Missions Month – February 2018
This year’s Missions Conference will focus on the work happening in Haiti and our local community. The Missions Conference runs the month of February. We have a great line-up of activities and speakers throughout the month. Don’t miss a single event.
- Pastor Nate kicks off Missions Month on February 4 talking about Gospel Partnerships within the city of Wilmington.
- On February 11 Steve Anderson and Tim Santa Barbara share during both services how Prison Outreach of Delaware is impacting our community. Local mission outreach organizations will also be at BVBC to educate how you can get involved with them. Rev. Laymon, from the Sunday Breakfast Mission, will be speaking in the Fellowship Hall at 9 and 10:30 a.m.
- Pastor Esperandieu Pierre from Haiti will preach on February 18.
- The Missions Dinner is on Friday, February 23. Hear how God is working through Pastor Pierre’s ministry. Deadline to register to attend the dinner is Sunday, February 18. Register in-person on Sundays mornings Feb 4-18. A children’s program will be available during the Q&A time with Pastor Pierre.
- Pastor Nate concludes Mission Month on February 25 talking about the role of prayer in missions. Meanwhile downstairs in the Fellowship Hall, Pastor Pierre will speak at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. about his work in Haiti.
Join us on Friday, February 23 at 6 p.m. for the Missions Dinner. After the dinner, there will be a Q&A with the Pastor Pierre about how God is working in his ministry. During the Q&A time there will be a program offered. The cost of the dinner is $5/person or a maximum of $20/family of 4+. Purchase tickets in the Lobby on Sunday mornings February 4-18 or call the church office. Deadline is February 18. You MUST purchase a ticket in advance to attend the dinner, tickets will NOT be sold at the door.
Esperandieu & Dianne Pierre serve with Cru in Haiti. Pierre is the National Director of Haiti for Cru, overseeing Cru staff and ministries. His ministry also includes evangelism and discipleship through English as a second language (ESL) and humanitarian projects. He and Dianne founded Nehemiah Vision Ministries reaching Haitians through compassion projects including a Christian school.