Save the Date: June 21
June 21 marks the beginning of the 2010 GARBC Conference week. Mark your calendar! Our God Reigns (Daniel 5:21) will be the focus of the week. Enjoy beautiful northwest Chicago in Arlington Heights, Ill., as you reflect on God’s magnificent power! More info coming in January.
Church Pews Available
In January, First Baptist Church in Chesterton, Ind., will have 22 solid oak pews to give to another church. The pews are 14′ long and in good condition. Seats are padded and covered with blue fabric. Backs are not padded. Each pew has two book racks with communion cup holders and two card pockets.
If interested, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 219-921-0033.
Counseling Internships Available
Vision of Hope Residential Treatment Center, associated with Faith Baptist Church, Lafayette, Ind., works with girls ages 14–28 who are struggling with unplanned pregnancies, drug/alcohol abuse, eating disorders, and habits of self-harm. The ministry of Vision of Hope is Christ-centered, Bible based, and individualized to meet the needs of each participating girl. The program is highly structured in a loving, home-like environment.
Vision of Hope is looking for young female interns to assist in the ministry of caring for these young ladies while gaining hands-on experience in this field. The Vision of Hope staff and intern team serve together to provide quality care to each young woman. Interns live at the residence and provide 24 hours of additional resident supervision per week. Interns may work, pursue Biblical counseling education from Faith Biblical Counseling Ministries, earn college credits, etc., during their off-duty hours. Any counseling education will occur on interns’ own time and at their own expense.
If a young woman in your church is interested in pursuing an internship with Vision of Hope, she may contact Tori Shirk, email@example.com, (765) 447-5900. For more information about the program, visit the Vision of Hope website and view a 7-minute video on www.youtube.com (type in “Vision of Hope Lafayette Indiana”).