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Northwest Church

June - August 2018

In this Issue: • Enjoying the Summer @ NW | pg. 3

WHO DO I CALL IF ...? Page 24

• Compass Bible Classes | pg. 6 • Save The Dates | pg. 7 • BBQ Basics & Beyond - Outreach for Men | pg. 8 • All-Church Retreat on Labor Day Weekend | pg. 10 • ROOTED: A New Ministry Initiative | pg. 11 • Children/Student Ministries | pg. 12-13 • Health Ministry News | pg. 19


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he summer season is my favorite season in Seattle. It’s the most beautiful place I’ve been on earth ... especially during these three months. It’s also a season for the church to adjust our regular schedule and enjoy some special connection points.

As you look at your summer schedule, we hope NEXT helps you decide when to travel, how to invest, and where to go. We are planning to spend some time in the local park BBQ’ing together, and enjoying some time to connect outdoors. We will host our annual Kids Camp—free for every child in our area as a way to “transform life and community” right here in Lynnwood. Our site will be a primary feeding location for the Edmonds Foundation throughout the summer, and the Community Life Center will host numerous church and community events. All that to say this ... Summer is a time to shift gears, enjoy creation, and invest time in relationship, service, and rest. There’s a phrase from Psalm 121:1–2 (The Message) — “I look up to the mountains; does my strength come from mountains? No, my strength comes from God, who made heaven, and earth, and mountains.” As the light in the Puget Sound grows and morning dawns earlier, I look to the mountains. I see the majestic Olympics. I take in the powerful Cascades. And I remember, God is a God of beauty, wonder, and creativity. Enjoy the summer. Enjoy the Northwest. And make your participation at the NWChurch a priority for your family. Blessings to all. We hope NEXT helps you plan what’s next.

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WHAT WE DO

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Community through Christ’s Love

The Northwest Church is a community of believers seeking to inspire people to follow Jesus and fearlessly change the world.

Holding to the truth and teachings of the Bible—

We practice unity, believe in diversity, and invest in mission. Our gatherings draw a diverse cross-section of people who celebrate the freedom of Christ as we seek to restore the purity and grace of New Testament Christianity.

The mission of Northwest Church is to join God’s Spirit in spreading His kingdom, calling all people to follow Jesus, transforming life and community through His love.

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We CONNECT with people and the community

We EQUIP people so they can live abundant lives

We PARTNER with those committed to transformation

We WORSHIP God and give Him all the glory

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Compass Classes In-Depth Bible Teaching for Adults

June 3 - August 26 We encourage you to get connected with a Bible-teaching Compass Class on Sunday mornings. It is far too easy to simply come to church and then slip out quickly. We want to get to know you better, so join us! Classes are offered during both first and second services. This allows you to attend both a service and a class— deepening your understanding of the Bible and building your relationships at Northwest Church. During the first service - 9:10 am • PARENTS TALK - Room 108 Led by Rebecca Elkins & Melissa Eller Come learn from parents in our NWC family, benefit from their stories, and shed light from a Biblical perspective. The class is for parents (and extended family) of children of all ages. Please note - No perfect parents allowed! • THE GLORIOUS JESUS: A STUDY OF HEBREWS - Room 120 Led by Jared Jones We will study Jesus’ superiority by comparing and contrasting Jesus to key historical people and events from the Old Testament. We will explore practical applications for deepening our faithfulness to Jesus—the only One worthy of all our total trust and devotion.

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During the second service - 10:30 a.m. • LIVING OUT BIBLICAL TRUTHS & PRINCIPLES IN THE DIGITAL ERA Room 120 Led by Marvin Smith & Derek Fike We’ll explore Christian living in the post-Modern, post-Christian, posttruth era. Integrating the timeless truth of the Bible into our daily lives is challenging at best. That challenge is compounded by a society that does not embrace an ultimate truth. How do we form, cultivate and nurture relationships in a virtual world that will reflect spiritual-fruit bearing results?  • DRAW NEAR - Room 108 Led by Ashleigh Hess & Joanna Smith Interact with the living, breathing Word of God through journaling. This is a wisdom practice that quiets our mind to draw near to God.  We’ll explore personal learning styles and see various journaling techniques that best suit these styles. While some use only a pencil, others will mix colors and create abstract pieces. This class is for everyone, and no prior skills are necessary.  These Compass Classes will be offered starting June 3 and ending on August 26.

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SAVE THE DATE As you are looking ahead in your calendar, be sure to note the following special things coming up at NWChurch.

Sunday June 17 Father’s Day

Dads & Grads Every year we take time on Father’s day to honor our dads, and also to recognize our high school, college, and grad-school graduates for this tremendous accomplishment in your lives. If you know a graduate that needs honoring, please email the church office (office@nwchurch.com) with some info: • Graduate’s Name • School • Degree/Major • Future Plans • Favorite activities while growing up • Favorite NWChurch Memory • Please also attach two photos (baby photo & current pic)

Saturday June 30

BBQ Basics & Beyond - Invite Friends & Neighbors NWChurch is planning a special outreach event for men that will feature professionals teaching us BBQ basics and beyond. We’ll spend the day learning how to prepare and smoke/grill various cuts of meat ... and then our families will join us for a great meal! See page 8 for more information.

Sundays July 1 July 29 August 19

All-Church Picnics @ Wilcox Park in Lynnwood We are planning some fun church family picnics during the summer. These will be very casual, so bring lawn chairs and blankets, frisbees/footballs to toss around, and bubbles for the kids. Entree meats will be provided. Bring a side dish or dessert to share. Stay tuned for more information.

5:30–8:30pm

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BBQ Basics & Beyond AN OUTREACH EVENT FOR MEN Barbecue ... check. Seasonings and rubs ... check. Meat, meat and more meat ... check. Tips and tricks from the Pros? ... CHECK! What better way for men to bond than over an open flame, learning from professionals about how to prepare and grill various cuts of meat? We will learn from two BBQ Champions from the Food Network.

SATURDAY  JUNE 30, 2018 6:00 a.m. Set-Up | 6:30 a.m. Start Community Life Center in Lynnwood Breakfast & Lunch catered | Feast @ 6:00 pm $90 for individual (includes cost of meat & meals) $80 per person for a Team of 4 ($320) Register online at bit.ly/BBQ-Mens-Event    Deadline for Registration is on June 21   

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SAVE THE DATE  JULY 8 RICK ATCHLEY GUEST SPEAKER @ NWCHURCH

Rick Atchley has been the Senior Teaching Minister at The Hills Church in North Richland Hills, Texas since 1989. The Hills Church is one of the largest churches in America today. Rick reflected recently,

One of my great joys has been the privilege of raising my kids in a church that values children. I grew up in a religious tradition that taught me to fear God, but not to love him. Even worse, I was not sure God really loved me. That’s one reason why I am such a believer in the power of gospel preaching. I was blessed in college and in my young adult years to hear the gospel of God’s grace preached, and over time I began to believe in a God who loved me, who was for me, and who did through Christ what I could never do ... so that He could spend eternity with me. That’s why Romans 8 is my favorite chapter in the Bible. I love the strong declaration that ‘there is no condemnation in Christ,’ and still am moved by the realization that ‘if God is for us, who can be against us?’

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My desire is for the church is to be a church where that same strong message of the grace of God is declared clearly and boldly. It is the good news that can save anyone, and the only news that can save everyone.

Rick will join us on Sunday, July 8 when he returns to NWChurch after five years to see our new mission in our new site at the renovated Community Life Center. Invite your friends and family to hear one of the best preachers of our time.

Aug 9-10 | hosted by CRISTA Ministries

Two Days of World-Class Leadership Training: • Gain exclusive access to the LIVE HD telecast of the Summit • Learn from the diverse faculty • Leverage the Summit to transform yourself and your community • Get a unique blend of vision, inspiration and practical skills you can immediately apply • Join with people from 135+ countries and 60 languages who attend the Summit worldwide

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ver wanted to get away for Labor Day Weekend, stay right on the Puget Sound ... but then realize the parties around you, lack of availability, and costs are going to make the weekend a disaster? We have a great alternative for you. We have reserved Delano Bay Christian Camp just southwest of Tacoma for a church-wide retreat. Delano Bay offers amenities for everyone ... space for tent camping, RV hookups, dormitory rooms, and small cabins. Mike Cope of Pepperdine University will be our featured speaker. Mike has preached for us several times and is a soughtafter speaker. His teaching that weekend will be centered around the theme of “A Broken Hallelujah.”

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SCHEDULE: Friday Night Option - The weekend will feature an early start for those who can hit the road Friday and join us for a kick-off evening. Saturday 11:00 am – Sunday 7:00 pm The heart of the weekend will begin on Saturday morning and run through Sunday evening. If you want to come for just one night, you can still enjoy most of the experience. Sunday Night – Monday Noon Option For those who can go the entire weekend, you’ll be blessed by bonus features late Sunday night and Monday morning. You can enjoy extra time building relationships and memories together. The weekend will feature full programming for the children, plenty of time to relax and really get to know each other, enjoy amazing food and great company ... all on the shore of Puget Sound. Get more information and Register at bit.ly/Delano-Bay-2018

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This fall, the NWChurch will launch a new ministry initiative known as ROOTED. A dynamic and impactful pathway to discipleship and relationship, ROOTED began in Nairobi, Kenya and has now spread to 20 countries and more than nine languages. Starting in August, we will begin to share with you details about registration and how you can be part of this engaging experience. Our goal for the Fall launch will be 8-10 groups with 10-12 people experiencing ROOTED in each group.

massive returns in their relationship with God and their purpose in life. During July and August, we will have a teaching series, â&#x20AC;&#x153;COMMUNITY LIFEâ&#x20AC;? that will prepare us for the launch of ROOTED. Be praying for this initiative as it will become a major piece of our Community Life Transformation at NWChurch.

ROOTED Groups will meet on Sunday evenings for ten weeks. You will be challenged to develop a life of daily devotions, active service, the practice of prayer and fasting, and transformative conversations with Christians. ROOTED will require an investment of both time and money. Those who have made that investment have seen

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We were born to be something greater than we ever imagined. Come take this journey with us to higher heights! KIDS CAMP  JULY 16-18  Register at bit.ly/Kids-Camp-2018

Northwest Church is a place for kids! Northwest Church provides a Bible-based, age-appropriate community for children birth through 6th grade. We invite every child into God’s story, showing and sharing the love of Christ with them from the day they are born. Brian Heninger Children’s Pastor brian@nwchurch.com 425.921.6405

Our desire is to stand with you in ministering to the family God has given you, assisting in laying a spiritual foundation to lead your child into a personal relationship with God through Christ.

Summer Camp - A “Place Apart” for Changing Lives 1ST CHANCE CAMP Gr 2-3 | July 5-7 | $99 This is perfect for your child if they’ve never been to camp before. A simple schedule filled with lots of first-time camp experiences like nature hikes, learning archery, and even swimming lessons!

JUNIOR CAMP Gr 4-6 | August 5-11 | $279 A great chance for 4th-6th graders to make new friends and learn all kinds of new things. This week will be full of adventures and chances to build confidence and try new things.

MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP Gr 6-8 | July 8-13 | $249 A high-energy program designed with you in mind. We believe that camp should be a fun, challenging, and safe experience. We help middle schoolers discover who they are in Christ.

Register online at pleasantvalleycamp.org | Contact Pastor Brian for discount codes!

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UPCOMING STUDENT MINISTRY EVENTS All events are from 6:00-7:30 p.m., Tuesday evenings, unless stated otherwise. Hope to see you this summer!

We believe that the Junior High and High School years are an important stage of life. These students are the next generation. They are tomorrow’s leaders and influencers. Northwest Church strives to be a place where students can hang out with friends, have a ton of fun and figure out what God has for their lives. Nathan Caddell Student Pastor nathan@nwchurch.com 425.921.6404

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Pool Party @ the Caddell’s Dinner Provided - Free

7/3

Pizza Party & Movie (The Sandlot) at the Community Life Center $2 to cover cost of dinner

7/10

Family Fun Center Entry fee is usually about $15 per person No dinner or snacks provided. Bring extra cash if you want to buy snacks.

7/17

No Tuesday Night (Kid’s Camp) Look for separate Kid’s Camp celebration event this week

7/24

9-Square in the Air @ the Community Life Center Snack provided - Free

7/31

Video Game Night & Open Gym @ the Community Life Center Snacks provided - Free

8/7

BBQ @ Midkiff’s Dinner Provided - Free

8/14

Bon Fire @ the Peth’s Hot dogs & Smores - Free

8/22 (Wed) - World Vision & M’s game This is an all-day event $15 per ticket - Bring $ for lunch at the game 8/28

Pool Party @ the Fox’s Dinner Provided - Free The Pool will be at the front of the neighborhood, right when you turn in

GRADS DADS S&G

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If you are graduating (or know someone who is) please contact us. This is a huge milestone for you and want to honor you!

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2nd Floor Student Center Dental Clinic

Room #207

Student Center Room #206

Storage

Worship Center

You are invited to explore our facility.

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Lobby

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Community Life Center Home of the Northwest Church

Fireside Room

Grade School

Print Center

Room #126

Men Women

Room #120

Men

Women

Church Office Conference Room

Room #108

Nursery

Pre-School Kitchen

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Thanks to our Volunteers! We are grateful to our faithful volunteers that help us in the ministry work of NWChurch. We still have open volunteer roles to fill! • Chair Set-Up Crew We need a second team to set up chairs on Saturdays once or twice a month. • Grounds Now that Spring is in full swing, we need help maintaining the grounds. • Facilities Maintenance/Repair If you are handy with tools and are mechanically minded ... we can use you! • Event Host/Hostesses Help to greet external groups/events and provide event oversight and security. • All-Church Summer Picnic Coordinators We need help planning and executing some fun summer church picnic activities.

PrimeTimers We have a lively group of “seasoned saints” that meets weekly to eat together, study the Bible, and play fun games. Meets every Thursday at Noon Community Life Center Room 108 For more information, contact Pastor Bill Lawrence at 206.921.6403 or bill@nwchurch.com.

CELEBRATERECOVERY

A CHRIST-CENTERED Recovery Program

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered program with foundations firmly established in Biblical truth. We believe in God’s healing power in our lives, regardless of our struggles. Meeting on Friday evenings, we work through “8 Recovery Principles,” which allow us to “be changed.” The 12 Steps with accompanying Scriptures and the 8 Principles based on the Beatitudes offer participants a clear path of salvation and discipleship; bringing hope, freedom, sobriety, healing, and the opportunity to give back one day at a time through our one and only true Higher Power, Jesus Christ. At Celebrate Recovery, we want to help you find peace and purpose—leaving the emotional baggage behind. We would welcome you to our weekly meetings every Friday evening at 7:00 p.m. If you come at 6:00 p.m., we will even feed you a delicious dinner. Don’t let the tough times get you down—God wants to help and heal you.

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We so appreciate your generosity in supporting the ministries of NWChurch, and we want to make giving as easy as possible. Here are four ways you can make a gift to NWChurch: 1.

DURING WORSHIP You can give using cash, check or envelope using the giving boxes located in the back of room during worship or the foyer giving boxes located on each side of the Sound Booth wall.

2. ONLINE Online giving is available on your computer, phone, or tablet for onetime gifts or scheduled recurring contributions. Northwest Church currently uses Pushpay to receive online contributions. Setting up recurring online giving is the easiest way to give your tithe.

3. MAIL You can mail your donation to: Northwest Church 19820 Scriber Lake Road #1 Lynnwood, WA 98036 Make checks payable to: Northwest Church 4. BILL PAY You can submit your tithe and any additional gifts through your personal bank’s online bill payment service, if your bank offers it. Payee: Northwest Church Address: 19820 Scriber Lake Road #1 Lynnwood, WA 98036 Account No: (your account number) First & Last Name: (yours) Memo: List your designation (e.g. Tithe and Offering, Building Fund, Missions, etc.)

Your bank will handle the rest, once we receive your gift we will add it to your giving record just like a personal check.

We’ve made giving so easy! Text “Northwest” to 77977 to give online to NWChurch. Thank you for your generosity! 425.921.6400 | www.nwchurch.com

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As human beings there is something deep in our souls that desires to connect with others ... a need to belong. We look for opportunities to walk with people in times of joy, sorrow, and in the everyday moments. Here at Northwest Church, we encourage people to join Community Life Groups as a way to connect with others, build relationships, and walk with one another as we learn to love God and understand how much God loves us. To find a Community Life Group thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a good fit, you can check out our group directory website: bit.ly/NWC-Community-Life-Groups If you have questions, you may also contact Sarah Fike (sarahfike@hotmail.com) or Derek Fike (derekfike@msn.com) or call (425) 409-3553. You can also come talk with us in person most Sunday mornings before and after services in the Lobby.

Have you gotten the NW Church app yet? It will give you new ways to stay connected.

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Health Ministry News 2018 Focusing on Mental Health In our church-wide survey done last Fall, one of the most frequently listed concerns was around issues of mental health. Our goal with the survey was to identify the top two concerns within our congregation and offer education and programs in these areas within the first year. Because of the strong response, our focus for this quarter is to plan events and resources in the mental health area. You will soon see information in the Lobby about resources available in Lynnwood and other areas. It is our hope to provide educational offerings appropriate for each age group. The first step is to identify and organize a Health Ministry sub-group to plan for these events. Please contact Kay Koontz if you are interested in helping to organize these educational events. REMINDER: The Puget Sound Christian Clinic can provide ongoing mental health counseling for only a suggested $10 donation per visit. Locations are in Lynnwood at our own Community Life

Center and at their Shoreline Haller Lake facility. For more information, call PSCC at (206) 363-4105 (ext. 701). Virtual Walk from Seattle to Jerusalem Our recent virtual Walk To Jerusalem was a great success, thanks to all of you who participated. This offering was in response to the #1 concern from our survey—that of exercise and nutrition. This activity, while increasing exercise, also offered nutritional recipes from the “countries” we traveled through and spiritual devotions relating to those areas. Not only did we benefit from the reflections and dietary recommendations, but we surpassed our collective activity goal of 9,699 miles to reach “Jerusalem” for a total of 10,905 miles. Way to go! Safety & Security A response plan has been developed for medical emergencies at Lynnwood Community Life Center, especially for Sunday services. The Safety Committee met and developed plans and schedule for training nurses and other volunteers in AED and CPR. We hope to implement these plans in June. 

For more information on NW Church’s Health Ministry, contact Kay Koontz, RN, (425) 921-6400 (leave message). 425.921.6400 | www.nwchurch.com

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Ministries at Northwest Church Community Life Groups Our mission is to promote discipleship through relational environments. God has called us out of our culture to be a distinct community of faith. It is in community life groups that we can share our lives as well as our journey of faith.

Community Life Center (CLC) The CLC exists to serve the mission of the Northwest Church and to bless the Lynnwood community. We strive to maintain an efficient, safe, clean, attractive, and inviting campus by creating necessary services and caring for the physical environments of our campus.

Celebrate Recovery The purpose of the Northwest Church Celebrate Recovery ministry is to fellowship and celebrate God´s healing power in our lives through the “8 Recovery Principles.” This experience allows us to “be changed.”

Children’s Ministry We provide a Bible-based, age-appropriate community for children birth–6th grade. We invite every child into God’s story, showing and sharing the love of Christ with them from the day they are born. Our desire is to stand with you in ministering to the family God has given you, assisting in laying a spiritual foundation to lead your child into a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Compass Ministry The Compass Ministry is the adult education program at NW Church and its purpose is to offer high quality, challenging, life-impacting Bible classes that will be used by the Spirit of God to transform believers by pointing them to Jesus Christ, the One who gives Life. 

Health Ministry The NW Church Health Ministry seeks to serve members of the NW Church and our Lynnwood neighbors through: a focus on health promotion and disease prevention, informational classes, health clinics, support services, and resource information.

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Student Ministry We believe that the Junior High and High School years are an important stage of life. These students are the next generation. They are tomorrow’s leaders and influencers. NW Church strives to be a place where students can hang out with friends, have a ton of fun and figure out what God has for their lives. Pastoral Care We care for people by strengthening the weak, healing the sick, binding up the injured, bringing back the strays, searching for the lost, and serving the church with gentleness and humility is the role of Pastoral Care Ministries and teams (Prayer, Illness, Bereavement/Memorial Services , Weddings, Newborns, etc.).

Missions Ministry The goal of the mission’s ministry is to equip and mobilize the Northwest Church for cross-cultural ministry both locally and internationally.

First Impressions We have a passion for welcoming and serving those who walk through our doors as guests. We strive to provide a loving atmosphere of care and acceptance as we welcome others and provide any informational assistance that they need. As our guests become our friends, we also strive to continue to minister to them and get to know them.  Our eventual goal is to invite them to our Gateway experience where they can learn how to become partners and a part of our church family.  In short, we want to be the face of Jesus to those around us. Worship The worship ministry seeks to create an experience of worship, praise, prayer and artistic expression. This experience centers around the sharing of communion, the teaching from scripture, and the utilization of Christian songs.

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Way of Life Our Core Values

We teach a way of life that encourages knowing God. Paul talks about the way of life we were taught when we came to faith, “… to put off the old self ... and put on the new self” with a new attitude in our minds. Here is a simplified progression of the way of life. Simplicity We begin with learning to simplify our lives so we have margin for God. Sabbath We then embrace and principle of Sabbath; the principle that getting rest is both necessary and healthy. Family Simplicity and Sabbath have an immediate affect on our family life—allowing us to put family as a priority while not neglecting important commitments. Mission Now that the home-bases are covered, we can actually think about the mission of Christ no longer as an afterthought or a burden place on top of a hectic life. Neighboring We are reminded that our mission begins right where we live. Jesus said the greatest commandment was loving God with our heart, soul, mind, and strength and loving our neighbors. Neighboring is an intentional way of life. Community But we are called into community beyond our own neighborhoods. Learning to value community (and to put healthy boundaries around community) is core to living an abundant life.

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Generosity In all that we do, we want to be generous. This goes for time, possessions, talents, and money. Our goal is to cultivate generous hearts more than disciplined givers. Health Now that weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve simplified, are resting and valuing family as we should, we begin to work on whole-person health (heart, soul, mind and yes â&#x20AC;Ś body). Devotion Undergirding all of these practices is a high priority on spiritual formation flowing out of a life of devotion. Developing practices that lead toward devotion takes us towards true discipleship in Christ. Celebration As God celebrates, God wants us to celebrate. Too often, followers of Christ forget how many parties Jesus attended and how He used celebration to express faith and love. Worship As we live this new way of life, we begin to understand that worship is a move of the heart, not just an event on our schedule. Learning How do we keep fresh? How do we continue to grow? We become life-long learners. Learning IS a way of life.

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Who do I call if ...??? There has been some shifting around of duties with our assistants, and we want to help you know where to go if you have questions or need help. ... I have an urgent prayer need? Call our Church Office (425-921-6400) if you have a prayer request or would like to speak to a pastor. ... I want to reserve a room? Julie Roberts is taking over the facilities scheduling duties, If you want to request/reserve a room, please fill out the new request form that’s accessible from our website: bit.ly/CLC-Facilities Your request will be reviewed and responded to as soon as possible. If you have questions, please contact Julie at julie@nwchurch.com or (425) 921-6402.

Introduction to Northwest Church Are you new to Northwest Church? We would love to get to know you better and let you learn more about what is important to us. We are offering our Gateway Class, which will help give you some background about our church and what we believe. •

Sunday, June 10 | 5:00 p.m. Conference Room (107)

... I want to request help with a print or digital project?

Saturday, June 23 | 5:00 p.m. Lawrence Home

Debbie Mercado is our resident graphic designer and production specialist. If you would like to request help with a project, please fill out the new request form and we will consider your request against the queue of projects already in production: bit.ly/CLC-Projects

Saturday, July 28 | 5:00 p.m. Lawrence Home

Sunday, August 19 | 5:00 p.m. Conference Room (107)

If you have questions, you may contact Debbie at (425) 921-6408 or debbie@nwchurch.com.

We are glad that you are here at NWChurch, and we would love to help you get to know us as a church family and grow in your journey.

We will do our best to respond to your requests and questions as soon as possible. Thank you!

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If you are interested, sign up by contacting Pastor Bill Lawrence by email (bill@nwchurch.com) or by phone (425.921.6403).

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Board of Elders Willie Rosborough, Chairman Glen Basey Bob Carey Garry Chapman Charlie Elkins Dave Eller Fred Rickers John Gary Alban Gaub Bill Herrick Bill Lawrence Tad McMurray Bob Robbins Mike Vantine Pray for Our Pastors, as they: • Preach the word of truth, with patience and teaching (2 Timothy 4:2) • Equip the saints for the work of ministry (Ephesians 4:12) • Encourage and counsel the flock with wisdom and discernment Pray for our Elders, as they • Live out the qualifications listed in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 • Shepherd the flock with wisdom and care (1 Peter 5:2-3) • Invest in our lives, walking alongside us in our sorrows and joys

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Northwest Church Staff: Chris Goldman Lead/Preaching Pastor Bill Lawrence Associate Pastor Kent Landrum Executive Pastor Jeff Berryman Worship Pastor Nathan Caddell Student Pastor Brian Heninger Children’s Pastor Debbie Mercado Production Assistant Julie Roberts Administrative/Scheduling Assistant Lyn Hopf Bookkeeper Greg Orcutt Facilities

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We want to connect with you—it’s what we’re about! One way you can share in the day-to-day life at NW Church is by following our social media channels. You may also visit our website at nwchurch.com

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