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68 RELIGION


Sun Lakes Community Church news


Bob Neuman In 1944, she was 15 years old and


living a fairly normal life in Romania until the Germans marched Helen Handler, her mother and two brothers down the street and into a boxcar bound for Poland’s notorious death camp, Auschwiitz-Brikenau. Cramped in this rolling prison for four days were 40 Jewish prisoners. Reaching their fi nal destination, Helen


and family with the others were taken out and lined up. She never saw them again although she herself managed to survive. Recalling the camp, she stated, “Every


evening I thanked God that I am still around. Every morning I asked God for strength to cope. There were tiny miracles every day in the camp. There was always someone who made it their business to help me. Since God created us, that was God.” Because she trusted God and had faith, she was delivered. Recently, Helen, now 83, emotionally


stood in a boxcar brought to Chandler from Europe for the Holocaust and Tolerance Museum now being built. It is possibly one used by the Germans or at least the same type. (Source: The Arizona Republic) The Bible mentions trust and faith in our


Lord numerous times. In Psalm 56:3-4, we read, “When I am afraid I will trust you. I praise God for his word. I trust God, so I am not afraid. What can human beings do to me?” Should we not practice the same faith?


from Romania, sponsored by RELIGION Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pincu, missionaries New S.H.E. officers our


membership for many years, paid a visit to our Sunday service on April 15. Dan thanked the congregation for their generous offering and played three lovely hymns on the fl ute. The will return to the United States for another visit in a year or two. “International Bible Church is a church


plant effort of Elijah’s Cave to forge a multi- cultural congregation and outreach, with primary focus on serving the international student community at ASU. Americans who are attracted to cross-cultural friendships and ministries are also to be part of


the


effort. Distinctives of the church will be the centrality of Jesus Christ, the teaching of the Bible and the building of a loving, helpful Christian community.” Bob and Barb Thompson celebrated 15 years of leadership on April 29. Our congregation supports the mission with prayers and funds. All Bible studies have been curtailed until


fall. We wish all a pleasant summer. Sun Lakes Community Church is


an independent, Bible-based, inter- denominational church where all are invited. Attend our 9:30 service, meet our friendly congregation and hear a meaningful message by Pastor Don Hendricks. Communion is the fi rst Sunday of each month. The church is located in Sun Lakes Country Club, 9240 N Sun Lakes Blvd. Contact the offi ce at 480-895-9147.


editorial@robson.com — June 2012


The new S.H.E. Board,


left


to right: Marilyn Warsofsky; Gigi Stacy, Treasurer; Yagobian, Co-President; Linda Brooks, Co-President; Beverly Worthing, Secretary.


Gigi Stacy Installation of S.H.E. offi cers took place on April 26, 2012, at Fibber McGee’s Restaurant.


A wonderful luncheon preceded the swearing-in ceremony, which was so beautifully executed by Marilyn Warsofsky with the following phrase, “Life’s milestones are to be enjoyed, like a good book, relished like a fi ne wine, savored like scrumptious chocolate and celebrated with laughter and good friends.” The new board will serve a two-year term. 


Read us online at www.sunlakessplash.com


Jean


SUN LAKES SPLASH


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