CPC Walk for Life is Oct 6

The Crisis Pregnancy Center will have a Walk for Life on October 6th, 2018. In Brazil, the Walk will begin and end at the Mobile Unit located at The Brazil Church of the Nazarene. In Terre Haute, the Walk will begin and end at the CPC on 6th and Wabash.

This year’s goal is $30,000. Our big push this year is to have 5 sponsored walkers from each participating church. Five sponsored Walkers from each church would allow us to easily meet this much needed goal.

Thank you! If you have any questions please feel free to contact the CPC at 812-235-1153.

Is love blind?

“Love is blind” sounds good until the faults you want to ignore begin to destroy your love. God has a better way to love. Love plus knowledge and discernment equals a powerful relationship that really works. Come this Sunday and see how this combination can change your life and church and community for the better.

– Pastor Marlin Betts

A Living Sacrifice

I am so glad that I have never performed or observed an animal sacrifice. There is just something wrong about that whole idea today. Yet it was an everyday part of the world’s culture for many years. This Sunday I’m going to share what Paul meant when he wrote about being “a living sacrifice.” Let’s prepare our hearts to worship in God’s presence.

– Pastor Marlin Betts

Fellowship

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– Pastor Marlin Betts

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– Pastor Marlin Betts

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– Pastor Marlin Betts

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