May 15, 2019
DIVINE SERVICE:  Dr. Paulasir Abraham will be the speaker this Sabbath, May 18. 
VESPERS SERVICE:  Mr. Rajan Thomas will be the speaker this Friday, May 17.    Vespers begins at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays. 
HERNDON CHURCH:  Dr. Gladwin Mathews will be the speaker this Sabbath, May 18.
DOUGLAS LIRA, an accomplished saxophone player, in concert this Saturday, May 18 at 6:00PM in our church. Come with family and friends and be blessed!
HAYDEN MANGOES help pay off our mortgage. Cost: $10.00/per box. To purchase, please call church office at 301-879-7222.
SENIORS MINISTRY for 65+ years is held every Wednesday from 11:30 am – 2:00 p.m. All seniors are invited for an Indian meal, exercise, board games, chit chat with friends etc. Please RSVP Anu Lakra at or 301-879-7222 before Tuesday noon.
BAPTISMAL CLASS by Pastor John Daniel is held on Fridays after the vespers service in the Conference Room. 
CHURCH PICNIC will be held on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27 from 10:30 a.m. -4:00 p.m. in our church campus. There will be games for all age groups. Fun Contests. Winners get prizes.   Come enjoy fun, food and fellowship.
ISRAEL/JORDAN/EGYPT TOUR 2020: Our church is planning a trip to Israel/Jordan/Egypt next year, March 15-31, 2020. If interested, please call/email church office to register.
May 24:       Three Angels Chorale in Concert
May 31:       Cameron Mendes/Yeshua Band in concert
June 1:        Benefit Concert for International Pathfinder Camporee to Oshkosh
June 8:        Baptism
June 14-15: Pathfinder Weekend
June 22:      Baptism/Graduates will be honored
July 5-7:      Youth Camp
July 15-19:  Vacation Bible School
Sailing back from the island of Patmos, it was an awesome experience to enter the cave and stand on the very spot on in which John the Revelator had a vision of the resurrected Jesus walking between the candle stand. It was in this cave that John the beloved slept and spent 18 months of his life at which time he wrote the book of Revelation that is so dear to us as a people. Towards the end of his life, he moved to Ephesus where he was buried and we visited the place yesterday. John was highly respected in the early church and the ruins of the city of Ephesus, unlike my earlier imaginations, reveals that this was a very huge, highly developed prosperous city and it looks like the people lived in luxury. The public arena could hold about 45,000 people and even to this day the acoustic is awesome. One of the ladies in the group sang that beautiful song “How Great Thou Art” and the person on the last seat way up on the top of the arena could hear clearly.
Shalom, Shalom!
Franklin G. David
“See the invisible, hear the inaudible, believe the incredible, and think the unthinkable.”