Cancun Christian Fellowship

Cancun Christian Fellowship
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Friday, January 20, 2012

Cancun Christian Fellowship 1/20/2012 Newsletter

"Forgiveness is the fragrance the flower leaves on the heel of the one who crushed it." David Jeremiah

Our Mission: We are servants of God by serving others. We share a responsibility to bring God's love to hurting people. We are a Christian outreach fellowship of believers dedicated to showing the people of the Yucatan Peninsula, through our teaching, actions and love, the life changing power of Jesus Christ.


If you are considering a commodity contribution to Casa Hogar para Ninos Esperanza, here are items that are currently needed:
1. Children’s clothes and shoes (any size-any gender)
2. Clothes for young ladies ages 6-11
3. Clothes for young boys ages 3-5

“Money is no substitute for tenderness, and power is not a substitute for tenderness. I can tell you as I'm sitting here dying, when you most need it, neither money nor power will give you the feeling you're looking for, no matter how much of them you have." Morrie

If you are in the Riviera Maya and have a clothing contribution for our children, please contact Cherilyn for sorting, sizing and Wednesday delivery. Please strive to make sure all items offered are clean and serviceable.

"People need loving the most when they deserve it the least." John Harrison

We have been blessed with gifts to benefit our children at Casa Hogar para Ninos Esperanza. We are always grateful for the assistance we receive from our worldwide mission partners. Recent gifts include:
CoF SS Member: Children’s Food Fund
CoF ES Member: Children’s Food Fund
CoF ES Member: Children’s Food Fund
CoF ES Member: Children’s Education Fund

“Remember, you may choose your sin, but you cannot choose the consequences.” Jenny Sanford

With the help of Mission Partner Brian Schaefer and his crew, we started renovating the kitchen and laundry area plumbing at Casa Hogar today. The word renovation is actually a misnomer because the home does not currently have a plumbing system in the kitchen and laundry area (unless you call plastic buckets a plumbing system). The improvements will greatly enhance the quality of life for our children. The hole we are currently digging is 6 feet wide, 5 feet deep and 12 feet long. Six hours of hard labor by 3.5 men got us down 18 inches. In our excavation activity, we have uncovered everything under the sun with the possible exception of Jimmy Hoffa. Tomorrow is a new day. We will post pictures on the website upon completion.

“Humor is to life what shock absorbers are to automobiles.” Stan Toler

With the financial help of our worldwide Mission Partners, this past week, volunteers from Cancun Christian Fellowship were able to provide eggs, cheese, molida especial, pork, salchicha dokkers, sliced ham and turkey, and chicken to our Cancun Christian home. Groceries are purchased and delivered every week. If you would like to make a contribution to our Casa Hogar Children’s Food Fund, please contact Cherilyn or Tom.

“Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.” Winston Churchill

The Doctor reported that Marti Mason’s foot is really broken and now she is sporting a cast for the next four to six weeks. Marti, we were very sorry to get that news. We would also like to report that TJ is now home and resting comfortably after surgery and we hope to see him back in church soon. Yes, he has his cell phone with him.

“Wherever you are, be all there.” Jim Elliot

This week’s Sunday service will feature inspirational songs by Paul Colman, Ayiesha Woods and Paul Baloche. Wonderful music followed by a great Dr. Ed Young service message. Why not join us?

“What is the difference between an obstacle and an opportunity? Our attitude toward it is the difference. Every opportunity has a difficulty, and every difficulty has an opportunity.” J. Sidlow Baxter

Upcoming Events:
Please mark your calendar for Sunday, February 12th, 2012 to celebrate our anniversary. We have decided on California Kitchen Pizza at 12:30 PM. The Pizza Luncheons have proven to be a great way to enjoy food and fellowship with your Cancun Christian family. All CoF ES church members and Mission Partners are invited to attend.

“Restlessness and impatience change nothing except our peace and joy. Peace does not dwell in outward things, but in the heart prepared to wait trustfully and quietly on Him who has all things safely in His hands.” Elisabeth Elliot

This week’s pre-church fishing video will feature Flip fly fishing for Sailfish off the coast of Costa Rica. It offers very interesting fly fishing action so come early…we would love to have you join us.

“Fretting springs from a determination to get our own way.” Oswald Chambers

A Wednesday Men’s Group is offered by Cancun Christian Fellowship. The Men’s Group meets at McDonald’s McCafe on the corner of Nichupte and Kabah at 8:30 AM. Please contact Tom Martin at or 998-121-1316 for additional information.

A Wednesday Morning and a Thursday Evening Women’s Study Group is also offered by Cancun Christian Fellowship. The Wednesday Group meets at the Malecon Americas Starbucks and the Thursday Evening Group meets at the Malecon Americas California Kitchen Pizza. For information, please contact Cherilyn Martin. 998-121-1315 or .

Also, please contact Cherilyn Martin for more information on the Thursday evening Christian ladies’ group. If you have not attended, you absolutely do not know what you are missing. The group meets at California Pizza Kitchen in Malecon Americas.

Remember, church meets at 10:00 AM (SHARP), Floor B1 at Hotel B2B behind the bull fight arena just east of Avenida Bonampak and Malecon Americas. Why not join us?

“Language is the apparel in which your thoughts parade before the public.” George Crane


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