Month: February 2022

Reverend Lucy Natasha Responds to Allegations of Fake Miracles at Empowerment Christian Church

Appearing on The Lynn Ngugi show, Reverend Natasha refuted the claims explaining that they were just fabricated stories by netizens. “Our ministry has been at the forefront of preaching Christ…all of our church services are always live and that tells you we have nothing to hide and our ministry is an open book. “As far […]

Homestead Christian School plans to offer Christian education with a personal touch and agricultural activities – BladenOnline.com

By Cara Beth Lewis A new school for Bladen County and surrounding areas is in the works. Parents, teachers and concerned members of the community are excited to create a new place of learning that will provide hands-on, in-person education grounded in Christian principles and agricultural activities. Officially registered with the North Carolina Secretary of […]

COMMENT: Christian Education Offered in Lincoln County | News

During the most formative years of life, a student will spend over 12,000 hours in the classroom before graduating from high school. This period has a profound impact on academic performance, character formation, social-emotional learning, and spiritual well-being. Lincoln County is very fortunate to have educational solutions in three strong school systems, including a vibrant […]

First Christian church to serve drive-thru community meal on Friday – BG Independent News

Submitted by: Jan Larson McLaughlin February 8, 2022 The First Christian Church of Bowling Green, 875 Haskins Road, will serve its monthly community drive-thru meal on Friday, February 11, from 5-6 p.m. As part of FCC’s food mission, this community meal is free and available to anyone who needs a meal. This month’s menu includes […]

First Christian Church fills a need for those who use the Wabash warming center | Local

Marcus Washington and Zack Cissna were the first to cross Tenth Street, through the sea of ​​snow, from Wabash to the church. Lying on padded plastic chairs, they debriefed the night away, swapped stories and shook off morning drowsiness, soothed by cups of hot coffee, oatmeal and donuts provided by JB Mobile Soup Kitchen volunteers. […]

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