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“This is the first second-generation church in Ohio, a new way to keep our young people safe and active in the church, and at the same time a marvelous new way to attract other young people to the feet of Jesus,” says Peter Simpson, Hispanic Ministries coordinator for the Ohio Conference.
Story by Salena Featherstone
Hurricanes were particularly destructive in the U.S. last year. Places such as Texas, Puerto Rico and some of the U.S. Virgin Islands experienced overwhelming devastation. So Takoma Academy (TA) sprang into action.
Blue Mountain Academy students recently had a chance to meet with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf.
One of many quotes Martin Luther King, Jr. is known for goes like this: “Life’s most urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” The members of Allegheny East Conference's Emmanuel-Brinklow church in Ashton, Md., answer that question each month with major community service projects that have caught the notice of local and state government leaders.
Although Chesapeake Conference's Atholton church in Columbia, Md., concluded a Revelation Today prophecy seminar last fall, their evangelistic effort is still bearing fruit. Seminar attendee Krystal Moreland recently took her stand for Christ through baptism.
When Jesus speaks about the Parable of the Sower in Matthew 13, He compares the difference between where the seeds land and the difficulties each face.