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Partnership Event: Predisan Walk With Honduras

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2014 Atlanta PREDISAN WALK WITH HONDURAS raised awareness of the God’s work and newest developments of the PREDISAN healthcare ministries in Olancho, Honduras.  Praise God for the sunny afternoon as we walked the mile course on the beautiful GACS campus.  

_G6U6210The Walk, BBQ tacos, words from Dr. Amanda Madrid,  worship led by GACS worship band, and warm fellowship among supporters from Northlake, other churches, organizations, GACS students and faculty all made for an awesome afternoon.  Thank you volunteers who helped promote, register, set up, break down, cook, serve, take photos, MC, present, pray and support!  Kudos to Sharon Kemp, the Walk Coordinator. 

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Sermon Text for Sunday, November 2, 2014

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Predisan Honors Joe & Betty Glenn

Mission Predisan’s Board of Directors honored Joe Glenn, long term Board member, and his wife Betty at a dinner event in Oklahoma City on September 28.   The endowed Joe & Betty Glenn Fund has been established to provide an annual gift to be awarded to a qualifying Predisan staff member shown to be an effective Christian servant with the Predisan ministry and among his/her community.  Joe and Betty’s story of support and faithfulness to medical missions and their special love for the Honduran people will continue to be told and retold year by year!

Linda Trevathan, President of the Board, along with Dr. Amanda Madrid, Executive Director of Predisan, presented them a lovely crystal cross as a tangible gift of appreciation for their dedication and years of service. 

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Serve the City–Apartment Set up

On Serve the City Day (Nov 9), Joyce Tomlin and Esther Basnet’s LIFE Group will be leading a project to set-up an apartment for a refugee family in Clarkston. We need your help furnishing the apartment! Below is a list of items that we need donated for the apartment. Donated items are a huge blessing to a refugee family. Families have had to leave most of their possessions behind and start all over in a new country. This is an opportunity to show the welcoming spirit of Jesus to our new neighbors! If you would like to sign up to donate an item(s) on the list or donate money to buy items please email Paul@northlake.org. Thank you.
 
 
World Relief’s Role in the Refugee Resettlement Process
The Department of State requires the following items for each refugee home.  Items are purchased with the refugee clients Welcome Money.
NOTE: An asterisk denotes one item per person. The family we are furnishing the apartment for is a Karen family of 7. There is a mother, father and five kids. Their children include four boys ages 5-14 and one girl age 10.
Bed frame*
Box spring*
Mattress*
Fitted sheet*
Flat sheet*
Pillow*
Pillowcase*
Blanket*
Alarm clock
Dresser
Clothes hangers
Sofa
Lamp
Light bulbs
Dining table
Dining table chair*
Knife*
Fork*
Spoon*
Dinner plate*
Salad plate*
Bowl*
Tea cup*
Drinking glass*
Frying pan
Covered sauce pan
Stockpot
Baking pan
Mixing bowl
Pitcher
Tea kettle
Spatula
Serving spoon
Slotted serving spoon
Cooking fork
Kitchen knife
Can opener
Bath towel*
Washcloth*
Shower curtain rings
Shower curtain liner
Shampoo
Bars of soap
Toothbrush*
Toothpaste
Deodorant*
Maxi pads
Toilet paper
Toilet bowl brush
Pad of paper
Pen or pencil
Mop
Broom
Dustpan
Kitchen/bathroom cleanser
Laundry detergent
Dish soap
Sponge
Wastebasket (large)
Wastebasket (small)
Trash bags 
The Department of State does not require the following items, but they are blessings to refugees:
TV
TV stand
VCR
DVD player
Radio
Coffee table
End table
Armchair
Bookshelf
Washer
Dryer
Microwave
Vacuum
Iron
Ironing board 

Prayer for Fight against Ebola

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Lord of heaven and earth, we pray for the people suffering from ebola, for their families, and for the workers who are giving their services to treat and contain the disease epidemic.  We plead for your powerful hand of mercy to take control.

We especially pray for the safety,  AaronZee1health, and faithful witness of our brother Aaron Zee as he is deployed by CDC to Guinea.  Cover his family with your hand of protection and peace.  For your glory, Amen.