Wednesday, June 19, 2019
    He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.
-Isaiah 40:29
From The Pastor
Wins of the Week
The St. Louis mission team was able to make an impact in the lives of many during their trip. For the majority of the trip, they worked in the St. Louis Dream Center, which was founded by Joyce Meyer Ministries. They worked at the Dream Center's food pantry, fixed up men's dorms at St. Louis Christian college and served food at homeless shelters. They also had fun painting scriptures on rocks for children to find, and throwing a pizza party for men in a rehabilitation facility. We would like to thank each member of the team for all of their hard work and service. Many lives were touched because of their efforts.

Plenty of mission trips are coming up this year, and in 2020. Learn more about how you can make an impact at the link below.
There are plenty of baptisms to celebrate from this past week! Pastor Carrie Graham baptized Karin Van Housen, and Tomoka's Spanish Church, Iglesia Hispana de Tomoka, baptized four people during their Father's Day celebration at Andy Romano Park. We are overjoyed by the decisions that were made for Jesus! Congratulations to everyone who made a public declaration of their faith. If you have been thinking about committing your life to Christ, learn more about making that decision at the link below.
Around Campus
Wonderful opportunities to serve are available at The Beach Children's Ministry. If you are interested in reaching the next generation with God's Word, the Palm Bay campus is having a training session at 12:30 PM Saturday, June 29, for anyone who would like to serve at The Beach. This will teach you everything you need to know in order to get connected with the children's ministry. To learn more, contact the Palm Bay campus below.
The Lifeline Food Packing Event is this weekend! This event only requires 90 minutes to serve, and gives you the opportunity to impact thousands of lives. If you would like to feed families in Haiti, while also spreading the Good News of Jesus, we highly encourage you to sign up. Times and dates vary at each campus. To learn more about when you can serve, visit the link below.
With This Ring is coming up on July 5 and only two spots remains. This free wedding event is perfect for any couple who may not otherwise have the time, money, or resources to plan their own wedding. If you and your partner are ready to say "I do," grab one of the last available spots at the link below.
Sermons & Stats
This weekend, Pastor Joe Putting continues the sermon series, "Give Like You Mean It."
ORMOND BEACH CAMPUS
Weekend, June 22/23 : What is my Best? (Malachi 1:6-14)
Tuesday, June 25: Hope
PALM BAY CAMPUS
Sunday, June 23: What is my Best? (Malachi 1:6-14)
DELAND CAMPUS
Sunday, June 23: What is my Best? (Malachi 1:6-14)
Attendance: 2,944
Baptisms: Karin Van Housen, Elisa Chatmon
Transfers: Bob Van Housen
Additions in 2019: 203
Weekly Worship Opportunities
Ormond Beach campus
Weekend services: Saturdays 6:30 PM
& Sundays 9:30 and 11:30 AM
Tuesday Church: 10:30 AM
Chinese service: 11:30 AM Sundays
Spanish service: 3:30 PM Sundays & 7 PM Thursdays

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

DeLand campus
Sundays: 10:30 AM
Death in the Family

Michael Elmore, 61. Memorial at 6:30 PM Friday, June 28, at Tomoka Christian Church, located at 1450 Hand Ave. Michael is survived by his wife, Jennifer Elmore, his sons, Justin Elmore and Brandon Anderson, and his brother, Donald Elmore.
Condolences: 241 Riverside Drive Apt. 2206, Holly Hill, FL 32117.