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Made for Missions Newsletter 2

Made for Missions Newsletter 2

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.......the ink flows with Thanksgiving and Praise
Be still and know that I am God Psalm 46:10Death is swallowed up in victory Corinthians 15:42-57
September 2011Volume 1, Issue 2
Mission News:
as I meet with the Mission
Sta-tion Directors and Volunteerswho are answering their callto Missions. Realizing thatwe were all designed for Missions, it is my prayer thatthis
Made for Missions
newsletter will cause you to
hear the cries of those wholive with intimidation, insults,abuse and the feeling of helplessness. Will you noticethe people placed on your path today? Do you seethem, do you hear their criesand are you responding totheir needs? Enjoy readinghow others are answeringthe call to work in the har-vest field and we invite youto join in.
Then he said to his disciples,
the workers are few. Ask theLord of the harvest, there-fore, to send out workers into
38 NIV)
Barbara Franklin (803)215-6010 President, CC Missionschristcentralmissions.org  
 2 Nehemiah Project3Upcoming EventsGED4Bethel HouseBirthdays5Concession of HopeCCM Internships6Mission Needs7Word SearchUnscramble8
The Christ Central family lost one of its ownSeptember 12th. Jay Harding, husband to Kathyand father of Lori died from injuries sustained ina car accident in Aiken. Jay, was a former stu-dent at CCI and he was the second Director atChrist Central Missions, Aiken.CCM-Aiken will hold a memorial service at2:00pm Sunday, September 25 at 3605 RichlandAve. Aiken SC 29801.
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Read Hebrews 4:14-16
When the righteous cry for help, the LORD hears,and rescues them from all their troubles. The LORD isnear to the brokenhearted, and saves the crushed inspirit.- Psalm 34: 17-18 (NRSV)I have been single for many years. Since my childrenleft the nest, I have experienced bouts of loneliness anddepression. Simple tasks like grocery shopping for afamily on one can overwhelm me with despair.One Saturday afternoon at the grocery store, I sortedthrough the banana bin and found just the right bunch.As I pulled off one banana that I didn't want and put it back in the pile, I felt a deep, unexpected sadness. Iknow what it's like to feel isolated, left out, and discon-nected.That day as I retrieved the single banana, I remem- bered how God retrieves us. God understands our deep-est needs; and in our loneliest times, God draws us closein fellowship and love. We can restassured that we are God's preciouschildren, held gently in God's care.
Thank you, God of comfort, for your constant presence in our lives. Fill us with your love, your hope,and your promise.Amen.
Thought for the Day:
 Though we may feel left out, God retrieves us anddraws us close.
 Jennifer JeanncakeGED Instructor 
Prayer Focus:
She is a precious woman of God who loves the color purple.
Grandma Purple always wears something purple (hats, shoes,dresses, jewelry).On September 6, we honored Grandma Purple (i.e. Marga-ret Hammond) for all she does for others by wearing purple. Inher hometown of Thomasville, NC, Grandma Purple ministersto patients in hospitals by her visits andprayers for their healing. Just beingaround her will make you smile and feelbetter.
another success. We met so many peo-ple in those two days. Our banner dis-
ple were not
Well but were familiar with Christ Cen-tral. Comments were positive in ex-pressing appreciation for the ChristCentral ministries of Aiken. I hope thatthose who visited our booth will nowhave a better idea of the ministry inWagener.Tuesday, October 4, we will start anew Bible study at 10:30. These studies have brought womentogether who would not otherwise be together. Our discussionsare scripture centered and our fellowships filled with fun andgood food. We welcome and invite all women from all denomi-nations to join us.More events are on the calendar for October. The trip toHendersonville, NC for apple picking will take place the middleof October (13 or 20). We also will be exhibiting our handiworkin Columbia on October 19 at theSC Christian Chamber of Com-merce. We plan to include break-fast at Brookland Baptist Churchon #378 that morning.Until next month,
Be Blessed.
 Dianne Lemack's (803)606-1780 Director 
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Family Reunion with a Purpose
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-school program. Our
pants while serving as peer mentors. Our goal is to enhance leadership skills through
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students have the opportunity to qualify for financial rewards based on quarterly evaluations.
Hakeem and Angel are both attending Midland Tech. (Hakeem also has a part-time job.) Zack is helping every day with after-school program. BreAsha is attending USCand sent her regards. When Hakeem and Angel entered the school cafeteria, an im-
The Nehemiah Project
is a national pilot project that was launched three years ago in Lexington School District Two. Our mis-
fami-lies participate for FREE. We represent a partnership with
Christ Central Ministries
 Fellowship of Christian
 Athletes. We are totally volunteer andcross-denominational. We are registered as a 501 (c) 3 organization. Our mailing address is PO Box 227 Lexington, SC 29071 andour website is
re not!
 Scooter Scott (803)-231-8394 Director 
 As I stood at the bus stop waiting for our new crop of kids this school year, the neighbor-hood moms were lined up and down the sidewalk as well. They were lining upto place their children on a waiting list for our program-most of them begging
far the Lord has brought us in a little over a year. We started tutoring under an
neighborhood and I give Him all the glory. We currently have 16 K-5
grade children enrolled in our after-schoolprogram with a waiting list of 18. The kids enjoy being transported to our new location at Hope Plaza, Crossroads Church, twice a week. We look forward to seeing what the Lord will ac-complish in the lives of these children this year.
Michelle James, at 803-318-2497 Director 
Prosperity Project

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