WHAT WORKS FOR ME… in Having Fun With My Family

  • Cleveland Hobdy III, Love of Life District (Federal Way, WA) “When we couldn’t find time or money for a vacation we had a “camping trip” in our own back yard! When we can afford a vacation we like to go sightseeing together. Sometimes we have a Family Olympics with a 3-legged race, ring toss, badminton, and other games like that. [Cleveland and his wife, Judith, have two daughters ages 13 & 8 and a son age 10.] Contact him at LOLfellowship@aol.com

  • Kevin Rogers, Mt. Tahoma District (Tacoma, WA) “We like to get a membership at the YMCA where there are lots of activities. We also enjoy trips to the mountains or ocean. Other favorite times together are Family Night where we will play games or watch videos together.” [Kevin and his wife, Mernetha, have two sons ages 8 & 5.] Contact him at rogerske@juno.com


  • As we send this out we are grieving the loss of four church leaders and a pilot from the Georgia-Cumberland Conference. (More information and links at http://www.adventistreview.org/2004-1549/news.html.) As pastors we have had to deal with tragedies often, to find ways to comfort those who are grieving. So, for our next issue we thought it would be appropriate to have…
  • Next issue’s topic is… “What works for me… in Helping Those Who Are Grieving” E-mail your 1-3 paragraph idea on the current topic, along with your name, place & position of ministry, e-mail address and picture attached if possible to Annette.Koelsch@nw.npuc.org. The deadline for ideas on this topic is DECEMBER 20. We won’t be able to acknowledge or use every idea but we want to share some of the most powerful, practical and usable ones as space allows. A small $ thank you will be sent to those whose ideas are included in the e-newsletter.

About danserns

Happily married and father of three great kids. Seventh-day Adventist pastor who invites everyone to accept Jesus as their Savior and Lord, embrace all the teachings of the Bible and join a vibrant Adventist group.
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