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Dear Church Family,

One of the things I know the Lord has been speaking
to me about as I've journeyed with you through the
New Testament this year is my own commitment to
be more charitable and generous in every part of my
life.

Recently I was reading some thoughts from C.S. Lewis
and felt that his words were very helpful for me. I
share them with you in hopes of stirring more of us
to be more charitable with those God brings into our
lives.


Have a good read,

Pastor Doug

   
 
 
     It's the greatest
    story ever told
God came to Earth so
   we could behold
Such mercy and grace
  as His Son took our 
 place
It's the greatest story
ever told. . . 
 
"The Greatest Story"
PGCC Sanctuary Choir Christmas Musical
With Small Groups, Soloists, Duets & Drama


Featuring Composer, Arranger & Conductor

Lanny Wolfe

Sunday, December 7 @ 6:30 PM  
 
Womens' Ministries
"A Fresh Look at
Christmas"
An opportunity for
ladies to get together in private
homes for fellowship,
fun and share a special
Christmas devotional.
Sing up in lobby
Sunday, Nov. 30th

 
 
Pleasant Grove Community Church
(916) 771-4447
 
Weekday office hours: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday through Thursday • Closed Fridays
 

  
NEWS


"Community Bible Study"
Leaders: Don & Alice Anderson

The Apostle Paul admonished Timothy, his son in the faith, to “study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth (2 Timothy 2:15).” The image here is of a workman who is good at his vocation and has labored diligently to prepare himself for the job. The same applies for all Christians. We also need to be properly prepared so that we can be skilled at handling God’s precious Word for His glory. And that is exactly what we are doing in the Community Bible Study: studying God’s Word so that we can know and understand it better. We would like to invite you to join us in this quest. 
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Calvin & Susanne Hohn 
Missionaries in Cameroon

Since many people are asking us how safe we are from both Ebola and Boko Haram, we'll cover this topic
first. Thankfully, nothing adversely has changed since we last reported. In fact, things are more hopeful
where we are. The closest that Ebola came to Cameroon was Nigeria next door, but the Nigerian Ministry
of Health was very proactive in isolating the few cases and preventing its spread. The World Health Organization has now declared Nigeria Ebola free and Cameroon has re-opened its border with Nigeria.

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Christopher & Ingrid Kidd
Missionaries in Brazil
 
The last few months have been rich with blessings, changes and adjustments. Thank you for your
continued prayers as we chug along the journey of life.
Soon after our last newsletter, final goodbyes
were said in Brazil and our family returned to Calgary, Canada. It was difficult to bid farewell to our
great friends, but we were deeply encouraged by many who were so helpful. We could not help but
be deeply touched when neighbors organized a farewell get together... 



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"A challenge we face every day: how to steward the resources entrusted to us by God." ~ John C. Maxwell