Bulletin – October 31st, 2021

Save the dates…

  • November 14…2nd Sunday singing at 5 pm at the home of Reuben and Roma Lacuata. Please bring a
    dish to share.
  • November 20…3rd Saturday Community Outreach at Liberty Park just north of the church building at
    11860 Telephone Ave, from 10:00 – 2:00. Please see Reuben or Roma Lacuata or Karen Burton for more
  • November 23…the Lunch Bunch will be gathering at Los Portales located at 10244 Central Ave.,
    Montclair, at 11:30 AM. We had a total of 13 people who enjoyed the last luncheon fellowship and hope
    YOU can join us this month!


…but prayer was being made earnestly to God for him by the church. Acts 12:5

  • Gaby Bailey-Juarez: Gaby is resting at home, recovering from her Liver & Kidney Transplant.
  • Leota Jackson fell and broke her hip and is residing at Montclair Royale in Montclair. Also, remember Leota in your prayers for the recent passing of her husband, John.
  • Vince and Dodie Ellingson, former members at Chino, now reside in Kalispell, MT. Dodie is in a memory care facility and Vince is in the hospital due to a recent fall on his new artificial knee. It got infected and they are removing it to replace with another one. He is looking at a 3 month hospital stay.
  • Randy Proffitt, Danny Proffitt’s nephew, has completed his radiation for the cancer that is wrapped around his spinal cord. He is no longer a candidate for any further radiation. He is now receiving chemo therapy for the cancer that is in both lungs and chest cavity. Danny and Cindy covet your prayers not only for Randy’s physical well being, but more importantly his spiritual.
  • Glenn McCoy, former Elder at the State College congregation, is in a nursing care facility and is struggling.
  • Tom Brown, Bob Mellard’s brother-in-law who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, is suffering from seizures and is recovering at home.
  • Mildred Hamilton is struggling with health issues and has recently had a couple of falls. Phone calls are welcome and she can have visitors, but you need to make an appointment with Oakmont where she resides.
  • Dave Board, ORPHAN’S LIFELINE CEO AND CO-FOUNDER, has been diagnosed with a form of lymphoma and is currently undergoing treatment in Kalispell, MT. Prayers have been requested for Dave, his family and Orphan’s Lifeline in this difficult time. Cards and other forms of encouragement can be mailed to: P.O. Box 1100, Kalispell, MT. 59903.
  • Nichole Tatum, Deja Brunel’s Dental Hygienist, has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy.
  • John Clement, Anne Rupel’s brother, is having difficulties after a surgery. Anne has asked for prayers for John, his family, and his doctors.
  • Linda and Joshua Ankiah, who are missionaries in South Africa, with two children, Leah and Luke. They are experiencing major unrest in the region. Joshua and their son, Luke, are a part of a group of local men rotating guard duty and trying to protect their area from the Zulu rampage. Delbert Henson, a brother-in-Christ, who is serving in the military, has developed some serious health
  • Joe Lueras is being treated for prostate cancer.
  • Diana Silva, Joe Lueras’ daughter, has been diagnosed with stage one breast cancer.
  • Richard and Connie Ramirez are dealing with family issues and are requesting prayers on their behalf.
  • Thomas, a student who attends the school where Brunel is a principal, underwent emergency surgery to remove infection on the top of his brain that resulted from a sinus infection. His hospital recovery is ahead of schedule and is asking when he can go back to school.
  • Alana, Anthony and Amy Alvo’s neighbor, is struggling with colon cancer.
  • Cece Sais is recovering from shingles on her face and is healing well.
  • Stacy Rooney, Cece’s daughter, is recovering from COVD.



OUR SENIORS: Lee Dacus, Joe/Lupe Lueras, Ken McCutcheon, Mildred Hamilton, Bob Alvord, Earlene Abraham, Vera Anthony, John/Leota Jackson, Jean Williams, Jerry/Carol Thompson, Fred/Barbara Bailey and Charlene Osborne.


MILITARY: Ed Vales’ granddaughter’s husband, (AJ Jones), is at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Tacoma, WA, Damon Aragon’s nephew, and Xander Armas, USMC San Diego

OUR SHEPHERDS: Corey, Gene, and Reuben. Those works that the congregation supports: The children of Orphan’s Lifeline, City of Children and Agape Village, the 3 preacher training schools, the congregations supported in the Philippines, and In Search of The Lord’s Way television program.

November Birthdays

11/05 Leon Strayer
11/07 Earlene Abraham
11/15 Brunel Merilus
11/16 Keegan Nott
11/21 Bob Dorling
11/22 Carol Thompson
11/28 Lee Dacus

Works we support…

Benevolent Support

City of Hope, (Orphanage in Mexico), Orphan’s Lifeline International (Orphans in Russia and Africa),
Agape Village, (Children’s Home).

Evangelistic Support

James Lloyd, (local evangelist), Bear Valley Bible Institute, Sunset International Bible Institute, Southwest
School of Bible Studies, (preaching training schools).

Congregation Support


Television Program Support

IN SEARCH OF THE LORD’S WAY, (nationwide gospel tv program)

Read Through the Bible in 2021! Here is the reading schedule for 11/01-11/30.
The reading schedule is chronological and is taken from:

1 Luke 14-17
2 Luke 18-21
3 Luke 22-24
4 John 1-3
5 John 4-6
6 John 7-10
7 John 11-13
8 John 14-17
9 John 18-21
10 Acts 1-2
11 Acts 3-5
12 Acts 6-9
13 Acts 10-12
14 Acts 13-14
15 James 1-2
16 James 3-5
17 Galatians 1-3
18 Galatians 4-6
19 Acts 15-18:11
20 1 Thessalonians 1-5
21 2 Thessalonians 1-3; Acts 18:21-19:10
22 1 Corinthians 1-4
23 1 Corinthians 5-8
24 1 Corinthians 9-12
25 1 Corinthians 13-16
27 2 Corinthians 4-6
28 2 Corinthians 7-9
29 2 Corinthians 10-13
30 Acts 20:2; Romans 1-4

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