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I in them, and you in me, that they may become perfectly one, so that the world may know that you sent me, and loved them even as you loved me. John 17:23

Meet the new Assistant DS
With the new District Superintendent comes a new assistant DS. His name is Dr. Mike Kitsko. Mike was born and raised in Compton, California, but spent part of his childhood in Quito, Ecuador where his parents were missionaries. He attended Point Loma Nazarene University, where he sang in the choir. He has earned a Masters and Doctorate from Nazarene Theological seminary. He is currently working on his dissertation for a PhD at MSU. Dr. Kitsko has served as a Senior Pastor in Southern California and then has spent the last 11 years on staff at Flint Central Church of the Nazarene. Dr. Mike was saved at the age of 3 at the foot of his parents bed. He was sanctified while a senior in high school and called to ministry while in college. He keeps his first district and local license on the wall in his office.

Monday July 22nd, 2013

Todays Weather: 83/68 30% Chance of afternoon showers

Today’s Schedule
7:30 am - Devotions and Prayer 10:30 am – Campmeeting Service—Dr. Deihl (Preschool -Tabernacle NW / Children-Gibson) 2:00 pm– Bible Study with Dr. Stephen Manley / (M-F) Children's activities 7:00 PM —Campmeeting Service— Dr. Manley (Preschool -Tabernacle NW / Children-Gibson) (Nursery provided for all services located in the NE corner of the Tabernacle)

SERMON NOTES Sunday (Manley) ~ Matthew 11:11– Jesus is validating John the Baptist. He compares and contrasts the human race with the Kingdom of Heaven. On the human race side is “the greatest” named “John the Baptist”. On the Kingdom of Heaven side is “the least” whose name is “He”. John the Baptist and the human race are in the tone of the old testament, there is a hierarchy, greatest

Dr. Mike met his wife Julie on to least. It is about performance. Those who perform and Dr. Glen Gardner was a groomsman at their well are at the top looking down at those who perform wedding. Mike and Julie have two children; Jack less well. John was the greatest and performed the best who’s 5, and Ella who is almost 4. of them all. The Kingdom of Heaven is not a location it is Mike described himself as quiet by nature, and a relationship. Everybody (He) is least in the kingdom of Dr. Glen interjected by saying “but when he speaks, it’s big.” When I asked him the question heaven. The way into the Kingdom has nothing to do what is the one thing he most wants the EMD to know he replied. “I am excited about the future and would love their prayers!” with performance. It is about an invasion, an infusion of Jesus Christ into us resulting in radical nature change making us partakers of the divine nature. Which makes us the Kingdom of Heaven.

Morning service 10:45 IN THE Bearinger Center Speaker: Ryan Griffin Dodgeball tonight 1/2 hr. after the evening service. There will be no scheduled afternoon activities. Please take advantage of the activities offered by the campground. Details available in camp brochure.

CHILDREN K K-6 Morning 10:45 am Evening 7:00 pm
Kids are collecting pop cans again this year with proceeds going to the “Back to School Bash” at the Eastside Mission.

Tomorrow: Special Activity : 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament at
2:00. Get a team together and get out there and shoot some hoops.

Riddle of the Day It is greater than God and more evil than the devil. The poor have it, the rich need it and if you eat it you'll die. What is it?

Please be sure to sign the “No Taxes for Abortion Insurance” petition. Kim Weeks from Brighton Church of the Nazarene and the Livingston County Right to Life will be at a table near the bookstore after the services. For more information and instructions how to sign if you can’t make it to campmeeting please visit
Look out for Cheyenne and Leah who have proposed a “#1 S”more” contest. They will be traveling around the campground at night searching for the very best S’mores. The winner will receive the distinguished “#1 S’mores at EMD Campmeeting 2013” certificate. Bring out your best and impress them! The Nursery has some baby items for sale. 3 never used playpens—$30 each 1 plastic yard barrier/ playpen $10 OBO They are also looking for volunteers to help out in the nursery during the services. Contact any Nursery staff.

Todays Lunch: Taco Bar Dinner: Pasta Night Tues. Breakfast: Breakfast Sandwiches Dining Hall Menu and prices available at Snack shack Open afternoons and evenings

+ First Aid Station +
4100 N. Center Rd

Book/ Teacher supplies sale all this week 9am-5pm. Proceeds to benefit the Eastside Mission. 4116 Center rd. (across from the Gibson Center.) If you have any Ideas, Testimonies, or info that you would like included in the Communicator contact Tina Cattane on lot 206. or text me at 810-701-4205