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Pastor's Perspective: The Circle of Life
Written by Ramon Ulangca   

One of the fundamental shapes in our universe is the circle. Think about it. Wheels, spheres, globes, stars and planets are all designed around the circle. Moons circle planets, planets in turn, circle stars such as our own sun. And the huge galaxies of stars circle around some mysterious center that astronomers are only now beginning to probe.

 

In fact, time itself is measured by the tiny atom, which has its own circular system of orbiting electrons. As a result, we experience life itself as a cycle of circles. Every sixty seconds defines a new minute. Every sixty minutes marks a new hour. Every twenty-four hours begins a new day. And every 365 days we celebrate a new birthday or anniversary, and of course, a New Year. It seems that God has designed the potential for new beginnings into the very structure of our universe!

 

Does that surprise you? It shouldn’t, because the God we serve is a God of second chances, a God who forgives and forgets, and a God who promises to make all things new. So no matter how hopeless things may seem, there is hope for tomorrow. No matter how badly we may have botched things up, there is forgiveness and grace. And no matter how lost we may be, there is always a way home.

 

And so as we look to the challenges of an uncertain future, and the ever changing circles of life to which we each belong, may we all move forward in the courage and faith of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, whose ultimate circle of love draws us back to God.

 
The Sign
Written by Judith Yeoman   
Church Sign

Visit Fort Wayne Church on Sabbath morning and you will discover a special class for guests and friends with questions about Christianity, Scripture and the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The class prepares people for baptism, disciples them afterward and provides a safe place for “vacationers” considering a return to church. The teacher is Ramon Ulangca, pastor of this growing congregation who believes, “It takes about two years for new people to integrate into a church.”


Recently, Steve Poenitz, ministerial director for the Indiana Conference, joined the group of about 15 people as they sat around the table and shared their personal testimonies. “I was amazed,” says Steve. “These precious [individuals] passionately told their stories of coming to Christ.”

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How Another Educator Looks at Our School
Written by Mark Haynal   

“I thoroughly love coming to Aboite Christian School (ACS). The caring, one-on-one attention students get here is just unbeatable. The teachers know what their students need not just academically, but spiritually and socially, too.” You might expect a satisfied parent or student to say something like this, but these are the sentiments of Luann Hallberg, a public school teacher who works for Fort Wayne Community Schools.

 

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A Refuge for Refugees
Written by Ramon Ulangca   

According to the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, over the past couple of years, some 1,500 Burmese refugees have resettled in Fort Wayne, adding to the estimated 5,000 already here and bringing the total number of Burmese people in this city to approximately 6,500, surpassing the population of many Indiana towns. With the majority of refugees jobless and poor, especially in this economy, the potential for a humanitarian crisis is real indeed. In the face of this challenge, the Fort Wayne Seventh-day Adventist Church has not stood idly by.

 

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