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to get "Out & About" in ministry

May 7, 2019


This Week's Promise to Share

The end of all things is near. Therefore be alert and of sober mind so that you may pray. Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins. Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling. Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. If anyone speaks, they should do so as one who speaks the very words of God. If anyone serves, they should do so with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To him be the glory and the power for ever and ever. Amen.

1 Peter 4:7-11, NIV
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:: ADVENTIST STORY connections

Essential Supplies Warehouse Spreads Love to Community
The new Washington Conference Essential Supplies Warehouse in partnership with World Vision in Fife, has been serving underprivileged families and children in western Washington communities!

Orcas Christian School Receives Scholarship Donation Matching
Every $1 donated in the month of May will become $10 thanks to the generous support of a prominent media company (up to $60,000)!

NW Pathfinders Excel at NAD Level Bible Experience
We are so proud of our three Washington Conference Pathfinder Bible Experience teams who were among the teams who placed first at the NAD Pathfinder Bible Experience event in Illinois!

Screenagers, Glass, and the Gospel
A pastor shares a creative way he reengages teens and youth in Bible study.


June 14-22 | Join Us At #WACampMeeting!

#WACampMeeting is coming soon this June 14-22! Immerse yourself in a time of spiritual renewal, personal prayer time, and daily seminars from our fantastic Camp Meeting speakers: Dan Jackson, David Smith, Brant Berglin, Bill McClendon, and Sung Kwon!

Workshop and training topics will include:
  • CPR renewal
  • Clerk & Treasurers training
  • Spiritual Growth
  • Estate planning for grandchildren
  • Service projects
  • Marriage and relationships
  • Disaster preparedness
  • Prayer and revival
  • and much more!

Reserve Your #WACampMeeting Lodging!

Get ready to camp at #WACampMeeting! Reserve your Conference Tent or (Dry, Partial, or Full) RV site TODAY at!
Reserve Your #WACampMeeting Lodging Today!


May 25 :: Girls' & Mother's Day Retreat in Federal Way

Mothers and Daughters, ages newborn to 12-years-old, are invited to a Girls' and Mother's Day Retreat on Saturday, May 25, from 10 am to 4 pm for a day of laughter, crafts, bonding activities, and a connection with God! Adult registration is $10 and children are $5. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited, register online at Girls' and Mother's Day Retreat TODAY!
Register NOW for Girls Retreat!


May 18 & June 16 :: CPR Training in Federal Way & Auburn

Need to renew your CPR certification? Join Waiyego Pearson on Saturday, May 18, from 4-7:30 pm at Washington Conference or on Sunday, June 16, from 4-7:30 pm at #WACampMeeting in Auburn!

Spaces are limited to 24 participants per class! To register, please contact Elida Jerez via email or call (253) 681-6056. Registration is only $45!
Grab Your Spot NOW Before They're Gone!



May 10-11 | Lend A Hand Benefit Concert in Auburn

Plan an evening out with your family and enjoy a night of amazing Gospel music and wonderful fellowship at the Lend a Hand Benefit Concert on Friday, May 10, at 7 pm, and Sabbath, May 11, at 7 pm, at Auburn Adventist Academy Gym. This benefit concert features fan favorite local groups like the Taito family, Canada's Double Portion, Keepers of the Faith, and NIA. All proceeds will benefit the establishment of a children's library and resource center for an orphanage called Campus of Hope in Samoa.
Grab Your Tickets to the Benefit Concert!
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May 9-11 | Growing Up Tech Smart Family Workshop in Chehalis

Join Lewis County Adventist School for a free workshop with Chuck Hagele, Project Patch CEO, on May 9-11 that will help parents and kids (age 11+) to get on the same page about online risks and tools to become "Tech Smart." Kids need to be able to own the "off switch" before they leave home.

This workshop is designed to jump-start conversations, focus on core topics, and help create a plan for each family member to be smart online.
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1 Year Older Than Auburn Adventist Academy

She’s one year older than Auburn Adventist Academy! Margaret Palmer Wendt Clinton, age 101 and class of 1938 graduate, is the oldest attendee at this year’s alumni centennial celebration for the academy. Margaret was the lead soprano vocalist when she attended Auburn Adventist Academy. She sang throughout her life and was still directing church music at age 90. Margaret has many family connections with Auburn including her daughter, Wanda Wendt Zeman Sofferin, ’71, and granddaughter, Maria Zeman, ’99, who joined her at Auburn’s 100 year celebration weekend.

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