Tuesday: December 19
7:30 P.M.: Prayer meeting in the fellowship hall
Wednesday: December 20
7:30 P.M.: Ministry meeting at MCC
Saturday: December 23
8:00 A.M.: Hall cleaning according to groups: Clark, Cheng, Lee and Roseblade
9:30 A.M.: FTTA graduation at MCC
Lord’s Day: December 24
Lord’s Table: 9:30 A.M.~10:15 A.M.
Prophesying: 11:00 A.M.~12:00 noon
Children’s service: 9:30 A.M.~12:00 noon
Love Feast: 12 noon
HOLY WORD FOR MORNING REVIVAL
Crystallization of Ezekiel, Volume 3
Week 17: “The Vision of the Holy Building of God in Its Outstanding Features”
SCRIPTURE READING IN PREPARATION FOR WINTER TRAINING
Leviticus chapters 1~7
DAILY SCRIPTURE READING
Lord’s Day: Rev. 8:13~9:11
Monday: Rev. 9:12~21
Tuesday: Rev. 10:1~4
Wednesday: Rev. 10:5~11
Thursday: Rev. 11:1~4
Friday: Rev. 11:5~14
Saturday: Rev. 11:15~19
2018 INTERNATIONAL CHINESE-SPEAKING CONFERENCE
The 2018 International Chinese-speaking Conference will be in Taipei, Taiwan on February 16-18, 2018. Those who desire to attend must register and pay $100 towards hospitality expenses. You may also register for church visitation trips either before or after the conference at an additional cost of $150. To register, fill out a registration form and put it in the offering box with the appropriate payment payable to the church and designated “2018 ICSC” by November 30. Arrangements have been made for special pricing on flights. That information package is in the meeting hall.
CONTINUING STEADFASTLY IN THE PRAYERS
1. For the semi-annual training on Leviticus.
2. For the Lord’s leading of the trainees graduating from FTTA, FTTA-XB, and FTTA-MA.
3. For the effect of the interpreted Word sown in Europe through the FTTA gospel trips and the Bible distributions there.
4. “On behalf of kings and all who are in high position, that we may lead a quiet and tranquil life in all godliness and gravity” – 1 Tim. 2:2.
5. For the Lord of the harvest to thrust out workers into His harvest in Germany.
6. For the shepherding and perfecting of the new ones in Germany and the gaining of university students.
7. To build up the daily habit of sowing literature (i.e. tracts) especially to our acquaintances—our warm doors, our friends, relatives and neighbors.
8. For those who are sick and who have lost loved ones.