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Updates and Information from around IPHC Discipleship Ministries

Church Becoming Family: Family Experience

Church Becoming Family By Jana DeLano We now have six generations living in America! Each generation has unique characteristics formed by their collective experiences and culture, yet every generation shares a desire to explore, learn, and leave a legacy for those who will follow. We can value every generation by acknowledging each other’s needs, asking...
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Vision 4 Education

For over 75 years, women throughout the IPHC have seen the importance of education, and especially the need for it in a Christian environment. IPHC Women’s Ministries has worked in the local churches for all these years to provide aid and assistance to students attending our denominational institutions. The students attending Emmanuel College, Southwestern Christian...
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Harvest Train 2017

November 21, 2017 will be a special day in Falcon, North Carolina! The Harvest Train is an autumn tradition to celebrate the ministry of Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services. Attendees line up their cars filled with nonperishable food items, clothing, diapers, cleaning supplies, and other home and school necessities. The Harvest Train leads the caravan and passes...
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Hurricane Maria and California Wildfires

DRUSA ANNOUNCES DISASTER DECLARATION: NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FIRES Presiding Bishop Doug Beacham has approved the recommendation of the Disaster Relief USA (DRUSA) Committee to declare Northern California for IPHC Disaster Relief Response. Northern California has been battling a series of major fires.  According to The Washington Post, 21 different fires have burned over 191,000 acres, with many...
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Southwestern Christian University Homecoming 2017

Since 1946, Southwestern Christian University (SCU) has invested in students. No matter what a student’s original intention, they leave SCU with a solid foundation rooted in community. SCU is where you make life-long friends and find your God-given purpose. If you share the sentiment about your alma mater, join us on November 3-4, 2017 for...
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Comfort in the Midst of Sorrow

Comfort in the Midst of Sorrow By Keith Marriner Recently I posted on the book of Ruth. I noted, among other things, how God worked in and through the suffering of Naomi to bring her to a place of blessing. God uses our afflictions to do some of his best work in us and through...
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