to not operating from the best parts of ourselves when we are not feeling our best or when our minds are preoccupied with a significant stressor. Taking a second example, rather than thinking, “Come on driver, get out of the way!” try redirecting to “I wonder what is contributing to that driver’s lack of awareness?” That curiosity might help you to generate possible reasons, such as being lost or not yet having much experience driving. We’ve all been there, right?

In this desert place, FM has been able, with the permission of the government, to develop a very effective outreach ministry into the various labor camps. In the past decade the ministry has shared the Gospel with hundreds, even thousands of these temporary labors, resulting in a growing number of converts and subsequently the planting of house churches. Our two missions’ leaders experienced the effectiveness of FM’s ministry and the power of the Gospel first-hand during their brief visit.

We are human, and none of us is perfect. None of us is without sin, hard as we may try. These strategies will not completely extinguish negative, critical, judgmental thoughts, but hopefully you can try to redirect your focus to awe and wonder when these negative thoughts do arise. Imagine what it would be like if we could consistently shift from coveting to awe and from judging to wonder. I imagine this would allow us to be more grateful, to be more aware of our blessings, to be more compassionate, and to be better able to pray for our brothers and sisters. n

Prior to their trip, Jake and Myron were asked to learn and practice key stories from the Bible that had been selected by FM through experience to appeal culturally to their audience. They also were asked to be ready to share their personal testimonies. FM attracts audiences in the labor camps by holding “Compassion Kit Parties,” presenting to those who attend a gift package of practical, personal items such as t-shirts and socks. They then offer the opportunity to learn more about the Bible and the Christian faith. Most of those who attend cannot read but are attracted by an oral, story-telling approach to the Gospel. During their 3-4 days in the desert, our two CCC representatives were the featured speakers (using a translator) at two Compassion Kit parties. In one, 43 men attended with 14 confessions of faith and in the second, 34 men were present with 31 accepting Jesus as Lord and Savior. Those professing faith were then invited to attend a weekly Story Group that lasts 10 weeks and presents major stories from the Bible. The focus is to teach the core beliefs of the Christian faith and to form these new believers into house churches for continued discipleship. As you might imagine, Jake and Myron were excited to see such a dramatic demonstration of God’s saving grace. They returned with a strong recommendation that our church approve FM as a regular ministry partner. In the city they visited, there were 60 ongoing Story Groups and seven active house churches. FM was started by Missionaries but has recently transitioned to national leadership and begun a new church planting ministry in another country, India, led by some of the more mature converts from their labor camp ministry. Based on Jake and Myron’s recommendation, FM is now a regular missions’ partner of CCC and has received a one-time grant to help purchase “Compassion Kits.” How can a Christian ministry grow and flourish in an inhospitable climate, the heat and sand of this place? …Only by the power of the living God and the vision, prayers, and labors of his faithful servants. As Isaiah 35.6 says,

“For waters shall burst forth in the wilderness and streams in the desert.” NKJV 15


his helping hands executive director

: PAUL DOHM

statistics thru 4.22.17 his helping hands

is a ministry of Central Christian Church which helps people in need of food, clothing, household items and automobiles. At the time of distribution, we share the love of Christ with each individual. people served 20,141 people saved 90 household 12,527 cars/computers 11/17 clothing 108,640 volunteer hours 19,216

fresh hope

empowers women to rise from a lifestyle of poverty. If you would like to make a donation or donate your time to assist with these vital ministries, please call 838-8528. graduations 459 self sustaining 373

For recent stories and testimonies: facebook.com/ ccc.hishelpinghands 16

Perfect Unity

The Apostle Paul exhorted the Colossians to “put on love” thus binding them in “perfect unity”. This exhortation is also applicable to us today and we get to see this principle in action at HHH as we partner with several agencies and churches to meet the needs of many families in our community. A few weeks ago, Tim Quiggle, the Executive Director of Embrace (formerly Pregnancy Crisis Center), sent out an appeal for a car to help one of their clients. Dr. Paul Goddard, Missions Pastor at Central Christian Church, and Pastor Bob Beckler from Central Community Church called to see if HHH could help. Pastor Beckler said they would be willing to contribute some cash for the situation. The Embrace client was a single mom who was trying very hard to supply the needs of her children. She bought a car for $900, but it only lasted for a short time due to some mechanical failures. She went back to the car lot to get her money back, but the dealer said that he couldn’t help her and told her that she should be glad that the car worked for a few weeks. So, this single mom was walking four miles from her first job to her second job…while pregnant! Through the process of some amazing events, HHH was able to provide a 2000 Honda Accord for this single mom. When the Embrace case worker brought the woman to HHH to receive the car, we saw one happy mother. She realized that God was providing for her needs through God’s people. She witnessed love from the staff at Embrace, from the members of Central Community Church and from HHH/ Central Christian Church. And, this love bound us all together in perfect unity as we met her need. Please lift up this single mom in your prayers as she cares and provides for her children, including her unborn child! Praise God that His Word again proves true…love conquers all and provides perfect unity in the Body of Christ!

“And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity.” Col 3:14


MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER CAMP For incoming 6th-8th graders July 30–August 4 Colorado Cost: $275 ($50 due at registration) This summer our students will head out to Colorado for high adventure with Cross Bearing Adventures. Students love this trip as they spend the week living out of cabins, building friendships, learning about Jesus, and engaging in high energy activities (which includes a ropes course, rock climbing, rappelling, white water rafting, and hiking up a 14,000 foot mountain)! Not a fan of heights? Afraid of adventure? No problem. We never force anyone to do anything they are unsure about. We want everyone to have an experience of a lifetime! So, make plans now to join us!

SAVE THE DATE!

C3 YOUTH SUMMER CAMPS

MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER CAMP FOR CURRENT 5TH - 7TH GRADERS

JULY 30 TO AUGUST 4

high school

july 10–15

Registrations will be open after thecontact first of theKyle year. Fleet For questions For more information, at please contact Kyle Fleet at 688-4400. C3 Youth Journey Together.

316.688.4400 or fleetk@ccc.org.

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER CONFERENCE

student pastor

: KYLE FLEET

conference

for current 8th – 12th graders

For incoming 9th–12th graders July 10–15 Lincoln, Nebraska Cost: $250 ($50 due at registration)

Christ In Youth (CIY) Move is a 5-day youth gathering designed to amplify the call of Christ on students’ lives to become kingdom workers. Located on the University of Nebraska campus, MOVE will provide an experience where students will be challenged through interactive worship, preaching, small groups, sports, games, fun, and community building. Students at MOVE not only learn and worship together – they spend time with their church youth groups, discovering ways that God will use them to impact the world!

SEND A KID TO CAMP!

Round up to the next dollar every time you swipe your credit card and help send a kid to summer camp! Give a little every time you spend. See how at ccc.org/loosechange

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our leadership pastors David Welsh Senior Pastor Peter Abood Choir/Worship Tom Black Administrative Steve Brummer Praise Band/Worship Kyle Fleet Student Ministry Dr. Paul Goddard Missions Ross Lamp Benevolence Jeff Lederer Groups Roger London Care/Outreach David Mann Teaching Darren McClintock Discipleship Edwin Ojedis Hispanic

directors

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 in the Choir Room

Sunday, June 11th @ 11:30am–3:00pm • Our Vision: To be a church after God’s own heart. • Our Mission: To lead people to think like Jesus, live like Jesus.

Paul Dohm His Helping Hands, Exec Lynn Eby Women Vicki Ejibe Children “Griff’ Griffith Promotion/Electronic Media Jeff Huhman Creative Arts/Technical Tracey Hunt Early Childhood Cheryl Hurley Guest Services Tina Nickel Upper Elementary/Sports & Rec Robert Nooe Special Needs Derek Pletcher Communications Eddie Rivera Information Systems Janet Rochat Finance Aaron Scharenberg Counseling Center, Exec Debra Smith Print Production Michael Thorne Senior Adults Jennifer Torres Payroll/Human Resources Jason Yakel Interim Facilities

managers Gene Blythe Maintenance/Custodial Paul Huff Print Shop Heidi Johnson Web Design Brad Moser Safety/Security Tim Weaver Video Production

board of elders Robert Noland Chairman Mitch Herren Vice Chairman Dave McClintock Secretary Richard Ochs Treasurer Jim Andrew Jason Buckingham Bill Blasing Dave Kirkwood

Join us every 4th Saturday to serve our community’s poor and homeless

Saturday, June 24 at 11:30am–1:00pm RiverWalk Church of Christ, 225 N. Waco

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For more info, contact: Coleen Barnes coleensharolbarnes@gmail.com 316-264-9703


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financial stats

Comforting those whose loved ones have passed on Larry & Joyce Ray on the passing of Larry’s mother Celebrating the birth of each new life Hazel Joy Smith born April 5 @ 9 lbs, 4 oz to Brian & Emily, and grandparents David & Rhonda Mann and Roxie Smith Celebrating the baptisms into new life in Christ Indiana Winfield • Jason Winfield • Rebecca Winfield Welcoming those who have joined us in membership Sergio Alvarado • Claudia Garcia • Betty Schnitker • Dick Schnitker

Attendance: (Casa de Luz / Web Audience) ”...and the people came...” (acts 2:46-47) April 8–9................................................3,630 (109 / 637) April 15–16 - Resurrection Weekend....5,581 (120 / 767) April 22–23............................................3,351 (106 / 540) April 29–30............................................3,606 (118 / 729) Central Christian has added 23 new members so far in 2017. General Budget Income: (General Fund / His Helping Hands) ”...and the people gave...” (malachi 3:10-12; ii corinthians 9:6-15) Weekly budgeted goal for fiscal year 2016-17.........$134,231.00 April 8–9....................................$128,439.65 / $4,358.00 April 15–16................................$130,015.43 / $2,862.40 April 22–23..................................$97,196.24 / $3,778.00 April 29–30................................$82,633.35 / $52,172.76

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This will be our official welcome to our incoming Freshmen class. All students entering 9th–12th grade are welcome to join and bring others. There is no cost to the event, just come ready to play soccer, volleyball, gaga ball, hang out, meet new people, eat, and welcome summer.

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Kick-Off BBQ, Incoming Gr 9-12, 6:00pm, PAV

5–9

Victory Soccer Camp, Ages 5-16

5–9

Math Workshop, Gr 5-6, 1:00pm

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Book Club begins, Gr 5-6, 1:00pm

8 Storytime & Crafts begins, Pre-K - Gr 2, 10:00am 8

Bible Science, 7:00pm, CR

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Next Step, 11:30am, Choir Rm

12–15 Day Camp : Gadgets & Gizmos, Gr 1-3, 8:00am, YC 12–16 3D Designing & Printing, Gr 4-8, 9:00am 14

Cadre 17 Basement Series for Men begins, 8:00pm, CCC Basement

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Man Challenge, 7:00am, CT

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Happy Father’s Day

19–22 Blue Crayons Art Camp, Ages 4-6 & 7-10 19–22 Volleyball Camp, Ages 3-6 & 7-9 21

Summer Fun Days : Movie for Gr 4 & 5, 12:00pm, The Warren

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

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BBB, 11:30am, 225 N. Waco

24–Jul 1 Mission Trip : Honduras 26–30 Dr. Seuss Acting Camp, Gr 1-3, 9:00am, SUM 26–29 Fundamentals Basketball, Ages 5-8 & 9-12 26

Fun Day : Nerf Battle, Gr 1-5, 9:30am, YC

26–30 Steam Maker Camp, Gr 2-6, 9:00am 29

Theologue, 7:00pm. CH

july 2017 1–8

Mission Trip : Guatemala

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“One Nation Under God” Patriotic Celebration, 7:00pm, WC

Our Mission: To lead people to think like Jesus, live like Jesus.

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