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Valley News and Views e Page 7 April 25th, 2013 "There is a place in Russia where people have discovered the secret to living in perfect harmony", says Rocco Castoro (VICE). That place is "The Church of the Last Testament" in Petropaviovka, a small settlement located in Siberia, more than a hundred miles from the nearest town. "The Teacher", who goes by the nameVissarion is also known as the "Jesus of Siberia". This "messiah of sorts" has over 5000 followers all around the world. A couple thousand live in this out of the way community and firmly believe he is Jesus. Another self-proclaimed messiah attracted many thousands of followers several years ago. Korean born Rev. Moon believed he would complete what Jesus left unfinished. Some sects of Islam believe Jesus will return in the last days and announce to the world that he was wrong, and that people should trust in Allah and his 12th imam. As ]esus looked towards the days preceding His return in Matthew 24, He specifically warned "there shall arise false Christ...and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect". So He warns, "Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there: believe it not" (vs: 23-24) If Jesus is indeed returning, how is one to know the real Messiah has appeared? Look at verse 27. "For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be." Revelation 19:11-12 says Jesus, at His return will come on a white horse, and that "His eyes were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many crowns...." Acts 1:11 says Jesus' first stop will be the place from which He ascended centuries earlier, Mt. Olivet. By pastor leroy aufenkamp We have several "Whimsical Wednesday" presentations scheduled: April 24 Kameron Dahl, Safari In Africa; May 1 Kallie Christenson from Pembina County Public Health; May 22 Samantha Lahman NDSU Extension, Patio Gardening; May 29 Rae Ann Johnson, Family Caregiver Support Program. If you have any ideas or know of anyone who has a hobby or topic they would like to share, please let us know. We are always looking for ideas for our "Whimsical Wednesday" presentations. The Sugar Bowl Senior Citizens have an ongoing rummage sale. Profits from the rummage sale are used to pay expenses to operate the building and for improvements to the building. They are always looking fornewmerchandise. If anyone has anything they would like to donate, please drop it off. Household items are preferred, but clothing in very good condition will be accepted. Each season items that have not sold are boxed up and taken to the Dakota Boys Ranch or Salvation Army thrift stores in Grand Forks. Senior Meals Through Tuesday April 30th Monday April 15th Cabbage Roils, Parslied Potato, Green Peas, and Mandarin Orange Sauce Tuesday April 16 Beef Stew on Biscuit, Orange Wedge, Coleslaw .and Pear Halves Wednesday April 17th Turkey with Dressing, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Peach Raisin Crisp with Topping and Orange Wedge Thursday April 18th Meat Loaf, Small Baked Potato, Stewed Tomatoes, Tropical Fruits in Vanilla Pudding Friday April 19th Egg Salad on WW Bun, Vegetable Soup, Coleslaw and Dessert Monday April 22nd Chicken Noodle Casserole, Broccoli Cuts, Romaine Salad with Dressing and Mandarin Orange ' ..... Tuesday April 23rd Hamburger on WW Bun with Toppings, Vegetable Beef Soup, Soda Crackers, and Fruit Cocktail Wednesday April 24th Pork Chop in Mushroom Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Peas and Carrots and Tropical Fruits Thursday April 25th SalisburySteak, BoiledPotatoes, Scandinavian Vegetable and Peach Fruit Salad Friday April 26th Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, and Pineapple.., in Gelatin Monday April 29th Baked Fish, Parslied Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Orange Slice Garnish and Peaches Tuesday April 30th BBQ Ribs, Baked Potato, Squash, Pineapple and Cherry Cobbler All meals served with whole wheat bread, margarine and 1% milk. Suggested donation is $4.00, Under 60, $6.75. Pembina County Meals and Transportation - Call: 454-6586 North Dakota District Lutheran Laymen's League to Hold Spring Rallies The North Dakota District Laymen's League will be holding several Spring Rallies across the state during April and May. The guest mission speaker will be Mr. Joe Boway who was born and grew up in Africa. When logging trucks came into the jungle, missionaries were able to get to Joe's village. Come hear the inspiring story of how God uses a bay born in the jungles of Africa to spread the word. Joe now lives in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, with Glendora his wife, and two young sons. He is the head of the Liberian Children's Ministry, with 12 schools serving over 3000 students and baptizing over 300 in 2012. The rally schedule for Northeastern North Dakota is as follows: Sunday April 28 Bible Study at Immanuel Lutheran Church Fargo 9:30 a.m. Sunday April 28 St Andrew Lutheran Church West Fargo 2:00 p.m. Monday April 29 Our Redeemer Lutheran Church Moorhead 7:00 p.m. Monday April 29 Immanuel Lutheran Church Grand Forks, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday April 30 Our Savior Lutheran Church Bottineau 7:30 p.m. Plan to attend an inspiring mission rally near you on bringing Christ to the Nations and the Nations to the Church. The Lutheran Laymen's League is an auxiliary of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and has a membership of 1200 plus in the North Dakota District. The family of Herbert "Happy" Stegman would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that gave their love and support to us during the time of our recent loss. Thanks to everyone that visited at the hospital, for all the food, food and food that was brought to our house, to all the helpers with the snow removal at the house and by the church, all the beautiful flowers, cards, memorials, comforting words and especially the prayers! Although impossible to thank everyone individually, we would like to send special thanks out to the Drayton Ambulance Crew (Greg Kalka, Bill Tuttle, and Rob Boll) for their patience and kindness; the amazing 5th and 6th floor staff at Altru Hospital for the tender care they gave "Happy" and our family throughout his journey; Pastor Seter for his support and special services; Linda Merrill, Sheila Weinlaeder, Nicole Holzinger ,for the beautiful music; the ladies and men at Trinity for the lunch; and to all of the people that traveled many miles to be with us and join us in the celebration of our father, grandfather and great grandfather's life. Words can't express our heartfelt thanks to all for the love, support and prayers extended to our family. May God Bless you all! Carol Stegman and Family Our Dad, Ray Emanuelson, passed away on February 23, 2013 .... in his passing we all lost a great man. He was a man with a gentle heart., loved and cared for all creatures great and small. We remember him bringing home many orphaned creatures; birds, fox, dogs, cats: He opened his home to people that were in need and never said a bad thing about anyone. If there were more people like him in the world,. the world would be a better place. We all have different memories of Dad, yet they have a common thread, that Ray was a simple man, never boastful, always friendly, easy-going, and helpful to those in need. Ray was a farmer all his life as he often shared with us that he was working alongside his father when he was 6 years old and stayed involved with farming even after retiring as he watched his children continue the farming operation. He will be remembered by many as the farmer that even in his 90's drove all over the countryside to inspect the crops and check on the fields. He saw many changes over his life time; from horses to work the farm to GPS operated tractors. He was a farmer, a father, a husband, and a friend. We will always remember what he taught us about life and hold him dear in our hearts. We would like to thank each and everyone, family and friends that shared in celebrating the man that Ray was. It helped in our moments of remembering when others shared their own memories and how he may have touched them in his special way. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the food brought to the houses, the very beautiful flowers and plants for the funeral, the memorials given in dad's name, all the hugs and kind thoughts shared, and the cards and prayers sent our way. May God Richly Bless each and every one of you. Ray's Family, Michael, Tracy, Becky, Morgan, and Paige Kristi, Dana, Grant, Megan, and Ryan Gregory and Brenda Randall Katherine, Robert, Jason, Maria, Cody, Chance, Caden, Chloe, and Jessica David L. 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