Sign Ministry: We are looking for volunteers who might be interested in helping change the message board on the church sign. Let one of the elders know if you would like to help.
Our Fellowship Meal, next Sunday, February 27th, is being hosted by Jeff & Peggy Hale, Linda Lively, Linda Robertson and James & Vicky Williams. Thank you!
“And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”” Romans 10:15
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We appreciate so the work of those who are growing in God’s word and are thankful our congregation does support a fine young man, Pascal Diomo, who has been working hard the last couple of years at the South Africa Bible college in spite of the challenges of the COVID pandemic there in his country. The following is from Pascal recently, reporting on things happening there in the last few months. Please keep Pascal and all those at SABC in your thoughts and prayers. For the elders, Ken D
I greet you my beloved family member(s) in the Lord. It is my prayer, hope and wish that you are doing well. I guess that it is still appropriated at this time to say HAPPY NEW YEAR. I hope that you had a great festive season filled with love, joy and happiness.
When the College closed last year in December I left and went to KwaZulu Natal (SA’s province). The reason being so that I can attend the so called “Year-end Combined Service” and it was very nice and went well; thus praise to Lord was given. Then after I went to Mpumalanga (SA’s province) to visit my family, this includes my parents. I would say that I had good festive season surrounded by family members whom before that I have not seen for some time. Thus seeing each other brought us a lot of happiness and most of the time we spent together was really nice.
Now we are back at the College’s campus, just concluded our orientation period and about to start with our new academic year. As one who is doing his last year here I can say that it is nice seeing lot of new faces and the increase of the student body in comparison to last year. Thus it is my prayer and hope that the new students will be able to finish what they have started. This is really a promising year for me to do better and hope that is the case on your side too.
Having in mind that this is my last year studying here; it fills my mind with gratitude for you; since it is through your support that I made it thus far. I am saying this not leaving God out of the picture. Thank you so much and may God continue blessing you.
Please take care and keep safe. In God we trust.
Nhlanhla Pascal Dlomo