Laurelbrook Academy Seventh-day Adventist Church

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Brenda Herra Talks About God's Animals
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Sabbath services on August 15, 2015 began with an introit by Beth Brandt on the piano.  There followed a song service led by Wendy Carr, accompanied on the piano by Min Sterling. The opening song was “All Things Bright and Beautiful”.   Brenda Herra welcomed everyone.

Adiv (sophomore) had the opening prayer and read Matthew 10:29-31 “29 Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? and one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father. 30 But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. 31 Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows.”

Chay (sophomores) read a mission story from Sir Lanka about one girl’s experience with children’s homes. TJ then read a story about a boy with a difficult arm and his experience with an Adventists children’s home.They then called for the Laurelbrook Missions Offering, which was collected by Rachel and Mari (9th graders).  Lorealle (senior) sang “How Great Thou Art”, accompanied by Jairit (junior), for special music.

Brenda Herra had the superintendent’s remarks on “God’s Animals”, mainly pets. She also read an article about pets and wild animals who seemed to have special GPS devices of their own in their heads. She then had closing prayer.  The congregation then became two Sabbath School classes, one taught by Elizabeth Castle in the church sanctuary and one taught by Bob and Michelle Gustafson “behind the glass” in the church.
 
Personnel Other Than Students:
 
Bob Gustafson – Laurelbrook vice-president / men’s work coordinator
Brenda Herra – head chef for the academy kitchen
Elizabeth Castle – works in the Laurelbrook Nursing Home
Michelle Gustafson – farm manager / works with the student vocational scheduling
Min Sterling – works in the Laurelbrook Academy office
Wendy Carr – works in the Laurelbrook Nursing Home office

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