Articles from July 26, 2012
More than 150 parishioners of the three churches supported the local sites and served more than 400 children. Eighty percent of the children attending were not affiliated with any of the participating churches. Another 400 children heard the Gospel in Port Sudan each day...
How can a congregation lose nearly everything – its buildings, its property, and most of its money – but worship God with more unity and joy than ever before? When that congregation knows that it has everything it could ever need in the precious cornerstone and sure foundation of Jesus Christ.
A group of nine friends from Truro Anglican Church and its Hispanic congregation, La Comunidad Hispana, will be traveling for a week to the town of Petion-Ville in Haiti, east of the capital city Port Au Prince, in August, to volunteer at an orphanage called God's Littlest Angels.
Benjamin Franklin spoke these famous words as he was trying to educate people of his time in the area of fire prevention. In those days, there were few things like fire that threatened families, and business, and books!