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SANCTUARY
9:00 and 11:45 a.m
Out of respect to worshipers around you, please silence all electronic devices
All Hail This Joyful Day
Prelude
Call to Worship
Greet the Dawning
Sanctuary Choir
Hymn of Praise
To God Be the Glory
J. S. Bach
Jan Sanborn
No. 341
Prayer
Dustin Aho
Prayer Response
Pastoral Welcome
Burt Clark
Tithes and Offerings
Offertory
Church Budget
Gonna Sing to the Lord
Douglas Wagner
Junior Choir
Donna Thurber, conductor; Helen Chan Young, pianist
Children’s Feature
Shawna Campbell
Baptism
Hector Vega-Galindo
Karen C. Jara
Anthem
God, Thou Art Love
Sanctuary Choir
Patrick Johnson1
Patrick Johnson3
Craig Courtney
Meditation
Responsive Reading
Taken from Romans 13,
Luke 17, and Ecclesiastes 12
Doug and Harrison Mace
Randy Roberts
Trust and Obey
Hymn of Response
Randy Roberts
Fantasie on A Mighty Fortress
Toccata
Cheryl Smith, guest conductor, Sanctuary Choir
David S. Penner and Kirk Campbell, producers
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First Service
WORSHIP PARTICIPANTS
Tuesday, October 22
6:30 p.m.
Experiencing God Bible Study, Romans, Part 2,
Fellowship Hall East
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Wednesday, October 23
6:00 p.m.
The Open Prayer Circle, Room 103
7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, “Is the Latter Rain Falling on You?”,
Paul Damazo, Room 111
October 19, 2013
Sabbath, October 26
9:00 & 11:45 a.m. A Boost of Willpower, Part 2 - True North, Roy Ice, Sanctuary
10:25 a.m.
A God Who Wants Bad People in Heaven, Part 2 - God.Ø,
Re:Live Worship, Roy Ice, Sanctuary
10:30 a.m.
LLUC Sabbath School, “Lessons From the Sanctuary,” Manzoor Massey, Randall Amphitheater
5:00 p.m.
Vespers, Riverside Raincross Chorale, Sanctuary
Sunset Today - 6:10 p.m.
Sunset Next Week - 6:02 p.m.
Sermon Notes
Even a casual observer of culture can tell you the simple truth: we live in a day and
age when character has gone south. Countless headlines and innumerable broken
lives recount that sad story. Politicians who lie; Hollywood celebrities who unravel
before our eyes; ordinary people who “can’t see anything wrong with” acts that once
were verboten… well, you get the point—character has gone south. In such a setting, which direction is north, true north? Which direction do we take to the land of
true character? Another way to ask the question is, In a world such as this one, of
what does real character consist?
The purpose of the sermon series which begins today is to explore certain elements
of genuine, deep, and lasting character. We do so in the hope that every single one
of us—preacher and listener alike—will, by the grace of God, make it our life’s aim
to grow in Christ and grow in character.
Randy Roberts
Senior Pastor
No. 590
(verses 1 and 3)
Benediction
Postlude
Monday, October 21
6:30 p.m.
Women’s Bible Study, Fellowship Hall East
I hope you will (prayerfully) join each week.
A Question of Duty
Part 1 - True North
Sermon
Calendar
J. Knowles-Paine
Gaston Bélier3
1
Kimo Smith, organist
Angelica Prodan, first service postlude
3
Third Service
Doug Mace is an associate pastor, Middle School ministries, LLUC
Harrison Mace is a seventh grader, Loma Linda Academy Junior High
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RANDALL AMPHITHEATER
Congregational Singing
Opening Hymn
To God Be the Glory
Prayer, Welcome, and Introductions
10:30 a.m.
Special Feature
A Missionary Heart
Prayer for the Offering
Offertory
Lesson
No. 341
Jondelle McGhee
Kari Jobe
Clayton Koh
Jondelle McGhee
Sabbath School Expense
(place mission offering in envelope)
My Jesus, I Love Thee
arr. Alva Waworoendeng
Jeff Hwang, violin; Alva Waworoendeng, keyboard Sacrifices
Bernard Taylor
Benediction
Bernard Taylor
Postlude
Young Adult Ministry
www.reliveministry.com
Fellowship, 10:00 a.m., Room 101
Sabbath service, 10:25 a.m., LLUC Sanctuary
Gilda Roddy, Jondelle McGhee
Musical Selection
My Beloved
Chelsea Hanson, vocal; Krista Ballew, vocal/keyboard
Offering
Re:Live Ministry
Selected
TODAY: October 26: November 2:
November 9:
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Roy Ice - A God Who Pays Ransoms, Part 1 - God.Ø
Roy Ice - A God Who Wants Bad People in Heaven, Part 2 - God.Ø
Randy Roberts, It All Begins With God, Part 3 - God.Ø
Roy Ice - A God Who Never Forsakes, Part 4 - God.Ø
Superintendent: Jondelle McGhee
Keyboard: Aileen Veglahn
Vespers
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SANCTUARY 5:00 p.m.
Adventist Story, Part 1
Call to Worship
Marching to Zion
Robert Lowry, 1867
Andrews University Alumni, Students, and Faculty Choir
Lorie Purdey, conductor
Welcome and Invocation
Opening Hymn
Jesus Is Coming Again
No. 213
Andrews University Alumni, Students, Faculty Choir, and Congregation
Rhodes Rigsby
Mayor of Loma Linda
Offering
Dan Matthews
Offertory
O Lord Most Holy
Andrews Marimba Ensemble
Philip Binkley, conductor
J. N. Andrews
First SDA Foreign Missionary
Andrews University
First SDA College
arr. Art Jollit
Jeanne Andrews-Willumson
Great-granddaughter of J. N. Andrews
Benediction
Baptisms
We welcome Hector Vega-Galindo into the LLUC
family at his baptism today. He is a certified nurse
assistant at Country Villa in San Bernardino.
Niels-Erik Andreasen
President
Closing Hymn
We Have This Hope
No. 214
Andrews University Alumni, Students, Faculty Choir, and Congregation
Dan Matthews
Church Life
There is no hospitality dinner today.
Offering Today: Church Budget.
Next Week: Calexico Mission
School. All loose and undesignated
offerings are applied to church budget.
You may give online by visiting
http://www.lluc.org.
Center floral arrangement is given
in loving memory of Julia Albrecht who
would have turned 69 on October 23. Her
children and grandchildren loved her and
miss her, and are looking forward to the
resurrection morning.
Seminar: A Literature-based Approach
to Education, a seminar presented by
Carole Joy Seid, will be held in Fellowship
Hall East, October 20, 12:30–7:30 p.m.
Register online at carolejoyseid.com
or for more information, contact Ayme
Frykman at (909) 794-8667 or [email protected]
yahoo.com.
Senior Fellowship Lunch will be
October 26 following second service.
Thank you for preparing a dish for 10.
Come meet and greet other faithful
seniors. For more information, call 951217-0732.
Quilters meet on October 27 and 28,
9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall
West. Join in making items for SACHS
Clinic and NICU. Share in a potluck
both days. LLA students can get
community service hours for participation.
For information, call Jody Rogers at
(909) 799-6941.
Community Life
Dan Matthews
Pastoral Host
Greetings
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Karen C. Jara is a business administrator, a certified
make-up artist, and film/media/TV student at Riverside
City College. We welcome her as a member of the LLUC
family.
Academy Band Festival Concert is
today at 4:00 p.m., La Sierra University
Church. This concert caps a three-day
festival, featuring students from several
academies. The guest clinician and
conductor is Andrew Boysen, Jr., of
University of New Hampshire. Admission
is free. For information, call 951-785-2036.
Loma Linda Community Parade and
Fair is October 20 beginning at 10:00 a.m.
Bring the family for a fun day with games,
food, petting zoo, and much more! To
reserve a booth, contact Lisa Corrales
at [email protected] Parking
fee at LLA benefits the class of 2014. No
dogs allowed.
LLU Center for Christian Bioethics
presents free screenings of “Something
the Lord Made,” October 23 and 24,
6:00 p.m. in Room 3113, Centennial
Complex. This film tells the true story of
an interracial partnership between Dr.
Alfred Blalock and Vivien Thomas who
together launched a medical revolution.
A brief discussion will follow.
Children’s Ministry has an urgent
need for pianists or guitarists. If you are
willing to volunteer to play for a children’s
Sabbath School, please contact Shawna
Campbell at 909-558-4570, ext. 81536.
UReach: Calling expert gardeners,
horticulturists, ecologists, and landscapers. Help families grow easymaintenance gardens at home. If you have
experience with native Southern California
plants, low-water, or urban gardening,
we would love to talk with you. Contact
UReach via e-mail at [email protected]
ureachlluc.com or call (909) 796-8357.
UReach: Welcome Home Team!
UReach is working on forming teams to
welcome previously-homeless families
to their new homes and build community
with them. We are currently looking for
someone who is passionate about people
to lead this effort. For information, e-mail
[email protected] or call
(909) 796-8357.
UReach Gratitude Project: If you
have any gently used mason jars and/or
small cacti or succulents (1–3 inches tall),
please call the Ureach office this week at
(909) 796-8357.
A will is part of the estate planning
process, but you will need other documents
as well to fully address your estate
planning needs. For more information,
contact Betsy Matthews at (909) 5584570, ext. 47091.
LLU School of Religion’s Humanities
Program presents Freud’s Last Session,
an adult-themed play centered on Sigmund
Freud and C.S. Lewis’ conversations on
love, life, the existence of God, and the
meaning of life. Performances will be
October 25 (7:30 p.m.), 26 (3:00 p.m.,
7:30 p.m.), 27 (3:00 p.m.) in Wong Kerlee
Peterson Auditorium. Kenneth Wright and
Brady Greer Huffman star in this play.
Admission is free.
German Club will meet October 26,
6:00 p.m. at the home of Mark and Anita
Schultz. For information, call (909) 7935479.
The North American Division
Music Committee for the next General
Conference session (July 2–11, 2015),
is now accepting applications from
musicians/groups desiring to perform.
Application forms can be downloaded
at www.gcsession.org. Click the “Music
Application Packet” tab and follow all
directions. Applications will be processed
through December 31, 2013.