July 11, 2019
DIVINE SERVICE:   This weekend, July 12-13, is Adventurer Club Weekend. SASDAC Masterpiece Adventurer Club will be participating in our worship services.
July 12: Investiture Service at 7:30 p.m.
July 13: Divine Service Speaker Pastor John Daniel
HERNDON CHURCH:  Dr. Paulasir Abraham will be the speaker this Sabbath, July 13.
REGRET TO ANNOUNCE the passing away of Mrs. Jamesina Sadanala, wife of Mr. Christopher Sadanala.  Funeral service will be held this Sunday, July 14 at 11 a.m. in our church. Viewing will be from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Repast to follow interment in the Fellowship Hall. Please keep the bereaved family in your prayers.
CHURCH BOARD will meet this Saturday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Conference Room.
ISRAEL/JORDAN/EGYPT TRIP: DEADLINE is July 14. Few more seats remaining. If interested, please call the church office to register. 
INDIA MISSION TRIP VOLUNTEERS are collecting Hygiene and School supplies, toys and sandals or flip flops.  Please consider donating any of the items mentioned in the list to help orphan children in India. Deadline to donate is this Saturday, July 13.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL is from July 15-20, 06:00 pm – 08:30 pm. The Theme is “Roar.” Volunteers needed (16 yrs. and above). If interested in volunteering, please contact Shweta Mesipam, Children’s Ministry Director at 301-957-4265. 
TRIP TO SIGHT AND SOUND SHOW “JESUS” for seniors (65+ only) on Wednesday, July 24. Cost: $56.05/person (ticket, transportation and lunch included).
 -Show time: 11:00 a.m.
-Departure from SASDAC Parking Lot: 7:30 a.m.
 If interested in going, please call the church office.
CHURCH ANNUAL CAMP is from July 31-August 4. If interested, please pre-register online by visiting our website or fill out a registration form on Sabbath before July 15. Forms are available in the foyer. Invite family and friends.
JOB OPENING: The Potomac Conference has an opening for a communications specialist who is a skilled, enthusiastic recent college graduate with excellent writing, photography, and video editing skills to join our growing team. The successful candidate will assist in telling the inspiring story of the Potomac Conference through various multi-media outlets. This is an entry-level position that comes with a two-year commitment, a competitive salary, and good benefits. Interested parties should email a resume and portfolio of relevant work to with the subject line “Communication Application.”
July 15-19:  Basketball Summer Camp, 3-6p.m. 
July 22-26:  Soccer Summer Camp for ages 5-12
August 3:  Baptism
Aug. 11-18:  Pathfinder International Camporee at
Sept. 13-15: SASDAC Homecoming Weekend
Pastor’s Blog
Mr. Donald DeGrieve, 65, suffered a fatal heart attack while playing
golf in Winter Haven, Florida. As his body lay covered on the 16th
green, golf course officials tried to contact his wife. A steady
stream of DeGrieve’s friends passed by from the 15th green to 17th
green tee to continue their game. “Life goes on,” said one man, “so we
had to keep going.”
A lonely 76 year old ex-convict walked into People’s National Bank in
Iowa City, handed a teller a note demanding two $50 bills and no more.
The Bank employee was surprised but complied. As he was leaving the
Counter, he said to the teller: “I will be in my car in the parking lot
smoking a cigarette.” That is where the police found him. “It’s a
little odd,” said the Police Sgt. Ray Mabbit. “Mr. Stewart robbed the
bank because he had no family or friends and wants to go back to the
federal prison.”
Just two short stories that speak of the thousands of lonely people in
this world or our indifference to them. So, this comes 24 hours in
advance, for tomorrow, July 11, is National Cheer up the Lonely Day.
Why not call an old teacher or if possible visit someone who is
lonely or take a trip to the local Nursing Home and cheer up a lonely
soul? Yes, caring for another cost effort and energy, it takes time
and sometimes is even risky. But it will bring a smile on somebody’s face
and lots of cheer in your heart. Just a thought not a sermon!
Shalom, Shalom!
Franklin G. David
“See the invisible, hear the inaudible, believe the incredible, and think the unthinkable.”