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Pray FOR ONE ANOTHER PRAISE GOD • For our wonderful church family • For all

Pray

FOR ONE ANOTHER

PRAISE GOD

• For our wonderful church family

• For all who are giving faithfully to our Church Budget

• For the Food Bank ministry

• God gave me a 3D encounter this week!

PRAY FOR:

• Our High School ministry

• The Health Ministry Event taking place on the 30th of this month in San Bernardino.

• Our Church to grow together as a Family

• Farah Prem as she battles cancer.

• The New Believers Class beginning in July

• My children to come to know Jesus as Friend, Savior and Lord.

• The mission trip to Papua, New Guinea

• My marriage.

• All of us to become 3D Christians!

To have a special praise or prayer request placed in our weekly prayer box, mark your Blue Card and place it in offering or email it to thisweekatcampushill@gmail.com

Connecting With Christ

(Story continued )

One of the “empty” shells contained a carefully rolled piece of paper. On it was a scrawl in Czech. The Intelligence people scoured our base for a man who could read Czech. Eventually, they found one to decipher the note. It set us marveling. Translated, the note read: “This is all we can do for you now.”

Research showed that this anti-aircraft ammunition was produced at a concen- tration camp by Jewish slave laborers. As they went about their task, at least one of these workers knew he couldn’t fight against the Nazi war machine directly, but his indirect action saved at least 10 lives, maybe more.

No matter our circumstances, we can ask Christ daily to work through us to make a difference in our world — to be 3D Chris- tians!

John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, wrote a challenging poem I would like you to read carefully and let the words become etched in your mind:

Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can, In all the places you can, At all the times you can, To all the people you can, As long as ever you can.

you can, To all the people you can, As long as ever you can. ThisWeek @campushill
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Volume 1. Issue 11

June 22

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2019

In Elmer Bendiner’s book, The Fall of For- tresses, he describes one bombing run over the German city of Kassel:

GRAD BAGS — 2 Weeks to go!

You will notice as you enter the foyer or as you leave, a table in the foyer with Grad Bags. On each bag is the name

Our B-17 (THE TONDELAYO) was bar- raged by flak from Nazi antiaircraft guns. That was not unusual, but on this par- ticular occasion our gas tanks were hit. Later, as I reflected on the miracle of a twenty-millimeter shell piercing the fuel tank without touching off an explosion, our pilot, Bohn Fawkes, told me it was not quite that simple.

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one of Campus Hill’s graduates.

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Grad bags very simple way for you to share in the our gradu- from ates of

On the morning following the raid, Bohn had gone down to ask our crew chief for that shell as a souvenir of unbelievable luck. The crew chief told Bohn that not just one shell but eleven had been found in the gas tanks--eleven unexploded shells where only one was sufficient to blast us out of the sky. It was as if the sea had been parted for us. Even after thirty- five years, so awesome an event leaves me shaken, especially after I heard the rest of the story from Bohn.

He was told that the shells had been sent to the armorers to be defused. The armorers told him that Intelligence had picked them up. They could not say why at the time, but Bohn eventually sought out the answer.

Apparently when the armorers opened each of those shells, they found no ex- plosive charge. They were clean as a whistle and just as harmless. Empty? Not all of them.

(To read the rest of the story, go the back page )

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On the backside of our grab bag insert you will see the names of those who have graduated. Take one of the pro- vided congratulations cards, purchase or make a card of your own, or give a small gift like a book, a pen or pencil set, or something he else. Use your own creativity to affirm them in their achievement.

like a book, a pen or pencil set, or something he else. Use your own creativity
like a book, a pen or pencil set, or something he else. Use your own creativity

a weekly communication for Campus Hill family and friends

WIAFES EXCEL! I’m not sure exactly how to share the news of this father/son duo! God has placed in our congregation and in our community two men who are leading in their respective areas.

Michael Wiafe has been chosen to be the president of the stu- dent body of all 23 California State Uni- versities in the 2019- 20 school year. I sat down with Michael a couple weeks back and heard his story of how he prayed for God to lead him to the right school.

About 3 years ago, Michael was getting a little anxious with waiting, wondering which university he would be attending when he received word from San Diego State that he would be given a full-ride scholarship. After two years, Michael ran for president of the student body last year, wone the electionand led 30,000 students at that institution.

This summer he is attending a special session in Pittsburgh at Carnegie Mellon University. When completed, he will come back to San Jose State for his final year of undergraduate work. As he is receiving offers and scholarships to various schools, he requests your prayers forGod will make clear to him the school he is to attend.

There are not many young people who look at politics as a place in which to serve. Michael is looking for- ward to not only receiving a degree

Michael is looking for- ward to not only receiving a degree in political science, but coming

in political science, but coming back to the Inland Empire to represent this part of California in whatever capacity God opens up.

Michael longs to see a society where those who “have,” cross the chasm to make a difference for those who live in poverty and substandard conditions. Keep Michael in your prayers as he follows God’s leading in the political arena and as the State Universities Student Association President.

Michael’s father Seth, one of the Elders here at Campus Hill, has a claim to fame of having a wonderful wife and three incredible children. As of last week, he can claim something else, too. Seth given this year‘s Loma Linda University Distinguished Service Faculty Award. At last Sunday’s graduation he received a special plaque and recogni- tion for his excellence in teaching.

Not knowing what a teacher in bio- statistics actually does, I spent some time with him looking at some of his projects. One project showed medica- tion delivered in Africa to help with the aids epidemic was sent to a place with the least need, while the places with the greatest need did not receive adequate supplies. When the com- pany delivering the medication was given this research they were able to target the areas where the medication was most needed and change delivery to get the medicine to the people with the greatest need.

Even now, the work Dr. Wiafe has done in San Bernardino county is the founda- tion for the healthcare we will be giving to that community on June 30.

healthcare we will be giving to that community on June 30. If you would like to

If you would like to know where you can help, Dr. Wiafe will be available at the close of worship today to meet with those who have signed up already and with those who are not signed up but interested.

already and with those who are not signed up but interested. Did you know research shows
already and with those who are not signed up but interested. Did you know research shows

Did you know research shows that only 1 in 5 Adventists read their Bibles daily. Let’s make sure we’re helping bump that average up!

To read the Bible through in a year, keep up with this schedule!

June 23 - Deuteronomy 16-19 June 24 - Deuteronomy 20-22 June 25 - Deuteronomy 23-25 June 26 - Deuteronomy 26-27 June 27 - Deuteronomy 28-29 June 28 - Deuteronomy 30-32 June 29 - Deuteronomy 33-34

THIS WEEK | CALENDAR

Sabbath : June 22 8:30a - Choir Practice 9:30a - Sabbath Schools 10:55a - Divine Worship Service 12:45p - Student/Visitor Luncheon

Sunday : June 23 8:00a - Primetimers Meet at Church

Tuesday : June 25 6:30p - Nominating Committee

Wednesday : June 26 6:30p - Prayer Meeting

Thursday : June 27 6:00p - Women’s Choir Practice 6:00p - Finance Committee

Friday : June 28 7:00p - Family Vespers

Sabbath : June 29 8:30a - Choir Practice 9:30a - Sabbath Schools 10:55a - Divine Worship Service 12:45p - Student/Visitor Luncheon 6:00p - Church Board

Grace Notes

“At the heart of all we call our faith is a deepening trust that God’s heart is

kinder than

we were taught and

more persistent

than we ever knew.”

— Pastor Bill Knott