Registered for the EFCA One conference in New Orleans? RSVP today for this very special event: Tuesday, July 2 from 5:30 - 7:30pm at Castle Rock Community Church. Learn about the EFCA’s efforts in NOLA. Listen to powerful sax vocals from Pastor John Gerhardt. Transportation will be provided for those who need it. Reserve your free spot by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Sponsored by Urban Impact and ReachGlobal.)
Attending the EFCA One conference in New Orleans? Be sure to stop by the FCMM Benefits and Retirement booth for information about new features of the Retirement Plan, the Long Term Disability Insurance program, and to receive a special gift. Check the schedule at the booth for added seminars on retirement investment strategy, an overview of FCMM, and other presentations.
Human trafficking has become a global epidemic. But how is the church to respond? What can people do to actually make a difference? If you’re attending the EFCA One conference, don’t miss this valuable opportunity July 1 from 9:00am – 3:00pm. Listen to a team of five presenters with experience across the globe and join in discussion addressing the crucial question – where do we go from here? Don’t miss your chance to make an impact on the issue of human trafficking locally and globally. To register, send an email to JusticeInitiatives@efca.org with your name and the name and city of your church.
A volunteer shared recently how God uses people working in teams. “He sends just the right person on a team to connect perfectly with the homeowner. It is great to see a homeowner go from overwhelmed to energized. It is even more exciting to see a homeowner find forgiveness and new life in Christ.”
You can be an answer to someone’s prayers by sending a team to work in Staten Island, NY. Teams will be hosted for full or half weeks so get a short-term team together and get your application in now.
EFCA Today magazine is looking for a few EFCA leaders to write reviews on the book One Bible, Many Versions: Are All Translations Created Equal? by Dave Brunn. The review will be due on or before August 9.
For each issue, we’ll issue a similar “all-call” for reviews on a selected book. And we pay for your review, if it’s one we choose to print!
If you’d be interested in reading and reviewing this book — or recommending others for future issues — please contact the book-review coordinator at email@example.com for more details on the assignment.