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National Day of Prayer

Thursday, May 5th is the National Day of Prayer. We invite you to take time to pray for our community and national leaders. 

Prayer Meeting - Tuesday 6:00pm

Music and Prayer from 6-6:30pm and then another episode from the More About Jesus DVD series. 

Small Group Study - Wednesday 6:30pm

Robin & Hank are leading out in a small group study on sharing your faith with others. Come and join in the discussion. 

This Sabbath - Lyndon Winn Speaking

The church service this Sabbath will feature Lyndon Winn, Chaplin of the Sabbath Keepers Motorcycle Ministry. Come prepared for a blessing as he shares from the word of God.

Wishing all the Moms a great day on Sunday

Sunday, May 8th is Mother's Day. Have a wonderful day. A Special event is scheduled by the Women's Ministry for May 22nd to honor the women who have done so much for us. The Mommy & Me Breakfastis scheduled for 9am in the Fellowship Hall on May 22nd. Children 17 and under are to bring their Mother, Grandmother or anyone that has been like a mother to you for breakfast. The children will cook and serve the mothers breakfast. Children under 12 years old will need to have an adult supervisor to help them cook and serve breakfast. Let's show the mothers how important they are. 

Special Showing of the Movie War Room

May 21st following our fellowship lunch, a special viewing of the War Room will be held in the fellowship hall. This inspiring film on intercessory prayer will fuel your passion to have an active prayer life. Everyone is welcome.

OAA Music Department Spring Concert

May 7 at 7:30pm, Come hear the OAA Orchestra, Hand Bells, Concert Choir and Roayalires in this free concert held on the Ozark Adventist Academy Campus. 

Two Booths in Two Weeks

Siloam Springs Members have been busy with two booths set up to share Jesus with others. The first was at the annual Dogwood Festival. Personal ministries leader Kent Barnes and a team of volunteers enjoyed a beautiful weekend in Siloam Springs. This was followed by the Sabbath Keepers Motorcycle Ministry hosting a booth in Fort Smith and the annual Steel Horse Rally. President Rick Thames and ministry members and supporters reached out to those who attended. Thankfully the rain clouds parted and most of the weekend they stayed dry. Prayers continue for all the seeds that were planted by these efforts.