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New District Superintendent Brian Farone

Brian Farone has been elected as the new district superintendent of the North Central District.  Delegates to the annual district conference voted for Brian by a 99 percent margin Tuesday morning.
Brian will begin his ministry on June 1st. He hopes to have his family moved and settled into a new residence in the Twin Cities in July.

Tom Mouw will continue to serve as superintendent through the month of May.

Let's join together in praising God for his faithful and generous gift of Brian and his family to our district.  Let's pray for them in this time of transition from California to Minnesota.

 Get acquainted with Brian. Click here to read his profile. 

2017 Annual District Conference

March 27-28, 2017
New Hope Church
The Church Today and Tomorrow
Speaker: Kevin Kompelmein, EFCA President

Audio and powerpoints from the sessions

May News & Resources

Missions Update: May 2017
Introducing the Los Pinos Nuevos Denomination in Cuba

Pastoral Care Encouragement: May 2017
A Painful Question

Faith Community Nursing: May 2017
Advance Care Planning

Zipline Newsletter -April 2017

Calendar Dates

 

 

Gratefully Bidding Farewell to One Call, Eagerly Engaging the Next Call

By Tom Mouw

The stories coming out of East Africa are heartbreaking, as parents are forced to leave children behind, too emaciated to continue with other siblings to receive the food and water that are part of the current relief from the devastating famine.  We have an unprecedented opportunity to join with a broad cross-section of people of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian faith working side-by-side to pack meals destined for the hardest hit areas of Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, and South Sudan.

Click here to make a difference.

Please sign up to invest a few hours June 2-5 to show up, join in, and reach out with kindness and the love of God to vulnerable people here at home and in East Africa.  As I have gathered with leaders from diverse faith communities in recent weeks, I have assured them of the willingness of an army of people of peace to mobilize together from our Free Church association of churches, and Lord willing, all backgrounds to work together to feed the famished.

As I prepare to bid ‘farewell’ to the NCD after 27 years of service, I am convinced there has never been an opportunity comparable to this to demonstrate the compassion of Christ to other members of our community by responding to a crisis of this scope and magnitude.  And in so doing, we can get outside the four walls, build bridges with hundreds of foreign-born friends and neighbors, and make a gospel impact.


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