Help our local Tartan High School win part of a $100,000 grant!
This grant is through Celebrate My Drive.
First, the not-so-good news: More teens die from car crashes than any other cause. And the first year of driving is the most dangerous.
The good news: There’s something we all can do about it. And it involves a celebration!
That’s what Celebrate My Drive is about – celebrating this big, new life of freedom that comes with a driver’s license. Part of that life means making smart choices behind the wheel, which is why we’re spreading the message of 2N2® – 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel. It’s a simple habit that can reduce distracted driving and help new drivers build confidence on the road.
This party even gives you and your high school a chance at some pretty sweet prizes – like a $100,000 or $25,000 Grant for your high school, and maybe even one of two Grand Prize concerts featuring GRAMMY® Nominated The Band Perry.
Last year, thousands of high schools in communities all over North America joined the celebration, with more than six million safe driving commitments made. And you’re invited to this year’s party.
- Go to celebratemydrive.com
- Make a Commitment to Drive Safely
- Choose Tartan High School
Vote daily from October 15th through October 24th.
Love’s Cascade Display (Song of Solomon) Being created in His image, God gave us emotions, senses, appreciation of beauty, and the ability to love. In this epic love poem, the Bible provides us a look at true romance and love in the face of all the misconceptions in our culture. Join us for this series beginning Sunday, October 19, 2014.
Geoff and Carrie Jo Cain will be joining us on Sunday, October 12, 2014. Carrie Jo is a registered nurse working through Global Partners in Sierra Leone. She has recently returned from Africa, where she trained medical personnel on protection procedures as they work through the Ebola crisis. Service begins at 10:00 a.m.
Oakdale Wesleyan Church is pleased to announce our new partnership with Eternal Life Hmong Baptist Church (EL HBC). This partnership, along with last month Pastor Paul taking on the duties of Interim Pastor at Greater Praise Wesleyan Church, a Liberian congregation in Blaine, are doors God has opened for Oakdale Wesleyan Church to fulfill the vision of reaching our community and world with the love and good news of Jesus Christ, crossing lines of ethnicity, socio-economics, and life-stage, and shepherding people in their spiritual walk. Through prayer, hard work, and the power of God, we are Reflecting Jesus Christ and Reflecting Our Community.EL HBC had its first worship service on May 4, 2014, and the church plant has been growing since that time. In September the church called Pastor Chucklu Vang to lead the congregation, and on Sunday, October 5, 2014, the EL HBC congregation will begin having worship services at the Oakdale Wesleyan Church facility. EL HBC can be found on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/eternallifehmongbaptistchurch/
Join us at the church for an Open House on Saturday, Oct 4, 2014 11:00 am to 1:30 pm to welcome and meet Pastor Vang.
Worship Service for EL HBC begins at 1:00 pm Sundays.
Join us for an inspirational evening, as we celebrate with our ministry partners, all that God has done at New Life Family Services in the past year.
Friday, October 3, 2014
Crowne Plaza, Saint Paul
6:00 p.m. Silent Auction, 7:00 p.m. Dinner & Program
This special fundraising event will celebrate the thousands of lives impacted by the ministry of New Life. you will hear stories of courage, sacrifice, love, and forgiveness – lives impacted and changed for eternity. In addition, we will share with you many exciting changes and opportunities that lie ahead for New Life as we enter our final year of our three year growth plan, Vision 2015. Carol Everett, former abortion clinic owner, will join us as the keynote speaker. Our emcee for the evening will be Bob Stromberg, storyteller and co-creator of Triple Espresso.
More information can be found at nlfs.org
Want to get an Oakdale Wesleyan Church t-shirt, sweatshirt, polo, or something unique for yourself?
Our artwork is at Big Frog Custom T-Shirts at 1815 Radio Drive in Woodbury. You can order just one item or order as a group to get a discount. Generally there is a quick 24 hour turn around on items, but if they are not busy they might print while you wait.
Boy Scout Troop 360 is now adding Cub Scout Pack 360! Cub Scouting is for boys in the first through fifth grades, or 7 to 10 years old. The first Pack Meeting is:
Monday, September 29, 2014
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oakdale Wesleyan Church
6477 10th St. N.
Oakdale, MN 55128
History. Tradition. Adventure. Get more involved with your kids in a way that puts the fun first. Children and parents can register at the Pack Meeting.
Ladies are welcome to attend the brunch hosted by the International Ministries Commission of Waite Park Church on Saturday, September 27, 2014. The brunch begins at 9:30 a.m. and costs $5 per person.
The carpool will leave from Oakdale Wesleyan Church at 8:30 a.m.
I hope everyone had a good start to the school year. We’re ready to see you back at Youth Group. We’re starting up again this Wednesday (Sept. 10), and, unless it’s pouring down rain (and maybe we’ll try even if it is) we’ll be out at the fire pit. 6:30 pm. Hope to see you.
The World Health Organization has declared the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus as an international health concern. Ebola outbreaks can devastate communities, but the infection can be controlled through the use of recommended protective measures in clinics, at community gatherings, and at home.
World Hope International (WHI) is already working in response to this outbreak with the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health. WHI staff are setting up training sessions for health care workers, preparing Sierra Leone hospitals to receive Ebola patients by setting up washing stations in communities, and preparing radio broadcasts to be played in Sierra Leone to advise communities as to what they can do to protect themselves and their families.
Donations are needed immediately to help respond to the needs in Sierra Leone.
WHI training on how to protect against Ebola
We need your help in two ways:
- Pray with us:
- Pray for the healthcare workers that are currently treating patients with Ebola.
- Pray for the patients, those suspected and confirmed.
- Pray for the families who have lost loved ones to this disease or who have relatives in isolation units or treatment centers.
- Pray for the government and the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, that they will make wise decisions quickly.
- Pray for the citizens of Sierra Leone that they would understand that Ebola is a medical disease. Pray that they would start understanding the mode of transmission (how this disease is spread) and the way that they can prevent further spread.
- Support us: We’re working hard to stop the spread of Ebola in Sierra Leone, but we can’t do it without you. A gift of just $50 can help raise awareness and support preventative efforts in vulnerable communities.
Will you stand with us as we fight to protect the people of Sierra Leone from the Ebola virus?
Thank you for your continued support,
CEO & President
Find the most recent outbreak news from WHO here.