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May 23, 2014

Church Briefs

Voice for Christ Church

Voice for Christ Church invites everyone to come out at 4 p.m. June 1 to be educated on Human Trafficking in the United States, this means every town large and small.

Our Key Note Speaker Rhonda Patterson is the founder of Voices for Justice International and Hearts for Africa. She is working closely with “Priceless” Campaign, she has been advocate against human trafficking in the United States and abroad for the past eight years. She has talked with survivors and their family who have been victims of this modern day slavery, right here in Indiana and taking their stories to the public and educating them through public speaking. Here is the U.S. she has partnered with World Hope International. Please come out and be educated and ask questions.

First Baptist Church of Rushville

Who is Jesus? To many, He was a good man, a moral teacher who taught nice principles to live by. To millions of others, however, He is much more than that. He is someone worthy of being worshiped. “That’s a pretty strong statement,” you might say. “Why do you give Him that level of honor?” That is what we will be looking into this Sunday at First Baptist Church. We will be answering the question, “What sets Christ apart from all other religious teachers and makes Him worthy of your worship?” Come and join us at 9:30 a.m.

Also, this week, we will be remembering with honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country. We are ever so grateful for their tremendous gift to us.

St. Paul’s United Methodist Church

After much discussion, prayer, feedback from the congregation, and consultation with church leadership, the St. Paul’s worship committee has determined that a change in the Sunday worship schedule for the summer will best serve the needs of our members during this very active season.

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