Our April 2018 Itinerary March 24, 2018

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It is hard to imagine that we are near the end of the first quarter of 2018! Next week we will publish our quarterly family newsletter with several special reports. We would love to send it to you. If you have not subscribed to our email newsletter you may do so here.

We have seen a great number of people come to Christ in recent days and give God the glory for allowing us to be a part of His work at this time. I am praying that the coming month will be especially fruitful. Thank you for praying with us about these meetings…

Sunday-Tuesday, April 1-3, Revival – Beth Haven Baptist Church, Denver, NC, Pastor David Mims

Sunday, April 1, Morning and Evening Services – *Associate Evangelist Chase Whitten, Glen Morgan Missionary Baptist Church, Beckley, WV, Pastor Junior Moye

Thursday, April 5, Chapel – Juniata Baptist School, Vassar, MI, Administrator Phil Green

Saturday-Sunday, April 7-8, Community Event and Sunday Services – *Associate Evangelist Chase Whitten, Oak Grove Baptist Church, Livingston, TN, Pastor Caleb Bowling

Sunday-Tuesday, April 8-10, Revival – Friendship Baptist Church, Farmersburg, IN, Pastor Jim Larger

Monday-Friday, April 9-13, Revival – *Associate Evangelist Chase Whitten, White Oak Missionary Baptist Church, White Oak, WV, Pastor   Delmas Cox

Saturday, April 14, Youth Rally – Calvary Baptist Church, King, NC, Pastor Kevin Broyhill

Sunday, April 15, Morning and Evening Services, Spring Jubilee – Calvary Baptist Church, King, NC, Pastor Kevin Broyhill

Wednesday, April 18, Evening Service – Fellowship Baptist Church, Durham, NC, Pastor Rick Finley

Thursday-Friday, April 19-20, Youth Conference – Fellowship Baptist Church, Durham, NC, Pastor Rick Finley

Sunday-Tuesday, April 22-24, Revival – Oakwood Baptist Church, Anderson, SC, Pastor Michael Jones

Sunday-Tuesday, April 29-May 1, Revival – First Baptist Church, Milford, OH, Pastor Bill Duttry

It would be a joy to see you and your family at one of these special meetings! Thank you for your encouragement and prayers. God bless you.


More information on each meeting may be found at enjoyingthejourney.org/itinerary or by contacting the host church.

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