National Association of Congregational Christian Churches:
The Messenger- April 10, 2017
2017 NACCC Minister's Convocation
Michael Chittum, Executive Director
It is not too early to make your plans. The NACCC office will need to confirm our rooms by APRIL 20, 2017 with the Weber Center!!
Start making your plans now! The Ministers' Convocation will be held May 8 -11, 2017 at the Weber Center in Adrian, Michigan.
The main presenter will be George Hunsberger, who recently retired from Western Theological Seminary, Holland, Michigan. Dr. Hunsberger has authored, co-authored, or edited numerous books, including Bearing the Witness of the Spirit, Missional Church, Treasure in Clay Jars, The Church Between Gospel and Culture, and The Story that Chooses Us. He has contributed many articles and reviews to missiological, practical and theological journals and edited volumes. He is widely considered to be one of the leading individuals in the missional church movement. Full information is available on the NACCC website.
Congregational Church of Myanmar created a tailor shop that trains local women. The women are able to use the shop to create items and sell them for their own income.
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Continue reading the NACCC News: It is filled with updates from member churches, leadership, missionaries, and staff.
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3. Send a delegate and/or church members to the Annual Meeting and Conference: This experience can be extremely valuable. Missionaries from our "Supported Missions", program are in attendance, exciting workshops are presented and you can enjoy the chance to fellowship with other Congregationalists.
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