May 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 .
The Handwriting Guy
John Boesen, “The Handwriting Guy” will be at Camp June 14, 15, 28, 29. He sent the following information to better prepare us for his classes and services. www.TheHandwritingGuy.com
What Handwriting Analysis Reveals: Handwriting requires the use of fine motor body movement. This body language reveals the personality of the writer at the time of the writing including the thinking style, attitude about goals and ambition, honesty, integrity, character and more. Proactively learn about: Abilities, Aptitudes, Outer personality, Inner personality, Emotional stability. Does not discriminate: Age, Gender, Nationality, Ethnicity, Race, Religion, Handicap
The process or product of writing material that does not come from the conscious thoughts of the writer. It is also known as psychography. Spiritualists have traditionally been concerned with the source of the automatic communications.
Samples of Automatic Writing:
Many famous teachers, statesmen, authors, and political leaders have demonstrated this talent of written communication. You are invited to bring samples of automatic writing for brief analysis and discussion.
June 13-15, 2008:
Handwriting Analysis basics will be discussed and individuals can schedule time to have their own handwriting analyzed.
June 27-29, 2008:
We will discuss Automatic Writing principles and will make time to analyze samples you bring to camp to show the personality of the writer. Two hours is not enough time to cover the subject in depth, so class time will not be used to teach Automatic Writing beyond a simple introduction. Individuals can continue to schedule time to have their own handwriting analyzed. Please do not bring handwriting of others for the purpose of probing into the motives and reasons for their behavior. If that person cannot be present, schedule time to meet later. Then you can ask your questions with all parties present.
June 14 – 29 MARK YOUR CALENDAR AND PLAN TO ATTEND!
If you have not received your Camp Book in the mail, or you know someone who would like to receive one, please contact Linda Anderson by phone at 620-727-4329, or by email email@example.com to have one sent. The Camp Book is also posted on our website, click here.
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.
Keeping Up With the Board – from President Karen Lyons
The Board of Trustees sends a big thank you to Kevin Phillips. Our weekend of DNA Activation with Kevin was wonderful. Kevin hinted that those of you who wanted to come and weren’t able to make it might get another opportunity during Camp to investigate this topic. All you have to do is ask anyone who was able to attend and you will want to know more. We were blessed to have been involved with this workshop. Again, thank you, Kevin.
Sunday May fourth, instead of class, we began the dedication of the new buildings at 10:00 A. M. The service included not only the dedication, clearing, and blessing of the new buildings, but the grounds and all buildings. Rev. Tuxhorn was to be in charge of the service, but at the last minute had to cancel. More on that in a paragraph. I am amazed at the number of talented, gifted folks who step up to serve when the need arises. Mary Stewart, Bunny Czarnopys, Gayle Edmond, Aron Pohl, Debbie Grosser, and Linda Anderson did a fine job. They were supported by Leo Whitley, Eugene Whiltey, LeRoy Windhorst, Laura Coffee, Becky Blaha, Ron Glasgow, and Lola Richert. The service was beautiful.
I am happy to report that Javene Whitley is improving and on Sunday was able to attend the Board meeting. Maxine Windhorst is still recuperating at home, getting a little better day by day. Now about Evadne. Rev. Tuxhorn noticed there was something not quite right with her leg. At the hospital she learned she had cellulitous (something like that), was sent home with orders to sit with her foot elevated for a week. That is why Evadne couldn’t join us on Sunday. Evadne was not too happy to be told she had to sit for a week. I’m anxious to see her Wednesday evening for Development Class, but I’m sure she isn’t misbehaving this close to Camp.
This close to Camp! Can you believe it? Saturday, May 10, and 17 will be work days on the Church and Camp grounds. There is still quite a bit to do before Camp. If you can, come and give us a hand. We’ll try to have a little fun while we’re there. A lot has been done in anticipation of your arrival, but there is always more painting and cleaning to be done. The Board has been assured that the final phase of the electrical update will be completed as well. (This project got set back by the ice storm)
There is an old hymn that begins, “All things are ready. Come to the feast. Leave all your cares behind.” I’ll see you at Camp!
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.
Evadne and Virginia Savage teach a development class every morning at Camp. The weekly circle at her home will not meet during Camp.
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