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Dispatches from the Home Front – May 13, 2020


 

 

 

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May 13 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dispatches from the Home Front

 

 

 

  A number of you have written notes to the church, letting us know what you’ve been up to, thought’s you’ve had, images of hope.  Let’s launch a weekly update of our lives and activities called, “Dispatches from the Home Front.”  Have you chosen a project in “Pastor Paul’s Project Project?”  Let us know!  Did you take a beautiful photo of nature?  Share it!  Do you have good news to share, post it!  Send a note to info@newsonganthem.org and we will compile all your notes into “Dispatches from the Home Front.”  Feel free to post photos to #newsonganthem on Instagram, too!

 

 

 

 

Greetings from the Millers (R.J., Jenna, Luke, and Logan)

We are surviving at home as the school year winds down. The Millers with the help of Jenna’s parents (Bev and Chuck Titkemeier) have been homeschooling Luke and Logan while still trying to keep up with our job duties as CCSD educators.

A few weeks ago, we completed a beard growing contest for charity with some of our friends and family including our very own Gershon Gordon. We raised over $500 for local food banks in 4 different states.

We have been enjoying family time and handling quarantine birthdays for Logan and Bev. The newest addition to our family is our Jeep Gladiator. Jenna is embracing the “Jeep Hair Don’t Care” lifestyle. We are wishing our New Song family continued health and safety and we can’t wait to see your smiling faces as soon as we can. #stayhomefornevada

God Bless
-R.J. Miller

 

 

 

 

Joyce Block Zentangle Class Number 3
 

Materials needed: 3 1/2 inch square of card stock, black pen, pencil, tortillon or a small cotton swab

Click here for Zentangle Class Number 1
Click here for Zentangle Class Number 2

 

 

 

 

Wendell Olson and Jan Sabol-Olson’s Garden 🙂

 

 

 

 

Microwave update from Barbara Sharp

 

 

 

The repair man came and quickly declared the microwave dead with no hope of resurrection.  Miracle of miracles, he didn’t charge us anything for the service call!  Since it’s a built-in, it’s too complicated to replace it at this time so we ran out and bought a counter-top model at Target for less than the service call would have been!  Now we’re cooking!

 

 

 

Tuesday Evening’s Sunset Service courtesy of Michelle Gab

 

Hi, Friends!  It’s Pastor Paul!

I’d like to invite you to participate in Pastor Paul’s Project Project!  What is Pastor Paul’s Project Project, you ask?

I’ll tell you!  Since the statewide order to stay-at-home was issued, I’ve been thinking what a great time to complete a project!  What if each of us chose a project of any kind and worked on it this month?  And, we can share our project with one another and help keep ourselves on task!  When we finally get to return to church, we can share the results of our projects!  Are you in?  Here’s how it’ll work:

 

  1. Choose a project.  Examples:
    1. Fix something at home.
    2. Reorganize your home.
    3. Read a book, or Read a book of the Bible.
    4. Write a book (that’s my project).
    5. Clean the backyard.
    6. Send notes of thanks to health care workers
    7. Make masks for people in the community.
    8. Whatever your heart is suggesting.
  2. Post your project by:
    1. Email Jackie to publish in the half note.
    2. Post a photo on Instagram and #newsonganthem
    3. Post on facebook.
    4. Email pastorpaul@newsonganthem.org
    5. Tell a friend!
  3. Share progress reports if you’d like.
  4. As you complete your project, take a picture and we can celebrate the project together!

Let’s have fun and see what kind of projects we can come up with!

Mine:
I’ve been trying to write a book for a couple years, and my goal is to complete 1-2 chapters by the end of April.

Projects that reflect Jesus’ command to love God and love your neighbor as yourself are extra special good projects!

If you have a question, or want to brainstorm, feel free to call me at the office, 702-492-1771

God is good!  All the time!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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