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WELCOME

We are so glad you have joined us today! Our desire is that God
would bless and direct this time together. Worship is an
interactive, participatory experience and our prayer is that the
service today would strengthen and encourage you on your
spiritual journey. Whether you are new to faith, just coming back
to church, or a long-time follower of Jesus, we hope you find your
time with us engaging and meaningful.

THIS WEEK’ S SCHEDULE:
TODAY - Sunday, July 24th
Worship Services: 8:30am; 10:45am
Sunday School : 9:45am
Choir Practice: 4:45pm
Evening Worship: 6:00pm
Wednesday, July 27th
No Morning Bible Study - this study will resume August 3rd
Step Into My Shoes : 6:30pm - All ages

WH AT TO EXPECT TOD AY
Worship: a time to connect with God through song and prayer.
Feel free to stand and sing with us as we praise God through
singing by following the on-screen lyrics. A typical service lasts
about 65 minutes.

Sunday, July 31st
Worship Services: 8:30am; 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:45am
Choir Practice: 4:45pm
Evening Worship: 6:00pm

Offering: We give tithes and offerings as a part of worship in
obedience, celebration, and thanksgiving to the Lord. It’s also just
our way of saying, “We love our church and we want to support
it!” If you are a guest, you are not expected or obligated to give.
Children: We have a fully-staffed Nursery for ages three and
below. Kids ages 4-12 will be dismissed during the service to the
children’s chapel to be taught by Pastor Linda and her staff.
Message: The teaching time seeks to communicate biblical truth
in compelling, relevant ways. All of our messages are available
as podcast on our website www.estillnaz.org or through iTunes.

Response: When God is speaking, we take time to respond.
Most of the time this is after the message, but at other times it
may be in the middle of the service. An invitation is never needed
if you want to pray at the altar.
Communion: We take time monthly to celebrate Communion
and welcome all followers of Jesus Christ to participate in this act
of worship and remembrance regardless of membership or
denomination.

To know more about The Church of the Nazarene and what we
believe, check out our website at www.estillnaz.org.

NURSERY SCHEDULE:
TODAY: July 24th

NEXT SUNDAY: July 31st

1st Service: Lori Ayres, NEED VOLUNTEER
2nd Service: Staci & Mindi Reed
Choir Practice: Carol McGuire
PM Service: Judy Jean

1st Service: Jessica Walker, Jessica Neece
2nd Service: NEED VOLUNTEER
Choir Practice: Carol McGuire
PM Service: Pastor Linda Crummer

FINANCIAL STATISTICS:
July 17, 2016

Tithes & Offerings:
Received: $8,750
Missions:
Received: $430
WEF Paid:
$3,655.27
Fiscal Year is 5/1/16 to 4/30/17

105 Flower Lane Drive
Estill Springs, TN 37330
Phone: 649-3867 Fax: 649-3410
Emails: office@estillnaz.org
treasurer@estillnaz.org
www.facebook.com/estillnaz
www.estillnaz.org

Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday,
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

S U N D A Y, J U LY 2 4 , 2 0 1 6

WOMEN MINISTRIES
Help Needed
Would you like to be involved in Women’s Ministries? We are looking
for anyone interested in working in this exciting ministry. Please see
Cathy Frame.

NAZARENE MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL

DISCIPLESHIP MINISTRIES
Join us on Wednesday nights at 6:30pm for
an intergenerational experience. Through
videos and interactive
activities, we will learn
about a Christian family
that lives in Uganda,
Africa.

New Missionary Books available soon. Keep checking the
missions table in the hallway to see which books are available.

CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES
Branching Into Missions
by Tim Crutcher
Have you ever wondered how your life connects
to God’s mission within the Church of the
Nazarene? If so, this book is for you.
Everyone—not just missionaries—should be
involved in God’s mission to redeem the world.
Just as a tree’s roots, trunk, and branches
provide specific roles in producing fruit, various
aspects of the church help produce fruit for
God’s kingdom. Like a tree reaching out in many
directions, the Church of the Nazarene has
many “branches” of mission. This book invites you to find an
opportunity for missions-involvement that connects your heart with the
needs around the world.
Amazon Adventures
by Larry Garman
Remote. Isolated. Threatening. Intriguing. In
the Amazon jungle overlooking the Kusu and
Marañon Rivers, Larry and Addie Garman,
young missionaries in the early sixties, made
their home. Walk through the jungle, navigate
the raging Marañon, slip quietly along a remote
trail, and celebrate God’s amazing grace and
one couple’s total surrender to His will. God
does extraordinary things with ordinary
people—folks like you and me—when they are
fully surrendered to Him. God has done an extraordinary thing through
the Garmans! Your life will never be quite the same after reading these
stories.

All Children’s Sunday School Classes
Swim Party
Thursday, August 4th
6:00pm to 8:00pm
At
David R. Bean Swimplex (Winchester Swimplex)
251 Old Estill Springs Road
Winchester, TN
For more information, see Darlene Gilliam or Cassie Creson
---------Children’s Quizzing
It’s almost time to start quizzing for the new church year. This year we
will be studying I & II Samuel. This is also the year of the “World Quiz”
next June in Indianapolis, IN. This will be an exciting adventure. If
your child is interested in participating this year, please see Cathy
Frame today.

DISTRICT MINISTRIES
District Golf Tournament
Saturday, August 27th
The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain
Crossville, TN
1:00pm
Contact David O’Neal to make a reservation
oneal180@gmail.com or 423-650-9449

WORSHIP MINISTRIES

Choir Practice Starting Back Tonight at 4:45pm

MICAH 6:8 MINISTRY from Sandy Schefcik
Did You Know… this past week at the Republican National
Convention, the party ratified the 2016 Republican Platform. On the
Redefinition of Marriage, the Republicans condemn the Supreme
Court’s ruling in the Obergefell case, and affirms marriage as the
union of one man and one woman as the “cornerstone” of society
which, states have a right to recognize as such, and declares that
“every child deserves a married mom and dad.” On Abortion,
Taxpayer Funding, and Religious Freedom, the Republicans “call for
codification of the Hyde Amendment and its application across the
government, including Obamacare" so that government is not paying
for abortions. The Republicans insist on protecting “the rights of
conscience of healthcare professionals, doctors, nurses, pharmacists,
and organizations, especially the faith-based groups”. On Planned
Parenthood and the Selling of Baby Body Parts, the Republicans,
for the first time, call for the defunding of Planned Parenthood for
committing abortions, selling baby parts, and deceiving women with
faulty consent forms. They call on Congress to enact a ban on any sale
of fetal body parts. On Religious Freedom on Marriage, the
Republicans call for the passage of the First Amendment Defense Act
and sides with the rights of florists, bakers and especially adoption
agencies who disagree with same-sex marriage. On Sex Education,
the Republicans call for increasing “sexual risk avoidance education” to
promote abstinence from sex until marriage. On
Transgender Bathrooms,
Republicans called out the Obama
administration’s Title IX bathroom edict, which “impose[s] a social and
cultural revolution upon the American people by wrongly redefining sex
discrimination to include sexual orientation or other categories” as “at
once illegal, dangerous, and ignor[ing] privacy issues.” On Terrorism,
the Republicans named the enemy, “radical Islam” and condemned its
attacks on all people: “Radical Islamic terrorism poses an existential
threat to personal freedom and peace around the world. We oppose its
brutal assault on all human beings, all of whom have inherent dignity.
The Republican Party stands united with all victims of terrorism …” On
Social Engineering in the Military, the GOP insists “We reject the
use of the military as a platform for social experimentation… Military
readiness should not be sacrificed on the altar of political correctness.”