A Special Report this Morning!
The combined adult Bible Classes are meeting in the auditorium this morning to hear a report from Mike Nappier about the mission work in South Africa. We support two missionaries there, George and Quinton Funk. Mike works with one of the sponsoring congregations and he also campaigns with George. We are looking forward to what Mike has to say about this work!
VISITING FOR THE MASTER
VISITATION PROGRAM Team #1 (leaders: Joe & Teri Winnett) will meet on Wednesday, July 8th at 6:30 pm in the library for their assignments.
Thank you to my sisters and brothers in Christ, for your many prayers for my aunt, Jolene Jones. She went joyfully to her Heavenly home May 10th, 2016. Please keep her children, Jedda, Mark and Rowley in your prayers as they struggle with our loss. In Christian love, Janet Fietz
We want to express our condolences with love and prayers to Janet and to all in the family and their friends.
How blessed we are today to hear a report from Mike Nappier about the mission work in Africa, were we help support two missionaries, George and Quinton Funk with Gospel Chariot Missions. It reminds us of Paul’s cooperation with congregations and Apollos as God’s fellow workers (1 Corinthians 3:9 ESV). Keep this effort in thought and in prayer. What follows is a report from the Gospel Chariot Missions Facebook page. For the elders, Ken D
You never know whom you help and what God will do through the m. Last year whilst campaigning in Zimbabwe, my partner as we reached out was Stanley Shereni. He pleaded with me to please help with a portable baptistery for the prisons. I agreed and we gave him one and to date he has taught hundreds in the prisons in Zimbabwe. Here is a bit of what Stanley reported.
“Greetings brother, I hope you are well I am now back in Chinhoyi the trip to Mutoko was a memorable one. We had 89 baptisms and after that we had a fellowship meal with the inmates and 6 officers. At first I was told that 73 would be baptized but when I went there 89 got baptized, included in the baptism were two officers. There were no ladies because all had been released because of the amnesty. All the inmates and the two officers are studying with us. I gave then lessons from unit three for them to continue studying. I also gave out 250 WBS Intro lessons for the other guys to start studying.”
Keep up the good work Stanley and let’s not forget those in prison. We all make mistakes and need a second chance. Let’s all encourage Stanley to keep on keeping on. Thank You Lord.