May Newsletter 2018

A family Newsletter

Pastor Schedule for June 2018


Pastor Ranaye------------------------June 03, 2018
Pastor Dennis-------------------------June 10, 2018
Evangelist Richard-------------------June 17, 2018
Evangelist Andrea--------------------June 24, 2018


Please pray a prayer of Comfort
for the Hasbrouck family

            Also pray for
George Steven, Mazie Jean McDowell,
Robert Johnson Sr., Beulah, Amelia, Eddie,
Kevin, Victoria, Brain, Evan. Betty,  De De,
Margery, Zoey, Leah, Jason’s Mom. 

A prayer for you

Father, We seek your presence that we may be made aware of power beyond ourselves. Forgive us when we forget that your ability is always available to us as we struggle in our daily walk with thee. We seek your presence, Father, because we need a strong shield against temptation, we are tempted daily by the devices of the world. Keep us we pray from compromising your truths or engaging in activity’s that are displeasing to you. We need your presence that we may find the ability and desire to be taught what is Godlike and right. We need your presence so that we might understand what is holy and sacred and eternal.
Father, we need your presence so that we might have a love for your word with all its power and insight and guidance. We need your presence so that we may be examples of Godlikeness as we walk in the community, and as we show loyalty to your kingdom, and serve you in all humility among our fellow human beings, and as we show care for your creation. We pray this prayer in the name of Jesus, Amen.


Happy Anniversary 
Robert Johnson

Have you heard?

On June 29, 2018,
At 7:00 P.M.
The Voice of the Gospel Mission Church
will be having a spring concert and the public
 is Invited.

For Directions/Information phone
(845) 344-1982 and leave a message. 




         Happy Birthday!      

Eddie Corley, Pete Gamella, Tierra,
Carthen Davoren,  Katrina Kummer,
 MaryAnn Bertholf, Suzy Bertholf

To add a name to our Birthday list
 Email the pastor at  

Church Trip

This year the Church will be visiting,
       “The Maritime Aquarium”
          Located in Norwalk, Ct.

        The Church will depart from
The Voice Of The Gospel Mission Church
                  At 8:00 A.M.
          Saturday, July 21, 2018
             If you plan to attend
      please sign the trip sign-up sheet
                at the Church or,
              phone (845) 344-1982
               And leave a message.
This year we will be providing our own lunch
So be sure you pack a lunch for your group.

Children age 3-12,               $14.00
Children age 13 or older,     $20.00
Adult Admission:                 $20.00  
Senior Citizens                    $19.00 

Admission Price includes entry into the Aquarium, plus, free admittance into the Imax Movie theater.

              Bus Fees, courtesy
 The Voice Of The Gospel Mission Church
To visit Maritime Aquarium website, click link,     


Hey! I smell Hamburgers!!!

It must be time for the Church Picnic,
Therefore, if you plan to attend
mark your calendar now!
When? Saturday,
August 18, 2018
At the Lions Pavilion
What time? 12:00 A.M. till 6:30 P.M.
“Remember to Bring a friend to the picnic”
And don’t forget to sign the picnic
Sign-up sheet located at the Church.
We also need volunteers to cook, and help
Keep the picnic area clean
This year the Church will only provide the following
Drinks: Ice tea, water, and juice for the children.
If you would like any additional flavored drinks you are welcomed to provide them for your group.
You can view the picnic menu on the Church website at  ,or phone (845) 344-1982.  
Don’t miss another year of
Bring the wife, Bring the kids, bring a friend

Games & Activities 
For all ages

Your invitation is only a phone call away
     So call (845) 344-1982 today!  

It’s a boy!

Victoria and Ricky
Derrick was born on
May 2, 2018
At 5:40 P.M.

Derrick was born at
Orange Regional Medical Hospital
He weighed in at
10 lbs 7 Oz
Derrick measured 22 3/4 inches
At the time of his birth

Sunday School News:

Perfect Sunday School Attendance for the month
Of April was
Zoey, and Justin
Great Job guys!

Jesus loves a faithful servant

Church Christening

On Saturday, July 14, 2018,
At 1:00 P.M.
Pastor Ranaye will baptize

Colton and Tomas

At the
Voice Of The Gospel Mission Church.

Everyone is welcomed
For information/Directions
Phone (845) 344-1982 and leave message

Church News )))))))))))))

The Church is offering free Crochet classes on Saturdays, 
If you would like to join the knitting group
phone (845) 344-1982 and leave a message
For Sonnymare or Dee.

Mother’s Day Dinner

The Church Mothers were treated to a Mother’s  Day Dinner
At Apple Bees Restaurant to Celebrate their special day.

A special thanks>>>>>>>

A special thanks to everyone who sold a bought the Discount Cards, 
Again, thank you for supporting the Church. 

Church Announcements

Remember on May 27, 
The Sunday School children will be doing
The spring flower planting
So dress your child Appropriately.

Mark your Calendar>>>>>>>

There will be a fishing derby on June 16, 2018.
For more information contact the Middletown Parks Dept.

Love your enemies>>>>>>>>>>>>

Regardless if someone is a believer or an unbeliever one thing is clear, we all have enemies. We may have enemies at work. An enemy might be a neighbor or someone in the church. Most often an enemy can be found in one’s household.

Jesus and the apostle Paul had enemies, their enemies tried to kill them, yet Jesus said, love your enemies. If your enemy is hungry feed him; if he is thirsty, give him a drink (Rom.12:20). Love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you, said Jesus.
Why would Jesus tell us to love someone who hates or mistreats us? Jesus said if you love only those who love you, how are you different from unbelievers, if you do the same things they do?

When a Christian loves his enemy, it is his or her testimony to the world that not only are they followers of Christ, but that they are also sons and daughters of the Lord(Matt.5:43-48).

The Grace of God

God had His eye on a young man named Saul. The Lord was not watching Saul, because he was a sinner, or well educated, or not even because he was a Pharisee and well versed in the Jewish religion (Act 26:1-5). No, my friend,’ God was not watching Saul to punish him because he was walking contrary to the Name of Christ. God was not even tracking Saul because he confessed that he was the chief of sinners, and persecuting the churches of God, punishing both men, woman, and children, killing some who believed in the name of Jesus (Acts.26:9-11).
Contraire to popular belief God does not hunt down sinners to destroy them, but rather to save them (Matt.9:10-13). The Bible says that all have sinned and come short of the glory of God (Rom.3:23). Even though Saul was the chief of sinners, and subjecting God’s people to cruel and unfair treatment because of their religious beliefs, and even consenting to the murders of innocent Christians, yet, God saw something in Saul, He could use for good. What did the Lord see in Saul? God saw how Fervently Saul pursued Christians, and how he wholehearted chased them down. 

What if, Saul would pursue sinners with the same energy and determination as he tracked down the innocent believers? What God saw in Saul was a spiritual messenger, someone He could send to the Jewish people, as well as to the Gentile nation. To open the eyes of these two nations, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and an inheritance among those who are sanctified by faith in Jesus (Acts.26:16-18). Like Saul, sometimes before God can use men and woman He has to knock them down (Acts 26:14), but do not be shaken by God’s chastening because the Bible says, whom the Lord loves He chastens (Heb.12:5-13).

Saul was a sinner and a murder, yet God chose to use him in the ministry (1-Tim.1:12). God’s chose of people to serve in His ministry should be a reminder to the rest of us sinners, that is, we do not have to be a saint to be used by God, but we must heed the Lord’s voice when he calls us (Acts.26:19). Like Saul, sometimes when we serve the Lord, it may entail suffering. God said Saul must suffer many things for His sake (Acts.9:13-19). God told Ananias to lay hands on brother Saul, and when Ananias obeyed the Lord, Saul's eyes opened, and he received the Holy Spirit (Acts.9:17). In Ananias’ day, Saul was called Saul, but in our day, we call Saul the apostle Paul (Acts.13:9). God took a sinner like Saul, knock him to the ground, blinded him, then showered him with grace and led a preacher named Ananias to brother Saul, so Ananias could pray for him. When Ananias laid hands on Saul, he received the Holy Spirit. The apostle Paul never once disappointed God who had called him out of darkness and into His marvelous light (1-Cor.15:8-10).  
Saul confessed that like us (Rom.3:23), he too was not worthy to be called an apostle because he persecuted the church of God (1-Cor.15:9). Saul also said it was not by his works, but by the grace of God
that he is a minister of the Gospel of Christ (Rom.15:15-16). God took an unrighteous man named Saul, and by Grace made Him righteous. How about you, The apostle Paul said the same grace that saved his life is available to anyone who will receive Jesus as their Savior.

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09.01 | 13:20

Enjoy your posts

21.08 | 21:45

Thank you Evan. Andrea, glad you enjoyed the photo's
Pastor Dennis.

17.08 | 23:19

The photos really capture the fun and enjoyment had by all. It was a wonderful day of fellowship and festivities. Thanks for sharing the memories! Sis Andrea

01.02 | 17:30


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