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OSYM - Bonfire Annual Rummage Sale Ice Cream Social
Volume 14 No. 8
Missouri Synod
August 2014
OUR
SAVIOR
LUTHERAN
CHURCH
OSYM - Bonfire
August 1st
331 Clendenning
Road
PO Box 527
Gladwin, MI
48624-0527
Office:
(989) 426-9689
Email :
[email protected]
gmail.com
Pastor:
James Krach
Youth Director:
Tyler Schlitzkus
WEB SITE
INFORMATION
Join us online! Daily
Devotion, monthly
calendar, the monthly
newsletter, church
reports-information,
Ladies Aid reportsinformation, pictures,
links to other sites,
and lots more. The
address for the web
site:
http://
www.oursaviorglad
win.com
Annual
Rummage Sale
August 7th 9– 4
& 8th 9– Noon
Ice Cream
Social
featuring 2nd Mile
August 17th
6-8 pm
undeserved love for us pours out upon us
richly and He calls us to be His out of all the
billions of people who refuse to believe in Him
as Lord and Savior. He definitely desires that
they would believe but He won’t force them.
Have you ever asked the question “Why Just like us – He never forced us to believe
but worked through all the sin in our lives and
me?” Sometimes we ask this question when
wondering why bad things happen to us. We grants us His Holy Spirit to enable us to be
His.
wonder. We complain. We seriously doubt
What a blessing it is to be called out of
the providential care of our Almighty God who
a pagan world to be God’s people. What a
says He will be with us no matter what.
blessing it is to be loved by Him and to know
Romans 8:28 says “And we know that in all
beyond a shadow of a doubt that we are His
things God works for the good of those who
and that we will be with Him forever and ever
love him, who have been called according to
in heaven someday. We have the assurance
his purpose.” But does that mean even the
of life and salvation every Sunday when we
bad things? Does it mean the good things?
gather around Word and Sacrament to be His
What else does it mean?
people. In the Word and Sacrament of His
Think back for a moment about the
body and blood He comes to us, strengthening
Israelites in Egyptian captivity for over 400
our spirit and loving us. He puts His loving
years. Think back to what else was
arms around us and forgives us our
happening in the world at the same time.
sinfulness.
Pagan religions were running rampant like
Have you ever asked the question “Why
some bacterial disease that could not be
me?” Have you ever said “Thank You Lord for
controlled. (Just like now!) The Pharaohs
loving me in my baptism and converting me
thought they were gods and demanded such
from death to life?” If not – please do that
worship. Hinduism controlled much of the
world as a major form of religion. China was today. Then look to the people in your life
dominated by pagan religions. With all of the who don’t know Jesus yet and pray about how
you can be an agent of the Holy Spirit in their
false religions in the world at the time –
Yahweh comes to a lowly Shepherd who is 80 lives, just as someone was in your life, you
can be used to bring them to wonder
years old at the time. A man named Moses.
also…”Why me?” “Why was I chosen by Jesus
Just think – 80! Yahweh… Almighty God
Himself comes to Moses and reveals Himself. to everlasting life?”
In Christ,
He reveals Himself as God of the earth and
the universe. He reveals Himself as the God
Pastor Krach
who had previously made Himself known to
Abraham and Isaac and Jacob. He now wants
Moses to listen to His every word, obey Him
and get his people out of Egypt.
God tells Moses and the Israelites later
on that it was not because of anything other
than his love for them that He chose them to
be His. His grace (undeserved love), is the
only reason He picked them out of all the
other pagan nations to be His.
Have you ever asked the question “Why
me?” Sometimes we ask this question when
wondering why bad things happen to us.
However – have you ever asked the question
when referring to why you happen to believe
the Gospel of our Lord Jesus and not others
you know? We can’t answer that question
except to say it is out of God’s grace. His
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Your family will race to the table when
you serve this crescent-crusted taco pie
in which crushed corn chips add just the
right crunch!
Prep time: 15 min
Total time: 40 min
Servings: 6
Grocery List
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Table of Contents
Upcoming Events
Front Page
“Why Me?”
By Pastor M. Schultz Page 2
Taco Pie
Pillsbury Recipes Page 3
Ladies Aid / LWML
By S Alexander Page 4
Military Humor
By Pastor Betke Page 4
Care Ministries:
Prayer Shawl Ministry
By C Snow Page 5
MOSH
By D Hetherington Page 6
Outreach
By Sandy Diechman Page 7
How Hot is it?
From Pastor Betke Page 7
From the Orozcos
By The Orozcos Page 8
Those in Service
Page 10
Attendance
Page 10
You Say...God Says…
Page 10
Calendar
Page 11
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1 to 1 1/4 lb. lean
ground beef
1 (1-oz.) pkg. Old El
Paso™ Taco Seasoning
Mix
1/2 cup water
1/3 cup sliced stuffed
green olives or pitted ripe
olives
1 (8-oz.) can Pillsbury™
Refrigerated Crescent
Dinner Rolls
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1 1/2 to 2 cups crushed
corn chips
1 (8-oz.) container (1
cup) sour cream
6 slices American cheese
or 4 oz. (1 cup) shredded
Cheddar cheese
Diced tomato, if desired
Shredded lettuce, if
desired
Avocado slices, if desired
Step 1: Heat oven to 375°F. Cook ground beef in 10-inch
skillet until thoroughly cooked, stirring frequently. Drain. Stir
in taco seasoning mix, water and olives. Simmer 5 minutes.
Step 2: Meanwhile, separate crescent dough into 8 triangles.
Place triangles in ungreased 9 or 10-inch pie pan, pressing to
form crust. Sprinkle 1 cup of the corn chips over bottom of
crust.
Step 3: Spoon beef mixture into corn chips in crust. Spread
sour cream over beef mixture. Cover with cheese. Sprinkle
with remaining 1/2 to 1 cup corn chips.
Step 4: Bake at 375°F. for 20 to 25 minutes or until crust is
golden brown. Cut in wedges. Serve immediately with lettuce
and avocado. Store in refrigerator.
To make ahead: assemble pie and cover with foil;
refrigerate up to 2 hours before baking. Uncover; bake as
directed above. To reheat, bake, uncovered, at 350°F for 10
to 15 minutes or until hot. Substitution: If using Pillsbury®
Big & Flaky large refrigerated crescent dinner rolls, separate
into 6 triangles and use 9-inch deep-dish pie pan.
Shared from Pillsbury Recipes Online
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LWML DATES
TO
REMEMBER
Our Savior Lutheran Church
Ladies Aid/Lutheran Women’s
Missionary League
August 2014
The Annual Rummage/Bake Sale will be held in the
gymnasium on August 7th & 8th. Set up will be August 6th. If you
could be so kind to help by placing your items on the appropriate
tables, it would be greatly appreciated. Our ladies will be there to
assist if you cannot.
Ladies Aid/
LWML Meeting
Monday,
August 11th
5:30 pm
Buy
Me !
!!
**Please note that we are unable to accept large furniture,
electronic devices, such as TVs, computers. Your donations are
very much appreciated. This year 50% of the proceeds will be
split between the Baby Pantry in Beaverton and the Christmas
Kindness Project.
We will continue to collect:
● postage stamps (cut out and jagged edge on) for St. Mark’s,
greeting cards for St. Helen
● Portals of Prayer for the prison ministry.
Receptacles are in the back hallway. These are all great mission
projects.
LWR Baskets of Promise for the Philippines: If you would like
to donate any of these items:
Ladies Aid/ LWML
Rummage
& Bake Sale
Set up
August 6th @ 9 am
Sale
August 7th
9 am - 4 pm
& August 8th
9am—Noon
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Soap
bath towels
Toothbrushes
Combs
nail clippers
There will be a blue tote in the hallway. These items will
accompany the quilts in October.
Pat Morley attended the LWML State Convention in Kalamazoo
July 18-20th and will share her experiences and information
received regarding Mission Grants at a future meeting.
*Next meeting will be held on Monday, August 11th at 5:30 pm.
Please join us for the meeting, as well as dessert and beverages.
Hostesses: Linda Esiline & MaryLou Eberly.
Submitted by Sue Alexander
Three Rules
One of my husband's duties as a novice drill instructor at Fort Jackson, S.C., was to escort new recruits
to the mess hall. After everyone had made it through the chow line, he sat them down and told them,
"There are three rules in this mess hall: Shut up! Eat up! Get up!"
Checking to see that he had everyone's attention, he asked, "What is the first rule?"
Much to the amusement of the other instructors, 60 privates yelled in unison, "Shut up, Drill
Sergeant!"
From Pastor Betke
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Prayer Shawl
Group Projects
Prayer Shawl Ministry
This month I want to go back in time to reflect upon our Prayer
Shawl distribution. I did not keep records the first two years, and
admit that our records weren't the best for the next couple of
years either. Since then, we have a better finger on the numbers.
Typically Pastor, an Elder, or a member of the Prayer Shawl
Ministry gives out the Prayer Shawl, but there are times when
other individuals give them; and when a personal delivery isn't
possible, we ship it. To-date, the farthest we have shipped a
Prayer Shawl has been to England. The following table represents
the information from our Prayer Shawl Distribution Records signout sheets. Hopefully, by sharing this table with you, if you need
to take a Prayer Shawl, you'll be sure to note it on the sign-out
sheet taped to the cabinet door.
Prayer Shawl Distribution Records
Tuesdays
Noon to 2 pm
E-MAIL PRAYER
CHAIN -- What greater
gift can we give to others
than to pray for them. Using
today's technology we have
an e-mail prayer chain. If
you, a friend or relative
would like prayer please
contact Kathy Rountree
(426-7734) or e-mail
[email protected] with your
request. If you would like to
be a prayer partner on the email prayer chain, please
send your e-mail address to
Kathy.
Month
2011
2012
2013
2014
Total
January
3
2
1
13
19
February
5
5
1
5
16
March
3
6
4
8
21
April
1
6
0
18
25
May
0
3
6
8
17
June
1
3
10
10
24
July
0
3
4
7
August
6
4
2
12
September
0
4
5
9
October
2
3
6
11
November
10
1
6
17
December
30
36
37
103
Totals*
61
76
82
62
281
* Totals reflect information taken from our sign-out sheet.
As you may have noticed, the mannequin in the foyer
proudly wears a patriotic Prayer Shawl. That Prayer Shawl
was made by Sandy Diechman. We are partial and think
that all of our Prayer Shawls are an item of beauty, but
now and then, we just have to take note of a special
creation.
Continued on page 7
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Continued from page 6
Prayer Shawl Ministry
We continue to meet in the Family Room every Tuesday,
from Noon until 2 pm if you care to join us or want to peek
in to see us hard at work. If you would like to donate yarn if
you see it on sale, please purchase 3-4 skeins of Lion Brand
Homespun yarn. When we crochet, 4 skeins are needed, and
when we knit, 3 skeins are needed.
Care Cooking can be
requested when families are
faced with circumstances
where temporary help is
needed to keep a household
fed when parents are away
because of an illness. If you
can volunteer or need a
meal please contact Cheri
Snow (info right)
If you know of a need where someone should receive a
Prayer Shawl, please contact Pastor, an Elder, me, or Shawn
in our church office. Prayer Shawls are given if man, woman,
teen, or child, regardless of denomination. Each time we
meet, we pray for those who have received a Prayer Shawl
and for those who will receive the ones we are working on. It
is always rewarding and inspirational to hear how the Prayer
Shawl has impacted the people who get them.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. My
contact information is:
Cheri Snow
Prayer Shawl Leader
Home: 989-426-2764
Cell: 989-329-0479
email: [email protected]
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MOSH Report
We didn’t have many projects to talk about
this month, but the one we just finished was
the longest and almost six feet high. It took
the better part of five days to complete.
would have to carry her up or down the steps.
As we were getting close to completion, she
saw how big it was and she said it reminds me
of the ‘Big Mac.’
Normally, it would take us only one or two
days. The lady we did it for was not that old,
she said had a muscle condition. Before we
started the project, she told us she could no
longer get out of her
house and had not been
out of the house since
February. After we had
started the project, her
Father told us he believed
she had Muscular
Dystrophy. The way she
would get out of her
house is that her parents,
who are in their 80’s,
As the project was ending, she ask if we could
replace a broken switch for her ceiling fan. We
got the new switch and I was replacing it, she
had always held herself as a strong woman
fighting this condition she
has, but her emotion let go
and she began to cry for all
we had done for her. I told
her we do our work for people
who cannot do it for
themselves and it is a services
through Our Savior Lutheran
Church.
Don Hetherington
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through your car window.
! The birds have to use potholders to pull
worms out of the ground.
! The trees are whistling for the dogs.
! The best parking place is determined by
shade instead of distance.
! Hot water now comes out of both taps.
! You can make sun tea instantly.
! You learn that a seat belt buckle makes a
pretty good branding iron.
! The temperature drops below 95 and you
feel a little chilly.
! You discover that in August it only takes 2
fingers to steer your car.
! You discover that you can get sunburned
! You actually burn your hand opening the
car door.
! You break into a sweat the instant you
step outside at 7:30 a.m.
! Your biggest bicycle wreck fear is, "What if
I get knocked out and end up lying on the
pavement and cook to death?"
! You realize that asphalt has a liquid state.
! The potatoes cook underground, so all you
have to do is pull one out and add butter,
salt and pepper.
! Farmers are feeding their chickens crushed
ice to keep them from laying boiled eggs.
! The cows are giving evaporated milk.
OutReach
Ice Cream
Social
featuring
2nd Mile
August 17th
6-8 pm
Outreach has been blessed with many wonderful
opportunities to reach out to others with the love of Jesus
this past fiscal church year. Our last event , the end of June
was the Christian and Patriotic Concert., it was wonderful to
hear songs of praise and to feel proud to be an American.
Thank you to the Gladwin Community Choir and to the Bells
of Our Savior for your participation. Now, going forward
there are many events planned for the next few months
including the Ice Cream Social in August, Back to Church
Sunday in September which will give us the chance to invite
friends, neighbors and relatives to join us on this very
special Sunday and then in October the Community Connect
Event will take place at our church offering resources for
those in need. Watch for dates in your refrigerator news,
plan on attending these events if you can or perhaps even
giving a hand to help make these events successful.
Outreach blessings to all and enjoy this wonderful summer
weather.
Submitted by Sandy Diechman
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Read below for some exciting news and
consider how you might be a part of this
exciting movement:
●
Do you feel as though you are being called
upon to pray for this mission?
●
Do you have the desire to support us
financially?
●
Do you have an idea or a suggestion?
●
Do you know someone with whom we
should be in contact?
Lansing, Detroit and beyond!
We finally have plans for moving forward;
transitions abound. Philippians 1:6
You may continue to send your financial support
to Global Lutheran Outreach: Orozco (until
further notice.)
Donate safely online at Global Lutheran
Outreach by clicking here and selecting
"Orozco - Michigan Hispanic Ministry"
In June we sent out our
first postal mailing
since our return...
Karolein outside the Post
Office with letters ready
to mail to you!
Lucie stamping over 300
letters (with help!)
Micah, 2 and a half, didn't help
too much with the mailing, but
we thought you might like to
see how he's grown....
Hello and Happy
Summer!
Thank you for your continued interest! We feel
God is really pulling things together for our future
in serving the Hispanic communities in Michigan.
After our time of research and waiting on the Lord
Isaiah 40:31, we give witness that He is able to
do more than we can ask for or even imagine
Ephesians 3:20.
We are all in this together;
what a profound truth.
"Each of you should use whatever gift you have
received to serve others, as faithful stewards of
God’s grace in its various forms." (1 Peter 4:10)
What do Detroit &
Lansing have in common?
God already has a non-profit organization set in
place to serve Hispanic people in Michigan!
Recently Pastor Greg Lorenz, who was serving a
Hispanic congregation in Detroit called Pan de
Vida, accepted a call to Texas. He contacted us
with the prospect of helping Detroit's ministry. It
was already clear to us that God was sending us
to the north of Lansing (Fowler/St. Johns area)
but we were willing and excited to meet with the
leadership of the Michigan District and Pastor
Lorenz to see what God's bigger plans might be.
The result of that meeting, and others that
followed, have led to Sam being appointed the
new Executive Director of LATINO Mission
Society (Lutheran Action Team In Native
Outreach).
Now we are busy forming a Board of Directors
and a Prayer Team, organizing the papers and
documents, and serving the people of Pan de
Vida in Detroit.
Sunday, July 6th was their first Sunday without
Pastor Lorenz, we helped them continue to
worship by leading in prayers, preaching and
music. They will have regular Sunday help from
a local Spanish-speaking Lutheran Pastor until
we are able to help the congregation figure out
their next steps.
Please pray for the people of Pan de Vida, and
for Sam as he leads them forward.
Lansing plans continue...as the Lord allows
James 4:14-15
Continued on Page 9
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If we have not visited your church, respond to this
email and put us in touch with your Pastor so we
can explore the possibilities with him.
In addition to LATINO and assisting Detroit's
congregation, we are proceeding with plans to
relocate to Fowler/St. Johns in order to live and
serve the Hispanic people there. In August we will
make the big move, so we will update more about
that next month. Otherwise it's just too much
information at once!
Please pray for smooth transitions, safety,
patience and for provisions to be made for the
extra costs.
Visiting congregations will be an exciting part of
continuing ministry. On Sunday, June 29th, we
visited Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Warren,
Michigan.
This is the
church where
Brooke's dad
accepted his
first call to be
Pastor when
she was a
junior in High
School. (Brooke
with the picture
of her dad at
Holy Cross on
June 29th) This is also the church where we were
married 17 years ago this month!
It was wonderful to see our church family there
and spend time with them in Bible
Study and worship.
"We Don't Fly Solo", article by Tom Kraeuter
Continue on the giving journey or join us!
Supporting this mission is worth your donations
and prayers.
Perhaps you have heard us say (even many times
in this email alone) that we are a team. We
cannot do this without you. We continue in
ministry only as you support us.
Please consider supporting us in prayer and
finances.
Your prayers are honored by our gracious God
through Jesus Christ as He guides and directs us,
protects us, and opens doors of opportunity to
spread His Word!
These things are His will; please take a moment to
pray right now for this ministry. God promises to
work through your prayers. 1 John 5:14-15
Thank you for your continued support.
Peace is yours in Jesus,
The Orozco Family:
Samuel, Brooke, Lucie, Karolein & Micah.
Global Lutheran Outreach
6709 Ficus Drive
Miramar, FL 33023
We look forward to growing the
relationship God has given us with
each church. We plan on visiting
congregations more often, now that
we are back. We pray new
relationships begin as a part of God's
plan to reach Hispanics in the whole
State of Michigan.
We love being in this together! The
amount of encouragement we receive
when we visit a church is
tremendous.
We pray that God uses us to bless
and encourage you on your own
missionary journey, as well.
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Serving In August
Deadline for September Newsletter:
Elders
Please notify Tish by August 8th of your intent to
contribute and submit items
for the by 5 pm on August 14th
by email to Tish Anderson at
[email protected] or
to the Church email:
[email protected]
3 Breault/ Placer
10 Rountree/ Scott
17 Hetherington/ Hutfilz
24 Roehrs/ Batzer
31 Schwab/ Wagner
Ushers
3 Ed J & Ken W/ Jerry G & Fred H
10 Mike S & Jim M/ Richard D & Dale C
17 Mark T & Adam B/ Jerry G & Fred H
24 Doug S & Ron M/ Richard D & Dale C
31 Ed J & Jim M/ Jerry G & Fred H
Attendance
Date
Readers
3 Kipfmiller/ Peck
10 Zelt/ Morrison
17 Kruchkow/ Smith
24 Wilson/ Snow
31 Placer/ Flury
Greeters
3 Balhorn/ Schwab
10 Mawhorter/ LaFontaine
17 McIntosh/ Brokoff
24 Zelt/Richmond
31 Pfund/ Strunk
Contemporary
Service
Traditional
Service
Total
June 22
Picnic (no count)
June 29
134
99
233
July 6
108
108
216
July 20
120
104
224
You Say……………God Says....
You Say
God Says
Bible Verse
I can’t figure it out.
I will direct your steps.
Proverbs 3:5-6
I’m too tired.
I will give you rest.
Matthew 11:28-30
It’s impossible.
All things are possible.
Luke 18:27
Nobody loves me
I love you.
John 3:16
I can’t forgive myself.
I forgive you.
Romans 8:1
It’s not worth it.
It will be worth it.
Romans 8:28
I’m not smart enough.
I will give you wisdom.
1 Corinthians 1:30
I’m not able.
I am able.
2 Corinthians 9:8
I can’t go on.
My grace is sufficient.
2 Corinthians 12:9
I can’t do it.
You can do all things.
Philippians 4:13
I can’t manage.
I will supply all your needs.
Philippians 4:19
I’m afraid.
I have not given you fear.
2 Timothy 1:7
I feel all alone.
I will never leave you.
Hebrews 13:5
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5 pm TOPS
8:45 am Contemporary (HC)
10 am Bible Stds/ Adv Skrs
11 am Traditional
6-8 pm Youth Group
5
9 - 10 McTuesday
Noon Prayer Shawl
6:30 Wmns Bbl Stdy
Tue
18
17
24/ 31
25
8:45 am Contemporary (HC 8/31) 5 pm TOPS
10-10:45 am Bbl Stds/Adv Skrs
11 am Traditional (HC 8/24)
6-8 pm Youth Group
8:45 am Contemporary (HC)
5 pm TOPS
10-10:45 am Bbl Stds/Adv Skrs
11 am Traditional
6-8 Youth Group
11
10
Rummage Sale
6-9 Worship Team
Practice
11:30 am Wmn’s Bible Stdy
5:30 Bells
6:30 pm Elders
6:30 Chimes
27
11:30 am Wmn’s Bible Stdy
5:30 Bells
6:30 Chimes
6-9 Worship Team
Practice
28
6-9 Worship Team
Practice
21
14
20
8
29
6-9 Kelly Fisher
Kitch / S&A Room
22
15
30
23
16
9
1-5 Marlene Kit/
Dining Room
Bonfire
Sat
2
Fri
1
Thurs: 9-4 & Fri: 9-Noon
6-9 pm Worship Team
7
Thu
13
11:30 am Wmn’s Bible Stdy
1 pm OutReach
5:30 Bells
6:30 Chimes
6
Wed
9-10 am McTuesday 11:30 am Wmn’s Bible Stdy
Noon Prayer Shawl 5:30 Bells
6 pm Council Mtg
6:30 Chimes
6:30 Wmns Bble
26
19 9 - 10 am
McTuesday
Noon Prayer Shawl
6:30 Wmns Bble
12
9 - 10 am
8:45 am Contemporary
5 pm TOPS
10-10:45 am Bbl Stds/Adv Skrs 5:30 Ladies Aid Meeting McTuesday
Noon Prayer Shawl
11 am Traditional (HC)
6:30 Wmns Bble St
6:30 pm Youth Group
4
Mon
3
Sun
(HC) Holy Communion
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