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Missionary Highlight – December 31, 2017 – Robert Lane

One of the reasons we must pray for our missionaries is because we send them to some of the most dangerous places in the world. Today we want to pray for Robert Lane, one of our missionaries in South Sudan, one of the African countries where violence is common. We support him through our church’s Cooperative Program giving.  Recently he was training a man who would go back to his village to share the gospel. But before he could leave, he got a message.  His village had been attacked and most of his people killed; their houses were burned....

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Missionary Highlight – December 24, 2017 – Suzie Rodgers

Today we want to pray for Suzie Rodgers and especially for her two boys. They live in Zambia (say ZAM-bee-ah), one of the African nations. Suzie took them with her to a food market; the boys went off on their own in the store. After a while one of the boys came running back to her and said a man wanted to be baptized. Her son had been telling Bible stories to a man in the store. When she went to check, she found her other son was also telling Bible stories to a man.  Suzie got the two...

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Missionary Highlight – December 17, 2017 – Scott and Alyssa Branding

The Bible is pretty clear that, as Christians, we’re supposed to help people in need and we’re supposed to share the gospel with everyone.  Sometimes we can do both at once.  That’s what our missionaries Scott and Alyssa Branding are doing in Thailand. They are working with a group called the Rohingya (say roe-HING-yah). About a million of these people left Myanmar (say MY-an-mar) — that’s the country in Asia which we used to call Burma — because they were treated harshly by the government.  But the problem was that none of the other Asian countries wanted them.  Some...

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Living Nativity in South Jersey

MT. LAUREL, NJ– The Mount Laurel Living Nativity is a walk-through, 13 scene depiction of the complete story of the gospel, starting with creation and continuing through the life of Jesus. It features over 200 cast members each night and is a great way to celebrate Christmas as a family. Fellowship Community Church considers this event their annual gift to the community leading up to the celebration of Christmas.  It is free of charge and open to the public.  If you are in the area, consider checking it out.  More information can be found here on the event website....

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