News From Our Churches – October 23, 2019

                                   Dr. Cynthia Lee

AGAPE HOUSE (MATI, PHILIPPINES)

Dr. Cynthia Lee from Dunn, N.C. returned home safely on Tuesday (October 22) from the Philippines. While there, she conducted clinics in the following locations:

  • Mati October 12-13 (medical missions)
  • Bukidnon October 15 (preparations and meetings)
  • Salumayag October 16 (medical missions)
  • Cagayan de Oro October 18 (medical missions for PACCI and OBC)
  • Claveria October 19 (last medical mission and attended worship service at Maranatha Bible Church.)

News From Our Churches – October 16, 2019

AURORA, ILL.

Aurora University held its annual Homecoming Celebration, with nearly 300 alumni in attendance. The weekend included the Founder’s Convocation, alumni banquet, and a memorial service to remember classmates and faculty. A Homecoming King and Queen were crowned, and on Saturday the Spartan football team defeated Eureka College, 62-35.

News From Our Churches – October 9, 2019

AGAPE HOUSE PHILIPPINES – Mati

Agape House Director Rowena Cabrizos and Agape Angels held a Sunday school extension feeding on Sunday, October 6, in the Maitum area. The children participated in origami and received God’s Word. Cheese bread with juice was provided for their meal. (Bread of Life mission project supports this feeding program.)

News From Our Churches – October 2, 2019

AURORA, ILL.

The Wackerlin Center for Faith and Action at Aurora University held its 10th annual Morning of Service. One hundred thirty AU students gathered on a Saturday morning to volunteer in the city of Aurora. One of the projects involved cleaning the Gilman Trail, which runs near the campus. Students served at local food pantries, domestic violence shelters and other locations.

News From Our Churches – September 25, 2019

INDIA | Yesuway Jeevan Mission

As the water reticulation system in Chennai is still dry, the residents, particularly the ladies, of the city are still spending a great deal of time and energy collecting water from tanker trucks throughout the city. Although there has been significant rain in some parts of Tamil Nadu State and surrounding states, which are now in a much better situation than previously, Chennai city has had very little rain and its reservoirs are still virtually empty. Two hundred railway tanker wagons are still bringing 10 million liters of water each day to the city, which is distributed throughout the city by trucks.