2016 January 31 Announcements

Sunday was the last Sunday for our HarvestCall disaster relief collection.

ACTIVE will meet Wednesday at 7:30pm.

The Friends Bible Study will be in the World Relief room starting Sunday, February 7th and running every Sunday in February starting at 10am. This is a great opportunity to invite a friend or neighbor.

The young group babysitting will be Saturday, February 13th from 5-9 in the evening at the Goodfield Grade School. This is for children ages potty-trained - 8th grade.

Reminder- Eureka Home Auction Saturday, March 5. Bake Sale - 10a, lunch stand 10:30, Auction starts at noon.  We would like to encourage families to come - there will be activities for children that day. There is also a need for donated food items for the bake sale and new items or services for the auction. There is a signup sheet for pies at the message center. Your contributions are appreciated. Please see Sisters Lanae Wiegand or Jill Wagner if you have any questions.

There is an upcoming Apostolic Christian Medical Fellowship on April 23rd at the Roanoke FH.  All involved in healthcare who attend Apostolic Christian Churches are invited to attend. More info has been sent out thru the e-mail system and it is also posted at the information center.

As you prayerfully consider please remember to return your Sunday school teacher and trustee ballot as soon as possible. We will be counting the ballots this coming Saturday.

Our dear friend Ed Kennedy’s mother passed away this week. Ed is Jill Martin’s friend. Please keep him and his family in your prayers. Ed’s address is: 1100 N LaSalle Apt. 1405 Chicago, IL 60610

Bro. Alan & Sis. Joanne Roth and their family would like to thank the Goodfield Church family for the love shown to them since the death of their son Brett. The following is a note from the Roth family:

Dear Church Family,

Words cannot express the gratitude we feel for the love that you have shown us with our loss of Brett.  We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the visits, calls, emails, texts, and other deeds of kindness shown to us.  We know that situations such as this might make some very uncomfortable and many don’t know what to say.  That’s OK, we don’t have words either.  You will never know how much a smile, pat on the back, or hug means.  It speaks an unwritten language in which audible words do not exist.  We know that life goes on, and this is God’s design, so it is good.  We have not traveled this road before, so we are going to need some help.  Please continue to encourage us and lift us up in prayer.  Love is a catalyst for grief.  So when you have had a love for someone greater than words can explain, the burden sometimes get very heavy, but God has promised that He will not give us more than what we are able to bear.  Our lives will never be the same, so we ask for your patience as we readjust and move on.  Help us to keep focused on the cross, and trust that God is sovereign.  And although we will never understand, “that is OK”.  HE is in control and will never leave us or forsake us.  We know the goal is Heaven, and it will be worth it all when we see Jesus.  So in the mean time, let’s “Love the Lord our God with all our hearts an our neighbor as ourselves”. In doing, we will fulfill His commandments and perpetuate the love that Brett showed us.

May God bless each of you,


Alan, Joanne, David, Kasey, Lisa, Jonathon, and Kandace Roth

We rejoice with Miriam Dingledine as she has turned her life over to the Lord in repentance. May she feel Gods nearness and grace!  Surely there is joy in heaven today! Miriam is the daughter of Rick and Deanne Dingledine from Congerville.