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District News  Stan A. Toler, pastor,  author, leadership expert,  general superintendent  emeritus, and devoted  family man, passed from  this earthly life to life  eternal with his Lord and  Savior 18 November.  Stanley Aaron Toler was  born 7 November 1950 in  Welch, West Virginia, a coal- mining community that was,  at that time, the poorest  area in the US. His father,  William Aaron Toler, worked  in the coal mines, but, seeking a better life for his family, relocated to Columbus, Ohio, and found work in  construction. When Stan was just 11, his father was  tragically killed in a workplace accident and Stan felt a  deep sense of responsibility to be a family leader for his  mother and two younger brothers. This ex-perience  shaped his life and influenced his teaching and writing  over the years, especially in the areas of positive thinking and striving for excellence in life, as well as in the  Church.   Toler’s call to preach came at an early age, and encour-  aged by his pastor, preached his first sermon in his home  church at the age of 14. By age 17 he was pastor of a  local church and went on to earn multiple degrees in  higher education, saw growth and success as a pastor and  church planter, served as an executive for John Maxwell’s  INJOY Ministries, and established a worldwide reputation  for excellence in leadership training.   A Celebration of Life service will be held 2:00 pm,  Friday, December 8, at Bethany First Church of the  Nazarene, 6789 NW 39th Expressway, Bethany, Oklahoma.
Church News  Angus - On Sunday, October 15, the church sent a team of six individuals to Houston, Texas, as part of a combined effort in Lincoln County called, “New Mexico Stands With U Texas.” The community provided over 50 tools such as shovels, rakes, cleaning equipment, etc. Also, a group of individuals raised money for “Gas for God” to pay the fuel expenses for the trip. Extra money will be sent to help with the relief effort. It was an amazing week as the team was able to help an elderly couple clean out their home that had been ravaged by flooding and work alongside Samaritan’s Purse. The highlight was praying with, and for, the people whose lives were affected by the floods. The team was away October 15-19, and came back to help participate in the “Feed My Starving Children Mobile Pack.” Over 108,000 meals were packed to alleviate hunger in areas of the world that are targeted by the Feed My Starving Children Organization.  Los Lunas Faith Family - Pastor Alanna (Jonny) McDuff will be installed as the new pastor at Los Lunas Faith Family in December by District Superintendent Fred Huff.  Farmington Cross Roads Community - Women’s Ministry held its 4th Annual Four Corners Woman 2 Woman Conference. Tammy Whitehurst from Tyler, Texas, was the guest speaker. Several ladies accepted Christ and many prayed for rededication to the Lord, healing, and special requests.  This month the youth served the homeless at Frontline Mission. 17 teens helped clean up the yard of a local home, by removing leaves, branches, trash, etc. And, 30 people attended a very successful spiritual retreat that included lessons on really knowing God.  Roswell First - had over 1100 people attend their Trunk or Treat, games, hayride, gospel presentation, prayer room, etc. It was an exciting way to connect with their neighbors. Also, they had a wonderful Faith Promise weekend  with Dave and Linda Lyle from Malawi. It was exciting to hear these laymen share of God’s call to missions and their response as well as getting a peak at life in Malawi.
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