It will be easy to see the economic predictions and choose to cut back on our offerings. Our ministry needs, however, as a church are only growing day by day.
There will be so many gospel opportunities when this is over. They may look very different than they did in the previous weeks but they will be plentiful. We need to be poised to meet those needs head-on in Jesus’ name. We need our church to be stronger than ever on the other side of this.
Our prayer is that we give more in this crisis than we were before.
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P.O. Box 324 Richmond, Ky 40476
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