Spread the Good Word: Col. 2:2

by | Jul 1, 2016 | The Good Word | 0 comments

There are many things that keep us “knit together” as a church family, and one long-standing event that does a lot to this end is GMBA Campout. We are on the eve of this wonderful gathering, and we hope this scripture inspires you to be a knitter — and not a seam ripper — whether you’ll be attending camp or not. Either way, we pray that God’s power and blessings will be at the gathering. 

Speaking of GMBA Camp…

Next week, we’re going to feature live blogs from camp! We’re hoping to bring a taste of camp to those of you who can’t go this year. Be sure to tune in next week because it’ll be lots of fun.


Here’s your weekend challenge!

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