Stuart & Jill Briscoe will share a glimpse into God's plan for generosity in Madison, and how you can be part of it, at the Touching Lives: God's Love In Action campaign event. You'll learn how you can show God's love in action by financially supporting the Madison Christian Giving Fund (MCGF), which is making a significant impact for God's Kingdom in Madison. WHEN AND WHERE: Tuesday, September 26, 2017. Social and Networking 5:45-6:30 p.m. Dinner & Program 6:30-8:30 p.m. with keynote by Stuart & Jill Briscoe. Sheraton Madison Hotel, 706 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI 53713. RSVP AND COST: $50.00/person beginning September 2, 2017. Pre-registration is required. WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Those who wish to support an existing faith-based generosity movement in the Madison area and be inspired to go boldly into their next spiritual assignment! Register online www.madisongiving.org or call 262-796-9910.
The Barn Restaurant and Leatherberry Acres bring you the Community Christian School of Baraboo's "Annual Bid for the Kids" Farm to Table Inspired Dinner. Join us for a locally sourced harvest dinner, prepared and served by our evening's sponsor, The Barn Restaurant. Dine in elegance, bid on live auction handcrafted art created especially for you by CCS students and local artisans, and enjoy the beauty of nature at Leatherberry Acres. For more information or to reserve tickets, call 608-448-2191. (This dinner replaces our regular winter gala).
Salt & Light - These are the illustrations Jesus used to explain the church's identity and purpose in this world (Matthew 5:13-15).
Salt was used in ancient times as a preservative agent. It could not prevent decomposition, but it slowed the process considerably.
Light, obviously, eliminates darkness. A well-lit city helps travelers find their way home. Likewise, a well-lit room is always the safest to navigate.
The application of these illustrations is this: The church exists to arrest the creeping rot of iniquity and expose the evil works of darkness in society.
The annual Reedsburg Life Chain is one opportunity for Christians to embrace their identity and fulfill their purpose.
We will stand together for truth and life on October 1st at 2 PM at the corner of Main St. & Viking Dr.
Like salt, we purpose to decelerate the ongoing decay of our civilization by confronting the mass slaughter of children through surgical abortion and abortifacient birth control.
Like light, we purpose to pierce the darkness of this present evil age with God's truth so that lost and hurting souls can find their way home to God's city of peace.
Keep your salt salty and let your light shine.
GriefShare is a seminar and support group for people grieving the death of someone close. GriefShare's DVD seminar series features Christian pastors, counselors and experts on grief's various facets discussing topics from a biblical perspective. Topics include The Journey of Grief, Your Family and Grief, Why?, Stuck in Grief and Heaven.
The video sessions are combined with confidential support group discussion each week and a manual designed for your personal reflection and journaling.
It is led by people who understand that you are going through one of life's most devastating experiences and are here to help you on your journey from mourning to joy. Whether your loss is recent of the pain is still overwhelming long after, you are welcome.
They will be meeting each week until December 13.
LORD'S ACRE CELEBRATION, Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8, 2017 at the BLACK HAWK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, located on Hwy C between Plain & Sauk City. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: SATURDAY: 10:30 am - Bake Sale Begins; 11:00 am - Pork Chop Dinner Serving Begins; 1:00 pm - Lord's Acre Auction; 1:00 pm - Kid's Activities (Basement). SUNDAY: 9:15 AM - Christian Education for All Ages; 10:30 am - Harvest Festival Worship with communion; 11:30 am - Harvest Festival Potluck Meal.
Community & Friends are Welcome!
ITEMS AUCTION COULD INCLUDE: Quilts - Homemade Toys - Firewood - Christmas Crafts - Fall Crafts - Antiques - Canned Goods & Jellies - Ceramics - Handmade Furniture - Fall Produce - Dairy Products - Knit & Crochet Items & So Much More! (Auction Services By: Lyle Wanless)
Glenwood Moravian Community Church, 725 Gilmore St (across the street from Wingra School), Madison, WI is hosting it's 31st Annual German Dinner. Saturday, October 7th, 4:30-7:00 pm. Menu: Sauerbraten, Spaetzel, Red Cabbage Salad, Sauerkraut Salad, Green Beans, Apple Dessert, Rye Bread and Beverage. Live music, bake sale, carry-outs available, call 608-233-8709. Adults: $16, children 12 & under: $5. Please bring a CANNED GOOD to share with our local food pantries.
Good News That Could Change Your Life - Saturday, October 7, 2017, 6:30 PM. $20.00 per person for dinner and program. BRANDON TAYLOR, Channel 27 Wake Up Wisconsin Anchor, will share the good news that dramatically changed his life. Brandon also will take us behind the scenes to reveal the makings of a news broadcast. Where: The Radisson Hotel, 517 Grand Canyon Drive, Madison, WI. Prepaid reservations are appreciated by Saturday, September 30th, 2017. Contact information: Barb and Tom Hoffner, 5425 Trempealeau Tr., Madison, WI 53705. Questions? Call 608-238-7973 or email: email@example.com Affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries. We look forward to seeing you!