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America For Christ

Posted on Wed, Apr 7, 2004

Our Goal: $2,200.00 Received: $2,314.61 (Congrats!)

First Baptist Church of Weston West Virginia

America For Christ Offering

Our Church Goal: $2,200.00

Total Received: As of April 2nd: $2,314.61

Thank you for your generous support toward this vital mission. We have exceeded our goal!

Mission in America: Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

America for Christ gifts support mission in this country-one of the most challenging mission fields in the world-and extends the witness of American Baptist congregations for Jesus Christ in the United States and Puerto Rico.

The America for Christ Offering gives American Baptists a unique opportunity to help strengthen our walk and work in making and strengthening disciples of Jesus Christ in the United States and Puerto Rico.

The America for Christ Offering is vital to the existence and growth of discipleship ministries. It helps translate our passions into practical and practice-able mission energy and work.

National Ministries and American Baptist Regions seek to provide people, churches and communities with resources to make disciples of Jesus Christ and to help integrate Christ-centered decisions and acts into their daily lives.

The America for Christ Offering is one of the largest sources of current mission giving that helps American Baptists be faithful to the call to make disciples. In times of economic difficulty it is particularly important that the people of God be faithful in giving.

Your congregation's generous response to the 2004 America for Christ Offering provides tangible support as we work together to "do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with our God."

Thank you for your participation in this home mission offering. Your gift to the America for Christ Offering is a gift that lasts.

We have exceeded our goal $2,273.83 Thanks for your support.

Annica Hayhurst (Mission Director)