Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

Did you know that every day 155,473 people die without Christ? That means in the time between our weekly services there are 1,088,311 people who enter into a Christless eternity.

“Our work together is not finished. We have to get to every nation, every tribe, every people. We must share His gospel in every language. The Bible declares it. Heavenreveals it. And Obedience demands it.”

Paul Chitwood, IMB President

Sunday marks the beginning of the week of prayer for international missions and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Our International Mission Board is the agency that serves local Southern Baptist churches in sending missionaries around the world. Jesus came to seek and to save the lost, those in south Alabama, across the United States, and in every nation, tribe, people, and language. “Together” we are called to Pray, Give, Go, and Send.

Pray – Utilize the prayer guide in your bulletin this coming Sunday and visit www.imb.org/pray

Give – Our goal this year is $50,000, and every dollar given through the Lottie Moon Offering funds missionaries and their work overseas.

Go – Missions is not just for a few, it’s for all of us.

Send – What a privilege it is for a church to be a sending church!

May we see even more men and women answer the call to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth! If you have questions about how you can be a part of making Christ known among the nations please contact Bro. Gene Kim, EBC Missions Pastor.

On a personal note, it’s hard to believe that this next week will mark one year since we moved to Montgomery. In that short time, you have welcomed, encouraged, and loved on our family well! This week as we celebrate Thanksgiving, we thank God for making us a part of the faith family at Eastmont and for the Great Commission work that God has given us.

We love you Eastmont!

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