The Global Leadership Summit was a highlight of the week. Powerful teaching of high impact. Our tribe was well represented and more of us will be a part of the same event in October when it will be held in Nova Scotia.
- attending Marion Mitchell’s funeral at Corbett – mother-in-law to John Symonds and grandmother-in-law to Mike White, members of our tribe
- attending the Leadership Summit in Moncton to continue a commitment to life long learning
- conducting LBA meetings in Norton and Lower Brighton
- returning from preaching at the Mooers Camp in NY
- installing David Wilcox at the church in Hartland
Thanks to our District Secretary Scott Prime who represented us this week at the Atlantic Baptist Convention in Wolfville. Peter Reid was reelected to another 5 year term as Executive Minister of the Convention.
Beals baptized 7 candidates last week and Westchester also held a baptism. Crosspoint will be holding a baptism next Sunday in the Nashwaak River. Great to see this evidence of new life in Christ in churches both small and large.
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Mel Norton has accepted a part-time position on the staff at Houlton Wesleyan. He will be serving in a variety of ministries including seniors, visitation and congregational care.
North Head has been conducting Sunday evening outdoor services in recent weeks. They have had from 50-65 cars present – which would represent anywhere from 100-200 people.
Zone Ministers Meetings are coming up in September. Recommended reading for the event is Vertical Church and Deep and Wide – the two together offer a contrast and a balance in our shared passion to both grow the congregation and produce disciples.
At Mooers Camp, Joel Wydysh has been Youth Camp Director and Karl Ingersoll has been Youth Camp Speaker for more than 15 years! It was good to interact with these lads during the camp. THOT: There is no greater slavery than that which insists you must have your own way. – Dennis Kinlaw