April 2008 Newsletter
Sunday Church Services
10 am Adult Class – Church Service 11 am
Healing Work or Private Counseling available after any Sunday Church Service by an attending Minister.
Please call Linda Anderson for further information, to make any changes, or to add your name to schedule
All prayer requests are shared with the congregation on each Sunday morning at Sunset Church. The request is added to a prayer list and is remembered each week until the issue is resolved. Prayer requests received via e-mail are forwarded to the e-mail list as well
Please pray for one another, that we may all be lifted up.
If you have a prayer concern, please call any Board member or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
Kevin Phillips is our facilitator for the DNA Activation workshop, April 26-27 . We are blessed to have Kevin and his willingness to share his knowledge to assist us all in our search for enlightenment. The workshop, cabins, and meals are being offered for a free will donation. We hope you will be able to attend and give as you are able. Please contact Linda Anderson to reserve a cabin, and to assist us in meal planning. The workshop will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday morning, April 26.
The Emperor’s New Clothes: DNA Activation – Fact or Fiction
What is all the talk concerning re-awakening about? This presentation discusses the relationship of physical and spiritual DNA. Where physical DNA is the language of life, spiritual DNA is the language of Light. The presentation reveals and discusses the natural aspect of DNA; the spiritual aspects of DNA; and DNA activation. The topic will be examined both from the lens of science and the lens of spirituality.
DNA re-awakening is a spiritual process. DNA activation links energetically one’s physical system (intra-cellular) to the higher system of Spirit. DNA activation is said to create a higher light body which brings into the physical the evolution of your spirit. Session culminates with a meditation awakening your ten dormant energetic strands of DNA.
June 14 – 29 MARK YOUR CALENDAR AND PLAN TO ATTEND!
Camp Books will be going to the printer within the next week or so. Camp Book Sponsors help defray the expense of printing and mailing. If you would like to be listed as a Sponsor, please send your donation of any amount to Sunset Church, 103 Hanes, Wells, KS, 67467 immediately. If you have a business you would like to advertise by placing an ad in the Camp Book, please contact Linda Anderson by phone or email listed above. This year we are also offering the option for ads which will remain on our website, as well as link to your business website.
Youth Day will be on Tuesday, June 17. Jami Grosser will be facilitating this special day. She is the Resource Center Assistant Director at the University of California, Riverside. We’re excited to have Jami here for this event! Youth Day will offer special classes and activities for those 12 to 24 years of age. If you know of any young people who would be interested in attending or assisting in the planning, contact Debbie Grosser by phone or email listed above.
Volunteers are always needed and help tremendously to make Camp run smoothly. Please let us know if you are willing to share a few hours of your time.
Camp will be here soon! We are excited!!!!
Keeping Up With the Board – from President Karen Lyons
What a week!! As you know if you’re watching your email, we got rained out last weekend and didn’t get the sheetrock up in the new cabin and cabin 11. I talked to Ron Glasgow on the phone and knew that he was concerned because the weather hasn’t been particularly cooperative all winter. I told Ron not to worry, we would get it done. As I watched the weather reports, it appeared the weather was going to continue the trend of being nice during the week and nasty on the weekends. Monday I called Ron and told him that Linda and I would take off work on Thursday and do the carrying and lifting if he would do the measuring and the others could screw it on. So we made our plans. Wednesday evening Linda and I went to Lindsborg after work and celebrated the big 77 with Rev Evadne Tuxhorn along with several others. After a fun evening visiting and a circle, Linda and I drove on up to camp for the night. At 6:20 AM I heard a rapping on the door of the cabin. I don’t know what I was expecting, but it was only Sandy Pohl. Sandy came to tell me that an ambulance was on the way to Whitley’s. Javene had fallen. I hurried over and was met at the door by Leo. Leo said that Javene had gotten up to go to the bathroom and fallen. Leo had left one hearing aid in and was able to hear her call out. When Leo got up and got his leg on, he wasn’t able to get Javene up onto hers. Of course Leo and Eugene went with Javene after apologizing for not being able to do their part on the cabins. In the meantime, Linda and I got up and dressed. LeRoy Windhorst showed up right on time. Aaron Pohl came wandering in along with Jeff Bednarz. Ron and LeRoy had enlisted Jeff to help. The last to arrive was Ron. A little late with a smile that brought tears to my eyes. Naturally we told the dramatic story of the fall of Javene several times, got coffee then set about our work. Javene was on everyone’s mind as we measured, cut, carried and screwed each piece into place. Before too long we got a relieved call from Leo. Javene had broken her hip and was going to Salina for surgery. We each said a prayer and kept on working. We encountered a few little snags, but for the most part it went like clock work. Aaron got her hands on a drill and helped Jeff screw every last sheet into place right up until we finished at about 10:00 PM. During the supper break, Nick and Sandy brought us an update. Javene came through surgery very well and was able to keep her own socket, but the ball could not be saved. Now Javene has a new knee and a new hip. Debbie Grosser thinks Javene is bionic. I think I agree.
I hope the next time you see LeRoy, Ron, Aaron, and Jeff you will remember to thank them for their labors of love. That was the last project LeRoy will complete as an 87 year old. LeRoy’s birthday is March 22nd. I think Ron Glasgow’s smile will bring tears to my eyes forevermore. Ron wasn’t sure he would be able to continue as the Project Supervisor after his heart attack. That man has a great love for his Church, a heart of gold, and a wife who supports him and his dreams. Ron and Marge are an example to all of us. I love them very much and pray that I can be a credit to their efforts to serve as mentors of generosity.
I know I’m going a little long this month, but I do want to talk about Camp. The Camp Committee is putting the final touches on their schedule and I think you will be pleased. The schedule will change a little and give us a little more flexibility and a greater opportunity to be a bit more spontaneous. I don’t have to remind anyone that we are facing some difficult economic times. The Board of Trustees has discussed the effect the economy will doubtless have on Camp. The Board has made two decisions that they hope will enable all of you to enjoy Camp regardless of your circumstances. There will be NO price increases. All prices will remain the same. The middle Saturday, June 21st, all the workers will participate in mini readings similar to those available at psychic fairs. We are doing this for two reasons. You will have an opportunity to select a reader for a full reading after an opportunity to taste their wares, so to speak. If you cannot afford a full reading, or would like to have a sample from several readers as well as a full reading, we hope this will give you an affordable option. Be sure and read your Camp Book for all the details concerning the 21st, Youth Day, and all the classes and special programs that will be offered. I’m getting the old Camp fever excitement just talking about it. I will be so happy to see you.
We still have work that needs to be done before Camp. We will have several opportunities for you to come and help with cleaning and sprucing up the grounds and buildings. You also have an opportunity to help sponsor the Camp Book. Javene broke her hip, not her arm. As Javene always says, her hand is open to whatever donation you send. Every cent counts and is a great help. Thank you for your generosity and financial support. I wish it wasn’t so, but everything does take money.
Let the world recognize us and marvel because of our great love for one another.
Psychic Development Circle
Rev. Evadne Tuxhorn’s weekly Development Circle continues at her home in Lindsborg, Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Her Sunday Fellowship gathering is held on the third Sunday of the month.
Call Evadne for more information, including any weather related cancellations, and to hold your spot in the Circle. 785-826-1633.
If you have e-mail and are not getting the Newsletter online, contact Linda, 620-663-2988 (evenings), 620-727-4329 (cell), or email@example.com