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Stewardship


Budget as of July 31st, 2009


Income

Jul

YTD

Budget

% Rec'd

 

 

 

 

 

Envelopes

$10,079.00

$88,853.00

$175,000.00

50.77%

Plate

$206.15

$2,826.84

$8,000.00

35.34%

Christian Ed

$0.00

$481.05

$1,200.00

40.09%

Interest

$20.19

$589.97

$2,500.00

23.6%

BBQ/Spag

$0.00

$2,533.76

$6,000.00

42.23%

Group Cont

$587.93

$3,251.72

$3,600.00

90.33%

Misc

$0.00

$1,640.86

$1,000.00

164.09%

Mission

$40.00

$4,133.01

$4,000.00

103.33%

Total Income

$10,933.27

$104,310.21

$210,300.00

51.82%
















Expenses

Jul

YTD

Budget

% Exp'd

 

 

 

 

 

Prof Staff

$8,303.18

$66.096.58

$116,565.00

56.7%

Office Op

$895.30

$5,557.58

$9,600.00

57.89%

Christian Ed

$0.00

$575.06

$2,500.00

23.0%

Prop & Mnt.

$5,960.82

$44,161.92

$83,482.00

52.9%

OCWM / CIS

$1,185.39

$7,459.16

$15,500.00

48.12%

Other Comm.

$650.00

$1,870.52

$5,100.00

36.68%

Misc

$0.00

$713.80

$500.00

142.76%

Total Exp

$17,286.63

$128,895.28

$233,247.00

55.26%

Net Income

$-6,353.36

$-24,585.07

-$31,947.00

76.96%



















2009 Stewardship Drive Update
96 Pledges totaling $136,991 as of July 31st, 2009.
17 people pledged for the first time.
2 people who pledged in 2008, and are active in our church life, have not yet pledged in 2009.
Note: 113 total pledges were received in 2008 totaling $134,237.
If you have not yet pledged, we encourage you to prayerfully think about it.
Yours in Christ,

Stewardship Committee





Bones of the Church
The “body” of a church has four kinds of bones:

1. The WISHbones are those folks who spend all their time wishing someone else would do all the work.

2. The JAWbones are those who do all the talking and very little else.

3. The KNUCKLEbones are those who knock everything anyone else tries to do.

4. The BACKbones are those who get under the load and get the work done.

What kind of bone are you?


Trust in God
University of Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford won the coveted Heisman Trophy in 2008. That season, the 6'5" team leader threw 50 touchdown passes, with only eight interceptions in 483 attempts. The Sooners had a 12-2 record that year.

Accolades aside, Bradford quickly but humbly acknowledges Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Upon receiving the Heisman, Bradford said, “I feel like that’s another blessing God gave me.”

Bradford, a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, exercises compassion and is known for his integrity. Before every game, he reportedly reads the account of David and Goliath.

In a church newsletter, Bradford said, “I know that everything God is doing has a reason. I have learned the power of patience and perseverance. God has a purpose for everything, and I just need to trust God.”


What Do You See?
Take a look at this line of type:
GODISNOWHERE
Did you read it as “God is nowhere”? Or are you an optimist who read it as “God is now here”?





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