Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
-Philippians 4:6
From The Pastor
Wins of the Week
The Palm Bay campus recently raised $3,000 for Brevard Pregnancy Resources, which is an organization focused on helping women discover alternate options to abortion. The amazing thing about this win, is the fact that Brevard Pregnancy Resources has a donor that is tripling any donations they receive, which means this $3,000 donation turned into a $9,000 one! We thank God and all of you for your donations, and can't wait to see how many innocent lives are saved as a result of your efforts.
Missionaries that Tomoka supports in Jacksonville are currently visiting with pastors in Costa Rica. Their goal is to share wisdom with these pastors in order to enhance their skills in counseling, evangelism and administration. This way, the pastors they visit with will be better equipped to reach people with God's Word. They are also planning to provide them with physical and financial support. Every time you give to Tomoka's missions fund, it gives us the opportunity to work with people like this across the globe, who are truly dedicated to making sure the whole world hears about Jesus.
Around Campus
Tomoka's Men's Ministry is heading to Orlando on Friday, Feb. 21 to watch the Magic take on MVP candidate Luka Doncic, and the Dallas Mavericks. The day will begin at 4 PM at the Ormond campus, and from there, we will take a church van over to the Amway Center. After the game, we will stick around to hear Magic Forward Jonathan Isaac share his testimony. Tickets for the game are only $18, and there is a limited supply, so be sure to grab yours before they run out! Contact the Ormond campus' front office to buy your ticket.
Those who are experiencing pain from divorce are invited to attend DivorceCare at the Ormond campus. A new 13-week session begins from 6:30-8 PM Thursday, Feb. 13 in Meeting Room 2. This support group is designed to help people discover hope for the future, while experiencing God's healing. The sessions include weekly videos, discussions, sharing wise advice and a $17.50 registration fee that includes all necessary materials. 
FREED Performing Arts is presenting Nic at Night during the midweek service in Ormond tonight. Children's programming will be unavailable, but we encourage everyone to bring the whole family out to enjoy the show. The Forge will be open for students to grab pizza before the show, and then students will go to the Worship Center once Nic at Night begins. Don't forget to grab a mouthwatering meal at The Nations Cafe before the performance. If you're unable to make it tonight, but would still like to see the show, come out at 6:30 PM tomorrow night for a second presentation.
Sermons & Stats
This weekend, Pastor Joe Putting continues the sermon series, "Out on a Limb."
ORMOND BEACH CAMPUS
Wednesday, Jan. 22: Nic at Night
Weekend, Jan. 25/26: Showdown (1 Kings 18:16-46)
Tuesday, Jan. 28: The Unity Series
PALM BAY CAMPUS
Wednesday, Jan. 22: The Invisible War
Sunday, Jan. 26: Showdown (1 Kings 18:16-46)
DELAND CAMPUS
Sunday, Jan. 26: Showdown (1 Kings 18:16-46)
Attendance: 3,307
Baptisms: Olivia Luke, Ellie Luke, Wyatt Savasuk, Stephanie Mooney, Chris King, Lisa King
Additions in 2020: 20
Financial Info:
General Offering: $78,708
Missions: $7,550
Building Fund: $1,689
Weekly Worship Opportunities
Ormond Beach campus
Weekend services: Saturdays 6:30 PM
& Sundays 9:30 and 11:30 AM
Tuesday Church: 10:30 AM
Wednesday Services: 6:30 PM
Chinese service: 11:30 AM Sundays
Spanish service: 3:30 PM Sundays & 7 PM Thursdays

Palm Bay campus
Sundays: 10:30 AM
Wednesdays: 6:30 PM
Also meeting on the Palm Bay campus:
Service in Haitian Creole: 10 AM Sundays

DeLand campus
Sundays: 10:30 AM