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November 5, 2011 Kettering Adventist Church 3939 Stonebridge Road Kettering, OH 45419

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First Serv 9:30 a.m. ~ Sabbath School 10:30-11:30 a.m. ~ Classic Worship 11:45 a.m.


Serv November 5, 2011 Jerry Mahn, Worship Leader 9:30 a.m.

Kettering Life — Randy Daniel

Benediction — Pastor Karl Haffner

Nathan Hoyt, acoustic guitar; Becca Thompson, bass guitar Matthew Keys, drums; Jerry Mahn, piano


Worship November 5, 2011 11:45 a.m.

We Gather Together Gathering Music: ........................Southern Adventist University Wind Symphony — Brant Karrick Ken Parsons, director — Frank Ticheli Dwayne Milburn

We Come Into Christ’s Presence Call to Worship..........................................................................................Randy Daniel (congregation standing)

Today is the day which the Lord has made. We can be glad and rejoice in it. We come seeking to celebrate Jesus Christ who is our Creator and Redeemer. Leader: Come and worship with your songs, your prayers, your offerings and your minds. People: We come to worship in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Leader:

People:

Pass the Blessing of Christ’s Peace Hymn No. 2:

................................... tune:

(congregation standing)

Prayer of Invocation................................................................................Randy Daniel Church Life Children’s Story.........................................................................................Victor Brown


Scripture Lesson:

.......................................................................Kathy Boyd

“Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.“

Prayers of the People...............................................................Chaplain Clive Wilson

We Present Our Tithes and Offerings Offertory:

— Dwight Milburn....................SAU Wind Symphony

We Learn from God’s Word Sermon:

........................................................................Pastor Karl Haffner

We are Sent Out With a Blessing Benediction.....................................................................................Pastor Karl Haffner Postlude:

John Wesley Gibson....................................SAU Wind Symphony

Jerry Taylor, organ (This is a 12 minute piece. Those who don’t want to enjoy it should leave the sanctuary quietly.)

Next week: November 12, 2011 Kettering Health Network Mission Conference Sabbath Pastor Randy Roberts, from the Loma Linda University Church, will be guest speaker 9:30 a.m. First Serv ~ 11:45 a.m. Classic Worship 5:00 p.m. Vespers Concert –

by the Church Choir


Worship Notes: Participants: Dr. Karl Haffner, our senior pastor, as part of giving thanks in November, speaks today about stewardship. Randy Daniel, an elder and financial planner, hosts today’s worship. Victor Brown, Kettering College’s dean for enrollment, brings the Children’s Story. Kathy Boyd, a Southern Adventist University alumna and currently the accountant in Spring Valley Academy’s finance office, reads today’s Scripture. Clive Wilson, Kettering College Chaplain, presents the Prayers of the People. Jerry Taylor, our minister of worship and music, is the organist for today’s service. Ken Parsons is director of Southern Adventist University’s Wind Symphony, Brass Ensemble, and Jazz Band. He has been at Southern since 2000. Previously, he taught at Forest Lake Academy in Apopka, Florida. His teaching load includes applied trumpet, brass methods, and most music education classes. As we gather for worship, the SAU Wind Symphony plays settings of three hymns. (2006) is the first movement of Brant Karrick’s . Following a brass fanfare, William Croft’s hymn “O God, Our Help In Ages Past” (Hymn No. 103) is introduced. A short fugal section pays homage to two great composers of past ages and plays into the idea behind the title. The work is dedicated to the composer’s parents: “My father, a music educator and composer, taught me how to orchestrate and to appreciate counterpoint. My mother has been a church organist since before I was born, and I have many fond memories of her opening up the pipes and ‘letting it rip!’ ” Karrick is Director of Bands at Northern Kentucky University.

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(Hymn No. 2) is a paraphrase of the famous by St. Francis of Assisi which proclaims that all creation is invited to bring their gifts and talents to the Lord. The text was written in 1910 by William Henry Draper, an English clergyman. The tune gets it’s name from the German Easter hymn, This hymn, sung as the opening hymn for today’s service, is also the basis of today’s extended postlude, was composed in 2010 by John Wesley Gibson, who serves as the Artist-in-Residence for the internationally acclaimed Dallas Wind Symphony and is recognized for his works for orchestra, band, chorus and percussion. Mr. Gibson taught band and orchestra in the Amarillo Public Schools and composition at both the University of North Texas and the University of Arizona. He served as chair of music at McMurry University and as Assistant Dean at the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University. was written for Dr. Bradley Hunter Welch, organist at Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas. The work was premiered by Dr. Welch and the Dallas Wind Symphony, conducted by Jerry Junkin. A concerto for organ and concert band, is built on five hymn tunes: ; and , and snippets of a couple more!


“X-rays of the Heart� I. The Heart of Giving

II. The Examination Room A. The first x-ray: A _______________ heart (1 Samuel 30 NIV) {9}David and the six hundred men with him came to the Besor Ravine, where some stayed behind, {10} for two hundred men were too exhausted to cross the ravine. But David and four hundred men continued the pursuit. {16} He led David down, and there they were, scattered over the countryside, eating, drinking and reveling because of the great amount of plunder they had taken from the land of the Philistines and from Judah. {17} David fought them from dusk until the evening of the next day, and none of them got away, except four hundred young men who rode off on camels and fled. {18} David recovered everything the Amalekites had taken, including his two wives. {19} Nothing was missing: young or old, boy or girl, plunder or anything else they had taken. David brought everything back. {20} He took all the flocks and herds, and his men drove them ahead of the other livestock, saying, "This is David's plunder." {21} Then David came to the two hundred men who had been too exhausted to follow him and who were left behind at the Besor Ravine. They came out to meet David and the people with him. As David and his men approached, he greeted them. {22} But all the evil men and troublemakers among David's followers said, "Because they did not go out with us, we will not share with them the plunder we recovered. However, each man may take his wife and children and go." {23} David replied, "No, my brothers, you must not do that with what the LORD has given us. He has protected us and handed over to us the forces that came against us. {24} Who will listen to what you say? The share of the man who stayed with the supplies is to be the same as that of him who went down to the battle. All will share alike." B. The second x-ray: A _______________ heart (2 Samuel 24) {22} Araunah said to David, "Let my lord the king take whatever pleases him and offer it up. Here are oxen for the burnt offering, and here are threshing sledges and ox yokes for the wood. {23} O king, Araunah gives all this to the king." Araunah also said to him, "May the LORD your God accept you." {24} But the king replied to Araunah, "No, I insist on paying you for it. I will not sacrifice to the LORD my God burnt offerings that cost me nothing." C. The third x-ray: A _______________ heart (1 Chronicles 29) {6}Then the leaders of families, the officers of the tribes of Israel, the commanders of thousands and commanders of hundreds, and the officials in charge of the king's work gave willingly. {11} Yours, O LORD, is the greatness and the power and the glory and the majesty and the splendor, for everything in heaven and earth is yours. Yours, O LORD, is the kingdom; you are exalted as head over all. {12} Wealth and honor come from you; you are the ruler of all things. In your hands are strength and power to exalt and give strength to all. {13} Now, our God, we give you thanks, and praise your glorious name. {16} O LORD our God, as for all this abundance that we have provided for building you a temple for your Holy Name, it comes from your hand, and all of it belongs to you. {17} I know, my God, that you test the heart and are pleased with integrity. All these things have I given willingly and with honest intent. And now I have seen with joy how willingly your people who are here have given to you. {18} O LORD, God of our fathers Abraham, Isaac and Israel, keep this desire in the hearts of your people forever, and keep their hearts loyal to you.

III. The Giving Heart


November 5, 2011

The Church at Study 10:30 a.m. Lesson Quarterly Classes

Other Adult Classes

Lesson 6: The Priority of the Promise

Women’s Sabbath School.......Stonebridge House

Memory Text “For if the inheritance comes by the law, it no longer comes by promise; but God gave it to Abraham by a promise.” Galations 3:18, ESV Early Lesson Study (from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.).....S-1 Taught by: Eric Beaven Lesson Study & Discussion...........................S-1 Taught by: Dan Stevens Lesson Study & Discussion...........................S-3 Taught by: Jim Hopkins Contemporary Christian Living..........Choir Room Taught by: David Small

Taught by: Linda Farley, Desi Harning, Dragana Fessenden, and Diana Kellawan The Revelation Study..........Senior Pastor’s Office George Bestpitch & Fred Goddard ..........................Center Fellowship Hall For the Collegiate Age Group Taught by: Shelina Berglund Conversations About God..........Kettering College Lower Lobby Dave Evans, Joe Nicosia & Adele Waller

Sabbath School Class..................................N-2 Taught by: Ted J. Shull Advent H.O.P.E...........................................L-2 Taught by: Jennifer Castlebuono Please Note: Next week all adult Sabbath School classes are invited into the sanctuary for a special KHN Mission Conference Sabbath.

Health Nugget:

Health Ministry


Coming Events TODAY — November 5, 2011 Flowers Today —

Worship Bags — Parents of small children can check out (honor system) worship bags for their little ones in three different age groups: 0-2, 3-4, & 5-6 from the red cart in the north foyer. Please return the bags to the cart. Thank you. Southern Adventist University Wind Symphony Concert — 5 p.m. in the sanctuary. Sunset — 6:30 p.m.

THIS COMING WEEK — Church Office Hours 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Friday

SUNDAY — November 6 Daylight Savings Time Ends — Turn your clocks back one hour and enjoy the extra hour sleep. MVA Constituency Meeting — 9:30 a.m. registration, meeting starts at 10:00 in the chapel of Administration Building, Mount Vernon, Ohio. If you were a delegate of Ohio Constituency, you are expected to attend. The Vegetarian Tasting Extravaganza and Health Fair — 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Centerville SDA Church.

FRIDAY — November 11 Singing Bands — 6:45 p.m. Meet in the Kettering Hospital lobby. Sunset — 5:24 p.m.

NEXT SABBATH — November 12, Kettering Health Network’s Mission Conference Weekend Sermon — Randy Roberts from Loma Linda University Church will be our guest speaker. 9:30 a.m. First Serv in the fellowship hall with Steve Schmidt. 10:30 a.m. KHN Mission Sabbath School in sanctuary. 11:45 a.m. Worship Service in the sanctuary. 11:45 – 12:45 a.m. Children’s Church in the fellowship hall with Jeremy Wong Choir Concert — The church choir will present , a concert of favorite spirituals at 5 p.m. in the sanctuary. The Choir will be joined by soloists and the Kettering Advent Ringers. You and your friends will not want to miss this inspiring free concert. Thanksgiving Box Stuffing and Gym Night — at Spring Valley Academy (TBA)

MONDAY — November 7 Pathfinders — 6:45 - 8:30 p.m. at SVA

Reflections on Prayer:

TUESDAY — November 8 Staff Meeting — 9:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting — 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. will meet in S-1, led by Stephen Waterbrook, Sula Mazimba and Pastor Elliot.

WEDNESDAY — November 9 Youth Handbells — 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal — 6 - 7:30 p.m. Praise Orchestra — 7:35 - 9:30 p.m. Advent Ringers — 7:40 - 8:40 p.m.

Great Controversy 525 The Prayer Ministry Team


That You May Know KETTERING CHURCH FAMILY Sympathy — To Debra Rose on the death of her father, William Melnechuk, October 30, 2011 in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Hospitalized — Patricia Davis at Sycamore Hospital. Thank You! — The Children’s Ministry team would like to say “thank you” to all who helped to make a huge success. A special thanks to those who helped to setup and stay afterwards to clean up. Great Job! —

SPRING VALLEY ACADEMY HS Band Concert — Concert Band and the Kettering Praise Orchestra will present a concert of songs, "BROADWAY 2011" on Sunday, November 13, 7 p.m. at the Miami Valley School auditorium. Seating is limited and tickets required. You may purchase tickets at the Kettering Church office. Vegetarian Bulk Food — Order forms available from tables in foyers. Order through Vickie Budd.

COMMUNITY Mount Vernon Academy — The faculty and students of Mount Vernon Academy would like to invite you to our annual Parent Weekend, today and tomorrow. This will include the Annual Fall Festival held in the MVA Gymnasium starting at 6:30 p.m. tonight. The Vegetarian Tasting Extravaganza and Health Fair — November 6, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Centerville SDA Church. The Tasting provides a

sampling of vegan & vegetarian foods, a delightful meal complete with dessert. Call 433-7007 for reservations. The Health Fair includes free health screenings, 5-minute massage & more. Cholesterol screening is available for a fee. No appointment is necessary. Wedding Reception —

Good Neighbor House — Did you know that right now… If you participate in your workplace United Way or CFC campaign, your contribution can be directly designated to Good Neighbor House? Simply, write in the number 0145 on your United Way pledge form and number 74684 on your Combined Federal Campaign. Your generosity will enable Good Neighbor House to feed additional hungry families and provide the desperately needed clothing, dental and medical services to the growing underserved and underinsured population in our own neighborhoods. Please call Good Neighbor House at 224-3003, ext. 107 or visit our website at www.goodneighborhouse.org with any questions. Healthy Harvest Fair — Sunday, November 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the fellowship hall. See insert for more information. Full Time Position — Good Neighbor House is in need of a full time staff person. Here is a summary job description:The Clinic Director is responsible for the daily operation of the clinic. The Director ensures the delivery of efficient and effective care through effective human resources management and the implementation of administrative systems and policies. The director promotes the organization's mission and vision within the community in an effort to recruit and establish volunteer health professionals’ support in the clinic. In addition, he/she capitalizes on new business opportunities through marketing efforts and strategic planning. For a job description and application information please check out our Web site at www.goodneighborhouse.org. No phone calls please.


Church Staff Karl Haffner.................................................Senior Pastor....................................................657-5384 Dan Stevens.......................................Pastor of Administration...........................................689-3612 Elliot Smith.................Pastor of Young Adults, Interns & Outreach Ministries...................369-1062 Jerry Taylor.....................................Minister of Worship & Music........................................602-1514 Kay Starkey.........................................Church Office Manager............................................434-2780 Melinda Miller...............................................Parish Nurse.....................................................321-7437 Sabrina Araiza..................................Intern for Campus Ministry.........................................321-5793 Shelina Berglund................................Intern for Young Adults....................................208-965-1893 Elden Ford.............................................Intern for Technology.............................................522-5398 Jeremy Wong...................................Children’s Ministries Intern.................................502-777-0071 Jerry Mahn......................................Worship Leader for First Serv.......................................409-1111 Clive Wilson .....................................Kettering College Chaplain.........................................545-8756

Serving You Today Presiding Deacon.........................................................................................George Dutton Presiding Elder...............................................................................................Randy Daniel Receptionists.............................................................................................Aric Merrill, N SS Madelyn Callender, S SS Don & Gail Schwerin, N-second service Kathy Boyd, S-second service Serv Bulletin Greeters........................................................................Charlotte Beebe, Janet White, second service Judy Schoun, second service First Serv Audio...........................................................................................Andrew Fellers First Serv Video...................................................................................................Alex Mahn Audio Technician.........................................................................................John McMahan Video Technician........................................................................................Mugurel Brasov Pastor-on-call pager.....................................................................................937-985-0068

Third Annual Thanksgiving Box Assembly Night November 12, SVA Gym Boxes for church families and friends Please bring nonperishable foods to church by next Sabbath, November 12 Sponsored by Children’s Ministry & SVA Home & School Association

Bring-a-Box! Sabbath Thanksgiving weekend November 26 Please bring nonperishable foods to the fall display in back of sanctuary. All contributions will be given to the Good Neighbor House. Drop off between November 14-26.

Complete Bulletin 11-05-11  

Bulletin of the Kettering SDA Church

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