Church of Christ to construct/rehabilitate boreholes nationwide
(Ghana) The Church of Christ Rural Water Development Project (CoCRWDP), would drill 70 wells in guinea-worm endemic areas throughout the country this year.
Mr Nathaniel Nii Sasah Adams, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CoCRWDP, who disclosed this in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Ashaiman on Friday when he threw light on the objectives of the project, said the same number of broken down boreholes would be rehabilitated.
He indicated that the vision of the project was to provide water for needy communities nationwide, especially those in deprived areas and to ensure quality human development.
For the full story of what the church of Christ is capable of when they are really seeking to be salt and light in their communities, read this article.
…wait a minute… they are actually meeting a need in the community, not trying to ambush people with video cameras? Church of Christ folks in the WGSR viewing area… be like this!
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Counseling children is part of his lifelong ministry
COOKEVILLE — Church of Christ minister Douglas Downs may be in a secular environment as the guidance counselor at Northeast Elementary, but he views his relationship with the students he cares for as part of his “lifelong ministry.”
“It’s all about kids,” said Downs. “In a society where kids are often neglected, abandoned and mistreated, school counseling is one area of work where you can make a tremendous difference in the present and the future. I love kids. They give me energy, and I enjoy reaching out to them in times of need. I also enjoy the opportunity to influence their social and moral development at an age where it can still make a difference.”
For more information about this wonderful-sounding church of Christ minister, read the story here.
…wait a minute… he is actually meeting a need in the community, not trying to ambush people with video cameras? Church of Christ folks in the WGSR viewing area… be like this!
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Chris Knight is reporting on his blog, and I also witnessed this, that hyperconservative Johnny Robertson used about 30 minutes of bought and paid for broadcast time to run this image on tonight’s broadcast of “What Does the Bible Say?”:
A DVD menu, complete with “unScriptural” new age music.
For 30 minutes.
How much does 30 minutes of air time cost on this station? Chris Knight estimated it to be between $500 and $1000. These guys have that kind of money to spend on broadcasting a DVD menu?
Houston, we have a problem…
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