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VOLUME 17  |  NUMBER 6 | JUNE 2007  |  ONLINE EDITION   |  (636) 936-8119




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Christian Family Day at Busch June 23
By Jim Day

     The St. Louis Cardinals...they’re Champions to their fans, Champions of their sport, Champions of the world but, most importantly, they’re Champions for Christ!
   What does the smiling face of a child, a concert by Mercy Me, and a hotdog at a Cardinal baseball game have in common? Try the 17th Annual Christian Family Day (CFD) at Busch Stadium on June 23rd! “How cool is it that we have Mercy Me performing at this year’s Christian Family Day?” said Judy Boen, Chairman and Founder of CFD. “We’re also very excited to have Tony Nolan as our featured speaker. His story of abuse as a child and how God healed his heart through his faith in Jesus is incredible!” continued Judy.
    The event takes place behind the Cardinal’s dugout after the 2:45 p.m. Cards and Phillies game.  Cardinal and Philadelphia players will share their Christian testimonies; and the Christian musical group Mercy Me will lead everyone in praise and worship. Deidre Pujols, wife of Albert Pujols, is this year’s Honorary Chairman and KTRS AM 550’s McGraw Milhaven will serve as the day’s Master of Ceremonies for the post game event.
    Two very special people will be throwing out the traditional first pitch this year; Ethan Harris from Shiloh Children’s Ranch located in Sheleina, MO and Wes Schlit from Albion, IL. Last year, despite a troubled childhood and thanks to the faithfulness of Jesus, Ethan was able to lead his high school football team, the South Shelby Cardinals, to their first state championship in 26 years. Ethan represents a great role model for kids. Wes, who miraculously survived a brain tumor, lives in Albion, IL, which is a small town with a population of about 2,000 citizens. On fire for the Lord and CFD, Wes put together an all day event this past January he called “Wes’ Wingding.” Thanks to Wes’ hard work and the generosity of those who attended, Wes managed to raise $1,500 for CFD.

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Women of Faith
June 15-16, 2007

By Jim Day

    Freedom. It’s often discussed but rarely agreed upon. Everyone, it seems, describes ‘freedom’ differently. Women of Faith, North America’s largest women’s conference organization, says that freedom is amazing and they’ll explain why to thousands of women at the Scottrade Center on June 15-16, 2007 in St. Louis.
    Why the focus on freedom? “Freedom,” Women of Faith speaker Luci Swindoll muses, “is what we all want. There’s not a person on earth who chooses to be enslaved. We all want to be free.”
    How does that universal longing for freedom translate to a weekend conference for women? Over the course of the two-day (Friday night – Saturday) event, speakers and special guests unpack what they call “the biggest, boldest promise in the Bible - the promise of freedom.” Hold on! Freedom is a promise? “Absolutely,” says Women of Faith president Mary Graham. “The Scripture not only says we’ll be free, it promises we’ll be free INDEED. That’s a pretty strong promise. And our part? To know the truth. Our confidence comes from knowing what God has done for us, not in what we have to do for Him.”
    Speaker Thelma Wells identifies with the theme on a personal level. “I’ve learned over the past year,” she says, “that freedom comes when you relinquish your worries, anxieties, fears, cares, concerns, heartaches, disappointments, biases, relationships and stuff that can cause you to be upset, to Him and leave them at His feet. It’s the ability to really come unto God and allow Him to give you rest physically, emotionally and spiritually.”

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