$10,000 reward offered in Mukilteo church arson

,000 reward offered in Mukilteo church arson
EVERETT. Wash. – An arsonist is still on the loose after destroying a Mormon church in Mukilteo. A $ 10,000 reward is offered for information leading to a conviction in the case. According to the Everett Fire Department, investigators found several suspicious cans behind the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on Harbour Pointe Boulevard. On Sunday, members of the church said they refuse …
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Church teaching is not an imposition – bishops
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Active Church Members Feeling Overwhelmed During Christmas Season Have Hope in New Book – “Falling in Love with the Church” Offered as Free Gift To Burned Out Christians

Kansas City, KS (PRWEB) December 9, 2006

Active church members feeling unappreciated because there are so few hands for the overwhelming work brought on by the Christmas season now have available to them a strong word of encouragement in a new book, “Falling in Love with the Church.” It is a must read before any further thoughts of bitterness or of being unloved start to take root. This book is offered FREE to anyone who is considering the possibility of leaving the church. Thanks to the “Love the Church Campaign” launched by National Church Specialties (NCS), an international ministry that helps build harmony in the church. “Falling in Love with the Church,” written by NCS founder Larry McKain, is a 280 page “how-to” guide to lead church members and leaders in building harmony, love and health back into the church.

“While the Christmas season is one of joy for many people, there are those who are so busy in the churches trying to make the holidays enjoyable for everyone else that they, themselves, are losing the joy of serving and some are even thinking about leaving their church because they feel unappreciated,” says McKain. “We have launched the “Love the Church Campaign” aimed at giving these sincere people encouragement, love and hope about going forward in their church before a seed of bitterness has an opportunity to grow.”

NCS is committed to helping believers this holiday season recapture the love and passion for the church that Christ felt. A FREE COPY of “Falling in Love with the Church” can be obtained by contacting NCS at 317.881.3693 or by visiting: http://www.lovethechurch.net.

In addition, NCS has launched a weekly electronic devotional newsletter called “LOVE THE CHURCH” to encourage all believers in the joyful task of loving the church and loving one another. This e-devotional offers insights from scripture to help Christians understand why they are called to love the church as Christ loved her – even when the church is behaving badly! It offers helpful advice and sound counsel on building a relationship with the church that will last a lifetime – through good as well as bad times.

New Church Specialties is a coaching and consulting ministry that works to build agenda harmony, and to strengthen and multiply the church. Founded on July 1, 1999, NCS has now trained over 60,000 church leaders in 22 different denominations, both here in the U.S. & Canada and around the world.

To obtain a review copy of “Falling in Love with the Church” or to learn more about New Church Specialties, please visit: http://www.newchurchspecialties.org.

Company Contact:

Tracy Nordyke

Love the Church Campaign Coordinator

503.641.1637

questions@newchurchspecialties.org

Media Contact:

Krystal Collazo

WDC Media PR

Toll-Free: 1-877-862-3600

Direct: 1-786-566-2452

E-Mail: KrystalCollazo @ wdcmedia.com

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