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n ministry news : 6 Men Central Christian Academies 688.1161 Central Christian Academy : Grades K-8 : Michael Hunter Headmaster 8 Academies Central Christian Academy Preschool : 2-5 Yrs : Judy Buckert Director 9 Children Joyful Noise Academy Daycare : 18 mos & walking : Pam Harrod Director Central Christian Communications 688.4400 10 Youth Derek Pletcher Communications Director Central Christian Counseling Center 683.4083 11 Sports Tallgrass Executive Suites, 8100 E. 22nd St. N., Bldg. 800, Ste. 100 Aaron Scharenberg LCPC, Counseling Center Executive Director 12 Missions Central Homeschool Family Ministries chfm@ccc.org 14 His Helping Hands Karen Ryan Executive Director | Susan Warner H.S. Director

Barb Marchand 619.4775 We desire to help create caring connections within the church and help others walk through challenging life events.

Kris Sayler Elem. Director

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1441 E. 37th St. N. Paul Dohm HHH Executive Director

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Prayer Ministries 688.4400

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n events : 5 Home of the Brave : Patriotic Celebration : July 1 9 Ooey Gooey : for preschoolers July 26 11 CIY MOVE : July 16–20 18 The WELL Women’s Conference : September 14–15


Summer Time...Time to Grow Happy summer, church family! By this time most of you have transitioned from the busy, structured days of school to the chaotic and still busy days (at least at my house) of summer. For others, it's much like the rest of the year with a little more yard work and a lot more heat!! Recently, we celebrated the special day set aside just for fathers. With that in mind, I would like to take a few moments this month, since there were other announcements last month, to engage with our men and, specifically, with our fathers. First, for men in our congregation who have either seen their sons and daughters grow and leave the home, or for those who haven’t experienced having kids of your own, I would like to challenge you to consider all the spiritually “fatherless” around you. We live in a culture where not only has there been a marked attack against the physical father and his role, but where the number of spiritual fathers seems to be decreasing by the year. We desperately need men who would prayerfully consider stepping into the life of another and help him on his spiritual journey. Whether young, middle-aged, or more seasoned, God has called each of us to be pouring into the lives of others around us. You don’t need to be a seminary graduate or a theology student. You simply need to be willing to take the initiative and share the experiences, knowledge, and maturing process that God has brought you through. This is the best means of discipleship that one can possibly hope for. To have a safe place where you know that you are loved by someone who has God’s best in mind for you. A place where you can share your doubts (yes, we all have them), your fears (those too), and your struggles (yep,

darren mcclintock Lead Pastor

you’re not alone in that either). Growth doesn’t happen by just reading more, going to church, or listening to another sermon, although those things are important. It happens when you take the things of faith into the real world and begin to practice them in view of someone else who can encourage and challenge you. So, men consider this: “Who are you spiritually fathering?” For you dads, I just want to encourage you to use this summer to pour into your kids. Don’t just take them to the ball games or the pool, but take the initiative to teach them to love the Lord their God with all their hearts, souls and strength. As you go about your day and the fun you will have, teach them by showing them that you are putting God first in your life. Take the time to have spiritual conversations about the world around you. Fathers, we have a tremendous responsibility to teach our kids about the most important thing in the world: our LORD! So, this summer dedicate yourselves to read the Word together, talk about Sunday school class after Church, point out the beauty of God’s creation, utilize fantastic resources like The-Ology by Marty Machowski, or commit to watch a Bible Project video twice a week on YouTube with your kids. These are the types of seeds we can plant this summer that will bear fruit the rest of their lives.

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Summer Safety! Safety/Security

BRAD MOSER

On July 4, 1776 the Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress. Since then the Fourth of July has been a federal holiday, allowing us to enjoy time with our families, friends, and neighbors. Common traditions include fireworks, barbeques, picnics, and concerts. To ensure this is a fun, safe, and enjoyable holiday for you and your family, I share these safety tips.

1. If you experience bad weather while grilling, never move the grill indoors (garage included). 2. If you need to get your LP tank filled for the weekend, make sure you transport it in a safe, upright position. Do not leave your filled tank in your vehicle or its trunk, especially if it’s sunny and hot. 3. If the flame goes out, never try to reignite it right away. Turn off the gas, open your grill cover, and let it ventilate. Propane is heavier than air and does not immediately dissipate into the air.  4. If you are spending the holiday with your children around a pool or lake, always keep watch. If multiple adults are present, designate one of them to watch the children for a period of time and then rotate. 5. Don’t rely on fun toys, such as water wings or noodles, to keep your children safe. If your child can’t swim, fit him or her with the appropriate personal floatation device (PFD). 6. Make sure you have plenty of sun screen and aloe lotion with an SPF (sun protection factor) of at least 30. An SPF of 30 blocks 97% of the sun’s rays. It is recommended that sun screen be applied 15 minutes before sun exposure, then every two hours or after swimming or sweating. If you have water-resistant or waterproof sunscreen, it can provide 40-80 minutes of protection while in the water. 7. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration. Sun exposure, caffeine and alcohol can lead to dehydration.

8. Promote fireworks safety with your family and friends. Most of the injuries incurred affect people’s hands and faces. 9. Pay special attention to sparklers, which seem like one of the safest fireworks but burn at a temperature close to 2,000 degrees. If your child drops a sparkler, tell them to leave it on the ground because it is hard to tell which end is safe to pick up. 10. Be respectful of your neighbor’s property and your neighborhood streets. Pick up your firework debris & trash. 11. Protect yourself from tick-borne diseases. We’ve been getting warnings about the increased number of ticks this year. Bathe or shower as soon as possible after being outdoors, especially in wooded areas, and be sure to perform a tick check. Use fine-tuned tweezers to remove ticks immediately. 12. Heading out on the water is a great way to take in the spectacular summer weather and outdoor scenery. Remember to equip your boat with lifejackets in appropriate sizes and types for the intended wearers. Whether you’re celebrating the birth of our nation with barbecues or by camping, follow these simple precautions for a safe holiday. Bring sunscreen, stay hydrated, and be mindful of outdoor creatures. God Bless you all! Have a happy, healthy and safe 4th of July!


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Calling All Men! Men’s Sharpening Groups exist to provide an arena for men to both identify and lock arms with fellow brothers in Christ. As men, we are called to be spiritual leaders, and we need the community of other leaders to spur us on to walk in a manner worthy of our calling. On the first and third Thursday night of every month, we are going to huddle up and band together under the banner of our victorious King Jesus! Groups Pastor :

JEFF LEDERER

this month, we will meet Thursday, July 5 & 19 @ 7pm in the hospitality suite

All men 18 years & older are invited to join us for this breakfast & teaching.

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SATURDAY, JULY 21 @ 7AM IN THE MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM


Men, Cadre is our Summertime study where we watch and discuss messages from the Together for the Gospel conference. Some of today’s best preachers focus us on some of today’s most important topics so that we might grow in our Biblical understanding and our practical application of Teaching Pastor :

DAVID MANN

God’s truth. Entrance to our basement meeting room is by the CCC loading dock on the north side of the building. Hope you can join us!

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Central Christian Academy Now Enrolling for 2018-19 Grades K – 9 Apply Today! ccalions.org

Employment Opportunities 9th Grade Math Teacher Classroom Paraprofessional Contact: Michael Hunter Head of Schools mhunter@ccalions.org

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Awana Registration Aug 4–26

I know it is summer outside, but inside Central Kids we are working on fall! AWANA registration will be August 4–26. Be sure to register your kids during this time, and consider signing yourself up to lead!! Did you know we are one of the largest AWANA groups in Kansas and we always have to close registration down? Please help us stay open for all interested and sign up to be a small group leader. The cost is $40 if you sign up by August 26 (add $10 after August 27). Leaders do have to pay for their kids, but they will have an opportunity to get a book at no cost to themselves so they can memorize verses alongside their small group. It is an outstanding relationship building, memorization program when we have enough committed leaders. Register at ccc.org.

VICKI EJIBE children

Kindergarten Kickoff Wed, Aug 1 • 6–8pm

This FREE event is for kids entering Kindergarten this fall and their families! Come to Central Court and meet Vicki Ejibe (Children’s Ministry Director) and Josh Costello (Lower Elementary Director). There will also be FREE PIZZA! Please register by Noon July 30th at ccc.org or 688-4400.

Promotion Weekend Aug 4–5

Nursery and Preschool Promotion happens on the first weekend of August (August 4–5). We would love for all the parents to accompany their students on July 28–29 so they can see what their kids have been up to before they move to the next level. This would be a fabulous time to sign up to be part of the wonderful things happening in our youngest Christ–seekers.

Share the Love

Please take time to encourage the staff and volunteers serving with your children. They go above and beyond to provide each one a loving and kind experience intended to leave them hungering for more of Jesus. If you would like to join those who reap the reward of a child’s pure love, join us!

Calendar July 26 ”Ooey Gooey” Summer Fun & Sun for Preschoolers 10am–Noon Pavilion July 28–29 Parents of Nursery & Preschool can come to class with your kids August 1 Kindergarten Kick-off 6-8pm Central Court August 4–5 Promotion Weekend for Nursery & Preschool August 4–26 AWANA Registration

For information on volunteering with Central Kids, please go to www.ccc.org

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CIY “MOVE” SUMMER CAMP

TINA NICKEL

CIY Move is an awesome 5-day summer gathering for high school students. The camp is designed to amplify the call of Christ on students’ lives to become “kingdom workers”. Located on the John Brown University

get in on the action this summeR!

There’s still time to sign up for these camps:

campus in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, MOVE will provide an unforgettable experience where students will be challenged through interactive worship sets, preaching, small group discussions, sports, games, fun, and community building. Students at MOVE not only learn and worship together — they spend time with their own church youth groups, discovering ways that God will use them to impact the world for His glory! Registration Deadline: July 9. Register online now! Questions? Email Michelle Lamson lamsonm@ccc.org

Dodgeball Camp July 9–12 Ages 6–17 Instructor: Dave Yordy Cost: $40

Triple Threat Select Basketball Camp July 18–19 Grades 5–12 Instructor: Matt Swank Cost: $70


Dr. Paul Goddard Missions Pastor

MUSTARD-SEED NETWORK

PLANTING GOSPEL–CENTERED “The most effective way to transform a culture is to win as many people as possible to Christ, and make the most radical disciples out of them as possible.” John Piper A decade or so ago several students at Ozark Christian College (OCC) were prompted by the Holy Spirit to pray for and learn about one of the largest “Unreached People Groups” on the planet, the Japanese. A couple of them subsequently followed their Lord by moving to Japan in order to evangelize and plant churches. As you might imagine, this is not an easy task; there are significant language, environmental, cultural, and even economic barriers to overcome.

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why Japan? | The Japanese are the second largest unreached people group. | Japan is less than 1% Christian. (Less than .5% evangelical.) | There is only 1 church for every 16,700 people (In the USA, there is 1 for every 800 people.) | 60% of churches consist of 15 members or less. | Missionaries to Japan have decreased by 34% in last 20 years. | Population in Japan is 126 million. More than 50% live in three major metropolitan areas: Tokyo, Osaka, & Nagoya. Most people in Japan have never been to church, never read the Bible, and have no Christian friends. It is estimated that 95% of Japanese have never even heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

イエス THE JAPANESE WORD FOR YESU (JESUS).


CHURCHES IN URBAN JAPAN Mustard–Seed Network

A Growing Church

In 8 years since these OCC students relocated, four Christian Churches have been planted in the major urban centers of Japan. In addition, a new umbrella ministry was formed to support the existing churches and to promote new church plants, “The Mustard-Seed Network.” Our church currently supports two missionaries serving in Japan with this ministry, Ethan & Audrey Greer and Seth & Megan Philip. The newest church is located in Kobe and was planted in 2017.

In a recent newsletter, Pastor Ethan Greer wrote: “Since Easter, attendance at the Kobe church has been over 50. This is an exciting development after only a year and a half of worship services. We are grateful for God’s work through this church plant as we seek to proclaim the Gospel to as many as possible and to make as many disciples as possible.”

Please pray for the Greer (left) and the Philip (right) families. Living in Japan, especially with a family, is both expensive and difficult culturally. Let’s ask our gracious Lord to use these small “seeds” of the Gospel to bring about an abundant harvest for His Kingdom!

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Fresh Hope & Dresshis helping hands

: PAUL DOHM

ytd statistics thru 5.5.18 his helping hands

is a ministry of Central Christian Church which helps people in need of food, clothing, household items and automobiles. At the time of distribution, we share the love of Christ with each individual.

If you’ve been watching the construction progress on the His Helping Hands (HHH) campus, you know that our newest building is finally up! A big thank-you goes out to Jim Snodgrass for his assistance in making this dream a reality! Jim is a master at obtaining donations of materials and labor from various businesses in our community. In addition, Jim and his construction team spent many long hours working on the building. The majority of the funding for this project has been provided by another faithful HHH donor, Irma Jacoby. Thank you, Irma, for your tremendous generosity! The new building will house our wonderful Fresh Hope Program. It will provide much-needed additional space, including a larger conference room for the life-skill seminars and a much bigger area in which to care for the children of the women in attendance. An outside children’s playground is currently in the planning stages. The Fresh Hope Program is beginning its sixth year of ministry. During the previous five years, over 600 single moms have graduated from the program. During their time in the program, the single moms receive help with their educational

36,573 78 household 16,936 vehicles/computers 11/4 clothing 176,020 volunteer hours 28,742 people served people saved

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empowers women to rise from a lifestyle of poverty. If you would like to make a donation or donate your time to assist with these vital ministries, please call 838-8528. total graduations

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Our highly successful Fresh Hope Program will move into the newly HHH campus (shown above). right: The Dress-A-Girl ministry will join us building previously occupied by Fresh Hope (shown to the left of the new


-a-Girl Ministries goals, they are provided resources to obtain new or better jobs, they have a personal mentor assigned to them and they have the opportunity to attend life-skill seminars such as budgeting and setting healthy boundaries. The good news is that 80% of the Fresh Hope graduates are now self-sustaining! The Fresh Hope motto is: “From poverty to purpose, from entitlement to enablement…Empowering one woman at a time, through Christ”. Once the Fresh Hope Program is fully settled into this new building, another ministry will move into the building that they previously occupied. The Dress-A-Girl Ministry met for many years at the home of Bob and Donna Waterson until they sold their house last year. Since then, the women have diligently continued the ministry by toting their sewing machines each month to a small meeting room at Central Christian Church. We are excited to welcome this ministry to the HHH campus where they will have the room they need to sew dresses and pant outfits for boys and girls all over the world! Thank you for your continued support of His Helping Hands and the Fresh Hope Program. Please pray for us as we continue meeting the needs of many families in our community!

God brings death and God brings life, brings down to the grave and raises up. God brings poverty and God brings wealth; He lowers, He also lifts up. He puts poor people on their feet again; He rekindles burned-out lives with fresh

constructed building on the on campus, moving into the building).

hope, restoring dignity and respect to their lives…”

I Samuel 2:6-8 (msg).


Perfectionism

Are You Aware of Your Expectations? Struggling with perfectionism myself, I’m learning that my expectations have been far too high for myself and others. It is humbling to be around my husband who is so good at reminding me that everyone messes up and makes mistakes. He reminds me to receive God’s grace. I have to remember that I need to see others through God’s grace, as well. We can be so quick to judge others and ourselves. We can be hard on ourselves and/or hard on others. That is why I believe being aware of our expectations is an important step in maturity. The dictionary defines expectation as: “A strong belief that something will happen or be the case in the future” and “a belief that someone will or should achieve something.” Sarah Young’s devotional book, Jesus Calling, July 26 states, “Relax and let me lead you through this day, I have everything under control,


My control. You tend to peer anxiously into the day that is before you, trying to figure out what to do and when. Meanwhile, the phone or the doorbell rings and you have to reshuffle your plans. All that planning ties you up in knots and distracts you from Me. Attentiveness to Me is not only for your quiet time, but for all your time. As you look to Me, I show you what to do now and next. Vast quantities of time and energy are wasted in obsessive planning. When you let Me direct your steps, you are set free to enjoy Me and to find what I have prepared this day.”

In closing, another lesson that has been helpful to me is taking time to listen to God. Our Life Group is reading a book by Bill Hybels called, The Power of a Whisper, Hearing God, Having the Guts to Respond. It is teaching us that in our time with the Lord to also take time to journal and just listen God—what He wants to say to us or impress on our hearts. The more we listen to God and rely on Him, the more we experience the freedom in Christ that He died for us to have.

Psalm 32:8 states, “I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go. I will counsel you and watch over you.” Psalm 119:35 states, “Direct me in the path of Your commands, for there I find delight.” Psalm 143:8 states, “Let the morning bring me word of Your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in You. Show me the way I should go, for to You I lift up my soul.” It seems we obsessively plan our lives wanting to control. When we learn to release that control and ask for God’s help more, we can realize the freedom that God has and His ways are higher and greater than ours. Practically, my goal is to start my morning off with devotions, prayer and reading the Bible. In prayer I ask for God’s help with my day, as I cannot do any of it without Him. It is amazing how my day will go taking the pressure off of me and my expectations.

Direct me in the path of your commands, for there I find delight. Psalm 119:35

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our leadership board of elders Jim Andrew Chairman Mitch Herren Vice Chairman Gary Stamps Secretary Richard Ochs Treasurer Bill Blasing Steve Brunk Jason Buckingham Tom Butz Myron Smith

pastors Darren McClintock Lead Peter Abood Choir/Worship Tom Black Administrative Steve Brummer Praise Band/Worship Dr. Paul Goddard Missions Ross Lamp Benevolence Jeff Lederer Groups Roger London Care David Mann Teaching Edwin Ojedis Hispanic Michael Thorne Senior Adults

Please join us in serving the poor and homeless

Saturday, July 28 11:30am–1:00pm RiverWalk Church of Christ, 225 N. Waco

staff Aaron Beck Special Needs Gene Blythe Maintenance/Custodial Tori Dahilig Youth Paul Dohm His Helping Hands Lynn Eby Women Vicki Ejibe Children Paco Gonzales Facilities Kelly Guthrie Contributions Jeff Huhman Creative Arts/Technical Tracey Hunt Early Childhood Cheryl Hurley Guest Services Heidi Johnson Web / Graphics Design Jason Krieger Students Barb Marchand Executive Administration Brad Moser Safety/Security Tina Nickel Upper Elementary/Sports & Rec Derek Pletcher Communications Eddie Rivera Information Systems Janet Rochat Finance Aaron Scharenberg Counseling Center Debra Smith Graphics Design Jennifer Torres Payroll/Human Resources

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Women’s Conference SAVE THE DATE September 14 & 15, 2018 More Details to Come.

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our church family Comforting those whose loved ones have passed on Carla Harshbarger on the passing of her father Jason & Mallory Krieger & Family on the passing of Mallory’s uncle Bob & Nancy Rozzelle on the passing of Nancy’s sister Michael & Gloria Thorne on the passing of Gloria’s father Ron & Brenda Vague on the passing of both of their mothers Julia Vanley on the passing of her brother Bill & Karen Wilson on the passing of Karen’s father Celebrating the baptisms into new life in Christ Ralph Conrad • Jesiah Gooch • Paco Gonzalez • Ashlyn Hornbaker Will Kirkwood • Micah Krumme • Rhian Sokolski Welcoming those who have joined us in membership Kristin Deckert • Ben Gartner • Amanda Gartner • Jasmine Jackson Lori Jorgensen • Roger Miller • C J Moore • Majada Roland Matt Roland • Joseph Rood

financial stats Attendance: (Casa de Luz / Web Audience) ”...and the people came...” (acts 2:46-47) May 19–20............................................................2,108 (84 / 218) May 26–27............................................................1,929 (68 / 185) June 3 (One Service)................................................1,878 (0 / 189) Central Christian has added 55 new members so far in 2018. General Budget: (Donated Income) ”...and the people gave...” (malachi 3:10-12; ii corinthians 9:6-15) May 19–20.................................................................... $70,032.64 May 26–27.................................................................... $83,011.39 June 3...........................................................................$102,326.86 His Helping Hands: ”...they gave to anyone as he had need.” (acts 2:45) May 19–20...................................................................... $4,794.62 May 26–27...................................................................... $1,558.00 June 3............................................................................... $1,307.50

We Care... Hospital, Homebound & Care Facility Ministries Barb Marchand 619.4775; marchandb@ccc.org Please keep us apprised of those who would like to be visited and/or brought communion while in the hospital or a care facility. Also, if you know of a Central member who is critically ill, homebound, in the hospital or a care facility, please let us know.

Change for change. Round up your spare change and help change lives with the love of Christ! If every giving family in our church were to round-up to the next dollar every time they swiped their cards, the result would be a $300,000 impact to help the church change lives in the name of Christ! See how at ccc.org/loosechange


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