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There are a few people that are planning to read through and discuss Let The Nations Be Glad by John Piper starting this Saturday (6/16). If you are interested in joining in (even if you aren’t able to make it this Saturday) please email Jonathan M.

Here are the details for the upcoming meeting:

Saturday at 7:00 AM at Do-Rite Donuts (181 N. Morgan Street, Chicago, IL 60607)

Reading Intro through Chapter


Every December we take up a special offering that goes directly to International Missions. It’s called the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.

We will be collecting the offering on Sunday, December 24th. Would you pray about directing some of your year-end giving to enable missionaries to be sent to make disciples and multiply churches among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God? More information will be shared this Sunday.

This Sunday we will be having regular service at 10:45 AM. Before service Sunday School for ages 6 and up is CANCELLED.

Also, this week is the last chance to give to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering if you haven’t already. 100% of all donations go directly to the mission field. Check out here for inspirational videos and more info.

As in previous years, IBC will be collecting a Lottie Moon Christmas offering, 100% of which goes directly to support missionaries with IMB. We will be collecting a Lottie Moon offering again this year and ask that you prayerfully consider end of year giving towards this cause.

If you’re writing a check, please put “Lottie Moon offering” in the memo line, or use one of the envelopes we’ll have available in the back of church and drop it off with the offering.

Find out more here:

This Sunday after the service there will be Thai food and a presentation from our missionaries to Thailand with more details about their work!

Lydia is having the Hongs (one of our international missionaries) over to her house for dinner on Monday (11/16) at 6:30 PM. She has room for about 10 more people around her table, so if you want to get to know the Hongs better this would be a great opportunity.

RSVP to Lydia.

This Wednesday is the first Wednesday of August, which is when we’ve been having All-Church Prayer Meetings. This month’s is going to be a special one.

We will start at 6:00 PM (instead of 6:45) and have dinner together. There will be lamb kabobs and food from Ghareeb Nawaz!

Then we will be hearing from the Larsons and Ennises about the places and people groups they will be going to as missionaries and spending some dedicated and focused time praying for God to move there.

We’d like to get a rough headcount, so please email Vivian at internationalmissions at immanuel dash baptist dot net if you plan to be there.

This coming Sunday (4/19) we will be hearing from one of our international partners! Being the third Sunday of the month, we’ll also be having lunch together after the service. Plan to stick around and fellowship with others and hear about what God is doing in the global church.

This Sunday will be the last day to give to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Make your checks out to “Immanuel Baptist Church” and write “Lottie Moon” in the memo line. Lottie Moon was a missionary to China many years ago. 100% of the offering goes to support missionaries on the field through the International Mission Board.

The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is an opportunity to support the work of our International Mission Board missionaries across the globe. All gifts (100%) given through the Lottie Moon Offering go directly to the field to share the gospel in large metropolitan areas and remote villages throughout the world.

We’ll have a poster put up on the Missions Board at The Meeting Place and put some prayer guides on the Information Table. We’ll be collecting donations the next two Sundays. You can drop a check in the offering with “Lottie Moon” in the memo line.

If you have any questions, contact our Deacons of International Missions at internationalmissions at immanuel dash baptist dot net.

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