RANCHO CALIFORNIA CHAPEL This little chapel began not only as a dream of one couple but also by the hand of God pushing and pulling that one couple, Dick and Kathy Dickinson, who came here in March 1999 to purchase a lot. They retired in May 1999 and took off traveling. When they purchased they noticed an old wooden cross on the mountain overlooking the resort and both commented to each other as they left that they felt God might have a work for them here. Their idea was to teach Bible Studies. God’s idea was Rancho California Chapel.
We are gearing up to start our Sunday Night Speaker and Movie Nights again. Starting February22nd we have the Old Testament coming alive with the book of Daniel with Pastor Larry Green. Donot miss the Sunday Night Specials. Want something special, leave a request here or email me at email@example.com.
Sunday Chapel Service is held each Sunday at 10:00 AM at the Rancho California RV Resort, located at 45525 Hiway 79 South in Aguanga, CA. We hold the Chapel Service in the Large Club House located in the rear of the resort. Chapel car passes are available at the front security gate. Please join us at 10:00 next Sunday and experience what God is actively doing in the lives of our chapel members. From Interstate 15 in Temecula, go east on Temecula Parkway (Hiway 79 South) 18 miles and turn right into Rancho California RV Resort. Need more information, Call 760-580-0588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org We are excited to have you join us….
The Prayer’s List March 15, 2015 Your Prayers Make a Difference Beth – is a young woman with Ecoli. She lives in Green Bay and is friends with chapel members Patsy and Randy Peters and with chapel visitors, Dawn and Rodger Greason. She is very ill but is showing some improvement (she can now see). Nevertheless, she needs prayers that God might intervene and grant her a miracle. Leticia Crowley – is the widow of Ron Crowley, who passed on Friday, March 6th. Both Ron and Leticia worked at Jojoba. She needs our support and prayers of comfort. Rick and Brenda Eisemann – Please keep the Eisemanns in your prayers this weekend as they return from Ethiopia. Susie and Dave Formanek – As you will all recall, Susie and Dave were involved in a motorcycle accident last Saturday. Susie was knocked unconscious and recalls nothing of the accident and her ambulance ride to Inland Valley Hospital. She suffered a fractured scapula, pelvis, hip, tail bone and smallest finger. Unfortunately, the injuries are on both sides making it difficult for her to find a comfortable position. She was discharged on Thursday and taken to the Air Force Village West nursing facility (17050 Arnold Drive). It’s going to take some time for her to get well; she still isn’t even allowed to get out of bed. Take the 215 highway and exit at the Van Buren Blvd. exit. Go left over the freeway and then take the second left (Village West Drive). You’ll pass the Riverside National Cemetery on your left and there is a guard shack you must enter through. She is up to visitors now! Dave is still suffering from bruises and areas where the skin was removed. Mostly, he’s just feeling very guilty about the accident….even though he didn’t do anything wrong. Both can use your prayers! Brooklyn Fowler – is the granddaughter of Sandy Kolysher and great-niece of Donna Smeed, both ladies being visitors to Rancho (from Canada) and active in the chapel choir. Brooklyn had a seizure in February and is still awaiting an MRI and EEG to see what’s going on with her. The EEG is scheduled for March 23rd at the Children’s Hospital in Calgary; she will see a neurologist after the test and if necessary, will be immediately scheduled for an MRI. Brooklyn is only 13 years old and needs our prayers that doctors will be able to see what caused the seizure. Of course, let’s also pray for healing for this young girl. Grams Family – Please continue to pray for the Gram family. Larry and Kayla are both recovering from their shoulder surgeries. Ron (Beverly’s brother) had neck surgery and disc fusion on March 12th and is now suffering from 102° fever, the cause of which is unknown at this time. They want to express their thanks for all the prayers but ask that we keep them coming until all are recovered. KT Matthews – the last we heard about KT was that when she is to be released, Larry and Kathy Blank have generously offered to have her stay with them in their home while she continues her rehabilitation. Thank you Blanks! Please continue to pray for strength and faith during this challenging time. Tony Roberts – is finally home but still suffering from a blood infection. A PICC line was installed near his heart and wife Barbara must give him antibiotics every 8 hours (around the clock) through this line. A home health nurse comes every three days to check his vitals and take blood samples to the lab. Thus, they are pretty much “home-bound” until March 30th, which is supposed to be the end of the antibiotic therapy. According to Barbara, his spirits are good most of the time but he’s anxious to recover. Pete Stifle – Pete is doing well. The relaxing atmosphere is certainly helping his heart condition….”Sabbatical from chapel board and music is working wonderfully.” Word on Pete’s granddaughter, Amy, age 22, also came from Bobbie. “A long haul for Amy but no new episodes”. Praise God that the medicine is apparently working and dissolving the blood clots in her brain and that she hasn’t had any other strokes! “Others” are people who have had some improvement in their situations but still need supportive prayers. Thank you for keeping these people close: Pam Amick (death of spouse); Lillian Goldberg (102-year old mother of Steve Goldberg is gradually getting stronger following pneumonia); Jodi Hennessey (death of spouse); Donna Isaman (Roni Wagner’s sister, back on chemotherapy); Klein Family: praise God: Jason (brain issues from accident), found a job! John’s knee surgery went without a hitch and he is working the knee but Joyce is still having problems with her knee; Bob Kruse (pancreatic tumor); Jeri McLees (muscle spasms); Chris Poling (death of spouse, Gary); Frank Roa (cancer); John & Bonnie Schaefer (her mother); Ed Yost (eye injuries) If you know of someone in need of prayers (even if it is YOU), please call, text, or email one of us. Please let one of us know your email address and we will be pleased to add your name to the list. Send it to Kay Leffel at email@example.com or call me at 208-699-0435 or to Jan Doane at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 303-522-0213. Have a great week!