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Men’s Prayer Breakfast

Men of all ages! Join us on Saturday, February 9 for our 2013 Faith Promise Men’s Prayer Breakfast at HomeTown Buffet in Garden Grove (9635 Chapman Ave, 92841). It is located in the Garden Grove Promenade, between Brookhurst and Gilbert. Adults $6.49, Seniors $5.49 and Kids $4.99. This event will begin at 8:00AM. our guest speaker will be Rob North. If you have any questions, call the church office 714-534-5770.

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Annual Faith Promise Weekend February 9 & 10, 2013

GGNaz NMI presents “Visiting Sri Lanka”

Our guest speaker will be Rob North. Rob is Senior Administrator for Nazarene Missions International (NMI). Part of his role is to share the exciting things happening around the World through missions to districts and local churches.

This year our Faith Promise Weekend includes the following:

Men’s Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, February 9 at HomeTown Buffet in the Garden Grove Promenade (northwest corner of Brookhurst and Chapman).  Men of all ages are invited to attend at 8:00AM. Cost: Adults $6.49, Seniors $5.49, Kids $4.99.

Faith Promise Dinner on Saturday, February 9 in the church fellowship hall. The dinner will begin at 6:00PM. The menu and cost have not been decided. Watch for more information in our Sunday bulletin and on this website as it becomes available.

The grand finale will be our Faith Promise Service on Sunday, February 10 at 10:00AM. At the conclusion of this service “Promise” cards will be distributed for you to pray about and return, indicating what, with God’s help, you will give for missions throughout the year.

Please be in prayer for this exciting weekend and for the Nazarene missionaries around the world.

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A Special Celebration to Honor Missions Education

Congratulations to everyone who read all of the 2011-12 missionary books this year!

The GGNaz Missions Council said thank you, this past Sunday, to our church family for supporting missions throughout the year. They also said a very special thank you to everyone who has read or listened to all six 2011-12 Missions Books. It was a fun evening with ice cream and a wide assortment of toppings. Scoops and toppings were only 25 cents, but free for the avid readers. We had a lot of fun singing a few “vintage” Sunday school songs (hand motions and all!).

Knowledge leads to compassion

The Church of the Nazarene has a great tradition of adult missions education. Every year, Nazarene Missions International publishes a set of books that tell the stories of men and women all over the world, from a variety of backgrounds and cultures, who heed the call to serve.  NMI describes their mission best:

Knowledge is key to involvement. With an understanding of the needs of the world and what the church is doing to meet those needs, we are more likely to commit to the support of missions through prayer, giving, communication, and going. (From www.nmi.nazarene.com.)

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The GGNaz Missions Council works hard to make missions learning fun. If you would like to read some of this year’s books, email church-office@ggnaz.org or talk to our Nazarene Missions International President, Debbie Johnson at church this Sunday. You can also check out Mission Connection Magazine or visit the Nazarene Compassionate Ministries website.

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