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We're excited to bring you our October church newsletter, packed with a variety of spiritually enriching content and updates. Here's a brief introduction to what you can look forward to:
🙏 International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church: This piece sheds light on the significant need for prayers for our brothers and sisters facing persecution globally - approximately 360 million.
🌹 Pro-Life Update on the BC Infants Act: A passionate piece by Lynda di Armani discussing the implications of the BC Infants Act.
📜 Quotes from Charles H. Spurgeon: “We shall never much change for the better in our churches in general till the prayer meeting occupies a higher place in the esteem of Christians.”
📚 Free Book Offer: We're giving away two books by Charles Spurgeon: Advice for Seekers and Around the Wicket Gate. An excellent resource for those not yet saved, and perhaps coming from a hyper-calvinist background.
🔥 The Ten Primitive Persecutions, Part V: John Foxe takes us on a historical journey, recounting the fifth in his series on early Christian persecutions.
❤️ Word & Deed Child Sponsorship Program: Katherine Shook shares about this heartwarming initiative, making a difference in the lives of many children.
📖 Titus on Biblical Discourse and Sobriety: Isaac Szijjarto delves into the book of Titus, providing applications on sound judgment and sober living.
🧩 Teaching Updates & Crossword Puzzle: Keep your mind sharp and stay updated with our church's latest teachings, coupled with a crossword puzzle based on recent teachings by our church.
📢 Announcements and General Info: Stay informed about our church's latest happenings and essential information.
📔 Saturday Morning Theology Class: We're excited to announce the resumption of our Saturday morning theology class on October 21st! We'll be exploring The Person of Christ: An Introduction by Stephen J. Wellum. All are welcome!
We encourage you to read it cover to cover, and to pass it on and share it.
Blessings to all.