July 12 on News Stands Wednesday!

July 12 on News Stands Wednesday!

7-19-17

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Benefit Singing

Local Holiness Churches will present a benefit singing for Brother Freddie McQueen Friday night July 28 at 6 PM at the Horse Creek Baptist Gym. A love offering will be received with concessions available. For information call Wilburn Coffey at 606-308-0499 or Bradley Brock at 859-321-4910. Groups scheduled include: Gregory Branch Holiness, Morentown Pentecostal Holiness, Macedonia Holiness, Fairview Old Time Holiness, White Harvest Holiness, Big Hill Holiness, Farriston Holiness, Solid Rock House of Prayer, Hughes Hill Holiness, Beech Creek Holiness, Whitesburg Holiness, the Reece Family and Many More…


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Joy Center Happenings!

Mid-Summer Splash Vacation Bible School will be held Wednesday August 2 till Friday August 4 from 5:30 till 8:30 PM for grades pre-K through sixth at the Joy Center at Big Creek. Come prepared to get wet, have fun, and learn about the Good News of Jesus Christ. The VBS celebration will be Saturday August 5 from 1 till 3:30 PM. Celebrate with St. Mark United Methodist Church with a cookout, games and much more. Everyone is welcome. The back to school mission sale on Monday August 7 beginning at 9 AM. All kids in attendance will receive a back to school kit. For more information call 606-598-6027.


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OBI dedicates new buildings

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Huang Hall was followed by a public dedication of the new Carnahan-Daugherty Hall on the campus of Oneida Baptist Institute Thursday, July 20, 2017. The new Carnahan-Daugherty Hall will house a 200-bed boys’ dormitory on the top two floors and the A.B. and Irene Colvin Learning Center for grades 6-8 on the lower floor. Huang Hall will replace the current girls’ dormitory.


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SummerBoost Camp

Save the Children’s signature SummerBoost Camp has been named by the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) as the winner of the 2017 New York Life Foundation Founder’s Award, joining just three other programs nationwide to win one of the NSLA’s Excellence in Summer Learning Awards this year. A SummerBoost Camp operated out of Manchester Elementary School and in nearly 20 other locations in seven states. Low-income children can fall 2 ½ to 3 years behind their higher-income peers by the fifth grade – in large part due to their lack of access to fun summer learning activities.


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