Dear Churches of the Great Lakes Conference,
In this season of Advent, as you encounter the timeless truth of the incarnation in your worship services, as you share with others the peace that you have experienced as a result of having been saved from your sins, and as you offer the hope of eternity made real by the one who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, may you experience a deep awareness of Christ’s presence in your own life, and may you be filled with the joy that only He can give.
We in the conference office are grateful for the ministry...
In Mid-November Ken & Lorretta Carlson, members of Harbert Community Church in southwestern Michigan, made a special delivery. The seeds were planted last spring when the Carlson’s pastor, Jay Fast, met John Kareithi, pastor of Revival Covenant Church, at the GLC’s annual ministerial meeting. Revival Covenant is an African immigrant church in Columbus, Ohio. They receive an average of two families every four months from Africa. Once the refugees arrive, Revival assists them in integrating into the community and become financially independent. Harbert Community...
As your church has its Annual Meeting in January or February of 2015 please remember to select delegates for the 2015 GLC Annual Celebration and for Gather ‘15 (formerly titled - Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Covenant Church).
GLC Annual Celebration:
April 24-25, 2015
Faith Covenant Church
Farmington Hills, MI
The GLC Annual Celebration was designed to incorporate the business of the Annual Meeting and a celebration of the ministry of all that God has done in and through the churches of the Great Lakes Conference. Registration brochures for the 2015...