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Let the Celebration Begin!

THIS SUNDAY, August 2, 6 pm at the Church

Meghan and Jason Williams are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their son. And what better way to pass the time before his arrival than a celebration! The ENTIRE CHURCH is invited to a Baby Shower at the church. Of course there will be food, fellowship and gifts for little Baby Williams who is registered at Amazon.comBuybuybaby.com & Walmart. Please join us!

Church Business Meeting

Monday, August 3, 7 pm

Springtown has always worked best when we work together. Your involvement and input is valued. Please take time to join us for this important meeting.

OAS Looks for Staff

K-2nd Grade Aide Needed

OAS is hiring a part-time teacher's aide. Hours of employment are 9:30 am-12:30 pm all regular school days. Ideally, candidate can demonstrate a history of working or volunteering with children. Experience in an education setting is a plus. Duties include child supervision, tutoring or explaining educational tasks, and facilitating students behavioral success. Please e-mail resumes to Monte Fisher at principal.oas@gmail.com

2nd Sabbath Potluck=Good Food

Next Sabbath We'll Enjoy a Delicious Potluck

After Sabbath School and Worship (with our own Stacy Nazario), we'll enjoy our monthly potluck. Please plan on bringing plenty of food to share with Church Family and guests.
Kitchen Prep Volunteers: Candi Witte, Jessica Ray & Dede Jones
Clean-Up Volunteers: Bob & Sylvia Hosteter, Louis & Dede Jones, Grace Parish, Jack Coelho, Josh & Jessica Ray, Monte & Erin Fisher, Tim & Kim Tidwell, Jody & Lisa Watkins, Clint Watkins and Lindsey Watkins.
 

Your Change Can Change
a Child's Life

Time to Fill Worthy Student Change Buckets

It's simple . . . each evening you empty your pockets or purse of your loose change and toss it in your Worthy Student Change Bucket. Don't have one? You'll find them on the tables in the church hall. That change adds up quickly and helps to fund Springtown's Worthy Student Fund. That money makes a difference in the lives of students and their moms & dads -- lifting the sometimes difficult burden of paying for attending our Adventist Schools.

Ready or Not...Here it Comes

OAS & OAA Registration Approaching Fast

Ozark Adventist School:

1) Sunday, August 9, 9 am-1 pm
2) Thursday, August 13, 4-8 pm
NOTE: Work Bees will be held during all registration times!

Ozark Adventist Academy:

1) Village Students: Thursday, August 13, 4-6:30 pm
2) Full Registration: Sunday, August 16, 9 am-3 pm

A Warm Welcome

Our "Mail Chimp" Family is Growing

We're excited to welcome a wonderful group of new subscribers to Springtown's Mail Chimp e-mail blasts. Our desire is to keep you connected to the Springtown Family. A few more ideas to keep you "in the know" and up-to-speed:
1) "LIKE" Springtown on Facebook. Simply search Springtown Seventh-day Adventist Church and click "Like" or Sign-Up."
2) Subscribe to Springtown's blog -- SpringUpword. Log onto www.springupword.com and fill in the subscription box to receive notifications overtime a new blog is posted.

New Things on the Horizon!

What's Coming Up at Springtown?

1) Prayer Meeting Begins on Wednesday, August 19, at 7 pm. Watch for details on the study topic. 
2) Springtown Church Campout the weekend of August 28-30 at Roaring River State Park. We'll be using their group camp facility with cabins. Great meals will be provided. Plenty of spiritual food, too. Fellowship & laughter will abound. WATCH FOR FULL DETAILS!

Two Good Books!

Hiding in the Light: Why I Risked Everything to Leave Islam and Follow Jesus

A riveting story ripped from recent headlines, Rifqa Bary tells her personal experience of risking her life to become a Christian. The book's drama is matched only by the inspiration of her bold faith. This is one book you'll find hard to put down.

Flash: The Homeless Donkey Who Taught Me About Life Faith, and Second Chances

After the drama of Hiding in the Light, Flash is a lighter read with all the charm, humor and inspiration a homeless donkey can muster. This exquisitely written book will lift your spirits and show you how God moves in everyday life.
Both books can be found at Barnes & Nobles (if you like to hold a real book) or in all e-book reader formats.