News From Our Churches – September 20, 2017

NORTH CAROLINA – FOUR OAKS

The ladies and young girls auxiliary of Lees Chapel Advent Christian Church, Four Oaks, N.C. observed WHFMS Sunday on September 17, 2017 by taking charge of the morning worship service and presenting the program from the WHFMS Program Kit – “Dressing Up and Stepping Out.” The YGA’s (Young Girls Auxiliary) presented a Fashion Show entitled, “Hats off to Women of God.” All ladies enjoyed wearing their beautiful hats and participating in the program.

Pictured are the young girls and ladies in their crowns and hats. (Submitted by Brickie Allen.)

News From Our Churches – September 13, 2017

                      Bread of Life Program

MEXICO

Last Tuesday, the menu was lentil soup with hot dogs and pineapple-flavored drinks at the daily community kitchen ran by the “Torre de Salvacion” church in Zorillo (Ensenada). The program is one of the locations supported by the “Bread of Life” program. The happy faces of the children in school uniforms are a sure way of saying thanks to everyone that makes this, and others programs, possible.

News From Our Churches – August 30, 2017

Rowena & Erwin Cabrizos

AGAPE HOUSE WORLDWIDE (AHW)

Japan – Rowena is suffering from vertigo, but she was still able to lead the Hakata Agape House Camp in Japan. In spite of her vertigo, the camp was a huge success. Rowena and son Zoe will be traveling back to the Philippines this week.

The Philippines – A pinning ceremony was held on Sunday, August 27, for graduating students, together with Joylyn and Jaycel (Agape House Angels). Rochan and Chipay also had their oath-taking ceremony as certified social workers.

In partnership with Global Impact, the Agape House in Mati will hold a Child Trafficking Awareness Day on September 3. They are expecting 200 kids (from their Sunday school extension areas), aging from 7 to 11.

News From Our Churches – August 23, 2017

Pastor Ayers & Deputy Robert Hefner

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

Reverend Gene Ayers of Central Advent Christian Church in Clifton Forge, Virginia was recently surprised during the 2017 annual School and Campus Security Training conference held in Hampton, Virginia. Pastor Ayers was honored at the D.A.R.E. in-service portion of this conference as the 2017 inductee of the Virginia D.A.R.E. Hall of Fame. There are six previous inductees in the Hall of Fame, which began eight years ago.

News From Our Churches – August 16, 2017

              Dr. Nely Gamayon

PHILIPPINES – Oro Bible College

Dr. Nely Gamayon, Oro Bible College Director, sent us a brief report on enrollment for first semester. She reports that enrollment is up a bit, with a total of 35 students registered. Slightly more than half of these are full-time pastors and workers taking special classes on Saturdays. Five are having their ministry internships this semester. The preschool reports 34 children enrolled.