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The Crusader Southwest Indiana District, Church of the Nazarene District Office: 3827 Aus n Drive, Bedford, IN 47421 Phone (812) 279‐6621 Email: swidoffice@swidnazarene.org Fax (812) 279‐8508 Website: www.swidnazarene.org

Dr. Garry D. Pate  District Pastor 

June—July 2013 District NYI and NMI Conventions 65th Annual District Assembly July 14-17, 2013, at Camp Camby

Sunday, July 14, 6:00 p.m. FUSION / District NYI Rally Monday, July 15 9:00 a.m.—Noon District NYI Convention 1:30 p.m. — 4:00 p.m. NYI Service Project 6:45 p.m.

FUSION / Missions Celebration Rally

Tuesday, July 16, 9:00 a.m.—Noon

District NMI Convention

Dr. J. K. Warrick General Superintendent

2:00-4:00 p.m. District NMI Convention continues 7:00 p.m.

ONU Presentation and “Olivetians”

7:30 p.m.

Music: “Olivetians” District Superintendent’s Annual Report Church Awards

Wednesday, July 17, 8:30 a.m.

Dr. J. K. Warrick, preaching

Assembly Business / Pastors’ Reports 7:00 p.m.

Ordination Service

Dr. Garry D. Pate District Superintendent

Recognition of Retiring Ministers and First-Year Licensees Dr. J. K. Warrick, preaching


LIVE STREAMING AT GENERAL ASSEMBLY

While the General Assembly Arrangements staff wishes all Nazarenes could attend the Church of the Nazarene's upcoming General Assembly, the staff realizes it is not feasible for everyone. In order to make this important quadrennial event accessible to those who cannot attend, General Assembly worship services and plenary meetings will be live streamed on the assembly website, nazarene.org/ga. General Assembly is the "supreme doctrine-formulating, lawmaking, and elective authority of the Church of the Nazarene" (Manual, 300). The assembly and auxiliary conventions (Nazarene Missions International, Nazarene Youth International, and Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International) convene every four years, bringing together Nazarenes from around the globe. The 2013 event will take place from June 19 to 27.

Pray and Fast Now for General Conventions and Assembly “In the morning, O Lord, You hear my voice. In the morning I lay my requests before you, and wait in expectation.” (Ps. 5:3, NIV)

Congregations of Nazarene Churches all around the world should already be engaged in the June 1-21, 2013 corporate prayer and fasting for the June 17-29 General Conventions and Assembly in Indianapolis. If you are not on board yet, begin now interceding in all services and/ or organized prayer and fasting times. Promote this endeavor through bulletins, newsletters, Power-Point, Sunday School classes, sign-up sheets, etc. Two new General Superintendents and other leaders will be elected. Resolutions will be voted on. Please do something to invoke God to powerfully pour out His Presence on our denomination at home and abroad. We need His summer rain to refresh all of us. God’s wisdom and will need to be summoned in order for our denomination to flourish. At the Convention Center, there will be a prayer room open for personal prayer from 8:00 am10pm June 19-24. In addition, there is corporate, worship-based prayer in the prayer room from 10:30 am-Noon, and 1:30-3:00 pm each day, with the exception of Sunday morning. Please consider being one of the prayer warriors for our General events. As an add on: please pray for God’s Presence to be present at our District Conventions and Assembly coming up July 14-17. Let’s join in with our Lord’s passion for souls to be saved in the Southwest corner of Indiana. May the Spirit of the Lord rise upon us! Prayerfully and lovingly, Carolyn K. Pate, SWID Prayer and Fasting Chairperson 2


DISTRICT CALENDAR June 7   All reports due June 13 Execu ve Finance / DAB June 14‐15 * Evansville Zone Prayer Summit * IMPACT prac ce, Mackey June 16 SWID Missionary Blitz June 19‐21 General Conven ons (NMI, NYI, SDMI), Indianapolis June 22‐28 General Assembly, Indianapolis June 30 SWID Missionary Blitz July 1‐5 SWID NYI Youth Camp, Camp Camby July 7 IMPACT Service, Mitchell (pm) July 8 IMPACT Service, Crothersville July 9 IMPACT Service, Cloverdale July 10 IMPACT Service, Mackey July 12 IMPACT Service, New Albany Zone July 13 IMPACT Service, Evansville Zone July 14 * IMPACT Service, Pt Township (am) * NYI Rally / Fusion, Camp Camby July 15 * NYI Conven on * NMI Rally / Fusion July 16 * NMI Conven on * District Assembly July 17 District Assembly July 22—Aug. 2 SWID Work & Witness Project, Kaibeto, AZ Aug. 10 SDMI Training Day, Bedford Sept. 8‐10 Pastors’ Con nuing Educ. Retreat Sept. 15‐17 Women in Ministry Retreat Sept. 19 District Advisory Board Sept. 24 Prime Time at ONU Oct. 1‐2 * ONU Board of Trustees

Oct. 5 Children’s Bible Quiz #1 Oct. 6 Nazarene Bible College Offering Oct. 9‐16 SWID Prime Time Tour Oct. 17‐19 Come to the Fire Women’s Conference, Holland, MI Oct. 27 SWID Pastor Apprecia on Day Oct. 28‐29 ONU Pastor Apprecia on Days Nov. 8‐9 ONU Homecoming Nov. 10 IDOP for the Persecuted Church Nov. 19 District Advisory Board Dec. 2 SWID Ministers & Mates Christmas Dinner Dec. 7 Children’s Bible Quiz #2 2014 February 1 Children’s Bible Quiz #3 March 1 Children’s Zone Bible Quiz March 16‐18 SWID Ministers and Mates’ Retreat w/J. K. Warrick March 22 SWID Men’s Breakout w/Mike Benson March 25 District Advisory Board March 29 SWID Ladies’ Day w/Susie Shellenberger April 5 Children’s District Bible Quiz April 26 * District Board of Ministry, Vlly Mission * ONU Ladies’ Day May 3 Children’s State Bible Quiz May 9‐10 ONU Bd of Trustees / Commencement June 6‐7 Children’s Regional Bible Quiz June 14 District Nomina ng Commi ee June 24 District Execu ve Finance / DAB July 15‐16 District Assembly 2014

RETIREMENT CELEBRATION Columbus First invites SWID friends to attend the retirement celebration service for Pastor Bryan and Rosie Solomon, who are retiring after 43 years in ministry. Date: June 30, 2013 Time: 10:30 a.m. EST Reception, 2:00—5:00 p.m. in the Columbus First Family Life Center If you cannot attend, but want to send a greeting or video, please send to Columbus First Church of the Nazarene, 1245 McClure Rd, Columbus, IN 47201, c/o Kay Shanks. Please RSVP for reception by calling the church office, 812-372-1411. Questions? Call Kay Shanks, 812-447-1302. 3


NEWS FROM THE CHURCHES Dale: Dr. Garry D. Pate, District Superintendent, has appointed Peter J. Doyle to serve as pastor at Dale Church of the Nazarene. The church had an Installation Service on April 28 for Peter and his wife, Tiffany. We welcome the Doyles to Southwest Indiana!

NEW NAZARENES Bedford First: Joe Haworth, Cindy Wilfong, Tom Wilfong Heartland: Mark Blessinger, Britanni Elliott, Nicholas Hobbs, Ashlynn Keefe, Olivia Keefe, Nelson Neal, Kendall Shuff, Brenda Stepp Oakland City: Carolyn Lake, Justin Lake Point Township: Pictured at right, Dave, Amber, Caleb and Anthony Doty, Callie and Winner Littlepage, David and Robin Harms (they joined in January); pictured below (joined in May): Johnny Stratton, Valerie and Victoria Cox, Madison and Bailey Cox, Luke and Emma Thompson, Courtney Oeth, Bobby and Tammy Thompson, Michael McDowell, Cody Robison, Kathy Beyer, Karen Wischer, Jade Rhodes, Arlissa Sharler, Grace and Jacklyn Thompson, Maty and Nicot Burnett

BAPTISMS Bedford First: Kendyl Blackwell, Patty Sanders

PASTORAL SALARY / BENEFITS INCREASE Cloverdale

Georgetown

Nashville Parkview

Point Township

Evansville Beacon

Mackey

Peter’s Switch

Princeton New Life

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Spencer First


2013 DISTRICT ASSEMBLY LODGING The following motels are within 4 miles of Camp Camby. Motel

Phone (317)

Camp Camby’s Motel

Address

Daily Rate for 2 double beds

No vacancies

Days Inn

839-5000

2245 E. Perry Rd., Plainfield, IN 46168

$55

Comfort Inn

839-9600

6107 Cambridge Way, Plainfield, IN 46168

$75

Best Western

837-7500

6109 Cambridge Way, Plainfield, IN 46168

$80

Holiday Inn Express 839-9000

6296 Cambridge Way, Plainfield, IN 46168

$92

Staybridge Suites

839-2700

6295 Cambridge Way, Plainfield, IN 46168

$94

LaQuinta Inn

279-2650

2251 Manchester Dr., Plainfield, IN 46168

$99

Hampton Inn

856-1000

9020 Hatfield Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46231

$109

Notes: 1. Please let the motel know you are with the Church of the Nazarene in order to receive these rates. 2. Child/Nursery care for infants and children up to 5th grade age will be available in all NMI sessions and District Assembly sessions at Camp Camby.

PRIME TIME TOUR, OCTOBER 9-16, 2013 Destination: Boston, Cape Cod, Mystic Seaport, and Pocono Mountains. This is a SWID Prime Time sponsored tour with Toby Tours out of Louisville. We will depart from New Albany Christ’s Community Church of the Nazarene. The cost is per person, based on room occupancy. With 2 in a room it is $929 per person, with 3 or 4 in a room it is $899 per person, with 1 in the room it is $1,119. For a copy of the detailed itinerary or any other information, please call Ted Lopp at (812) 944-0048 or e-mail me at tedanlou@insightbb.com.

October 17-19, 2013 Central Wesleyan Church, Holland, Michigan

Join women from around the world in celebration! 5


Becky Warren  NMI President 

DISTRICT NMI CONVENTION Camp Camby, Indianapolis District Campground July 15-16, 2013 Special Missionary Speakers from Brazil, Rev. and Mrs. Stephen and Brenda Heap

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Children’s Missionary Convention Saturday, June 29, 2013 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Valley Mission Church of the Nazarene Special Missionary Speaker, Robin Radi Make plans now to bring the children!

SWID NMI Scholarship for College and Seminary Students Every year the District NMI awards a scholarship in the amount of $500 to a student called to missions that will be attending a Nazarene Institution of Higher Education. The scholarship is awarded once a year and a recipient may only receive the award once. To apply for the scholarship, contact Becky Warren, rebucketj@yahoo.com. The deadline for the completed application is July 5, 2013. The recipient will be announced at the District NMI Convention on July 15, 2013.

MEMORIAL ROLL PICTURES Please send pictures for the Memorial Roll Video to be shown at District Convention to Becky Warren by mail: P. O. Box 335, Spencer, IN 47460; or e-mail: rebucketj@yahoo.com. Deadline for pictures is July 1, 2013. Please put the name of the individual, the church name and who to return the picture to on the back of the picture.

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CALLING ALL ADULTS FUSION is all about merging the youth and adults in our efforts for missions. The youth have responded beautifully, increasing from a prior 50 teens in attendance at the District NMI Convention four years ago to 200+ for the past three years. We hope to see an even greater number in attendance this year. One observation made by the youth is regarding the work project on Monday afternoon. Their question is: If the youth and adults are joining together in missions, why are just the youth responding to help with the work project? Good Question! Work schedules may make it difficult for some adults to participate, but this is a CALL OUT from the youth to the adults to come and join them in the work project on Monday afternoon, July 15, 2013. Complete the registration form below and send to Damon Spurgeon by July 8 if you can participate. Lunch will be provided for you if you mark the appropriate blank on the form. It will be served from 12:00 – 1:00 pm. Hope to see you there. Thank you.Â

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Two separate entities, NYI and NMI, united and ignited by the fire of the Holy Spirit, bonded together in purpose, resulting in increased energy and effectiveness in the work of the Lord.

For Teens and Youth Sponsors and Adults July 14-15, 2013 Camp Camby FUSION begins Sunday evening, July 14, with the NYI Rally and ends Monday evening, July 15, with the NMI Missions Celebration, planned entirely for ministry to our youth. Teens and sponsors are invited to attend the NYI Rally on Sunday evening, beginning at 6:00 pm; NYI Convention on Monday from 9:00 am to noon; Service Project from 1:30 – 4:00 pm (Lunch provided by NYI and NMI, if participating); Evening meal – 5:00 pm (provided for the teens by the NMI, if attending the evening service); NMI Missions Celebration – 6:45 pm. Lodging is available in the dorms as follows: Sunday night for a cost of $10; Monday night is free if the person attends the Missions Celebration. Need to bring bedding and towels. Registration is needed for advanced planning for the number of meals, housing and service project participants required. Please complete a registration form and return it to Damon Spurgeon, 4732 Eastgate Dr., Columbus, IN 47203 or email to: iloveswid@yahoo.com, by July 8th.

TEENS, Nazarene Missions International (NMI) needs your energy and ideas. See you there! 9


Two separate entities, NYI and NMI, united and ignited by the fire of the Holy Spirit, bonded together in purpose, resulting in increased energy and effectiveness in the work of the Lord.

Registration Form IMPORTANT: Notify your Pastor and/or NYI President if you plan to attend. Name____________________________________Phone_____________________ Address__________________________________Email_____________________ Local Church_____________________ Emergency Contact_________________ Lodging: ___

I will need lodging in the dorm on Sunday night, July 14. $10 is enclosed.

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I will need lodging in the dorm on Monday night, July 15. I understand there is no cost if I attend the Missions Celebration.

Service Project: ___

I will participate in the Service Project on Monday, July 15, at 1:30 pm.

Meals: ___

I will need lunch on Monday, July 15, provided for those participating in the Service Project.

___

I will need dinner on Monday, July 15, provided for those attending the Missions Celebration (Only for teen participants).

Sponsors: (Please complete the above information) ___

I am a sponsor for the following teens:_____________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________

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Crisis Care Kits and School Pal Paks Camp Camby Pick-up -- July 14 – 16, 2013 Bring your CCK’s and Paks to District NMI Convention. David Lynn will be collecting them for a trip to Pennsylvania. Begin collecting them now so we can have a full load to deliver.

MISSION AWARD LUNCHEON Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at Camp Camby Reservation forms will be sent out by email in the next few days. The ticket price is $10. The forms and money will be sent to Marilyn Hicks. This year there will not be tickets available for sale at convention. You must have a ticket reserved prior to convention as we ran out of food last year and some didn’t get the complete menu. Please make sure you return the forms and money by July 1, 2013.

MISSIONARY BLITZ It Is Coming! How Exciting! This June 16th or 30th. If you do not have a missionary scheduled for your local church on one of these dates, please ask the churches in your area when they have a missionary speaking and then have your church join with them for the service. We want every church on the district to be involved in this Blitz. If you have not heard from the Deputation Office in the Global Ministry Center regarding details, contact Janet Ritter, ronjanritter@gmail.com or 812279-0680. Let’s have a great time of rejoicing and prayer for missions around the world. 11


Dr. James Hicks, SDMI Chairman

Dr. James Hicks SDMI Chairman

700 W. Howe St. Bloomington, IN 47403-2233 bfcn@sbcglobal.net

Dede Jones, SDMI Treasurer

1141 N. US Highway 231 Spencer, IN 47460-6607 jonesdd@sbcglobal.net

Global SDMI Conven on  June 19‐22, 2013  Indianapolis, Indiana Conven on Center      I hope you are planning to a end the Global SDMI Conven on in Indianapolis next month.  There will  be exhibits to browse, the children’s world quiz to watch, and the various workshops that have been planned  especially for you.  There will also be worship services on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening at 7:00 p.m.   You will not want to miss the General Assembly Communion service at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, June 23.      Below are two links that will be helpful for you:      1)  The Global SDMI Conven on schedule can be accessed at:      h p://web.nazarene.org/site/PageNavigator/GA13_SDMI_Schedules.html     

2)  The lis ng of workshops can be accessed at:      h p://nazarene.org/files/docs/SDMIWorkshopGrid.pdf      Click on Events, then Workshops to see a lis ng of workshops available      If you were unable to a end the workshop on Small Groups last spring during our “Teaching A New  Genera on District Tour,” please be sure to join me as I teach one of the workshops on Small Groups at  the SDMI Global Conven on in Indianapolis.      Please make plans to take your Sunday School teachers and Small Group leaders to this event.  It will  be great training for them, and they will come back refreshed and inspired to con nue the work for the Kingdom.      I look forward to seeing you there!      Dr. James Hicks 

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Southwest Indiana District Church of the Nazarene  SDMI / Worship A endance Report  May 2013   

CHURCH/SDMI SUPT./PASTOR 

May-12 SDMI 

    Bedford ‐ Bloomington Zone  *  Bedford Davis Memorial/J. Bushey/K. Bushey  *  Bedford First/       /D. Brown   Bloomington Eastview/       /Upshaw   Bloomington First/Lane/Hicks   Freedom Community/Reed/Wetnight   Liberty/       /M. Ladson   Mitchell/Grissom/Moore   Nashville Parkview/Weigel/Hayes   Newberry/Dunigan/R. King   Odon/Lukens/Stanley   Orleans/Reed/Richardson   Salem/Stone/Main   Shoals/Wininger/K. Quinn   Spencer/       /Warren   Springs Valley/McClintock/Wineinger   S nesville/Glidden/R. Lee   Valley Mission/Gray/Boady  *  Zion Community/Griffin/Hughes     Evansville Zone    Boonville/S. Gates/P. Gates  *  Chandler/J. Daugherty/K. Daugherty   Evansville Beacon/Effinger/Moran   Evansville Faith/       /West   Evansville First/Henrich/Todd   Evansville Grace/Soper/Doninger   Grandview/Smitson/R. Boyer  *  Harmony Chapel/Prui /Kochersperger   Mount Vernon/D. Hyman/M. Hyman   Newburgh/      /D. King  *  Newburgh New Life/Kyle/Karkosky  *  Point Township/Tucker/DeKemper   Rockport/Cieslack/Mead   Tell City/Butler/Be s 

May-13 SDMI   

+/-         

86 118  44  43  39  39  102  149  28  29  New CTM no report    54  68  115  145  13  11  56  64  22  21  27  27  23  22  82  71  25  34  61  58  113  91  129  176   

 

26 46  24  42  21  30  15  27  41  12  54  148  No Report  23 

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May-13 Worship   

32

47

133 68  54  150  42  30  93  168  11  67  44  50  49  128  32  52  211  187   

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47 1   

+ + 

14 30   

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8        

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19     41      18      34      25  +  4  35  +  5  15      16      31      10      69  +  15  163  +     15        21     

32 30  23  65  69  58  18  40  45  16  93  101   

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CHURCH/SDMI SUPT./PASTOR         

* *  * 

* * 

* *  * 

New Albany Zone  Clarksville First/       /Wardrip   Clarksville Parkwood/       /Ashby  Community of Hope/Walker/Olson   Georgetown/Edelen/Walker  Harvest Chapel/Shafer/Ferree  Heartland/Shirely/Rogers   New Albany Christ's Community/Irwin/Barker     Oakland City Zone  Bicknell/Rinsch/Clark   Dale/       /Doyle   Fort Branch/Miller/Bell   Francisco/Penner/Sco   Hun ngburg/Murrell/Covey  Jasper/Flamion/Beck   Mackey/Doerner/Bullock   Oakland City/       /Nosse    Owensville/Mayer/Delp   Petersburg/Strain/Ellio   Princeton New Life/Barre /Arnold  Vincennes First/Glassey/Taylor  Washington/Diaz/Johnson   Winslow/King/Sloan 

May 2012  SDMI   

May 2013  SDMI   

No Report  17  54  7  17  212  213 

+/-             

May 2013  Worship 

  12    47    8  +  17    216  +  195   

7 25  100  24  27  168  261   

 

1  

4

27 No Report  28  24  111  26  112  77  31  39  156  No Report  28  17 

29   28  15  93  24  144  90  57  33  130    28  36 

14

+

2  

     

+ +  + 

+

   

32 13  26     

19

48 27  39  48  137  49  228  146  54  68  167  114  29  58 


CHURCH/SDMI SUPT./PASTOR         

*    *      *    *           

*    *  *    *  *                * 

May 2012  SDMI 

May 2013  SDMI 

109  47  178  56  36  30  49  55  25  60  No Report  No Report 

91 57  212  20  36  26  36  66  12  64     

Terre Haute Zone  Brazil First/Pilkin/G. Bechtel  Carbon/Walls/Carr  Cayuga/Ellis/Morgan  Clinton New Life/Wilds/Areson  Cloverdale/Fidler/Pursell  Cory Community/Stoops/R. Parsons  Crossroads Community/Bird/Roberts  Dana/Cundiff/Higgs  Greencastle/Kirkman/R. & J. Muncie  Jordan/       /Latham  Patricksburg/Frye/Jukes  Rockville/Lewsader/Riggle  St. Bernice/Kelsheimer/G. Lee  Sullivan/Gambill/J. Parsons  Terre Haute First/Blackstone/Fleschner  Terre Haute Southside/Cown/Suits  Union Chapel/Harris/Highland 

95  8  27  10  54  93  73  54  59  12  16  21  27  58  89  No Report  29 

20 5 

179 13  49  9  42  128  145  33  67  16  6  27  27  51  194  36  86 

Seymour Zone  Brownstown/McCool/Durr  Calvary Comm. Fellowship/Miller/Rocker  Columbus First/       /Solomon  Columbus Shalom (CTM)/       /Morante  Crothersville/Harris/Wooten  Freetown/Burdine/Newport  Haleysburg/Stout/Roberts  Kurtz/S. Fisher/F. Fisher  Oasis of Hope/D. Morante/Morante  Peter's Switch/Prewi /Ross  Sco sburg/Sands/Spaulding  Seymour First/Hillian/Greene 

115 13  25  11  78  108  82  48  54  16  6  9  21  42  99    36 

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10 34         

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11  

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4  

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1 24  15  9     

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10  

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*These churches have included a count of non‐Sunday educa onal ministries that meet   the criteria for repor ng as "Regular Sunday School." 

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May 2013  Worship   

140 73  250  20  74  28  36  72  12  83  8  568 


Payments received as of 06/10/2013 for the  World Evangelism Fund (WEF) and Unified Ministries Fund (UMF) 

Bedford Davis Memorial  Bedford First  Bicknell  Bloomington Eastview  Bloomington First  Boonville  Brazil First  Brownstown  Calvary Community  Carbon  Cayuga  Chandler  Clarksville First  Clarksville Parkwood  Clinton New Life  Cloverdale  Columbus First  Columbus Shalom  Community of Hope  Cory Community  Crossroads Community  Crothersville  Dale  Dana  Evansville Beacon  Evansville Faith  Evansville First  Evansville Grace  Fort Branch  Francisco  Freedom  Freetown  Georgetown  Grandview  Greencastle  Haleysburg  Harmony Chapel  Harvest Chapel  Heartland  Hun ngburg  Jasper 

WEF   UMF    $17,948    $24,515   Jordan  $4,077    $7,672   Kurtz  $2,751    $4,273   Liberty  $3,431    $6,441   Mackey  $13,073    $22,634   Mitchell  $3,521    $4,453   Mount Vernon First  $10,215    $10,000   Nashville Parkview  $17,801    $25,995   New Albany Christ's Comm.  $6,236    $10,163   Newberry  $313    $1,465   Newburgh  $5,675    $9,300   Newburgh New Life  $2,274    $4,151   Oakland City  $60    $0   Oasis of Hope  $2,071    $3,684   Odon  $130    $278   Orleans  $4,008    $5,160   Owensville  $21,859    $36,737   Patricksburg  $387    $535   Peter's Switch  $8,401    $4,600   Petersburg  $10,385    $16,950   Point Township  $15,189    $14,510   Princeton New Life  $8,443    $11,430   Rockport  $1,430    $2,266   Rockville  $333    $631   Salem  $1,172    $1,003   Sco sburg  $3,971    $6,661   Seymour First  $6,549    $9,097   Shoals  $4,959    $8,091   Spencer  $3,125    $3,843   Springs Valley  $3,600    $3,421   St. Bernice  $2,719    $5,802   S nesville  $557    $1,274   Sullivan  $3,488    $4,591   Tell City  $1,420    $2,156   Terre Haute First  $8,862    $14,513   Terre Haute Southside  $0    $1,200   Union Chapel  $2,417    $4,452   Valley Mission  $50    $0   Vincennes First  $11,544    $22,056   Washington  $7,911    $13,078   Winslow  $5,602    $8,002   Zion Community  16

WEF $0  $3,927  $231  $22,400  $7,815  $960  $10,737  $24,964  $1,010  $1,744  $7,745  $29,188  $304  $9,254  $2,559  $1,493  $193  $8,360  $9,739  $8,174  $14,752  $3,336  $2,028  $0  $669  $18,295  $3,990  $15,832  $4,580  $1,868  $5,201  $4,037  $4,445  $14,986  $0  $8,970  $13,878  $4,077  $2,746  $3,678  $3,330 

                                                                                 

UMF $100  $6,543  $300  $34,327  $12,943  $1,500  $0  $38,379  $1,455  $2,174  $2,800  $19,547  $140  $8,848  $4,971  $3,639  $712  $11,519  $10,308  $13,155  $23,299  $5,968  $2,773  $0  $181  $10,709  $2,460  $19,967  $3,491  $0  $9,027  $6,312  $5,476  $31,126  $0  $11,231  $24,055  $12,380  $1,466  $4,791  $12,548 

The Crusader  

June/July 2013

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