A day of mission activity for the whole family at the Mission Encounter

Saturday, October 29, 2011.

Registration 9:15 AM                 Opening Devotions 9:45 AM

Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1000 14th St. S, Moorhead, MN

Purpose for the day is to learn about God’s mission and how we can be part of it

Children’s activities all day include:

  • Children 0-5 years old, will have story time and do a craft with Jean Kugler, Fergus Falls and her Jumping for Joy Program, childcare provided all day
  • Children, ages 6 through 6th grade all day activities including learning about Missionary Friends
  • The Youth will have a fun day being equipped and inspired to share Jesus with their peers through the five:14 witness training program with Abby Dawkins, Fergus Falls as leader

 Mission Speakers will inspire

Rev. Mark Peske, Fergus Falls Circuit Missionary who works with the Native Americans

Gary Thies, Mission Counselor from Mission Central inIowa

 Breakout Sessions will equip and encourage

Delano and Linda Meyer, former TIM Missionaries to West Africa

LAMP Mission Teams from Fergus Falls and Moorhead

Project 24 – Roger Weinlaeder and MNN and ND District Presidents

DCE Traci Kohls  “DO I Have a Story to Tell??!!??”

Lutheran Island Camp –Bill Schultz

 Receive a passport to visit and participate in The Mission Fair

Bring your favorite ethnic food to share at the ethnic potluck at noon.

Bring an item(s) for the ingathering:

  • Used eyeglasses for MOST Ministries – any condition
  • A staple food item (s) for the food banks in Moorhead
  • Used shoes and used tennis shoes
  • New undies and socks for men, women, and especially children for Orphan Grain Train
  • Bibles for Liberia

“five:14” with Abby Dawkins for Youth

What’s five14?

Part 1 – YOU: God’s One-of-a-kind Design

Part 2 – LIGHT: Breaking through darkness

Your Story

five14 Team Challenge & VIP Performances

Part 3 – WORLD: Revolutionizing your generation

Part 4 – five14 Personal Challenge: 5 friends + verse 14 principles

For more information go to www.ourredeemermoorhead.org