July 11, 2019
“Taste and see that the Lord is good.” -Psalm 34:8a
Chef Sarah Shares her
Mission at the Veg Hub
Restaurant in Oakland
Before the Veg Hub got started in late 2016, Sarah Bellot was on board to help. Sarah first heard about the Veg Hub (a vegan bistro in downtown Oakland that is committed to social good) from Chef GW Chew. She now helps teach after-school cooking classes for Oakland youth as a way to minister to the community. Everyone who walks through the Veg Hub doors can expect to hear her happy greeting, “Hi family, where’re you from?” Sarah is passionate about living God’s love through her work at the Veg Hub.
Learn more about the Veg Hub:
Veg Hub Apprenticeship
Provides Hands-On Work
Experience for Students
Meet Aryn Flaig, an entrepreneur-in-training who joined the Veg Hub team in May. Aryn works as an apprentice to the Veg Hub’s general manager Chef Chew—experience that helps her meet requirements for her culinary arts and business degree from Southern Adventist University. “My goal is to someday start my own vegan restaurant and use it as a ministry,” Aryn says. Not only is Aryn excited about the skills she is learning, she also enjoys the atmosphere at the restaurant. “I see Jesus in the atmosphere of this place,” she says. “The way we treat each other and the people that come in affects the customers. They relax when they come in and talk to us and their neighbors.”
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Western Prayer Circle
Today, join us in praying for our camp meetings. Pray that those attending are blessed by the fellowship and messages. Ask God to bless those who work behind the scenes to make camp meeting a reality.
P.S. Did You Know?
It was at a Yountville camp meeting in 1873 that the first California Conference was officially organized, with seven churches and 253 members. Pioneer missionary J. N. Loughborough was elected the first conference president.