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What’s in a Name?By Pastor Curt De Graaff, Pastor of Young Adult Ministries similar format is used for guys. Both groups meet on campus
Twelve or more cows are known as a flink. here at FFC in Room 244 as extensions of the HUB.
A group of frogs is called an army. A group of Perhaps you are interested in connecting with young single
rhinos is called a crash. A group of kangaroos is adults or couples for a small group experience, whether already-
called a mob. existing, or with a nucleus you have in mind for a future start. If
So, what are Christ-followers gathered so, please let me know via our Care and Communication Card.
in small groups called? Well, how about To those students who are entering college in the fall or
accountable? Reflect afresh on the command are back home for the summer, plan now to join us for our Big
from Hebrews 10:24–25: “Think of ways to Breakfast Blow-out on Sunday morning, June 8, at 9:15AM on
encourage one another to outbursts of love and good deeds. And the southeast porch of our campus entrance. Then, stay with us
let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but weekly for our regular worship, fellowship, and teaching time in
encourage and warn each other, especially now that the day of Room 244.
his coming back again is drawing near.” (NLT) Whatever you want to call a group from our Young Adult
According to the Book of Acts, the early church gathered Ministries who want to gather regularly to stay connected, just
constantly so that they could “do life together” (Acts 2:44–47). don’t call them unbiblical. We are never closer to our first century
If we would emulate their New Testament pattern, we must be model than when we recapture the small group design.
addicted to fellowship.
Earlier this spring, a brand new young couples’ small group
began. It now meets in Altoona on Wednesday According to the
evenings. On May 30, a second couples’
small group will launch in
Book of Acts,
Des Moines. the early church
On Monday evenings,
college age gals gathered constantly
gather for their
small group. On so that they could
Tuesdays, a
“do life together”

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WELCOME TO FIRST FEDERATED CHURCH!
Thank you for choosing to worship with us this morning!
Have Questions?
If you have any questions, simply ask someone wearing a Guest Welcome Children’s
name tag with “Here to Help” on it or visit the Welcome Center
in the auditorium foyer.
Reception Center Registration
Guest Reception North Parking Lot Station
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Thank you for taking the time to visit First Federated Church.
If you are not presently a member of a Bible teaching church, we
invite you to join our church family.

If You Have Children Visit the Children’s


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Trust your children to the care of our dedicated, loving


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Children’s Ministry staff. Our children’s programs provide qual- M Men Restroom
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ity care and learning for kids of all ages.


If your child has not already been enrolled in our Children’s
Cellular Phones & Pagers
Ministry, a quick visit to the Children’s Ministry Registration
Station will provide you with temporary security tags and give us Thank you for turning off, or muting, your cell phone, pager and other electronic
the information we need to effectively minister to your child. devices during this morning’s worship service.
Infants & Preschool Children Assistive Listening Devices
Childcare and teaching are available during the 9:00 hour and 10:30 worship service ALS devices are available for check-out at the Resource Center in the foyer.
in the Nursery and Preschool Departments. AED (Automated External Defibrillator)/First-aid
Kindergarten–4th Grade Facilities for guests needing first aid, health counseling, and blood
During the 9:00 hour, K–4th graders meet in graded classroom groups for Bible pressure checks are provided by our Parish Nurses located in the west
learning and fun. hallway in Room 1117, Sundays, 10:30AM–Noon.
K–2nd graders attend the first part of the 10:30 worship service with their families Please contact an usher if you need immediate assistance.
and then are dismissed through the large black doors at the front of the auditorium Lost and Found
to attend their own age-appropriate children’s church, called KZ Church. Parents, we Lost items may be reported or claimed at the Main Office of the church during
encourage you to go with your children the first time they visit KZ Church. regular M-F office hours. Lost and Found items are kept for 30 days.
3rd & 4th graders attend the worship service to listen and learn with their families. Safety
First Federated Church regards your safety as our highest priority. If you have any
Xtreme AM (5th & 6th Grade) concerns, please inform one of our ushers or staff. If a building emergency arises,
Our preteens meet in their own Xtreme spot, Room 205, at 9:00 for a time of Xtreme directions will be provided over the public address system.
learning, Xtreme prayer and Xtreme relationship-building, then join their families for
Recordings of Today’s Message
the 10:30 worship service.
CD recordings of the morning message can be picked up immediately following the
Youth (Grade 7–12) & Adults service at the Resource Center in the Foyer for $3.
Groups for ADULTS and activities for YOUTH begin at 9:00AM. Stop by You can also listen to the message for free at www.FirstFederated.org.
the Welcome Center to find out about each of the groups and how to get there. Prayer Team Up Front
If you would like to pray with someone today, please come to the center commu-
nion table at the front of the Sanctuary following this morning’s service. Members
of our church leadership stand ready to serve you.

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES NOTES
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Taking It to the Streets Pastor Mike Rose Ignite: At Any Cost
Volunteers Needed To Help Pack Books
Wednesday, May 28 | 9AM – noon.
We have an opportunity to HELP HILLIS ELEMENTARY!
They are looking for 6 volunteers to help pack books in
preparation for their move back to their old/NEW building!
Wednesday, May 28, 9–noon. Because of their temporary home
in the Moore Elementary building, we have not hosted the after
school club this past school year but have plans to start again this
fall. It’s a privilege for us to serve them in this way and maintain
our relationship with this neighborhood school! Give
Sherri Stufflebeem a call, 255.2122, if you are
available to serve that day.

Neighborhood Flyer Distribution


& Barbeque
Wednesday, June 4
5:00–6:30PM | Barbeque
6:30–8:00PM | Distribution

Motorfest
Sunday, June 15 | 10:00AM
We will be hosting one of our biggest
activities of the year! Our Special Events
planning team has been meeting and
planning and now it’s time to get YOU on
board! It takes MANY volunteers to make
this day happen. Sign up NOW on the Care and Communication
card and we will contact you!

ADULT GROUPS
Sunday Mornings | 9:15AM
Groups for All Ages
See the Adult Sunday brochure for complete listing.

Concerts of Prayer
Wednesday Evenings | 6:30–8:00PM | Room 1116

Mothers of Preschoolers
Tuesday 27 | 9:15AM
Last MOPS meeting until September!
Picnic in Tower Park immediately following
the meeting. Bring lunches and we’ll let the
kids play to kick off summer.
Also, don’t forget that you can register for MOPS International for
next year at the reduced rate.

The HUB (18–30 years old)


Sundays at 9AM—Come up to the HUB for
worship, food and fellowship and stay for
HUB
SINGLES AGE 18 TO TWENTY-SOMETHING
Curt leading us in a study of “I don’t want to waste my life.”
Sunday at 6PM - HUB versus High School in DODGEBALL! Come and
wail on your siblings, friends and show those kids who rules the gym!
Monday at 7:00PM—Ladies’ Bible study
Tuesday at 7:00PM—Men’s Bible study

HUB
Wednesday at 7:15PM—Band practice—open to anyone who wants
to sing or play!
SINGLES AGE 18 TO TWENTY-SOMETHING
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PRAY FOR
ONE The contents of this page have been removed to protect the
ANOTHER privacy of those in our congregation.

Printed copies of this page can be obtained at the church.

Items found on this page include:


Pray for Those Who Grieve
Happy Birthday!
(Birthdays are listed for Federated members & missionaries)
Pray for those with Physical Needs
(In the Hospital, Upcoming Surgery/Procedures, Partial List of the Ongoing Needs of Our Members &
Our Encouragement Regular Attenders)
“Consider it all joy, my Pray for Those Who Serve our Church
brethren, when you encoun-
ter various trials, knowing
that the testing of your faith
produces endurance.”
James 1:2-3

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MISSION ONE Reaching others for Jesus Christ
Tim & Iris Loomans Bill & Jenni Hunt
Location: Krasnoyarsk, Siberia Mission Board:
Mission Board: Global Record- Campus Crusade
ings Network for Christ
What do they do? Loomans Location: Orlando,
are involved with a team Florida, to Little
recording messages of sal- Rock, Arkansas
vation in the heart language What do they do?
of 32 ethnic groups. Hunts led a
Quotes from a letter sent by thriving FamilyLIFE ministry in Nairobi, Kenya for many
Iris: years. They spent a year at CCC headquarters attending a
“This morning while I was taking a shower, I was reminded senior staff development program. After weighing all sorts
of how good our God is. I remember His goodness through of opportunities and challenges they have decided to serve
your gifts to us. About two years ago, we came through and you with FamilyLIFE in Little Rock. Bill will be the liaison for
opened the ‘pantry’ (treasure chest) to us. I picked some very FamilyLIFE in 25 African countries, giving oversight, train-
good smelling soap and some nice towels. You are a blessing to ing, mentoring to leaders in those countries to see Family-
us. Every day you are remembered with much gratefulness in the LIFE built into a movement that is changing lives for Christ
middle of Siberia, and I am sure by the many other missionaries and seeing marriages and families strengthened, healed,
that you come along side of. Thank you for not giving up on mis- restored. They will also be working to develop a home build-
sions and pouring love on all of us out here. ers movement in Little Rock and developing materials for
“We are grateful for Roy’s life too and for how he really cared African nations.
for us. Thank you for praying faithfully. Prayer makes a huge Prayer Requests:
difference here. I wish you all could see how God is moving and
• For God to guide them directly to a house that they can
leading step by step.
afford to buy or rent.
“Do not tire in doing good to those coming through. A few
hours with us is still blessing us two years down the road. Thank • For moving from Orlando to Little Rock after June 20.
you.” • For a summer of support development to raise funds neces-
sary to live in the US.
Michael & April • For their children as they go through another transition.
Closed Country
• For Bill’s traveling assignments prior to leaving Florida.
What do they do? As tentmakers, Michael and April participate
in ongoing survey and translation work focusing on reaching Vaughn & Jennifer
a specific unreached minority people group with the Gospel. Closed Country
The complicated language, along with trade languages, must
What do they do? Vaughn and Jennifer serve with a team
be mastered to reach those in remote areas. They are part of
involved in tsunami reconstruction and community develop-
a strategic partnership between various organizations seek-
ment. They have appropriate technology equipment—earth
ing to serve the same language group.
block presses and earth pulverizers to build sufficient capac-
Prayer Requests: ity for the two communities they are serving. The earth
• For a business license—there are more rigorous procedures block production continues to take steps toward market de-
than ever before to qualify to live and work there. velopment. Vaughn coordinates with a foundation, planning
• Good transition to the village for all. to complete construction training in late May or June.
• For a teacher to live with them to help with boy’s home Prayer Requests:
schooling. • For Vaughn’s Bible study with English speaking believers
• Visa difficulties, projects funds. there.
• Village daughter’s appendicitis concerns. • For partnership as they search for the best situation to
remain in the country.
• Mike’s dental misery.
• National language acquisition, need to learn local language
• For good progress with the language task ahead.
after that.
• Home school—need for core curriculum.
• For personal support that has dropped off significantly.

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Hangtimes Junior High Summer Camp! | June 22-27
May 25—Dodgeball
tournament Jr. High Summer Camp at Hidden Acres Christian Center
7th–12th Grades in Dayton, Iowa—Basic Training: Explorers B Residential
June 1— Disk golf
June 8—Waterskiing Camp. Cost is $250. Be sure to register as soon as possible to
June 15—MOTORFEST reserve your space. All those who have completed 6-8th grade
June 22—Sleepy Hollow are invited to attend! Here is a link so you can register online:
DODGEBALL!!! Sunday | 6–8:00PM | FFC West Gym http://hacamps.org. Discounts for siblings available.
Our last Dodgeball of the season is tonight! Come join us! Sleepy Hollow | June 22 | 6-8PM
Mini golf, rock walls and go-carts—OH MY! Enjoy one
In May go-kart race, one round of mini-golf, one climb on the climbing
Wednesday Nights During the Summer | May wall, one batting range token (16 pitches), basketball hot shot
In May we will have our creative Wednesday night THEME plus: (weather permitting) inflatable obstacle course and impos-
NIGHTS. PLUS, we are going to continue meeting in June and sible rope ladder. Cost: $10.50 per person + tax. Meet there!
July—the youth leaders will take a break, but Dan, Howie and Parents welcome.
Juls will be there to help you continue to worship, encounter
God’s word and have a blast together. This will be a more relaxed Other
setting—perfect to bring your friends! M-FUGE | July 20–27
May 28—Praise and Worship Night Make sure you have your passports and support letters. There
are also six open spots, so it is not too late if you still want to
In June go! Please make sure you let Howie know your t-shirt size if you
Are You Smarter Than A 7th/9th Grader? | June 1 have not already done so. Only eight weeks till go time!
The junior high and senior high will compete during Sunday
Canada Mission Trip Support
school in this parody of the famous game show and see who will
Don’t have a work project to offer? Haven’t received a support
win the challenge: the new 7th graders or the new 9th graders.
letter from a teen? If you still feel impressed to give and support
This is going to be hilarious.
this trip, there are teens that could be helped greatly by both your
Grad Banquet/Service | June 1 prayer and financial support. If you feel led to support a teen in
Come celebrate 18 years of accomplishment! We will recog- anyway, contact Howie to learn more about how you can help.
nize our graduates during the 10:45 worship service, and then,
immediately following, join us for a catered meal in the HUB
room. Parents are encouraged to attend both
events.
What we need from you grads:
Jocelyn Arment
DSM Christian
Class of 2007!

Kirsten M. Hansen
Future Plans
GOT A WORK PROJECT?
A) 6 pictures: 1) Baby, 2) Child,
Go to Northwest Missouri State
Best HS Memory

Put us to work! Those going on the upcoming mission


I got to know some of my best friends
through the plays I was in during all of
high school.

3) Funny, 4) Interest/Hobby,
Megan Nicole Emory Crystal Hon
Homeschool

trips need to raise money. We are looking for work


Future Plans Future Plans
Belmont Univ for a degree in Journalism Joining the military; going to school for
Best HS Memory early childhood development.
going to Hawaii for family vacation` Best HS Memory
HS memory: The polar bear dare and
playing pranks on each other. Boys vs.
Girls and I definitely think that the girls

5) Senior Picture—Headshot (for the


ruled on that trip.

Violet Foster Sara Hugley

projects to help earn our support. Our teams will


Homeschool Grandview Park
Future Plans Future Plans
DMACC for a couple years, then a College, DMACC, Ankeny campus
Christian college afterward Best HS Memory
Best HS Memory 5-day tour with Sounds of Praise choral
Going on the mission trips and hanging group at Grandview Park Baptist

newspaper).
out.

be available on Saturdays, 8:00AM to 5:00PM. Please


Rachel Nicole Garner Matt Janes
DSM Christian Johnston
Future Plans Future Plans
Trinity Christian in Chicago majoring in Going into the Army hoping to become
Nursing part of the military police.
Best HS Memory Best HS Memory
hanging out with friends Playing pranks on the girls at Turkey

B) You will also need to fill out the senior


Trek

contact Michael Howland at 255.2122. Your support is


First Federated Church S1 Class of 2007 | Sunday, June 3, 2007

questionnaire available in the Backdoor.


greatly appreciated.
These items must be turned in to Pastor Howie no later than
May 27. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Waterskiing | June 8
Senior High: Bring $5 to help cover the price of gas and come
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
have an awesome time water skiing and tubing! Lake Panorama, Regular Submission Deadline: Tuesdays by noon
4–8PM. If you need to carpool, meet at the church by 3PM. Home
We prefer that items be submitted electronically!
by 9PM!
E-Mail: NEWSPAPER@FirstFederated.org
Motorfest | June 15 All submitted items are subject to submission guidelines and editorial review by
This Father’s Day, June 15th, we are continuing to host Mo-
the church staff. FFC reserves the right to edit submissions
torfest as an outreach to the community. We need a lot of help to
make this happen. There will be plenty of areas where the teens for length.
can help serve. Look for a list of needs coming up in the church Disclaimer:
newspaper and help serve as we celebrate our fathers. First Federated Church does not claim to own any copyright privileges on items
printed in this newspaper, unless otherwise stated. All items published are
quoted in good faith and believed to be free for circulation or public domain.

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CHILDREN’S MINISTRY
Mark Your Calendar for these Great Summer Events: New Arrivals
Champions Sports Camp God has graciously given
Gregg and Mindi Stearns the
Striving for Greatness
privilege of adopting a little
Soccer, Basketball, Cheerleading, boy! Benjamin Jordan Stearns
Tae Kwon Do, & Baseball was born on May 6, 2008,
Monday, June 23–Friday, June 27 weighing 8 pounds. Big brother Josiah can be found with a big
Daily 9:00AM–12:00PM
smile and so happy about his new little brother. Benjamin also
Tower Park, 50th & Hickman, Des Moines
Ages 6–12
has proud grandparents Bill and Helen Stearns here at Federated.
Cost: $40 We welcome Benjamin to the Federated Family!
CHAMPIONS Sports Camp 2008 is an
incredible day camp experience. Each day includes SOLID athletic Chuck and Debbie Boscaljon are proud first-time grandpar-
training from coaches and athletes, Bible studies and MORE! ents! Levi Micah Boscaljon was born here in Des Moines to
Every camper receives professional sports instruction, camp Ben and Bianca Boscaljon on May 16th. Congratulations to the
t-shirt and water bottle. To register or obtain more information growing Boscaljon family!
call the Children’s Ministry office, 255.2122.
Promotion Sunday is
Heroes! Arts Camp NEXT WEEK
Next Sunday, June 1st is a big day
Making a difference for God
for our kids! It’s the day our kids
Drama, Set Design, Tech Team, Music are promoted to their next grade and
(vocal with choreography) move to a new classroom for the 9:15
Monday, July 14–Friday, July 18 Sunday School hour. Watch your
Daily 9:00AM–12:00PM
mailbox for info regarding where your
Ages 6–12 (some age restrictions apply)
Cost: $25 ($30 after June 23)
child’s ‘new’ classroom will be!
To register or obtain more information call Parents of new kindergarteners need to know:
the Children’s Ministry office, 255.2122. You will drop your child off at the gyms by 9:15 and pick
them up from the class room at 10:30. They will sit with you
during the first part of the 10:45 service, then will be dismissed
Back Yard Bible Clubs for KZ Church. You may want to plan to accompany your child
Back Yard Fun! to KZ Church for the first 2–3 weeks to help with the adjustment
Music, Crafts, Snacks, to a large group ministry time.
Games & More Parents of new Jr Highers:
June 10–12 Your new 7th grader has officially graduated from the
July 29–31 Children’s Ministry and will join Heirborn, our awesome youth
August 11–13 group ministry. They meet in the Back Door at 9:15 for a time of
Cost: Free!
singing, then break into Jr & Sr High groups for the lesson time.
They will join you for the 10:45 service.
Reminder for families with 3–6th graders:
For the 10:45 service time, we encourage you to make this
a great time of family worship. (Also for the 8AM service!).
Host a Back Yard Bible Club Be proactive in coaching your child on what to expect from
Host this unique opportunity
the service and how to get the most out of it. (encourage them
for ministry in your very own
to take notes or DRAW PICTURES to illustrate the sermon).
back yard! Back Yard Bible Clubs
Lunchtime conversations will turn into a very valuable teaching
are a great way to invite your
time as you talk about the message and reinforce what you have
neighbors and friends to come for
all heard that day.
solid Bible teaching, fun, music,
fun, crafts, fun, snacks, fun... get the idea??!
YOU invite your friends and provide the back yard.
WE come prepared to share God’s love in a FUN way!
Wanna be a part of this by hosting a club or being a part
of the presenting team?
Give Sherri Stufflebeem, Director of Children’s Ministries,
a call, 255.2122!

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UPCOMING EVENTS OTHER NEWS
Goin’ Fishin’ Sympathy
Saturday, May 31 | 9AM-Noon Our sympathy is extended to those in our church family who
Contact Darrin Niday at 237.8268 or dtniday_00@yahoo.com. have lost loved ones recently:
May Shonna Trudo at the death of her father, Larry Tryon, on
Building Closed ........................................................................................................ 26 May 9
Goin’ Fishin’ (Oakridge Neighborhood).............................................................................31 Eric Trudo at the death of his grandmother, Bernice Muench,
on May 17
June
Promotion Sunday .....................................................................................................1 Sandi Watter at the death of her brother-in-law on May 16.
Graduate Recognition ..............................................................................................1
Beaverdale Neighborhood Flyer Distribution.................................................4 Thank You
Back Yard Club (Locations TBD)..............................................................................10–12 My thanks to many friends who attended the 90th birthday
Father’s Day | Motor Fest (10:00AM) .........................................................................15 party my family provided for that milestone. Thanks also for the
Champion Sports Camp (for ages 6–12) .......................................................... 23–27 cards, gifts and donations to Missions and Missionary Sewing
funds – they will be an offering to His Glory.
July In His Love, Helen Storey
Building Closed ...........................................................................................................4
Contemporary Service Preview (Sundays in July | 10:45AM) ................... 6, 13, 20, 27 Men’s Softball | May 29
Film & Franks (Tower Park) .............................................................................................9 7:15PM First Federated vs. Crossroads
Splash Party (Clive Aquatic Center) ..................................................................................13 The game will be on Field R at Campbell Park in Clive
Arts Camp (for ages 6–12) ..................................................................................... 14–18
Oakridge Neighborhood Carnival (Oakridge)..................................................... 26 International Adoption
Back Yard Club (Locations TBD)............................................................................. 29–31 Is God calling you to adopt internationally? We are currently
in need of 34 families to adopt children from an orphanage in
Haiti. Please contact Bethany Christian Services of South Central
Iowa at 641.628.3247 for more information. Thank you!

Deacon of the Month


Aaron Baugher, 255.2122 ext 139
Our Deacons stand ready to help with the physical needs of the
members and attenders of this fellowship. Should you have a
short-term, emergency need, do not hesitate to call the church
office and leave a message for the “Deacon of the Month.” This
ministry is made possible by your gifts to the Deacons’ Fund.
Deaconess of the Month
Ruth Kabitzke | 965.1343
Our Deaconesses are available to the women of the church in
areas of encouragement and spiritual support. If you need a
listening ear and someone to pray with you, please call Ruth.

Financial Report Shortage.............................($65,727)

June 15 • 10:00am June 15 • 10:00am


Attendance 05/18/08 Budgeted Missions:
8:00AM.......................................340 Year to Date: 9/1/07-present
10:45AM ...................................... 744 Need ................................... $198,332
Free Lunch, Activities & Entertainment Free
General Fund Offering Lunch, Activities Offering& Entertainment
..............................$203,590
Last Week Overage ..................................$5,258
Cash & Prizes CashMortgage
& Prizes
[vote for your favorite motor] Weekly Need ........................$34,889 [vote for your favorite motor]

Contemporary Service
Men’s Choice, Ladies’ Choice, Kids’ Choice, Exhibitors’ Choice Offering ....................
Men’s Choice, ……$35,059
Overage .................... ……….$170
Ladies’ Choice, Current
Kids’ Balance
Choice,...................$749,332
Next Payment June 25
Exhibitors’ Choice

Featuring Motors Year to Date: 9/1/07-present Featuring Motors


Starting
Automobiles, this Fall
Motorcycles, | 9:15
Tractors, Etc. AM Automobiles, Motorcycles, Tractors, Etc.
Need ................................ $1,325,782
FirstMilitary
Federated Church
Family Celebration Military Family Celebration
Offering ..........................$1,260,054
We will honor our military families whose husbands and fathers are serving their country. We will honor our military families whose husbands and fathers are serving their country.
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