Pastor Thure Martinsen

This Week at Golden Hills: July 14, 2018

Web Master - Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Last Blog Post for a While

I will be on vacation next week and then having surgery – so it will be a few weeks till I get back to posting another blog. If you would like to keep up with what’s going on at church in the meantime, sign up for our on-line newsletter. To do so, click here and enter your information in the space provided in the lower right-hand portion of our church home page and then follow the instructions.

Keep Going

What do you do when you come to a dry place in your spiritual life?

You know the place I am talking about, right?

    • … when it seems that God is silent
    • … when it becomes hard to continue praying for the same people who show no signs of responding to God
    • … when you spend your quiet time with Jesus, and it just doesn’t feel meaningful or worthwhile
    • … when you try to pray, but your mind keeps wandering to other things
    • … when you sit in church and nothing seems to connect any more
    • … when you hear other people’s testimony of what God is doing for them, and it feels like you’re going through hell

The list could go on for a long time.

When I come to a place like this – and yes, even as a Pastor I go through these times – here are few things I have found helpful.

First, Thoughtfully and prayerfully look inside yourself to evaluate if:

    • You are disobeying a commandment of God or you have said no to something God has asked you to do – if yes, go to Him right away and confess your sin and ask Him to help you do what He has asked. Then step out in faith and do it! (2 Chronicles 7:12-14)
    • You have hurt another person in some way – if yes, again confess it to God and then go to that person to do what you can to make it right. (Matthew 5:23-24)
    • You are holding tight to something (or someone) that is more important to you than God – if yes, take this to God and ask Him to enable you to let go of those things and help you to value Him above anything or anyone else. (Matthew 6:19-34)

Many times I have found the solution to my trouble here. And, as hard as it is to act on some of these, you will find that your feelings will follow your actions. When these things are made right, you will feel rest and peace in ways you can hardly imagine possible.

And then, there are those times when life is tough for no apparent reason other than we live here in a world dominated by sin and largely ruled by Satan. He would like nothing better than to have us let go of God.

He is hard at work against anyone who is trying to draw close to God. He will do everything within his power to make us feel distant from God and convince us that He doesn’t really care about us.

In those times, we must simply hold on to God, not because we feel like it, but because we are desperate to not fall into Satan’s control. We need to choose to do the things that will nourish our spiritual life; things like:

    • Fellowship with other people who are on the same journey
    • Finding some way to get God’s word into our hearts. For those who have trouble reading, an audio Bible may help that you can listen to when your driving or when you’re doing chores or walking.

Take the Bible in small chunks, find a part of it that is meaningful to you and spend every day with it until it becomes familiar to you, perhaps even becoming a part of your memory bank. Look for God’s story, not just a list of doctrines.

Ask God to teach you as you do this day after day, and you will find insights pop up at random times – if you’re like me, you may need to find a way to write them down or dictate them to a voice recorder so you don’t forget what He has said to you.

Consider some of His promises to you – think about what they mean and maybe even commit a few of them to memory. Some you may want to start with are: Psalm 25, Psalm 103, Psalm 139, Proverbs 3:3-12, Isaiah 40:27-31, Isaiah 41:10-13, Isaiah 43:1-7, Jeremiah 31:31-34, Ezekiel 36:25-27, Matthew 11:28-30, John 14:1-3, Romans 5:1-10, Ephesians 2:8-10, Philippians 4:4-7, 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, 1 John 5:10-13, Revelation 21:1-4 – and there are many others!

    • And then, you need to talk with God through prayer. Forget about the formality of it, and just talk to Him like He’s riding in the car with you, sitting next to you on your bed, or walking with you wherever you may be headed. Tell Him about your day – the things you’re excited about and the things that make you nervous. Ask him to guide you through your day and to recognize divine appointments He may have for you that simply pop up and surprise you.
    • And finally, look for ways to express God’s love to those around you – your family, your friends, people at school or work, and people you bump into as you go about your day. Ask God to help you recognize the opportunities and to give you the courage to step into them.

As Christians, we are meant to do more than just take in God’s word and draw closer to Him – we are designed to love others the way God has loved us. We will never be happy just sitting around and gaining more knowledge, we must act on it in order to experience everything God has in mind for us.

Don’t put this stull off. Take the steps now to begin following God where He leads you today. Your feelings will catch up with your actions before too long. Quit focusing so much on yourself and what your feel, and start obeying God with your actions. My experience has been that this makes all the difference in the world!  

Pastor T & Pat Gone

Pastor T & Pat will be gone on vacation from Monday, July 16 – 24. On July 25, Pastor T will have surgery on his shoulder and will be on Medical Leave for a couple of weeks. For a some days after that he will be back in a limited capacity as he will be unable to drive. He should be cleared to drive by August 7 and will then be back full time. If you have an emergency please feel free to contact any one of our elders – click here for a list of elders with their contact information.

Adventurers

Looking for Boys and Girls between the ages of 3-9 to come and join us for some fun as we learn more about our Best Friend Jesus and the beautiful things He has created. We enjoy fitness activities and crafts as well! Join us for our 2018-2019 Adventurer Year. You can register anytime between now and our first meeting which will be held on Monday August 27th from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. For more information or to get a registration packet, contact Lori Knutson (e-mail or 402-980-5018 – text or call).

    • Click here to download a copy of the 2018-2019 Adventurer Calendar.

Survey for Parents with School-Aged Children

Our church has received a request to participate in a study about current trends among Adventist parents who have children in kindergarten through the 12th grade. If you are in this group, please participate in this short survey by clicking here to get started.

From Bible Gateway’s Weekly Brief

How the Holy Spirit Changes Everything: Who is the Holy Spirit? How did our relationship with the Holy Spirit change from the Old Testament to the New Testament? What are the common misconceptions we have of the Holy Spirit? How are we to think, speak, (and sing) rightly about him? Bible Gateway interviewed Daniel Henderson about his book, Transforming Presence: How the Holy Spirit Changes Everything – from the Inside Out. (Click here to read more.)

How Should Christians Engage with Culture? This guest Blog post is by Philip Yancey, author of Vanishing Grace: Bringing Good News to a Deeply Divided World. He says the shift in American society from admiring Christians to fearing and criticizing them provides an opportunity for self-reflection. How have we been presenting the message we believe in? Might there be a more grace-filled way? (Click here to read more.)

Learn about and download the free award-winning Bible Gateway App by clicking here.

Check Out the entire Weekly Brief by clicking here. To subscribe to any one of their many email newsletters and Bible Studies, click here.

Calendar Events

Sunset this Friday – 8:56 pm                                                           

This Sabbath at Church

    • Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall, 9:20 – 9:50 am
    • Sabbath School (10:00 am)
      • Traditional Sabbath School Class – Studying the current Sabbath School Lesson (Church Sanctuary, 10:00 am (click here to read it on-line).
      • Alternative Sabbath School Class – Studying the New Testament books 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John, and Jude using the book Exploring the Letters of John & Jude by George Knight (Hearth Room, 10:00 am. The emphasis is on making it relevant with personal application for each class member. Hard copies of the book will be available at class but if you wish to purchase one for your tablet – click here for a Kindle, click here for I-Tunes, and click here for a Nook.)
    • Worship Service (11:15 am) – This Sabbath, we will continue our series on the book of Acts titled New Beginnings. Pastor T’s sermon is titled Holy Encounter and examines the story of Saul’s conversion. It is based on Acts 9:1-31. You’ll also find some interesting reading about this story in Acts 22:3-23, Acts 26:9-23, and Acts of the Apostles, chapters 12 and 13.
      • To download or print a PDF copy of the last sermon in this series, from two weeks ago, titled Holy Appointment, click here.

PBE Team Study, Monday, July 16, 6:30 pm – Luke 13-16. Contact Lori Knutson for more information (e-mail or 402-980-5018). They will meet in the Fellowship Hall of the Church.

Pathfinders & Adventurers are taking a summer break. Contact Kalvin Tuel for more information about Pathfinders (e-mail or 402-201-6370) or Lori Knutson for the Adventurer Club (e-mail or 402-980-5018).

    • Click here to download a copy of the 2018-2019 Pathfinder Calendar.
    • Click here to download a copy of the 2018-2019 Adventurer Calendar.

Prayer Meeting next Tuesday (July 17) at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. We are watching a series of videos on Daniel 10 – 12. For more info contact Pastor T (e-mail or 402-517-5333). This will be our last Prayer Meeting for this summer. We will pick up again sometime in September.

Christian Record Services EYE RUN: Join Christian Record Services for the Blind’s EYE RUN on Sunday, October 7, at 10:00 a.m. at Holmes Lake Park in Lincoln, Nebraska. Or if you live too far away, or are traveling, participate virtually. That's right! Register for the run, snap a picture of yourself, and we'll send you the EYE RUN t-shirt. Registration is $25 per person. Proceeds from the EYE RUN provide magazines, books, Bibles, and more, to people who are legally blind through the ministry of Christian Record Services for the Blind. Register now at www.EYERUN.info.

Pathfinder’s PBE Team – from Lori Knutson

For any of the Pathfinders that would like to meet for an informal study of the Book of Luke over the summer, I will be at the church Fellowship Hall on Monday nights from 6:30 - 7:30 for us to review and discuss various chapters of Luke. It will be more of an overview of the chapters and we will get into more of the practice questions for PBE once the Pathfinder Year is started. I will be gone for a couple of weeks in July, but am planning to meet the following six weeks:

Pathfinders should read through the chapters prior to meeting and make note of any questions they might have.

Outreach/Community Service Opportunities

Used Stamps Needed! Your used stamps can help Christian Record Services for the Blind raise money. Just tear them off the envelope, being careful to include the entire stamp and bring them to church. Put them into the container provided out on the table and we will take care of getting them where they need to go.

Miscellaneous Information

Lippincott Family Updates: Check out the latest update from Lorilee and Bryon Lippincott about their family’s experiences serving God in Asia. To access a PDF copy of the most recent update, click here. To access a PDF copy that includes all we have received from  2018, click here. To access a PDF copy from 2017, click here. To access a PDF copy from 2016, click here. To access a PDF copy of all the updates we received prior to 2016 (2013-2015), click here. To check out their website, click here. Don’t forget to check out Sharing Dots for Kids. To sign up for their e-mail newsletter, click here.

Free Estate Planning & Wills: Norm Zimmerman, Trust Director for the Kansas Nebraska Conference, is available by appointment to assist anyone who needs Estate Planning, Wills, etc. For more information contact Norm (e-mail or 402-617-2001).

On-Line Giving Available! Our church offers on-line giving through our website. If you would prefer to give electronically or if you are going to be away and want to stay up-to-date with your giving, click here. Adventist Giving now has an App you can download directly to your smart phone to make the process even easier. For an iPhone, click here. For Android phones, click here.

Our Church E-Mail Newsletter, Directly to Your Computer! If you would like to receive our weekly, e-mail newsletter, directly to your computer, click here and enter your information in the space provided in the lower right-hand portion of our church home page.

Verified Volunteers – Child Protection Screening

In cooperation with the Kansas Nebraska Conference, we are working with Verified Volunteers to provide background checks and on-line education for our church officers and everyone who works with our children. This helps ensure that we have some training to help us recognize and avoid situations that would put our children at risk. In addition to our elected Church Officers, everyone who works with Pathfinders and Adventurers, Children’s or Youth Sabbath School Classes, Children’s Church, and VBS must go through this training and submit to a background check (there is no cost to you). It will take about an hour of your time. These need to be finished ASAP.

Even if you have recently completed this process with Shield the Vulnerable, you need to do this now with Verified Volunteers because the information did not transfer from one program to the other and we are no longer using Shield the Vulnerable due to many problems with their work.

To download a PDF page of instructions and links to help you through this process, click here. To go to the website where you begin this process, click here and then select First-Time Registrant and follow the instructions. For more information, contact Pastor T (e-mail or 402-517-5333).

Last Week’s Sermon

To download or print a PDF copy of last week’s sermon titled Holy Appointment, click here.

Prayer Watch

There are several people and concerns that we are praying about, for more information about any of these or to request something to be added to our list, feel free to contact Pastor T. (e-mail or 402-517-5333)

    • The Holy Spirit – to fill and guide our church
    • Our Church Leaders (Pastor, Elders, Deacons, Board Members, Sabbath School Class Leaders, Pathfinder/Adventurer Leaders, Etc.)
    • Our mission team who will be going to Alaska – let’s pray for their success and safety.
    • Raul Calderon, Larry Carter, Ron Egger, Dusty Mayhew, Floyd Morrison, Tom Plant, Darin Stotler, Irvin Surber, Christian Willey, Gary Wilson, & Thaddeus Woolsey (inmates Pastor T. is studying with)
    • The Lippincott Family
    • Kevin Klesh (Safety in his work as a Police Officer)
    • Those dealing with Health Issues: Mary Jane Agan’s father, Al Bakerlis (Diane Harrington’s brother-in-law), Heather Boulais (UC Student), Tanya Callahan (Elizabeth Knutson’s sister), Emma (Mary Jane Agan’s granddaughter), Tammy Gagne, John Hiers, Jane (Mary Jane Agan’s daughter-in-law), Janice (Elma’s friend), Dick & June Klein, Brett Knutson, Reagan Knutson (click here for updates and to contribute towards her medical expenses), Ginger Kroeker, Dagny Martinsen, Steve Newton (and family), Melody (Donna & Gary Parker’s daughter), Donna & Gary Parker, Sheila and her brother Paul, Dane Swensen, Donald & JoAnn Swensen (Les Swensen’s father and step mom), Cindy Tice (Elizabeth Knutson’s mother).

Pastor T’s Contact Information

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This Week at Golden Hills: July 7, 2018

Web Master - Thursday, July 05, 2018

Don’t Worry

I am a first class worrier. I come by it naturally – my mom is too. We can take a little bit on information and then fill in the rest of the “facts” with the worst possible outcome and then worry ourselves sick thinking about it.

I’m not sure why worrying is so attractive. Perhaps it gives me a sense of doing something about the perceived problem – at least I am thinking about possible solutions to the worst case scenarios.

God says:

Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6-7, NLT)

I love the way the Message translates the last part of verse 7:

… It’s wonderful what happens when Christ displaces worry at the center of your life. (Philippians 4:7, the Message)

The last two readings in My Utmost for His Highest, by Oswald Chambers, are about worry. They really spoke to my heart and my needs. Perhaps they will be helpful to you as well. The first part of each reading is listed below, click on the link at the end of each selection to read the entire piece.

One of God’s Great “Don’ts” (July 4)

Do not fret – it only causes harm. (Psalm 37:8, NIV)

Fretting means getting ourselves “out of joint” mentally or spiritually. It is one thing to say, “Do not fret,” but something very different to have such a nature that you find yourself unable to fret. It’s easy to say, “Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him” (Psalm 37:7) until our own little world is turned upside down and we are forced to live in confusion and agony like so many other people. Is it possible to “rest in the Lord” then? … (Click here to read more.)

Don’t Plan Without God (July 5)

Commit your way to the Lord, trust also in Him, and He shall bring it to pass. (Psalm 37:5, NIV)

Don’t plan without God. God seems to have a delightful way of upsetting the plans we have made, when we have not taken Him into account. We get ourselves into circumstances that were not chosen by God, and suddenly we realize that we have been making our plans without Him – that we have not even considered Him to be a vital, living factor in the planning of our lives. And yet the only thing that will keep us from even the possibility of worrying is to bring God in as the greatest factor in all of our planning … (Click here to read more.) 

To purchase My Utmost for His Highest, click here. For an iBook version for Apple products, click here. For a Kindle version, click here. For a Nook Book, click here. To read it online or to subscribe to devotionals based on it, click here.

Adventurers

Looking for Boys and Girls between the ages of 3-9 to come and join us for some fun as we learn more about our Best Friend Jesus and the beautiful things He has created. We enjoy fitness activities and crafts as well! Join us for our 2018-2019 Adventurer Year. You can register anytime between now and our first meeting which will be held on Monday August 27th from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. For more information or to get a registration packet, contact Lori Knutson (e-mail or 402-980-5018 – text or call).

    • Click here to download a copy of the 2018-2019 Adventurer Calendar.

From Bible Gateway’s Weekly Brief

Evangelism in a Skeptical World: How can everyday Christians best share the gospel in today's skeptical world? With the rise of Bible illiteracy and the view that the Bible is irrelevant, how does a Christian begin to communicate their love for Scripture and the gospel message it contains? How can you get past people’s defensive posture toward Christianity so they can seriously consider the claims of Jesus Christ? Bible Gateway interviewed Sam Chan about his book, Evangelism in a Skeptical World: How to Make the Unbelievable News About Jesus More Believable. (Click here to read the Bible verses.)

Quiz: How Well Do You Know the Land of the Bible? Which famous biblical event took place on the mountainside in northern Israel? While on the run from King Saul, David took refuge in the Cave of ...? Mount Arbel in northern Israel is marked by what unusual feature? (Click here to read more.)

Pushing Through My Season of Suffering: In this article excerpt from Perfectly Unfinished: Finding Beauty in the Midst of Brokenness, Andrea Logan White, says, "Pretending I’m living in victory when I’m not will just lead me deeper into defeat. We are defenseless against our enemy if we are living a lie. But we truly heal from each other’s stories ..." (Click here to read more.)

Learn about and download the free award-winning Bible Gateway App by clicking here.

Check Out the entire Weekly Brief by clicking here. To subscribe to any one of their many email newsletters and Bible Studies, click here.

Calendar Events

Sunset this Friday – 8:59 pm                                                           

This Sabbath at Church

    • Sabbath School (10:00 am)
      • Traditional Sabbath School Class – Studying the current Sabbath School Lesson (Church Sanctuary, 10:00 am (click here to read it on-line).
      • Alternative Sabbath School Class – Studying the New Testament books 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John, and Jude using the book Exploring the Letters of John & Jude by George Knight (Hearth Room, 10:00 am. The emphasis is on making it relevant with personal application for each class member. Hard copies of the book will be available at class but if you wish to purchase one for your tablet – click here for a Kindle, click here for I-Tunes, and click here for a Nook.)
    • Worship Service (11:15 am) – This Sabbath, John Stroman will share a message with us titled Birthstones-R-Us based on Matthew 13:45-46. You are invited to the annual shareholders meeting of Birthstones-R-Us.  We will be addressing our traditional and changing business practices. John will be delivering the state of the company address to shareholders.
      • To download or print a PDF copy of last week’s sermon titled Dollars & Sense, click here.
    • Potluck After Church this Sabbath in the Fellowship Hall. If you’re a member, please plan to bring your favorite dish to feed your family plus a few more. If you’re a guest, just show up and enjoy it!

PBE Team Study, Monday, July 9, 6:30 pm – Luke 9-12. Contact Lori Knutson for more information (e-mail or 402-980-5018). They will meet in the Fellowship Hall of the Church.

Pathfinders & Adventurers are taking a summer break. Contact Kalvin Tuel for more information about Pathfinders (e-mail or 402-201-6370) or Lori Knutson for the Adventurer Club (e-mail or 402-980-5018).

    • Click here to download a copy of the 2018-2019 Pathfinder Calendar.
    • Click here to download a copy of the 2018-2019 Adventurer Calendar.

Prayer Meeting next Tuesday (July 10) at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. We are watching a series of videos on Daniel 10 – 12. For more info contact Pastor T (e-mail or 402-517-5333).

Church Board meets Tuesday (July 10) at 7:15 pm in the Board Room of the Education Annex. If you have any items that need to be considered, please contact our Head Elder, Steve Wilhelmsen (e-mail or 402-708-2730).

Christian Record Services EYE RUN: Join Christian Record Services for the Blind’s EYE RUN on Sunday, October 7, at 10:00 a.m. at Holmes Lake Park in Lincoln, Nebraska. Or if you live too far away, or are traveling, participate virtually. That's right! Register for the run, snap a picture of yourself, and we'll send you the EYE RUN t-shirt. Registration is $25 per person. Proceeds from the EYE RUN provide magazines, books, Bibles, and more, to people who are legally blind through the ministry of Christian Record Services for the Blind. Register now at www.EYERUN.info.

Pathfinder’s PBE Team – from Lori Knutson

For any of the Pathfinders that would like to meet for an informal study of the Book of Luke over the summer, I will be at the church Fellowship Hall on Monday nights from 6:30 - 7:30 for us to review and discuss various chapters of Luke. It will be more of an overview of the chapters and we will get into more of the practice questions for PBE once the Pathfinder Year is started. I will be gone for a couple of weeks in July, but am planning to meet the following six weeks:

Pathfinders should read through the chapters prior to meeting and make note of any questions they might have.

Outreach/Community Service Opportunities

Used Stamps Needed! Your used stamps can help Christian Record Services for the Blind raise money. Just tear them off the envelope, being careful to include the entire stamp and bring them to church. Put them into the container provided out on the table and we will take care of getting them where they need to go.

Miscellaneous Information

Lippincott Family Updates: Check out the latest update from Lorilee and Bryon Lippincott about their family’s experiences serving God in Asia. To access a PDF copy of the most recent update, click here. To access a PDF copy that includes all we have received from  2018, click here. To access a PDF copy from 2017, click here. To access a PDF copy from 2016, click here. To access a PDF copy of all the updates we received prior to 2016 (2013-2015), click here. To check out their website, click here. Don’t forget to check out Sharing Dots for Kids. To sign up for their e-mail newsletter, click here.

Free Estate Planning & Wills: Norm Zimmerman, Trust Director for the Kansas Nebraska Conference, is available by appointment to assist anyone who needs Estate Planning, Wills, etc. For more information contact Norm (e-mail or 402-617-2001).

On-Line Giving Available! Our church offers on-line giving through our website. If you would prefer to give electronically or if you are going to be away and want to stay up-to-date with your giving, click here. Adventist Giving now has an App you can download directly to your smart phone to make the process even easier. For an iPhone, click here. For Android phones, click here.

Our Church E-Mail Newsletter, Directly to Your Computer! If you would like to receive our weekly, e-mail newsletter, directly to your computer, click here and enter your information in the space provided in the lower right-hand portion of our church home page.

Verified Volunteers – Child Protection Screening

In cooperation with the Kansas Nebraska Conference, we are working with Verified Volunteers to provide background checks and on-line education for our church officers and everyone who works with our children. This helps ensure that we have some training to help us recognize and avoid situations that would put our children at risk. In addition to our elected Church Officers, everyone who works with Pathfinders and Adventurers, Children’s or Youth Sabbath School Classes, Children’s Church, and VBS must go through this training and submit to a background check (there is no cost to you). It will take about an hour of your time. These need to be finished ASAP.

Even if you have recently completed this process with Shield the Vulnerable, you need to do this now with Verified Volunteers because the information did not transfer from one program to the other and we are no longer using Shield the Vulnerable due to many problems with their work.

To download a PDF page of instructions and links to help you through this process, click here. To go to the website where you begin this process, click here and then select First-Time Registrant and follow the instructions. For more information, contact Pastor T (e-mail or 402-517-5333).

Last Week’s Sermon

To download or print a PDF copy of last week’s sermon titled Dollars & Sense, click here.

Prayer Watch

There are several people and concerns that we are praying about, for more information about any of these or to request something to be added to our list, feel free to contact Pastor T. (e-mail or 402-517-5333)

    • The Holy Spirit – to fill and guide our church
    • Our Church Leaders (Pastor, Elders, Deacons, Board Members, Sabbath School Class Leaders, Pathfinder/Adventurer Leaders, Etc.)
    • Raul Calderon, Larry Carter, Ron Egger, Dusty Mayhew, Floyd Morrison, Tom Plant, Darin Stotler, Irvin Surber, Christian Willey, Gary Wilson, & Thaddeus Woolsey (inmates Pastor T. is studying with)
    • The Lippincott Family
    • Kevin Klesh (Safety in his work as a Police Officer)
    • Those dealing with Health Issues: Mary Jane Agan’s father, Al Bakerlis (Diane Harrington’s brother-in-law), Heather Boulais (UC Student), Tanya Callahan (Elizabeth Knutson’s sister), Emma (Mary Jane Agan’s granddaughter), Tammy Gagne, John Hiers, Jane (Mary Jane Agan’s daughter-in-law), Janice (Elma’s friend), Dick & June Klein, Brett Knutson, Reagan Knutson (click here for updates and to contribute towards her medical expenses), Ginger Kroeker, Dagny Martinsen, Steve Newton (and family), Melody (Donna & Gary Parker’s daughter), Donna & Gary Parker, Sheila and her brother Paul, Dane Swensen, Donald & JoAnn Swensen (Les Swensen’s father and step mom), Cindy Tice (Elizabeth Knutson’s mother).

Pastor T’s Contact Information

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