The July/August 2005 issue of FGBC World is now arriving in churches and homes. Here are several paragraphs you may use in your church bulletin, newsletter, website or blog to call attention to it over the next several weeks. Use one a week for maximum effectiveness.
Europeans are notoriously hard to reach with the gospel. Read about a brilliant new strategy to find spiritually-sensitive young Europeans in the July/August issue of FGBC World, now available at the church building or online at www.fgbcworld.com. You’ll also read about Equip05, the upcoming national conference, the 50th anniversary of the Grace Brethren Investment Foundation, and much more. Pick up your copy today!
What happens when your mate dies? Can you continue in ministry? Read about a unique couple who did—under most unusual circumstances. This and other great stories are in the July/August issue of FGBC World, the publication of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches, now available at the church building and online at www.fgbcworld.com. And be sure to check the “Editor’s Blog” online for daily updates on Grace Brethren people and churches around the world!
National Conference is coming, July 31-August 5 in Winona Lake, IN. Read about the annual gathering of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. There will be educational courses, historical tours, inspiring speakers, national organization business meetings, Open Houses, free barbecue dinners, an old-fashioned hymnsing and much more. Read about it in the new issue of FGBC World which has just arrived. Or read it online at www.fgbcworld.com (check Editor’s Blog for daily updates).
BMH Books, the publishing house of our Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches, has just released several exciting new products. Read about the new Gospel of Mark commentary by Dr. Homer A. Kent, Jr.; a witnessing how-to entitled “How to Start a Kingdom Conversation” by a dentist in our Columbus, OH, church; and read the thrilling stories of 13 “Heroes Who Live On” from the earlier days of the Fellowship. It’s all in the new FGBC World, now available at the church building or online at www.fgbcworld.com. And if you’re reading online, daily updates are available on the “Editor’s Blog.” Get your copy today, or log on to get the latest.