From ACGC – March 22, 2017

After a week of vacation with my grandsons in Orlando I think I need to come back to work to get some rest. It was a great time for Karen and me to spend time with Becky, Alan and the boys, but as I get back into the schedule here at the office it is hard to believe that March is over halfway gone. Triennial Convention will be here before we know it, so I thought I would remind you of some important information.

From ACGC – March 15, 2017

It is hard to believe that we are already well into the month of March in our new year. This month many churches around the denomination will start their Penny Crusade programs. However, churches may have their programs in whatever part of the year best fits their calendars. The importance of the program is not only to our Department of World Outreach, but also to local churches as they learn of and appreciate the ministries that are happening through our churches in the Advent Christian denomination.

From ACGC – March 8, 2017

         Meredith Broadway

Introducing Meredith Broadway – ACGC Coordinator of Educational Ministries

As many of you are aware, one of our newer and developing areas of ministry has been the Department of Student & Family Ministries. This department offers services to local churches and ministries in the areas of: student ministry, kids’ ministry, education/discipleship ministry, family ministry and camp ministry. We are very excited to announce to you a new development in this department. We would like to announce the hiring of Meredith Broadway as ACGC’s Coordinator of Educational Ministries.

From ACGC – March 1, 2017

ENC President Tom McMahon

Eastern North Carolina Conference meetings were held at Lees Chapel AC Church in Four Oaks, N.C. last Saturday. For me it was like going home since Lees Chapel was my last pastorate before coming to ACGC. It was great to be around familiar faces. The theme for the conference was “Meeting the Needs of Others” based on Titus 3:14. SACA Superintendent Joe Pritchett, Justin Nash and I shared on that topic and lead roundtable discussions designed to help the participants discern how they and their churches could better meet the needs of those around them.

From ACGC – February 22, 2017

President Martin Thompson of Hopewell Advent Christian Church

I had the privilege of participating in the 141st Alabama Conference at Hopewell Advent Christian Church in Leesburg, Alabama. It was a great time of fellowship and reporting from the two conference churches. President Martin Thompson led the meetings and Rev. Charles Woodard shared a powerful sermon at our 11 a.m. service. It was good to again fellowship with longtime friends the Lassiters and new friends from these sister churches. On Sunday morning I had the opportunity to speak at Valley Community Church near Attalla, Ala. It was a great service of music, worship and fellowship with a mix of ages joining together.