I had special opportunities during a ministry trip to New Jersey to share the fuller message of the Cross and celebrate God’s transformative grace and love. On the morning of June 3rd I was at The Colony of Mercy at America’s Keswick. (We have had their chaplains come to Tennessee for training over the years.) This recovery ministry was started by Cherri Freeman’s great grandfather.
The “hybrid” Workshop (online and in-person teaching) worked out wonderfully. About 18 people from Bayside Chapel in Barnegat enrolled in the online content and met on six Monday nights with pastors Joe Faraldi and Ken Carlson. The concluding in-person event was Friday night and Saturday, June 3,4. Two other couples from out of state attended and the Lord gave us special fellowship and interaction.
I anticipate using this hybrid model again with other like-minded churches.
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