CCN Holding a Workshop at "Diva Night"!

  • Partnering with other Ministries

    Campus Leader, Andre, is supporting his church by leading a week long outreach at his church. He was able to teach the children and share the gospel.

    Leah spent a week volunteering for Joni and Friends. She spent time with children and their families. 

    Campus Leader, Cliff, helped out with Vacation Bible School at his church. Here are a few of the students that attended the program. 

    Jenifer was asked to speak at the Vacation Bible School at her church.  She shared the gospel with the children and taught them how to share the gospel with other kids.

    Jenifer also spent a few weekends training up a young man that is feeling convicted to do abortion ministry.  Jen took him to the abortion clinic several weeks to help him learn the ropes.  Jen was able to minister to several people that go out to the clinic and minister each week.  One of the gentlemen was not sure of his salvation.  About an hour was spent on how a person knows they are saved and sanctification.  

    Ryan, Leah, and Eric spent several days at their local clinic sharing the gospel and pleading with women to not have an abortion.  They had a turn away this month, which means a baby was saved.

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CCN Holding a Workshop at "Diva Night"!
















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Come out to "Diva Night" and enjoy an evangelism
workshop led by Tiffany of CCN. Then, enjoy a night
of praising and worshipping the Lord with music!


Conference Information:

Date: Saturday, November 19, 2005
Workshops and Seminars begin at 9:30AM
Breakfast and Lunch will be served
Dinner will be at 5PM
Concert begins at 6:30PM

Located at:
Christian Church Assembly John 3:16
1078 Kelly Street
(btwn Westchester Ave. & 167th Street)
Bronx, NY

Tickets:
ONLY $12 Tickets (including workshops,
seminars, meals, and concert!)
$15 at Door

Contact pgarcia@feiss.com to order your tickets
today!!



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