Recently the Aglow 29 Palms Lighthouse used a Fireside Chat, "Time To Be Born Again, Again" for their relational teaching to build community among those who attend. To reinforce the teaching, each person planted herbs in honor of Holy Week in remembrance of God's promise that He would send a seed to trample the serpent and undo the fall of man.
We would love to hear how your group has been using the Fireside Chats. Would you take a moment and drop us a line? We always love hearing how you are reaching out into your community, becoming the visual aid for all to see. We are the help God has sent into our communities. Each Lighthouse is a gift to the community. How is God opening the gift of YOUR Lighthouse?
Recently 6 Aglow women, joined together for a prayer drive in Anchorage, AK. The purpose of the drive was to breathe life to see Aglow re-established in Anchorage as requested by Jane Hansen Hoyt in a recent letter to the field.
On January 11th, the Stevensville Aglow Lighthouse together with the organization “For All Seasons” co-sponsored an anti-human trafficking workshop at a library on Kent Island, MD to educate people about trafficking on the Eastern Shore.
Recently Karin Schreurs, was helping to set up a new bank account for a Community Lighthouse which requires a lot of paper work and a great deal of patience. This particular day, the process was going on the two hour mark.
On January 3rd & 4th Aglow Mojave West Area together with the California Department of Children Services hosted the Nola Brantley Speaks course CSEC (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children) 102.
In December the Sand Springs Aglow provided a turkey, ham, and “all the fixin’s” dinner for the students of Page Academy, an alternative school in their district.
Dana Enright, North Central U.S. Regional Director, and her team recently returned from a prayer journey to Washington, D.C.