Here at Church of Christ in
St. Mary’s County we use the World Bible School study materials for all
requests that come directly to us.
If you would like to request study
materials to learn more about God’s word and the “Good News” from Jesus
you can email us at:
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World Bible School follow this link:
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God bless you.
“Finally, dear brothers and sisters, we ask you to pray for us.
Pray that the Lord's message will spread rapidly
and be honored wherever it goes,
just as when it came to you.”
We look forward to hearing from you.
Gary: Missionary serving in the Dominican Republic
Dios es Amor - Sarah's Blog
Initial Dominican Republic PowerPoint Presentation - 7/2013
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Sarah financial well-being and her
ability to be a missionary in the Dominican Republic rests solely on
the generosity of others. She is not paid to teach at Manna
Check: Send a check
to St Mary’s County Church of Christ annotating Dominican
Republic Mission in the memo line. Send check to:
St Mary’s County Church of
44850 St Andrews Church Road
Attention: Dominican Republic Mission
Electronic Transfer: If
you'd prefer to electronically transfer funds directly into the
Dominican Republic Mission bank account, contact Jim Warren, our
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Jerris & Juanita Bullard
- Missionaries to India
church in India is currently averaging 500 baptisms per day. We have
experienced over 49,108 baptisms in the first quarter of this year. To
God we give all the honor and glory. It is His work. We are simply
invited into His field and are honored to work side by side with you in
an amazing harvest of souls. May none be lost. The writer of Hebrews
exhorts: "See to it that no one fail to obtain the grace of God"
(Nah-mahs-teh) In a number of India’s
many languages (including Hindi) the word for hello or greetings,
goodbye, etc. When spoken to another person, it is commonly accompanied
by a slight bow made with hands pressed together, palms touching and
fingers pointed upwards, in front of the chest. The gesture can also be
performed wordlessly and carry the same meaning.
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world! God uses WBS by linking a worldwide network of Christians,
missionaries and churches to teach and reach truth-seekers, bringing
them into God's family. Everyday Christians of all ages-equipped with
WBS correspondence courses-help teach those who want to study. Much like
spiritual pen-pals, they provide the lessons to the students, encourage
them, guide them to respond to the Gospel, and help put them in touch
with loving Christians near them.
We meet every third Sunday at 5:00 P.M.
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Lifeline of Hope International
What is Orphan Sunday? It is a special Sunday set aside for
Christians to educate, advocate and take action on the worldwide orphan
crisis. Each congregation makes it a special day dedicated to showing
Christ's love to thousands of the 143 million orphan children in the
world. Each participating congregation is provided with a poster,
bulletin inserts and educational materials for the Orphan Sunday Event.
We will even provide you with a sermon outline and a DVD presentation to
show to the entire congregation. At the end of the service each
congregation takes up a free will offering from the congregation. Some
congregations match or partially match the offering from their
benevolence or missions budget.
Our Goal: While we hope to raise $500,000.00 this year to care for
the children in our current homes and expand the number of homes, our
goal goes beyond that! In reality, half of our job here at Orphan's
Lifeline is to be a voice for orphan children who do not have one
otherwise. It is our job to educate, advocate and raise awareness to as
many people as we possibly can. It is only when the plight of the
orphans is common knowledge and many more caring people are involved
that we just might see a break in the cycle that creates orphans. It is
always surprising just how many people out there have little or no
awareness of just how bad of a crisis there is in the world in regards to
the orphan population. We know that God cares deeply about children and
speaks to our responsibilities towards orphan
children. Orphan Sunday is an opportunity for congregations to learn
about this plight and get involved through prayer, caring for the
children through a special contribution, becoming educated about the
crisis, involving the youth so that they, as adults will continue to
show compassion to those who suffer. Each and every congregation that
participates, then becomes an example to others as well.
What is Orphan Lifeline International's part and where does the money
go? Our part is getting your collected offering to the orphan children
in the form of daily care. We have spent nearly a decade developing and
fine tuning our
programs to be sure that they are efficient and
effective. The orphan children are provided with a family style home,
food, clothing, medicine, education (spiritual also), children's Bibles,
mentoring and nurturing, Enterprise through life-skills training and
agriculture and vocation...and much more! Orphan's Lifeline
International is a 501(c) 3 Religious Non-Profit, founded by and under
the voluntary direction of a
board made up of members of the Church of