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"Reaching People, Planting Churches"
To find out more about WEC, World Evangelism for Christ, whose "passion is to help fill the world with people who worship the Truine God...", visit wec-usa.org

Second Missio Dei Church Plant
Kurt and Shannon Hannah minister in a new Cincinnati church plant.  The web address is: http://mdcincy.org/

Love One Another
"This, and then hell," said a missionary in South Africa when overlooking a poor South African village.  He saw the lives of the children in that village and knew what was happening in those lives.  Take the eight-year-old girl raising her five-year-old, three-year-old, and infant siblings--alone, scared, starving, and abused, and likely HIV/AIDS positive.  What's the answer to this growing problem?

BMW South Africa has started Thandanani--"love one another"--to come alongside African churches "to develop home-based care in households" (from Thandanani brochure), to empower them to get property, to teach them skills and impart knowledge, and to share God's Word and love.  You can give financially (100% of the money goes towards the orphans) to Thandanani to supply food packs, blankets, clothing, Bibles, teaching materials, towards buildings, and towards training for the pastors needed to lead the ministries to the children.  For further information, contact David Brown at BrownRSA@gmail.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Daniel Willoughby at his4s.africa@gmail.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or Joshua Mack at joshnmarda@aol.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Donations can be sent to Biblical Ministries Worldwide 1595 Herrington Road Lawrenceville, G; 30042-5616 memo:  "Thandanani".

The Curtis Family in Scotland and Rutherford House
After moving to Edinburgh, Scotland, to pursue a PhD, Jason Curtis and his family now make Scotland their home in order for Jason to work as the director of Rutherford House. The vision of Rutherford House is to provide Scotlandís clergy with pastoral support, research tools, help in starting small-group ministries, and resources. The resources for study and encouragement are little to none, and a pastor is most often alone in his parish church. Just finding one minister for a church in the city of over Ĺ million is almost impossible. The Rutherford House ministry wants to keep the evangelical ministry alive in Scotland.  During the spring of 2010, the staff of the Rutherford House is preparing a course geared towards ministers and building a healthy church and a course for lay people.  The courses are scheduled to launch in the fall.  These courses can provide a real opportunity to serve the church  in Scotland. A couple of more churches have asked Rutherford House (Jason) to take them through a church revitalization program, similar to Embers to a Flame in the States.  To learn more, go to http://www.rutherfordhouse.org.uk/donations/.  You can also request to be added to their e-newsletter list.   To read their Rutherford Reader, search out http://www.rutherfordhouse.org.uk/publications/   Email the Rutherford House at emailinfo@rutherfordhouse.org.uk

Jason teaches in the divinity school at Edinburgh University.  This teaching position allows him to hold an evangelical presence in the university as he teaches and supervises PhD students. Pray for God to work through Jason as he trains the students. The opportunity is huge and daunting, he says, so they will start small and expand when the resources and volunteers come in. The Curtises ask that we come visit them, pray for them, and come minister with them. 
 

Address
8005 Highway 81 North
Easley, South Carolina 29642
Church Office Hours
8:30 am - 4:00 pm Mon - Thur
Closed Fridays
Contact Us
Phone (864) 859-2662
Fax (864) 850-0271
Morning Services
9:30 AM - Worship
11:00 AM - Classes