Monthly Archives: August 2012

September 23: Memorial for Police and First Responders

The North Chester Baptist Church in Chester PA will host a Solemn Assembly of Worship and Memorial for Police and First Responders on Sunday, September 23, 2012. Pastor Randall C. Friedman said “The ultimate sacrifice of police and first responders for … Continue reading

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Changing The Ending

In his book Changing the Ending, Lyndon Azcuna asks, “What does it look like to live as a godly father?” and “What does it mean to intentionally build a legacy of faith in the lives of our kids?” Pouring from his … Continue reading

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859 House: Beacon of Hope in DC

“859 House” at 859 19th Street NE in the Trinidad neighborhood of northeast Washington, D.C. (aka Carver Terrace) is a beacon of hope in a “tough inner-city neighborhood” where crime and drugs wreck havoc in the lives of teenagers and entire families. The 24 … Continue reading

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Diane Susek to sing at Camp at Old Mill

Chris Gnanakan, The Executive Director of Outreach To Asia Nationals (OTAN) was the last speaker of the 2012 Fourth Sunday Night of the Summer Months Sermon Series at Camp at Old Mill. Chris is doing what most others Don’t (discipling nationals as leaders for Church Planting movements), Won’t (targeting … Continue reading

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