Two guest speakers from One Mission Society shared Sunday, Nov. 23.
Dean Davis, international director of Every Community for Christ, whose ministry N3C has been supporting for about 20 years, shared how church multiplication efforts aim to empower ordinary people around the world to do extraordinary things, and teaching literacy is an important part of that.
James Kigamwa, who is raising support to become Director of Literacy for OMS, demonstrated through scripture how the ability to read goes beyond being a useful skill in the world: it is commanded in Scripture as essential for godly living.
Phil Underwood, of Cornerstone Christian Church in Broomall, PA, shares about R.I.P. — God has redeemed us, he is Intentional about this, and he grants us Partnership in the Gospel. Message delivered 10/5/14.
Lt. Col. Brian Scully of the New Jersey Army National Guard was the guest speaker at the annual Freedom Celebration sponsored by N3C, Joy Community and All Souls Church. Colonel Scully gave his testimony and spoke of the nature of freedom. He also shared about the urgency of dealing with spiritual and relationship issues now … because we don’t know if we have a tomorrow. Message delivered 7/6/14.
Jeff Parshall, with the Patmos Worship team of Elim Bible Institute, shares three keys to finding your strength in God through your hardships and weaknesses. Those three keys are recognizing your need for a savior; recognizing that Jesus Christ is the power, not us; and recognizing that Jesus is the Lord. Message delivered 5/25/14.
Guest speaker Peter Donato, part of the Patmost worship team from Elim Bible Institute, shares about the prophet Elijah to illustrate how the most important part of our journey with God is … the journey. Message delivered 6/2/13.
Pastor John Young and Connie Schwein share their experiences during their recent trip to Burundi in Sub-Saharan Africa to launch the Africa Literacy Project. The accompanying PDF includes the pictures described during their presentation. Delivered 10/10/2010.
Connie Schwein gives a brief report on her trip with Pastor John Young and Bev Warner to teach trainers for the launch of the Africa Literacy Project in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She also introduces the main speaker for the morning, her brother Dean Davis, who is international director of the Every Community for Christ program of One Mission Society International. Delivered 10/3/2010.
If you examine the greatest exhibitions of love by the characters in the New Testament, you’ll see they are the fruit of great forgiveness. Message delivered 1/4/2009 by Pastor Gene Hartway of New Life Fellowship in Bordentown, N.J.