The Church service was interesting and inspiring today! Marsha Relyea Miles took us on a journey of time and distance to Papua New Guinea. 30 years ago she and her late husband John, (with children) moved to the jungle to live with the Aruamu tribe. They developed an alpha-bet, because there was no written language. Then they started the dual process of translating the Bible into the language of Aruamu tribe, while teaching them how to read and write in the "new" written language. The results? Many churches have been planted among the different Aruamu tribes and thousands have become believers in Christ.
In today's service, two young men from the Aruamu tribe stood before us as converts to Christ. Both of them gave a testimony of God's saving power! Following the service we had a fund raising dinner for famine relief for the Aruamu people. We raised $8,200.00. Thank you for your generosity. You all truly rock for Jesus!!
February 21st will feature the first sermon in a new series called, “The Essential Jesus.” This sermon series focuses in on the teaching and life of Jesus Christ. Who is not only the author and finisher of our faith, He is easily the most significant person who ever lived on this earth. This sermon starts with two of the most significant words that Jesus ever spoke to His disciples. "Follow Me." These are the two words that initiated and gave birth to a worldwide movement called the Church of Jesus Christ. These words, are still alive and well today, for those are the same words that Jesus is speaking through the Holy Spirit to people living today. If you are new to Believers Church you will find that our Mission statement speaks to the idea of following Christ: “We are dedicated to developing fully devoted followers of Christ in every generation.”
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