Immersion Homes: Kelly Boyer will be moving in soon. Thank you to all who worked on the house preparing it for her and others. Some repairs to 1207 are underway to restore the bathroom and basement. If you would like to help, then please let Pastor Mike know.
Compassionate Ministries: The food pantry is in need of items like canned vegetables, canned fruits, cereals, pasta, rice, beans, peanut butter and jelly. All donations can be given to Sarah Fortner or left if the kitchen. If you know someone in need of a food box, don't hesitate to contact Sarah or any of the Pastors.
Music Lessons: Students are back from Spring Break/traveling and continuing to progress in their music studies. Pray for continued focus as school year comes to an end and the summer begins for the students.
SDMI: Financial Peace is finished and Wednesday gatherings will be as a whole group again. Candace and Courtney are leaving for summer break; we will need nursery workers. Please see Kristy Proctor if you would like help in the nursery.
Trevecca: Graduation is May 6, Jacob Fortner and Annalizia Cordova will graduate with Bachelors degrees and Sarah Crane will graduate with her Masters. Finals are May 1-3- pray for the students. Dr. Dan Spross will be recognized at graduation and gave final lecture this past Friday (4/28). Jacob Fortner received awards from the Science and Math department for Chemistry, Physics, and mentoring other science majors. Kelly Boyer received award for her presentation at the student research symposium on the film documentary project. Want to sponsor an international student? If interested, see Pastor Ryan.
Youth: We had a great volleyball game with Glencliff Church of the Nazarene before the 5pm service. It was a great turnout of youth and members of both churches. Because of these outside activities we have strengthened relationships with our neighbors. Volleyball and soccer may become a more regular activity as we have a great interest in these sports from our youth. I have been asked about team shirts and possible practice dates to prepare for future games with other churches.
5PM Service: Pastor Rudy and the Glenncliff congregation have worked tirelessly to start a Spanish speaking service for this community. We continue to try to reach out and invite everyone to come and participate. Please be in prayer for this ministry and Pastor Rudy. His leadership and friendship have become integral to the life and ministry of Trinity.
NMI: We hope to set up a time where the Lubben Family: Elijah, Ashlee, and Winter would be able to share with us their journey before they go on the mission field. We have the children's mission books and are encouraging the adults to read the PDF files online: http://www.nph.com/ -Church Resources --Nazarene Missions International ---NMI Missions Books
Seniors: Nashville Trinity is blessed to have a wonderful group of seniors who continue to produce fruit in the Kingdom of God. Please continue to pray for our senior adults: Richard Reeves (he scheduled for heart surgery on 5/3/17), Linda Tate, Margie King, Cecil and Louise Jones, Sunshine (and her brother Ken), Ed Underhill, Norm and Betty Ritchie (both have been in the hospital but they are home now), Ruth Poole, Ruby Klausner, Mae Palmer, Wanda Blair, and Katherine Medley.
Psalm 92:12–15 (NLT) But the godly will flourish like palm trees and grow strong like the cedars of Lebanon. For they are transplanted to the LORD’s own house. They flourish in the courts of our God. Even in old age they will still produce fruit; they will remain vital and green. They will declare, “The LORD is just! He is my rock! There is no evil in him!”
Prayer Requests: Chuck & Matthew Roselli, Susie Bean, Elizabeth Quinoniz, Briza Lopez, Beatrice More, Micah Palmer, Amy and Tiffany, Karen Larios, and Steve Clyde.