Our November Schedule October 29, 2019

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As I write these words I am sitting in my study on a beautiful fall day, overwhelmed with the goodness and faithfulness of my Lord. This has been a truly blessed year and we give God all of the glory. Soon 2019 will come to a close. Let’s all pray that we can finish this year well for Christ!

Our family truly appreciates your prayers for each day and every meeting. We are excited about the month ahead. Plan to join us in one of these places if possible…

Friday-Saturday, November 1-2 – Couples’ Retreat, Bible Baptist Church, Howell, MI, Pastor Tim Christoson (Retreat held in Frankenmuth, MI)

Sunday, November 3 – Morning and Evening Services, Faith Baptist Church, Belleville, IL, Pastor Rick Koonce

Tuesday, November 5 – WVU Tech, Campus Light Bible Study, Beckley, WV

Wednesday, November 6 – Revival, Lewisburg Baptist Church, Lewisburg, WV, Pastor Jonathan Comer

Friday-Saturday, November 8-9 – Men’s Conference, Mansfield Baptist Temple, Mansfield, OH, Pastor Rob Kurtz

Sunday-Tuesday, November 10-12 – Revival, Bible Baptist Church, Clementon, NJ, Pastor Andy Reese

Monday-Tuesday, November 11-12 – Vision Baptist College Chapel, Berlin, NJ, Pastor Charlie Clark

Sunday-Tuesday, November 17-19 – Revival, Decatur Baptist Church, Decatur, IN, Pastor Andy Lyons

Friday, November 22 – Rally In The Valley Youth Meeting, Victory Baptist Church, Staunton, VA, Pastor Rader Ogden

Sunday-Tuesday, November 24-26 – Revival, Chilhowie Baptist Church, Chilhowie, VA, Pastor Cody Sturgill


More information on these and other meetings may be found at https://enjoyingthejourney.org/calendar/ or by contacting the host church.

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