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Togiak Baptisms, Dedications Expand Church Family

Apr 22, 2014 3:10 pm

Togiak Baptisms, Dedications Expand Church Family In late September 2013, the Williams family asked to have two of their children baptized, so Chad Angasan, Togiak Church pastor, started the Native New Day Bible studies with them. Both Carmen and Corina Williams were happy to get to know Jesus on such an intimate level; they were learning that Jesus doesn’t live in a box some call "church." During these studies, Jesus was becoming a community of friends, a circle of trust and companionship to both of them. Read more

Pathfinders Pay It Forward in Moses Lake

Apr 22, 2014 3:10 pm

Pathfinders Pay It Forward in Moses Lake Much can be accomplished with volunteer labor. Just ask the teens who volunteered to join a local mission trip, the Teen Pathfinder Mission Adventure. This local outreach to Moses Lake, Wash., began the first Sunday of spring break. Read more

Sandy Church Provides Training and Treats

Apr 22, 2014 3:10 pm

Sandy Church Provides Training and Treats Lunchtime on March 1 found almost 60 hungry participants enjoying a special afternoon presentation focused on “Plant-Based Comfort Foods.” Dick and Carol Hanson led out, providing lectures, videos and personal experiences. Attendees from two area churches and the community enjoyed grilled “cheese” sandwiches, chips and dips, candy, cobbler and ice cream, and other delicious and healthful samples. Read more

World Church Shelves The Record Keeper

Apr 17, 2014 4:16 pm

World Church Shelves The Record Keeper General Conference leadership decided last week  to suspend the release of an upcoming 11-episode web series,  The Record Keeper. Read more

Nampa Man Is Finally Home

Apr 17, 2014 2:29 pm

Nampa Man Is Finally Home Tom Teague's baptism on March 1 by Chris Evenson, Nampa Church pastor, marked the end of a long spiritual search and the beginning of a new life in Christ. Teague was raised in the Catholic church but left that fellowship after graduating from high school. For 12 years he chose not to embrace any other religious body. After meeting two brothers who were members of Christ’s Church, he was baptized and remained a member for six years. Read more

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