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Edification

“Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
2 Timothy 2:15

Lead: Rev. Dr. Thomas Wright, III

Ministries:

Sunday School
Christian Education
Counseling
Children’s Church
Bible Study*
Nursery*
DEEP Bible Institute
Vacation Bible School
Bereavement Ministry
Wedding Ministry
Website Ministry

One Response to Edification

  1. Good Friday Morning Rev. Dr. Thomas Wright, III!

    I have attached the flyer about the event at Resurrected Life Community Church, we do hope you will be able to join us. I am on the Foreign Missions Team, we work with World Wide Missions Church, Liberia as part of Foreign Missions Outreach. We have a conference every three years, at which time we travel to Liberia to preach, teach and work. Our next trip is January 2022, and we encourage everyone interested in taking the trip to attend this event. We also encourage young people who want to know more about the lives of Christians in other countries, and churches who are interested in doing missions or just interested in becoming a support partner to come out to events like this. It is a great time to fellowship and share. (Please let the church know about this great event).

    Thanks and Blessings

    Minister LaTinya
    Resurrected Life Community Church
    144 N. 9th Street
    Allentown PA 18102

    Event:
    Dr. Abba Grogro Gblidein Karnga
    Chairman of the Resilient Council of Elders of Bassa/Liberia,
    Author of
    The Ownership of Liberia
    Is
    “Struggle” in Action
    Presents
    The History and Culture of Liberia & the Bassa People
    Date: July 24, 2019
    Time: 6:00-8:00pm
    Place:Resurrected Life Community Church
    144 N. 9th Street, Allentown PA
    RSVP: (NLT July 19, 2019) to Minister Johns, 484-201-1407

    Dr. Abba Grogro Gblidein Karnga expounds on the history and culture of the Bassa People, and the effects of colonialism and missionaries on culture as it contributes to the belief system of the church in Liberia and specifically the Bassa People today.

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