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Encounter - An Evening of Worship, Prayer and Seeking God

Jesus is alive!  That’s great news every day, not just during the Easter season. I can’t help wondering, however, that among the “Happy Easters” and the “He is alives” we forget to take the next step and experience the living Christ.  Because He lives not only can I face tomorrow, but I can know him today in a new and fresh way.  Because the Spirit of God lives in those of us who trust in Christ, our spirits call out for him.  

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March 2015

Nearly 175 years ago, on November 12th 1840, the Milton SDB Church was officially organized. Two days later, the first Sabbath under this church occurred. This was not, however, the first Sabbath to be kept in Milton. That occurred more than a year and a half previously on March 9th, 1839. The story behind this Sabbath is one of the determination, sacrifice and faith of an entire family, and one woman in particular.

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Larry Schultz paints Camp Wakonda

Artist Larry Schultz has captured the JOY of being at Camp Wakonda in his original painting Camp Wakonda Picnic.  Check out the display in the Welcome Center to see how you can take that JOY home. Canvas prints, paper prints and notecards are available by order form. Pick one up today and turn it in with your payment to the church office by March 1.  All proceeds will go to benefit the ministry of Camp Wakonda.

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February 2015

Did you know that 2015 is the 175th anniversary of our church?  175 years of serving the Lord! 

Here is an excerpt about the formation of our church from Don Sanford's book, A History of the Milton Seventh Day Baptist ChurchIn the fall of 1840 while evangelist Elder Stillman Coon was visiting the area, it seemed that the time was ripe for the organization of the covenant church.  On Friday, November 12, 1840, an Articles of Faith and Practice was adopted and the Seventh Day Baptist Church of Milton was officially organized with fifty-two names.  Elder Stillman Coon was called to serve as the first pastor.

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January 2015

As parents, part of the practical task of raising children is preparing them to eventually leave home.  As traumatic as that transition can be for parents, it is exponentially more difficult for your son or daughter as they encounter a multitude of new experiences and responsibilities, sometimes within a very small timeframe.  As we brace for the reality of our children stepping through the threshold of adulthood, part of our job as parents is to help them build a bridge from where they are to where God is taking them; and strengthening their faith through that process.

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