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Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2015’

Ministry at Lakeshore Baptist Church

On Sunday August 23rd we were visiting at Lakeshore Baptist Church in Kewaunee. Ray Anderson is the pastor of this local church ministry and one of our church planting pastors. Lakeshore Baptist began in October of 2011 and the WFBC has provided partial financial support and assistance throughout that time for the establishment of the church During the service I …

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WFBC Annual Meeting – Registration Info

WFBC Annual Meeting, Sept 21-22, 2015 East Delavan Baptist Church, Delavan Sign-in begins after lunch on Monday and the conference concludes at about 5 pm on Tuesday afternoon Instructions for Registration 1. You can register by calling the East Delavan Baptist Church office at 262-728-2522, by emailing the church office at office@eastdelavan.org, or  using the online form here.     2. …

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Ministry at Faith Baptist Church

Sunday August 16th we were ministering at Faith Baptist Church in Portage. Jonathan Robertson is the pastor of this local church ministry, and he was fulfilling his chaplain responsibilities as a member of the Wisconsin National Guard. Carole was able to assist with the music for the services on the piano. I taught Sunday School and preached for both the …

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Ministry at Maranatha Baptist Church

On Sunday August 9th we were ministering in Phillips at Maranatha Baptist Church. Christian Markle is the pastor of this local church ministry. I taught Sunday School and preached for both the AM and PM Services. Also I was able present our new DVD video to share a report of our ministry. The Markle family were vacationing out of town. …

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Visit to Shalom Baptist Church

On Sunday August 2nd we were visiting our WFBC mission work in Mequon. Tom Ebert is the mission for this work which began in the fall of 2011. They are making good progress despite some losses last year. Right now they are seeking God’s direction about a building which they can lease and maybe purchase in the future. I was …

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