Mourning and Hope in Violent Times: Practical Steps Toward Understanding and Change graphic

Mourning and Hope in Violent Times: Practical Steps Toward Understanding and Change

By Alex on July 12th, 2016 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Mourning the violence this week feeling somewhat helpless in response, I attended Harbor Community Church this past Sunday.  Pastor James Welch delivered a powerful sermon exhorting the white community to seek a new understanding of recent events and to act in solidarity with our brothers and sisters of racial minorities, who undergo both subtle and […]

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Seeing God Move in Janlay by Marc Daniels graphic

Seeing God Move in Janlay by Marc Daniels

By Alex on March 3rd, 2016 in Missions | No Comments

FBC Avondale, along with two small Michigan churches, has been partnering with Food for the Hungry (FH) since 2011 to help lead a village out of physical, relational, and spiritual poverty. Our village, Janlay, is located in the northern mountains of Guatemala in the Ixil triangle. The Ixil people are one of many indigenous Guatemalan […]

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The Urgency of the Gospel graphic

The Urgency of the Gospel

By Jack Hunter on September 10th, 2015 in Missions | No Comments

“We must work the work of him who sent me while it is day, for night cometh when no man can work.” (John 9:4) God used the church at Antioch to commission and send out Paul and Barnabas to proclaim the gospel to unreached and unengaged people groups.

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