Dear Friends and Family, Here is our latest newsletter. God has really been at work in our area. There has also been some changes to where we worship. We are so thankful for you and how much you show your love towards us! May God continue to bless you in your work for Him as

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...and you shall love your neighbor as yourself. ~ Matt. 22:39 One of the opportunities of hurricane Florence has been the long-lasting effect of its impact. With it moving so slowly and dropping constant, continuing rainfall from North Carolina through Charleston, SC for days; the widespread impact of flooding has caused more distress than the actual storm itself for many people. Many of them live literally live in the neighborhoods to the right of us

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Hurricane Florence has forced many life changes for many people. In fact, it has caused many churches much heart ache in seeing their beautiful sanctuaries damaged by the flood waters. Although the hurricane or floods haven't hurt our church in any way, it they did force us to do something new in our life. Over the last several weeks the school we have met in was closed by the district for various reasons due to

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Announcement: we are meeting at the Horne's home again for our Sunday morning worship. Everyone is invited. Time: 10:30 am You are also invited to stay for fellowship and lunch afterwards. For information/directions call Pastor Mark: (864) 391-1780 Our Sunday night Bible study/prayer will remain the same at 140 Lakeside Crossing Dr. in the Art Room, 6:30pm. Additionally, we are going to minister to our area in two ways over the next several weeks. First,

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Hey All, I wanted to let you know that we will not be meeting at the school this Sunday 9/23/18. I got a call yesterday and was told that the school is still closed. The primary reason is they don't have any staff to open for us. As of yesterday, there were still over 900 employees who haven't returned to MB as a result of evacuating from the storm/flood. So, Lisa and I decided that

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Our post-Florence ministry efforts has focused on helping area residents clean up their homes and yards. Below are pictures of us helping one of our provisional session members, RE Jim Lewis and family. A tree in his yard fell on his house and punctured three holes in the roof. We worked with Chris Frey and Keith Horne to get the tree off the house, yard cleaned up and holes patched. On a side note, Chris

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We put together a ministry package for our first responder departments in our area. We are thankful for what they do and how they put their lives on the line everyday to keep us safe. The items includes a storage container, Gatorade, water, fresh fruit, non-perishable fruit cups, and a pound cake. Please keep them in prayer as they will have to help many people in the coming days due to flooding. Also keep the

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09/16/18 Dear Friends and Family, First, I want to thank everyone who has called, texted, emailed, etc. to check on us and to offer for us to stay with you. We had folks from TN, NC, Upstate SC, and GA offer a bed and food. We are overwhelmed with the outpouring of love. It won't be forgotten. Now for our situation, Lisa and the kids evacuated to our hometown (Abbeville, SC) Wednesday while I stayed

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Hey All, I wanted to let you know that both services of church are cancelled for this Sunday. The school called and said that they have no staff available to open for us. They also will be in process of assessing damages and doing cleanup. I feel that it will be better to cancel the evening service as well. The boys and I are going to make ourselves available to minister to those in the

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