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Reaching Out Through Campus Outreach

September 3, 2013

One of the blessings that has been East Point Church over the years has been our relationship with the parachurch ministry Campus Outreach.  Early in our vision as a church, we established the desire to support and grow with missions, both local and abroad. Consequently, it has been our pleasure to partner with and support Campus Outreach at the Atlanta University Center through the Johnsons (Mwamba and Nyema) and the Thedfords (Pascual and Sharon).  They not only serve on the campus, but are also faithful servants in the local church. We are blessed and benefit greatly from what God has done and is doing through them.

Abroad, we also partner with and support Campus Outreach in Johannesburg, South Africa through the Byrds (Timothy and Naia). In fact, Tim and Naia were with us this past Sunday and once again shared the vision of Campus Outreach Johannesburg with us. It was great hearing Tim talk about the vision and impact the ministry is having on students at the universities and as they leave and enter the workplace. Campus Outreach seeks to glorify God by building laborers on the campus for the lost world. Timothy and Naia are doing just that. In the video is a brief update on recent happenings in their life and ministry.

I want to encourage you to consider giving to Tim and Naia Byrd. They are doing a good work in South Africa. Your prayerful support of them will allow them to continue their mission and bless you as you actively participate in what God is doing in the world.  You can learn more about the Byrds and how you can pray for and financially support them by going to www.missionalmindset.com.

Thank you.

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