Nazarenes in the News: March 27, 2015

Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members.

Nazarene churches participate in Global Outreach Day

Millions of Christians around the world will mobilize on Global Outreach Day, May 30, to reach the people of their communities with the Word of God. 

Through the day, organizers hope that every Christian will become a witness and reach someone else for Christ. During last year's G.O.D., more than 38 million tracts were distributed and hundreds of thousands accepted Christ in their lives.

For more information about the day and ideas to reach others, visit globaloutreachday.com.

ENC students hope to help hungry elementary schoolers
Quincy, Massachussetts

(Patriot Ledger, March 26) Students at Eastern Nazarene College are organizing a "buddy bag" program to help address the problem of childhood hunger. And they're starting with elementary school children in Quincy. 

Eastern Nazarene sophomore Nathaniel Nutter said being hungry "can be stressful" for children, and the Eastern Nazarene students are "raising awareness of what's going on."

Nutter said the class plans to fill the bags with fruit and other food items.

"We don't have the bags yet. It's a semester-long (project). If all goes well, the delivery will be in early April."

The bags — perhaps 350 of them — are destined to go to Quincy's Snug Harbor Elementary School.

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Missouri church member to be honored as Citizen of the Year
Piedmont, Missouri

(Wayne County Journal-Banner, March 19) The Piedmont Area Chamber of Commerce will honor Lonnie Montgomery as its Citizen of the Year during a Meet and Greet Thursday, April 2, at 7 p.m. at the Clearwater Elementary School Gymnasium. Cookies, tea, and coffee will be served at the reception.

The community is urged to stop by and congratulate Montgomery during the reception. He is a lifelong Piedmontian and is well known throughout the community. He is often seen walking through town or sitting peacefully looking at coins. 

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