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Holy Spirit Series

Several have requested the notes from our recent series which is a quick overview of the Third Person of the Trinity, The Holy Spirit.

Here is a zip file you can download all 9 lessons at once. To open it double-click and extract the files you your hard drive. The files are in .PDF format so you use Adobe Reader or other software to open them. Most computers will open the file with a double click.  The Holy Spirit     3.5MB so will take a few seconds to download.

Or individual files are here:

The Holy Spirit 1

The Holy Spirit 2

The Holy Spirit 3

The Holy Spirit 4

The Holy Spirit 5

The Holy Spirit 6

The Holy Spirit 7

The Holy Spirit 8

The Holy Spirit 9

Invitation to QUEST services

Here’s the audio of Sunday Sermon invitation to Quest

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1 Quest Teaser Audio

Here’s a bit of a tease to come hear my sermon at Pine Castle UMC in Orlando this Sunday 2 Sept 2012.  I want to invite you to join us on a Quest for spiritual maturity on Wednesday nights starting 12 September 2012.

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Blessings in HIM,

Kelly

Vineyard Sunday School — Handling Offenses the Bible Way Series

Conflict and offenses are coming. Jesus told us so! We need to handle them the way the Bible teaches to avoid being trapped by the enemy and stumbling off the path Jesus called us to walk.

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Vineyard Sunday School — Joy Robber Series

Don’t let the enemy steal your joy! The joy of the Lord is our strength!

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4 Happy Mother’s Day

Hi Mom’s! We made some special videos down by the lake. Thought you’d enjoy our novice video work and since we couldn’t be there with you, this is better than just a phone call! Love lots! Click the links below and see our messages to you! Be sure and check out our video tour of the park too!

JEAN McCLELLAND’s Video Card

 

LOU HARMON’s Video Card

 

Lake Fredrica Park Tour VIDEO

 

Vineyard Sunday School Class–Fruit of the Spirit

I had some technical problems with the recording for lesson 7 but when time allows I hope to re-teach it and include it with this series.

Here are lessons 8, 9, 10 and 12   Hope you enjoy them!

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1 Vineyard Sunday School Class Fruit of the Spirit #6

Here is the next installment in our series… from 19 September 2010

The file is large so it may take a minute to get going. Patience is one of the fruits, right?

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6 Vineyard Sunday School Class Lesson

For the past few weeks, I have been teaching the Pine Castle UMC Vineyard Sunday School class on the Fruit of the Spirit and the Life in the Spirit. Some of the members asked if we could record the class. Here is my first attempt at posting the lesson. Just click on the link below and you should be able to hear the lesson!

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2 It was an International Experience

How do you transform a gymnasium into an International Market Place?

Is it even possible? Why would you want to? They say, ‘a picture is worth a thousand words,’ so I will show you with a few photos, “how” we did just that. And the “why”? It was our church’s (Pine Castle United Methodist Church) annual mission’s weekend called GIC or Global Impact Celebration. Kelly and I co-chaired the event with our Missions Pastor and many, many other volunteers.

Friday night was to be a world affair banquette with the movie “Peace Child,” and Sunday would feature our guest speaker, missionary and author – Don Richardson, followed by an Expo display of the missionaries and outreach ministries which our church supports.

First the expo draping went up to help disguise and soften the gymnasium walls. Tables were skirted in preparation for the Sunday Expo and stored to be used on Sunday. (Thanks Jeff for providing these for us!)

Backdrops from the Children’s department added color and definition to our ‘international’ theme. (Lee holds the ladder for Stephaney.)

Round tables were decorated (by a small army) for the banquet (thanks to Eleanor and her team). We were going for a South American ‘fiesta’ look with bright colors that popped, and colorful helium balloons to fill the dead space above the tables.

The perimeter of the gym would feature the International Market Place, displaying cultural artifacts and trinkets from around the world. Here Connie and Jeanette discuss how the Africa market will look.

An African ‘Safari’ look was the finished product (thanks Jeanette).

From Africa we transition into South America. Bright, happy and fun colors draws one into this village scene that could easily be Mexico or even Guatemala.

South America came alive thanks to Kim, Sondra & their team.

Next, we move into our Asian market (above and below photos).

This area included , China, Thailand, Myanmar and the country near and dear to my heart, Indonesia (two photos above), and the Marshal Islands & Japan (as seen below)

The Island Nations (above)

Stephaney and I are smiling because the work is done and we still have a half hour to change our clothes before the banquet starts.

Now, just add ‘people’, and let the festivities  begin.

Volunteers like Marilyn and Liz served close to 200 people.

Our school chef, Patrick (in the black hat), outdid himself with an international meal that was amazing…from the pita bread & hummus to the couscous and adobo chicken with rice and more.

With the tables cleared, it’s now time to “let the program begin”. Kelly was the MC and the program began with a dramatic video of “Peace Child.”

It’s Don Richardson’s story of a primitive tribe of cannibals in Irian Jaya (Papua, Indonesia). The Sawi people honored & practiced treachery and betrayal and thus in the Gospel story (to Don’s dismay), chose Judas over Jesus as a hero. But hidden within their cultural, Don found a practice that would point them back to Jesus. It was the tradition of a ‘Peace Child.” When the chief’s only infant son was exchanged with the warring tribe for peace, Don was able to point them to Jesus, the perfect Peace Child. (Link to YouTube clip of Peace Child)

On Sunday, the round tables are replaced with the expo tables holding the displays put up by our missionaries. The missionaries line up in front of their tables waiting for the church members to enter.

Church members use their passports (found in their bulletin) to enter the expo and participate in the prize drawing later. They fill the aisles as they talk to the 40 some ministries attending and supported by PCUMC.

Some of our missionaries were unable to attend so church members volunteered to “represent” that person and share their ministry with others. Here, Jo shares with this couple about Suzanne’s work in Africa.

Our Guest Speaker, Don Richardson and his wife Carol join us at the Expo with their book table. (Books by Don Richardson: Eternity in Their Hearts, Peace Child, Lords of the Earth, Secrets of the Koran, Acting Without Agony and Unhidden)

And finally, a photo of Kelly standing in front of our Expo table, sharing about our ministry with fellow church member, Armand. (Kelly is wearing his Indonesian batik shirt and a black felt cap, or peci, as the Indonesians call it.)

Mission Accomplished

One of our goals was to create an atmosphere that would help make missions more touchable for the people.  The encouraging part was the great turn out of volunteers helping bring it all together.  It was a lot of work, but it was all worth it. It was a fun time for all.

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