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New Testament Christian Church - Sis Martha Love

 

Conference news

       

 

Hello Brethren,

I hope this letter finds you well and being blessed!

With a heavy heart I'm writing to inform you that, due to the Corona virus outbreak, we have decided to cancel both 20/20 Vision Conferences.

Washington State has been placed under strict regulations for group sizes (250 max.) for an indefinite period of time. We feel it's just a matter of time until it will be nationwide. There is also the threat of a travel ban for WA state.

I pray that you will be able to get refunds or credit for your flights and hotels; you will need it for our LIFT THE ROOF OFF Fall Conference at the National Campground, September 28-October 1, 2020!

This is a situation that certainly falls into the Romans 8(28) category! We know God is in control and has His way in the whirlwind. We are praying for you and yours through this trying time, and for your labors for the King and his Kingdom.

God bless you,

M.C. Kekel

   

Look what the Lord is doing!

In April of 1979, in a Spring Conference at the Home in Tillicum, WA, the need for a Servicemen’s Home and Church in Hawaii was presented. An offering was raised, and Mom and Pop Gaylord volunteered to go and pioneer. NTCC has had a ministry to and for the military since that time. Read more...


For the last few years, we've undertaken a program of remodeling and repairing some of our Servicemen’s Homes. This has been so gratifying; watching as prayers and hard work have resulted in beautiful new facilities for our military outreach. Read more...


The Home at Ft. Polk was the 2nd military outreach of NTCC; pioneered by Rev and Sis J.P. Rodrigues in 1978. They began in a single wide house trailer which served as church and home.

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