Prayer Request & Last Two Weeks Lessons

A prayer request from Steve Jacoby.


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From: Jacoby, Steven R.
Date: Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 9:32 AM
Subject: prayer request

William – my cousin Kathy in Michigan has been given a poor prognosis
for a cancer she had been dealing with. The form had some good results
in the past but has not been found in her gall bladder. Assuming her
strength is adequate (she is very weak right now), she will begin
aggressive chemo tomorrow (Wednesday, August 31) and a series of
holistic treatments next week. She is a very dear sole and I would
appreciate all prayers for her and her husband Dennis as they go through
this fight.

Steve Jacoby

A message from Lee Anne Nichols.


— Forwarded message —
From: Nichols, Lee
Date: Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 9:43 AM
Subject: RE: Fw: Last 2 weeks lessons

I wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed last week’s lesson and
this week’s lesson. I appreciate the symbols and often feel God
communicates to us in symbols and stories. The Bible is full of
examples. We talk about signs from God, the rainbow, the moist rain.
At Clarehouse, they have butterflies that they grow and twice a year
have a service for all those who have passed and loved ones of the
deceased release a butterfly in honor of their loved one. The
symbolism is quite moving as the butterflies take flight. I really
appreciated the lessons and the history these past 2 weeks. Thank you
for sharing.

Lee Anne Nichols

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Engineers in Action

A note from Steve Jacoby.

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From: Jacoby, Steven R. <STEVEN.R.JACOBY(at)>
Date: Sun, Aug 14, 2011 at 4:44 PM
Subject: Engineers in Action

William – it has been a busy week and I am a bit slow in getting back to thank the class for its hospitality to Dr. Ruben Mamani, our office manager and mission coordinator in La Paz, Bolivia for Engineers in Action.  If you could distribute this with your weekly newsletter about class activity this it would be appreciated.  A couple of folks asked for a link to the EIA web site.

The base site is –

If you want to understand best what we do, I suggest you read some of the intern testimonials at –

If you would like to correspond directly with Dr. Mamani, his email address is –
Dr. Ruben Mamani <ruben775(at)>

Again thanks for your interest and support.  We will have a couple of our other engineers in Oklahoma October 20 to October 30 and will available to make presentations to interested groups after the 26th. If you are aware of any connections that we can make for projects or funding, we would welcome any input.  As I indicated in our brief presentation, we have found a significant model and have been very successful, but the ability to grow and meet the need is limited only by the ability to fund additional engineers.  Our growth from an initial budget of only $10,000 for year one to $250,000 in 4 years has been fantastic and has met many needs, but sadly many children and families continue to need our help.

Lastly, don’t let our name scare you away if you have an interest in helping.  Our work runs so closely tied to the Oklahoma Bolivian Mission and you do not need to be an engineer to become involved.  We have many non-engineering members or supporters.

Steve Jacoby

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Sunday 7 August 2011

We had two wonderful speakers, First, Dr. Mamani and Steve Jacoby who gave us an update on Engineers in Action. Second, Dr Bill Crowell who spoke on The Greatest Prayer by John Dominic Crossan. This is a new look at The Lord’s Prayer – wonderful study! We look forward to part two of Dr Crowell’s lesson Sunday 14 August.

Thank you to those who Greeted and Refreshed us:
Rex and Allene Donely
Lynn and Shari Goodwin.

Julie Guy – Skiatook
Audre and Grayson
Dr. Ruben Mamani – Lapac Bolivia

August Anniversaries
11 Kevin and Barbara Meehan
11 Rob and Frieda Reck
13 Paul and Ruth Giessen
13 Suzy Morgan

Greeters and Refreshments for Sunday 14 August:
Set Up: Kraemer and Christi Luks
Clean up: Bob and Lynn Russell

Prayer for Sunday 14 August will be given by:
Richard Wansley

Friday August 12 at 6PM at St Francis Health Zone: Come see David Rose do the Zoomba

Remember to go to and click on Boston Avenue to have new picture directory made – schedule your portrait session today!

Sunday August 21 – Great Day BA.

Have a great week and enjoy the rain.


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