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A Different Kind of Chef

This is a repost of a blog that ran in July 2016, but we liked it so much we had to share it again!  But Zacchaeus stood up and said to the Lord, “Look, Lord! Here and now I give half of my possessions to the poor, and if I have cheated anybody out of…

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All You Need Is Love

I have a favorite movie entitled, “Love Actually.” I am not sure how many times I have watched it, but I can guarantee the number would be high. There are probably six different stories going on at the same time in the movie, and they eventually all revolve around love in the end. The opening…

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An Update from the Missions Team

Mt. Bethel Missions has had a major impact on a lot of individuals over the past 10 years. As we work with our partner organizations, we have always tried to get people involved with the partners so the lives of our congregation members can be impacted just as those we serve are impacted. There will…

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Praise God, the Crates Were Full!

During the past two weeks, you, Church, have brought medicine and food to help those requiring emergency relief in Venezuela. Not just some donations–4,450 pounds of donations! On the past two Sundays, you have given your time to sort and pack these donations for those who desperately need them. We had middle school boys carrying boxes to…

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Where Does the Money Go?

Did you know that all proceeds from the Children’s Consignment Sale go to philanthropies near and far? Here is a list of all the organizations that received funds from the March sale, and how they serve women and children. Our next sale will be August 17 and 18; come be part of our impactful event.…

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Help Venezuela Now

Venezuela is in the worst humanitarian crisis in this Hemisphere. People are starving and medical care is almost non-existent. It wasn’t always like this. Venezuela was once the wealthiest country in South America and has the greatest natural resources, including the largest oil reserves in the world. But due to massive government corruption, a failed…

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Camp Hope: Healing Heartbreak

Every summer, dozens and dozens of smiling, selfless Mt. Bethel volunteers give up their Sunday and meet at our church to ensure our Camp Hope campers, all children with an incarcerated parent, are safely checked in for their bus ride to camp. Eight-year-old Kennedy waited four years for her chance to get on the bus.…

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Ribbons & Holly Vendor Information

The Ribbons & Holly 2018 Craft Show will be on Saturday, November 10, 2018. If you make hand-made crafts, please print off a copy of the 2018 application. If you have any questions, please contact Sandra Skinner at 770.552.2660 or Sharon Volk at 770.578.1505. We are looking forward to another great show in November 2018!…

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