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Update

Lay Leadership Team Members Installed August 2

 

Our incoming Lay Leadership Team members will be installed today, August 2 with present and outgoing members recognized.

 

                                        School Sunday

 

Remember, no Sunday School during August. Sunday School Round Up is September 13th.

 

Lay Leadership Team Meeting

 

Our next Lay Leadership Team meeting is August 11. Discussion regarding budget and setting budget priorities will be part of the team’s discussion. All are welcomed.

Life Notes

Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
In one scene in “The Battle of the Five Armies,” the Hobbit Bilbo tells the Wizard Gandalf how lucky he (Bilbo) has been. Gandalf replied, “You don’t really suppose do you, that all your adventures and escapes were managed by mere luck?” As the movie unfolds we see there is providence, a right and wrong and the main battle is not between armies but rather overcoming evil and greed.

Pride, selfishness and greed drives out peace, honesty, truth, love and contentment. The quest for riches drives the armies to war at Lonely Mountain. How can greed be overcome? In this Middle- Earth world is there no one that show them the truth? How is greed overcome in our lives?

Question of the week: What tree in the Garden of Eden were Adam and Eve forbidden to eat?

Answer: The tree in the Garden of Eden that Adam and Eve were forbidden to eat was the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

“Cinema, Culture and Christ!”
Sunday, we complete a series called “Cinema, Culture and Christ!” The movie discussed today is the latest Hobbit movie called, The Battle of the Five Armies.

Family Night at Word of Life- BINGO @ WOL
A kick-off event at the new church (hopefully) for all on Saturday, January 31, 5 p.m. Bring a gift for the game, a guest to introduce and a can (ranch style beans, corn, minestrone soup, rotel tomatoes, or veg-all) to put in the soup pot.

LifeCenter Update – On Schedule
We are hoping to move into our new facility at the latest by mid-February. Our work team, led by Luke Renken, has completed almost all their projects. The tile is completed and the platform (stage) is constructed. Our sign and logo for the side of the church is installed. An inspection from the Fire Inspector is being scheduled and his decision will determine our occupancy date. The address is 200 Fletcher Avenue.

Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend
Invest in the Success of Your Marriage on a Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend! The next Weekend is Feb. 13-15, 2015, at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lincoln Airport in Lincoln, NE. Apply online at GodLovesMarriage.org, or contact Randy & Jill Sigler at randjsigler@inebraska.com or 402-486-1342 for more information.

Life Notes

“Mockingjay & Our Calling!”
“What is a Mockingjay?” is a question probably best answered by those under 20 and other fans of Suzanne Collins and her books about the future world. This future world is centered around a cultural event called the Hunger Games. The movie “Mockingjay” is named after a hybrid bird in this future world portrayed in the Hunger Games trilogy. The Mockingjay can mimic voices and songs perfectly and repeats and repeats and repeats. In the trilogy the Mockingjay becomes a symbol of hope against tyranny and evil.

Katniss Everdeen survives the Hunger Games, becomes a heroine and her oppressed fellow citizens view her as the Mockingjay. Katniss volunteered to enter the games replacing her younger sister, Primrose. She answered her calling because of her love for Primrose and her sense of duty. Surviving she discovers she has a new calling. She is confronted with a calling to overcome evil, tyranny and bring freedom to those who are oppressed. This was not Katniss’ plan or desire. Yet the tyrannized fellow citizens see Katniss as their only hope against the evil that holds them as slaves. The call is there and repeats and repeats and repeats. How is it answered?

Question of the week: In the Old Testament, God sent special men and a woman called judges to lead the Israelites. What was the role of these Israelite judges?

Answer: The judges did many times play the role as an official with the authority to administer justice, as we commonly view judges. Most judges however acted primarily as military leaders in times of war. These leaders were thought of as being sent by God to deliver the people from a threat.

Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend
Invest in the Success of Your Marriage on a Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend! The next Weekend is Feb 13-15, 2015, at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lincoln Airport in Lincoln, NE. Apply online at GodLovesMarriage.org, or contact Randy & Jill Sigler at randjsigler@inebraska.com or 402-486-1342 for more information. But hurry – pre-registration is required by January 13, 2015.

LifeCenter Update- On Schedule
We are hoping to move into our new facility in late January. Our work team has been very active this past week under the leadership of Luke Renken. Chairs for the sanctuary have been ordered and our sign and logo for the side of the church is being prepared. A contractor has been hired to install the carpet. The address is 200 Fletcher Avenue.

Life Notes

“God of Peace!” – 1 Thessalonians 5:23
At times, it seems we have a secret to share that everyone is looking for. It remains a secret, not because we try to keep it hidden, but rather because many choose to not find it. The secret to life, which we are chosen to share, is that God has given us a world of complexity and in this world is hope, joy and peace.

The opposing view, a sophisticated religion of disbelief, discredits purpose, morality and beauty and replaces it with an explanation that everything is determined by chance. The renowned agnostic Carl Sagan attested to this belief when he wrote, “We would prefer it to be otherwise, of course, but there is no compelling evidence for a cosmic Parent who will care for us and save us from ourselves. It is up to us.”

So here we are, in between Christmas past and a New Year ahead. The Christmas Celebration has given us the opportunity to know and feel the cause of “Peace on earth!” Paul tells in 1 Thessalonians 5:23, “Now may the God of peace make you holy in every way…” So, yes Lord, you are the God of purpose, of beauty, of joy, of hope and peace. We come to you to confidently knowing that through you fear and chance is removed and peace is given.

Question of the week: Joseph was warned in a dream to take Mary and Jesus and flee from Bethlehem because Herod wanted to kill “the King of the Jews.” What country did they flee to?

Answer: The answer, Egypt, is given in Matthew 2.13-15. “Rise, take the child and his mother, and flee to Egypt, and remain there until I tell you, for Herod is about to search for the child, to destroy him.” And he rose and took the child and his mother by night and departed to Egypt and remained there until the death of Herod.”

Sunday School and LifeGroups Resume
Sunday, Jan. 4, we resume our regular time for Sunday School and LifeGroups.

New Year’s Series
On Jan. 4 we begin a series called “Cinema, Culture and Christ!” . The first movie we will reference is “Mockingjay Part 1.” Other movies we will look at in the series are “Exodus” and “Unbroken.” Is there a recent movie you would like to suggest is a part of the series?

Church Updates – Word of Life Directory
Word of Life has a church directory with photos thanks to Larry and Susan Biel for the pictures and Haley Kindrex for organizing and entering information. It includes phone numbers and addresses. Go to Church Updates and click on the icon in the upper right hand corner.

Life Notes

Join us us Wednesday evening for our Christmas Eve Candlelight Service called “Children of Light!” – 1 Thess. 5:5
A prophet of old had prophesied that a Messiah, a king, was to be born in Bethlehem of Judea. A star appeared in the sky leading certain wise men from the east to Jerusalem to ask, “Where is the king of the Jews who has been born? For we have followed a star.”

After being told the king would have been born in Bethlehem, they continued their search. Soon the star appeared again, lighting the way to the Christ Child, stopping over the home were the Christ child was. “When they saw the star, they rejoiced exceedingly with great joy.” Matthew 2:10. The star light had brought them to their destination. That light continues to lead us, children of light.

Question for Christmas Eve: The angel spoke to the shepherds and told them the Savior had been born in the town of David. What was the name of this town and what sign were they given so they would know where to find this baby?

Answer: The town was Bethlehem and the angel said, “And this will be a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in swaddling cloths and lying in a manger.”

Welcome to our Guests
Word of Life welcomes you on the part of Pastor Larry Oetting and all the partners in the Gospel here at Word of Life. We are blessed with your presence as we worship together in the presence of the Spirit of God.

Christmas and New Year Schedule Updates
There is a Christmas Eve Communion service on December 24th at 6:00 p.m. That is our only special Holiday Service. There is no Sunday School or LifeGroups held on December 28th. On January 4th, we resume our Sunday School and LifeGroups at 9:15 a.m.

All services are at our present Fallbrook Blvd. location.

Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend
Invest in the Success of Your Marriage on a Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend! The next Weekend is Feb 13-15, 2015, at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lincoln Airport in Lincoln, NE. Apply online at GodLovesMarriage.org, or contact Randy & Jill Sigler at randjsigler@inebraska.com or 402-486-1342 for more information. But hurry – pre-registration is required by January 13, 2015.

Orphan Grain Train Christmas Love Gifts
Grant Schmidt, Vice President of Orphan Grain Train, has announced a Christmas Gift Outreach Ministry of Orphan Grain Train coordinated with churches. Word of Life has been selected by Orphan Grain Train as a church to designate recipients to receive this Christmas gift. Contact pastor or Grant for more information.

LifeCenter Update – On Schedule
We are on schedule to be able to move into our new facility early next year, probably in January. Painting is almost completed. Our work team of Phil Dani, Greg Larson, Dan Walla, Tom Hoegemeyer, Lucas Mohrman, Lucas Renken and others have installed tile and cabinets this week. Chairs for the sanctuary have been ordered and our sign and logo for the side of the church is being prepared. A contractor has been hired to install the carpet. The address is 200 Fletcher Avenue.

Life Notes

“Blameless!” – 1 Thes. 3:11-13
Paul had risked his life to share the Word of God with the Thessalonians. Yet, he had been forced to leave early because of rioting and anger directed at him and our returning King. After a few weeks of sharing the Good News, he fled Thessalonica. Perhaps he regretted that decision. Certainly, at other times, he had weathered difficult situations. What we know is he was elated, relieved and thankful to hear the great report that the Thessalonians had remained faithful and were known for their deeds and love. Paul’s words show this, “How we thank God for you! Because of you we have great joy as we enter God’s presence. Night and day we pray earnestly for you, asking God to let us see you again to fill the gaps in your faith.” 1Thes. 3:9-10. With words of encouragement, Paul challenges them and us to remain blameless through the power of the Spirit as they and we wait for the coming of Jesus. And all the people say Amen!

Question of the week: Joseph and Mary were from Nazareth which is about 75 miles from Bethlehem where Jesus was born. Why did Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus?

Answer: In Luke 2 we find the answer. “In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. … And all went to be registered, each to his own town. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, from the town of Nazareth, to Judea, to the city of David, which is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and lineage of David, to be registered with Mary, his betrothed, who was with child.”

Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend
Invest in the Success of Your Marriage on a Lutheran Marriage Encounter Weekend! The next Weekend is Feb 13-15, 2015, at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lincoln Airport in Lincoln, NE. Apply online at GodLovesMarriage.org, or contact Randy & Jill Sigler at randjsigler@inebraska.com or 402-486-1342 for more information. But hurry – pre-registration is required by January 13, 2015.

Orphan Grain Train Christmas Love Gifts
Grant Schmidt, Vice President of Orphan Grain Train, has announced a Christmas Gift Outreach Ministry of Orphan Grain Train coordinated with churches. Word of Life has been selected by Orphan Grain Train as a church to designate recipients to receive this Christmas gift. Contact pastor or Grant for more information.

Family Life Minister – Larry Biel
A Family Life Minister is trained to help families of all descriptions to grow in faith and function as part of the body of Christ. Family assessment opportunities are made available to help families set and reach their goals. A family is defined as an individual or a group that lives under one roof and can includes a wide range of needs within their lives from the cradle to the grave. Activities and programs are made available at church and in the home to provide families with the tools needed to move forward in their faith journey. Larry Biel received his Master’s in Family Life Ministry from Concordia University, Seward in 2004 and is willing to aid your family with some of the questions, concerns, and desires you may have for your family.

Life Notes

“Word of God!” – 1 Thes. 2:13, 19-20
Paul was writing with thanksgiving and joy in his heart. His concern for his friends and believers in Thessalonica, who he had led to Christ by the power of the Spirit, had been answered with wonderful news. Timothy, who Paul sent to check in and care for the Thessalonians because of Paul’s concern for their spiritual welfare, had brought back a glowing report of their faithfulness, good works and strong faith.

Hearing this news, Paul praised God that this young church had received the Word of God and the Word was at work in their heart. As he encourages, directs, compliments and builds trust, Paul answers their questions of faith. They were being persecuted and members were dying. Why had Christ not returned? Paul reassures them that the Lord Jesus is coming and in doing so reassures us. The promise of the Word is true: Immanuel was born, lived, died and rose again, is with us now and will come in His glory. Alleluia, amen.

Question of the week: Why did Paul leave Thessalonica so quickly after so many had responded to the Spirit through his testimony and believed in Christ as their Savior?

Answer: Simply put, Thessalonica became a very dangerous place for Paul. In Acts 17:5,10 Luke writes, “… But some of the Jews were jealous, so they gathered some troublemakers from the marketplace to form a mob and start a riot … That very night the believers sent Paul and Silas to Berea.”

Orphan Grain Train Christmas Love Gifts
Grant Schmidt, Vice President of Orphan Grain Train, has announced a Christmas Gift Outreach Ministry of Orphan Grain Train coordinated with churches. Word of Life has been selected by Orphan Grain Train as a church to designate recipients to receive this Christmas gift. Contact pastor or Grant for more information.

Family Life Minister – Larry Biel
A Family Life Minister is trained to help families of all descriptions to grow in faith and function as part of the body of Christ. Family assessment opportunities are made available to help families set and reach their goals. A family is defined as an individual or a group that lives under one roof and can includes a wide range of needs within their lives from the cradle to the grave. Activities and programs are made available at church and in the home to provide families with the tools needed to move forward in their faith journey. Larry Biel received his Master’s in Family Life Ministry from Concordia University, Seward in 2004 and is willing to aid your family with some of the questions, concerns, and desires you may have for your family.

Life Notes

“Wait for His Son!” – 1 Thessalonians 1:10
The believers prior to the birth of Christ anticipated, yearned for the coming of the Messiah. They waited for the Christ Child who was to come. And He came with the proclamation of angels and adoration of shepherds and wise men from the east.

We celebrate His birth, His coming, this Advent season and, yes, we wait for the Christ who is and was and will come. As Christ lived, died and rose, and is with us, now we anticipate our coming. Our coming? Yes, our coming to His feet as we see Him appear in His majesty.

Letters that Paul wrote to the young church in Thessalonica encourage us with the assurance that Christ will come. Knowing this, we pray for each other, celebrate each other’s victories and gain strength as we wait, knowing He will greet us in His glory. Praise God. And all the people said Amen!

Question of the week: Paul and Silas left Philippi on Paul’s Second Missionary Journey and went to Thessalonica. Where did he go to share the message of the death and resurrection of Christ in the Thessalonica?

Answer: Paul would always begin his sharing of the gospel message in the Jewish synagogue if there was one in the city he was visiting. Paul spoke at the synagogue in Thessalonica for three Sabbaths until some Jews became jealous and created trouble.

LifeCenter Update – On Schedule
We are on schedule to be able to move into our new facility, early next year, perhaps in January. Framing and other inspections are completed, and insulation and siding has been installed by our work team. Furnaces have been turned on and the building activity is now all inside the LifeCenter. Dry wall installation is almost completed and painting has begun. Flooring materials have been selected by our color team and installing carpet and tile is next. We are now able to “lock up” the building in the evening with windows and temporary doors installed. Our new address is 200 Fletcher Avenue.

Christmas Parade
A parade at this time of the year? Yes, a Lighted Christmas Parade in Seward on November 29 at 5:30 p.m. Remember the winter parade that escaped Lincoln? It is in Seward now, and for the fourth year, Word of Life will have a float. Word of Life’s float celebrates the birth of Jesus and is a project by our Youth and Children’s programs. The parade theme this year is “There Is No Place Like Home.” How fitting for us who know that the little babe born in Bethlehem is the gift that brings us the home above all homes, our Heavenly Home.

Life Notes

“Game On and a Blessed Thanksgiving!”
Did you know that Christ was once asked to settle a family dispute? The gospel of Luke tells us about a man that came to Jesus and requested, “…tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me.” Luke 12:13. Do you remember how Jesus answered him? With a question is the right answer. The Rabbi didn’t choose to settle the dispute but proceeded to demonstrate a truth that not only spoke to the soul of this man but speaks to all and especially to us this coming Thanksgiving week.

What should we be thankful for? Jesus answered this man with a parable with a central message that “life does not consist in the abundance of your possessions.” Then what does it consist of? Thanksgiving is a time of reflection, of friendship, family and giving thanks to God. What was the brother missing as he asked Jesus to correct what he saw as an injustice? What understanding do we need to be thankful in a manner that leads to a “Game On” outlook?

Question: In Luke 12:13, we are told that a man approached Jesus and said to Him, “Teacher, tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me.” What perceived injustice might have this brother been referring to?

Answer: In the Jewish tradition, the firstborn was guaranteed a double portion of the family inheritance. Quite possibly, the brother who was addressing Jesus was not the firstborn and wanted an equal share of the inheritance.

Christmas Parade
A parade at this time of the year? Yes, a Lighted Christmas Parade in Seward on November 29 at 5:30 p.m. Remember the winter parade that escaped Lincoln? It is in Seward now, and for the fourth year, Word of Life will have a float. Word of Life’s float celebrates the birth of Jesus and is a project by our Youth and Children’s programs. The parade theme this year is “There Is No Place Like Home.” How fitting for us who know that the little babe born in Bethlehem is the gift that brings us the home above all homes, our Heavenly Home.

Update on our LifeCenter – 200 Fletcher Ave.
The furnaces have been turned on and the building activity is now all inside the LifeCenter. Dry wall installation is close to being completed and painting will begin soon. Flooring materials have been selected by our color team and installing carpet and tile is next. Thanks again to our work team, our architect Rick Geiler, Luke Renken and Lucas Mohrman for keeping everything coordinated and moving along.

Samaritan Purse- Operation Christmas Child
The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Life Notes

Press On
As partners in the Gospel, how are we to live? In the letter to Philippians, Paul charges us, to live as lights in this world. How are we to be lights, holding fast to the word of life? Philippians 2:16. Easier said than done, Paul, we say.

Paul offers a solution, a formula to live by. These are the words: Give credit to God, forget what is behind and press on to the goal. Solid advice for all endeavors. Press on and do not give up is advice to live by but Paul does not leave it there. The goal must be defined and the goal is the “upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 3:14. What is this upward call?

Question of the week: Paul and Silas were imprisoned in Philippi. The city magistrates were very afraid after Paul accused them of punishing Roman citizens without a trial?. Why in particular was this a problem for the city administrators of Philippi?

Answer: Philippi had the distinction and privilege of being a Roman Colony. Therefore Roman law was strictly followed. The magistrates had broken the law.

Update on our LifeCenter – 200 Fletcher Ave.
The furnaces have been turned on and the building activity is now all inside the LifeCenter. Dry wall installation is close to being completed and painting will begin soon. Flooring materials have been selected by our color team and installing carpet and tile is next. Thanks again to our work team, our architect Rick Geiler, Luke Renken and Lucas Mohrman for keeping everything coordinated and moving along.

Samaritan Purse- Operation Christmas Child
The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Life Notes

“Dream On!” – Acts 2:17
Are people from a Muslim background accepting Jesus as their Savior? The answer is “yes” and doing so in the face and danger of being ostracized and persecuted. A striking finding is the powerful role that dreams and visions are playing in drawing people from a Muslim background to Jesus.

Over one-fourth of those Christians from a Muslim background surveyed state that dreams and visions were key in drawing them to Christ and sustaining them through difficult times. Just as God used an angel to instruct Phillip to go to the Gaza road, He reveals Himself to Muslims through dreams and visions. Through visions and dreams God is preparing a multitude of Muslims to respond to His good news.

Nabeel Qureshi, a former Muslim who now works with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, said during his college years, three dreams helped to push him toward Jesus. Still, his Christian friends played a crucial role in his conversion. Qureshi has this advice for us. “Love the Lord Jesus with everything you have, and love your Muslim friend as yourself. Not as an acquaintance, not as an evangelism project, but as yourself. Let them see your love for God and what He has done for you.

So we, like Phillip, have a gift to share and a vision to guide us. Who will God lead to you?

Question of the week: After Stephen was executed by stoning, Phillip left Jerusalem and went to Samaria where “he proclaimed to them the Christ.” Acts 8:5. Who had previously evangelized to the Samaritans?

Answer: Does the “Woman of Samaria at the Well” sound familiar? Yes, it was Jesus himself that had spent time in Samaria “and many believed in Him.” Acts 4:39.

Salute to Veterans Day
All Veterans are invited to join us at Malcolm Public School on Tuesday, November 11, from 8:30-9:00 a.m. for a special Veterans Day Program. This will include a short presentation by our students, as well as refreshments and social time for the veterans. How can you participate? Call the school at 402-796-2151 ext. 521 and let us know you will attend! (Share this invite with other Veterans too!). Please let us know your name, military branch, and years of service.
From all Malcolm Administration, Staff, and Students

Prayer Request for Stopping the Devastation of the Ebola Virus
Tim and Beth are missionaries in Guinea presently in the states on leave. They ask that we join them in the following prayer.

“In the name of Jesus, we are praying that this virus will be halted in its tracks. Pray that the truth about this illness will spread in these places, pray for the quick and honest dispersal of aid, and pray for able personnel to help with this crisis. Pray that many people will come to know Jesus as a result of God’s hand.”

Update on our LifeCenter- 200 Fletcher
Siding is close to being completed on our church building. Framing and other inspections are completed and insulation has been installed by our work team. Dry wall installation is close to being completed. Flooring materials have been selected by our color team. We are now able to “lock up” the building in the evening with windows and temporary doors installed.

Life Notes

“Seeds of the Martyrs” – Acts 7:59-60
As followers of Christ, we know that a martyr is someone willing to die rather than deny Christ. The word “martyr,” which comes from the Greek word “mártys,” meaning witness, says it all. What does it take to be willing to be a martyr, a witness for Christ? Tertullian, the 2nd-century Church Father wrote that “the blood of martyrs is the seed of the Church,” implying that the martyrs’ willing sacrifice of their lives leads to the conversion of others.

Presently, thousands of Christians are being killed for their faith and millions are being persecuted. The red Arabic letter “n” is sprayed on Christian homes in Mosul, Iraq by Islamic State fighters. The letter “n” stands for nasara, meaning Nazarene, to indicate Christians. Homes and ancient Christian churches are being vandalized. In Syria and elsewhere, Christians are told to accept Allah as their god or leave.

The question is “Why the persecution?” and “What can we do?” What is the lesson or lessons to learn? Sunday, on the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, as well as the day we celebrate All Saints Day, we look to the Scripture for answers. The answers are found in the life of Saint Stephen, the first Christian martyr, who died saying in a loud voice, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them.”

Question of the week: When do we first learn about Stephen in the Scriptures?

Answer: Stephen was one of the seven men who were selected as “deacons” to assist the disciples by initially handling the behind the scenes daily activities such as food distribution.

Salute to Veterans Day
All Veterans are invited to join us at Malcolm Public School on Tuesday, November 11, from 8:30-9:00 a.m. for a special Veterans Day Program. This will include a short presentation by our students, as well as refreshments and social time for the veterans. How can you participate? Call the school at 402-796-2151 ext. 521 and let us know you will attend! (Share this invite with other Veterans too!). Please let us know your name, military branch, and years of service.
From all Malcolm Administration, Staff, and Students

Prayer Request for Stopping the Devastation of the Ebola Virus
Tim and Beth are missionaries in Guinea presently in the states on leave. They ask that we join them in the following prayer.

“In the name of Jesus, we are praying that this virus will be halted in its tracks. Pray that the truth about this illness will spread in these places, pray for the quick and honest dispersal of aid, and pray for able personnel to help with this crisis. Pray that many people will come to know Jesus as a result of God’s hand.”

LifeCenter Update-200 Fletcher Ave.
Siding is going on this weekend. Framing and other inspections are completed and insulation has been installed by our work team. Dry wall installation is over half completed. Flooring materials have been selected by our color team. We are now able to “lock up” the building in the evening with windows and temporary doors installed. Our new address is 200 Fletcher Avenue.