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Being God's Givere-INFOMay 2018

Being God’s Giver

By May 11, 2018No Comments

Calvary Baptist Church, Quincy, Illinois, is making available a furnished home on its campus for ministry couples and families. Pastor Wayne Manago states, “We are calling the home the Ministry House and it is available rent free and utility cost free for short-term, first-come stays. It can be used for those needing a ministry break or are hurting and need a place of spiritual refreshment. Biblical counseling is available if desired.” For more information, contact Pastor Wayne at or 219.628.1300.

Chris Hindal, director of Regular Baptist International, reports that on his recent trip to India he met with several pastors in southeast India who need motorcycles to travel to and from their churches. These pastors have no other form of transportation. They are deeply committed to local church ministry. Each pastor is part of the Indian Christian Bethel Baptist Gospel Fellowship, a partner with the International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries. The cost of a motorcycle in India is $800. Are you open to God’s prompting to be the answer to one of these pastors’ prayers? Donate online and type “Asia Project” in the drop-down menu, or send a check payable to Regular Baptist International, with “Asia Project” written in the memo line.

Chris Hindal, director of Regular Baptist International reports:
Pastor Ooga Thomas from Nairobi, Kenya, serves among an impoverished people. He receives very little financial compensation and consequently depends upon his wife for family income. Recently the Kenyan government ordered the destruction of a building and mistakenly tore down the wrong structure, the Baptist church building. Though the government has apologized, there does not seem to be any interest in compensating the congregation for another building. This was a tin-constructed building, but it was all this church had. What an encouragement it would be if we could assist them in reconstructing the church building! Please mark your gifts “African projects” to make this happen. Allow your heart to be moved with compassion.