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Greetings my friends,
The month of celebrating “Thankfulness” is upon us!! We as God’s people have so much to be thankful for !! I hope that you take time this season to sit in the presence of the LORD and share your heart with Him.
I know I am thankful for my life in Christ, I am thankful he called me to preach the Word, I’m thankful for the family he has given to me, I’m thankful for the life I have in HIM, and the list goes on and on. As Scripture tells us in Psalm 107:21 -
Give thanks to the LORD for His unfailing love and His wonderful deeds.
I pray your heart will overflow with thanksgiving to the One who created you and sent His Son to redeem you. Know that you are loved by God and by us!! Come join us for worship sometime, we’d love to have you visit.
Stay in the Word, Stay in Prayer, Stay Connected
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|What can a small Assembly of God church of 40 people do when God's favor is upon them? How about build an estimated $1.5 million church — debt-free!|
|Pastor Bikes Across U.S. to Spread Gospel Message -- (11/26/2014)|
|Pastor KR Mele of Family Life of Penns Valley (Assemblies of God) in Spring Mills, bikes from Pennsylvania, Santa Monica, California, to St. Augustine, Florida, to share the gospel, raise funds to build an orphanage, drill clean water wells, and construct his church's worship center.|
|Outreach, Dedication of Children's Center Gives Hope to Rwandan Village -- (11/26/2014)|
|Due to the efforts of Linda Seals and Unhui Roedder of Global University, an outreach to the children n Nyakabuye, Rwanda, results in more than 1,000 children hearing the gospel and a new children's center opened -- which government officials have said will lead to electricity and a primary school coming to the village.|
|AGWM, COH and AG Churches in Africa Confront Ebola Crisis -- (11/24/2014)|
|AG World Missions and Convoy of Hope are partnering to help feed and care for those affected by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Every dollar given to this effort delivers 30 meals.|
|Mother of Slain Pennsylvania Trooper Chooses Forgiveness -- (11/24/2014)|
|As Cpl. Bryon Dickson II stepped out the Blooming Grove (Pennsylvania) State Police Barracks on September 12, 2014, he didn't have a chance as he was shot and killed from ambush. Dickson's mother, Darla Dickson, who attends Mill City Assembly of God, has chosen to forgive her son's killer — and she means it.|