April 11 "The World is within Reach"
Songs to Inspire
Equipping People to Reach Their Nations
Global Disciples trains leaders living near least reached communities to multiply disciples.
In November 1995, leaders from several discipleship and mission training programs met for a day of prayer and fasting. Drawn together by a common mission, each also shared a common desire: to respond to the need expressed by clusters of churches worldwide to provide discipleship-missions training for their own young people. God birthed Global Disciples and the initial training model known as Global Discipleship Training (GDT). Since then, Global Disciples has added training for trainers in small business development (SBD) and leadership development (LEAD).
Today, Global Disciples has grown to serve in partnership with over 928 church organizations, fellowships, or denominations in 46 countries, providing training which enables them to equip and send out their own mission workers to multiply Christ-like believers and plant new, locally-sustainable fellowships and churches. The global nature of our ministry is also reflected in the 31 nationalities represented in our facilitators, trainers, and support staff.
Match Fund: any gift of $1,000 or more before June 30th is matched! $2.2 million match this year.
Financial Projects to consider: If you or your church family are interested in a region, you can invest in Africa, Asia or Latin American. Non-designated funds are best as they can be used as the Lord leads.
To learn and meet some of the Global Disciples’ staff:
You are invited to breakfast! (free of charge)
Friday morning (April 16) 6:30 – 8:00 AM at Lucille’s Road House 1301 N. Airport Road, Weatherford, OK
Saturday morning (April 17) 8:00 AM at Corn Cafe in Corn, OK
If lunch works better for you, plan to attend the soup luncheon at Pleasant View Mennonite Church on Sunday, April 18 from 12:00 to 1:30 PM. Eat in, drive thru or take out available. The luncheon will include a choice of homemade green bean, chicken noodle or vegetable soup, homemade bread (courtesy of Betty Peachy) and a homemade cobbler for dessert.
From more information contact: Dale Beerwinkle (580) 774-4411 or Carolene Jackson (580) 302-1622
In the bulletin this week...
April 18, 2021
Attendance last Sunday 139
Call to Worship: Delvin Mast
“Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty” MH #5
“Lord, I Am Fondly, Earnestly” MH #585
Scripture: Psalm 92 Read by the Matt Jackson Family
Songs of Praise
Sermon: “The World is within Reach” Jerry Meadows, Global Disciples
“Spirit of God”
~Soup Lunch Everyone is invited to the soup lunch following the morning service. You may dine in, carry out, or drive through by calling 405-663-2301. Donations will be received for Global Disciples Ministries.
~6:00 pm The elders feel they are nearing the end of a time of listening regarding their recommendation of Hein Cilliers for membership. They will be available to hear any final thoughts from members this evening, in the fellowship hall, starting at 6.
For the Ladies Ladies, are you interested in joining our “blessing plate” ministry? By signing your name on the list, provided in the foyer, you are agreeing to make/bake something special for one of the ladies on the list. Mark your name off the list only when you RECEIVE the plate, then choose any name on it and bless them the following week , trying to be anonymous as possible. Have fun blessing others!
MCC dignity kit informational webinar, April 20 at 7 p.m. Yes, MCC has a new kit that has been in development for years and now we’re ready to teach you how to help us bring dignity to young women around the world! The dignity kit includes hygiene items. Join Kate Mast for this webinar to learn about the kit and how to sew the base units for the reusable system. Email email@example.com for the Zoom link.
South Central Mennonite Conference
~One more Delegate Needed. PVMC can send up to six delegates to SCMC’s annual gathering July 23-25 at Whitestone Mennonite Church in Hesston, KS. The elders have already appointed Delvin & Anita Mast, Daryl Mast, Travis Chupp, and Tonia Martin as delegates and would like to appoint one more member. This year’s annual gathering has a virtual option for those unable to attend in person. If you are available to serve as a delegate, please contact Pastor Jeff or one of the elders.
~Please plan to join the SCMC Annual Assembly online or in person at Whitestone Church, July 23-25. The weekend will be centered on the theme “Formed to be Sent” and we will study Isaiah 6: 1-8, led by pastors & speakers from within the SCMC congregations. Register & find more information at sccmenno.org/annual-assembly. Everyone is encouraged and invited to attend the assembly worship and delegate sessions.
Card shower for Vernon Slagle: On April 29th, Vernon will celebrate his 99th birthday. He would enjoy receiving cards from you wishing him a “happy birthday”! Roberta
Volunteers for Nursery. CEC is looking for volunteers to be in the nursery during Sunday morning worship. If you are willing to be a part of the rotation, please let a CEC member know or sign up on the sheet located on the credenza in the foyer. We need your help in order to provide this service to parents with young children.
Active Membership List Update. Thank you to everyone who has indicated a desire to be a part of PVMC. The elders will begin following up with non-members who want to be a part of PVMC, as well as past members who have not yet signed up.
Today April 18, 2021
9:30 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship Service (also livestreaming on pvmcok.org)
Nursery ~Parents are responsible for supervising their children.
12:00-1:30 p.m. Soup Luncheon (Dine in, Carry out, Drive thru) (Donations will be accepted for Global Disciples)
This week April 19-April 24
Wed 7:30 pm Elder’s meeting
Sat Weatherford First Baptist ladies
Next Sunday ~April 25, 2021
9:30 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship Service (will stream live on pvmcok.org)
May 2 OK MDS unit meeting at PVMC at 2 pm
July 12-15 VBS (Vacation Bible School)
July 23-25 South Central Conference in Hesston
Graduates from PV
May 14 Summer Miller Thomas/Fay/Custer
May 15 Kayla Stutzman Weatherford
May 21 Rachel Barry Hydro-Eakly
May 1 Hannah Detweiler SWOSU
May 7 Lauren Slagell Oklahoma Christian
For our church family
- That the community may see Christ’s joy in us
- Those who are journeying through losses, hardships, and sickness.
- Edwin/Melissa Detweiler family; John
- Reggie/Angel Miller family ~Transitioning to OK from Guatemala in June
- Health Concerns
- Roy Martin in hospital and Carol ~Kevin Martin’s parents
- Richard Waters
- Dorothy Slagell
- Keith Miller ~strength and speech
- Norma Shantz
- Mim Mast
- Beulah Switzer ~Residing at Maple Lawn Manor
- Pastor Jeff /Dana & family
- Elders & families
- Schools & colleges wrapping up the year
In our community
- Unity among believers
- South Central Mennonite Conference leadership
- Our local, state, and national leaders
- US Senators James Inhofe and James Lankford
- US Representative Frank Lucas.
- OK Senator Darcy Jech
- OK Representative Anthony Moore
- Health concerns
- Tony Graham (friend of Mike & Loretta Propps)
- Dixie Yoder
- Buffie Exinia
- John Kliewer continued healing and strength
- Kristi Frymire Spaeth
- Janet Kauffman (Sister of Warren and Michael Slagell)
- Local Ministries: Etc Shop, Habitat for Humanity, Hope is Alive, Weatherford Food & Resource Center, Arapaho Jail ministry, Agape Health Clinic, 1st Choice Pregnancy Center, Branch 15
Around the world
~Serving in the US.
- Corey/Brooke Makeever -STUMO
- Oklahoma MDS
~Serving other countries.
- Reggie/Angel Miller and family
- Rolly/Robyn Walter and family
- Kiran Paul & Lakshmi
- Global Disciples
Come & Join Us
9:30 AM Sunday school for all ages
10:30 AM Worship (online or in person)
WEDNESDAY (Restarts in the Fall)
5:45 PM Meal ($2 suggested donation per plate)
6:30 PM Classes and activities for all ages.