Offerings next week are for the following causes:
Morning: General Fund and Benevolence
Evening: Hull PR School
Nursery this morning: Sarah De Roon, Alyssa Maassen
This evening: Mrs. Aaron De Jong, Julianne Laning
Next Sunday morning: Sydney Brummel, Abbie Kuiper
Next Sunday evening: Shayna De Roon, Brooke Meyer
Ushers: For July: Colton Hoksbergen, Brady Kooiker, Travis Kooima
Listen to the Reformed Witness Hour every Sunday on KLOH 1050 AM at 8:00 a.m. and
KDCR 88.5 FM at 5:00 p.m. Today’s message is “Except Ye Be Converted” (Matthew
18:1-5). Next week’s message will be “Keeping the Lord’s Day Holy” (Hebrews 10:24-25)
FROM THE CONSISTORY OR COUNCIL
We welcome all visitors worshiping with us today. May God’s name be exalted as we
worship together. The order of our worship service is printed on the back of the bulletin.
With joy the Consistory announces that Jeremy Baker, Joel Mouw, and Linette Mouw have
appeared before the Consistory to make confession of their faith. Unless there are any lawful
objections, their public confessions of faith are scheduled to take place on July 24 during the
Rev. Brummel will lead us in worship today. We welcome him to our pulpit and
The baptism of Eliana Grace, infant daughter of David and Amanda Rozeboom, is
scheduled to take place during the morning service on July 31.
The sermon this evening will be a preparatory sermon with a view to partaking of the
Lord’s Supper next Sunday morning. Supervision is exercised over the sacrament, so that only
those who are members of our congregation in good standing, or those who have received
special permission from the Consistory will be allowed to partake of the sacrament. May we
be made worthy partakers of the supper of our Lord.
CONCERNING THE CONGREGATION
Helinda Wiersma is asked to write to Gary Brummel and Alvin Bleyenberg to Derick
Don’t forget to sign up for the church picnic, so we have an estimate of how many will be
coming. It will be held on Wednesday, July 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Westside Park in Hull. A
hot sandwich and drink will be provided. You are asked to bring a hot or cold dish to share and
your own table service. Pies are optional. Ice cream and dishes will be provided for
dessert. Singles, widows, and widowers do not have to bring side dishes. We will again be
setting up a bean bag toss tournament, so if you have a bean bag game, please bring it along.
Work group three is in charge of the picnic. There is a sign up sheet for work shifts. Several
people have not signed up yet. If you are unable to work, you must find a replacement. If you
have any questions, please call Michelle Hoksbergen at 712-578-1270.
The newly organized church in Pittsburgh, PA called Rev. W. Bruinsma (Missionary to
Doon Doon PRC has formed a trio of Revs. Brummel, Griess, and Huizinga from which
they plan to call a third missionary to the Philippines. They plan to call on July 24.
First PRC of Holland has formed a trio of Revs. Brummel, Griess, and R. Kleyn. They plan
to call on July 17.
Sunday School: Today we study Lesson 43 and Psalter 27:1-4. Next week is Lesson 44 and
Trinity Christian High School will hold its annual society meeting on Monday, July 18, at
7:30 p.m. The nominees to stand for election to the board are Steve Maassen, Paul De Jong,
Glenn Kooima, and Perry Van Egdom
Save the date: Everyone is invited to join the young adults at Ingham Okoboji Lutheran
Bible Camp on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 16 and 17, at 7:30 p.m. for speeches on the
Midwest Young Adults’ retreat theme “The Heavens Declare the Glory”. Speakers are Revs.
Griess and Engelsma. Refreshments will follow. The address is 1203 Inwan St., Milford, IA.
WEALTH Bible Study will be studying the book of James this year. We encourage women
of all ages to use this as an opportunity to study a portion of God’s Word with fellow sisters in
Christ. More information and sign-up sheets are in the back of church.
The School Circle of Free Christian School in Edgerton is planning a dinner on Friday,
August 26, followed by a musical program by Sarah and Teresa Kuiper. Watch future bulletins
for more details.
All ladies of the area churches (high school age and above) are invited to an outing to be
held near the large cabins at Lake Pahoja on Thursday, July 21, beginning at 3:00 p.m. Supper
will be served at 6:00. Please bring a small salad or dessert to pass, a lawn chair, and a Psalter.
Join us for an evening of fun and good fellowship!
Save the Date: Tuesday, August 2, at 6:30 p.m. there will be a picnic for the families of the
Christian Fellowship Society at Hubbling Park. All young adults are welcomed to join us!
Urgent Need for Bus Drivers: Hull Protestant Reformed Christian School is still in need of
full time and substitute bus drivers. Without additional drivers, there will be multiple routes
without bus service next school year. For anyone with any level of interest, please contact
Mike De Jager at 712-541-2368 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Beacon Lights is celebrating 75 years in publication. To commemorate this special
occasion, we are offering new subscribers a one year subscription to Beacon Lights for $7.50!
To subscribe, visit us at beaconlights.org and use promotion code beacon75 at checkout. You
can also email us at email@example.com or call (616) 209-2824. Don’t miss out on
this special limited time offer.
Attention Young People: Tournament signup is now live! Tournaments this year include: 6-on-6 coed soccer, 6-on-6 coed volleyball, 3-on-3 boys’ basketball, 3-on-3 girls’ basketball,
Rook, and Euchre. You can sign up with your team at www.prcconvention.com/2016/ under
the “Activities” page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please sign up as a full
team. If you do not have a team but would still like to participate, let us know! Tournament
signups will only be open until registration at the camp on Monday. If you are interested in
participating in the high ropes course at the camp, you must let us know via email at
Save the morning of Saturday, August 13, from 9:00-12:00 for a combined celebration of
anniversary of the Reformed Witness Hour (RWH) with a PRC Mission Awareness
event hosted by Georgetown PRC. “Your Labor is Not in Vain” is the keynote address by Rev.
R. Kleyn (9:20–9:50). Updates will follow on Home Missions by Rev. W. Bruinsma (10:00–
10:30), Myanmar by Rev. D. Overway (10:40–11:10), and India by Rev. C. Haak (11:20–
11:50). Come to be informed, inspired, and to celebrate God’s faithfulness with the RWH!
Childcare will be provided. See rwh.org for a more detailed schedule.
From Southwest PRC’s Evangelism Committee: The true church is under vicious assault in
these last days. Satan, having great wrath because he knows his time is short, is determined to
destroy the divine truth that the church loves, believes, confesses and lives. False teachers with
their damnable heresies are on every side. Pressures to sell the truth for the sake of unholy
alliances mount. Iniquity of the vilest sort is sanctioned and celebrated in society. What shall
the church do as she awaits the triumphant return of her head Christ Jesus? We are planning a
lecture by Rev. Brian Huizinga titled “Keeping the Sword Drawn: Our Calling as the Church
of the Militant Christ” to be held at Grace Community Church in Hudsonville, MI, on Friday
September 30, at 7:30 p.m. This lecture will address these issues, demonstrating the church’s
urgent calling to take the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God, and keep it drawn.
We will also livestream this event.
Offerings next week are for the following causes: