Announcements

Rustlings (January 14, 2018)

10,000 steps a day. That’s the magic number. 10,000 steps. I have not hopped on the Fitbit (or the iWatch or the Garmin) bandwagon. One, I’m not drawn toward technology – it tends to frustrate and scare me – and two, I already employ a fitness regimen that has served...

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Happy New Year Everyone!

Hopefully, you have seen or heard by now that Inasmuch Day is scheduled for Saturday, March 16, 2019. Save the date and join us for an incredible day of service in our community! If you are new to Inasmuch Day, we hope we can answer some of your questions below. We...

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AYMC Pulse

Jessica Rhoads, a Certified Personal Trainer, is seeing clients at the AYMC. Jessica specializes in functional movement systems, a form of personal training. She is one of few Level 2 Certified Functional Movement trainers in the Upstate. “With consistent training,...

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What Is a Stephen Minister Like?

THEY ARE AMONG US No, we’re not talking about angels or aliens. We’re talking about individuals who care about others. The Scriptures describe their service well: “Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you...

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Focus on Missions

Greenville’s Gift During January 2019, we will be collecting baby items for Greenville’s Gift. We started collecting for Greenville’s Gift in 2017 and have enjoyed stocking the crib with onesies, bibs and other necessities for the little ones. Greenville’s Gift is a...

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Interfaith Hospitality Network

Have you ever passed a homeless person and wondered, “What in the world can I do?” In 1982, New Jersey business woman Karen Olson faced this same question and purchased an extra sandwich at lunch. Karen sat on the sidewalk with Millie to listen to her story. Soon,...

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Matt’s Sabbatical

Many of you are aware that I am in the final year of my Doctor of Ministry degree at Gardner Webb University. It has been a tough – but fun and rewarding – two and a half years of reading, writing and collaborating with my fellow cohort members and my professors. Now,...

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