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CU Church Outreach celebrates KA Day in Pulaski County region
CU international student told congregation after Veteran's were honored, “America is a second home for me, I love this country. I'm from Cameroon, where we have terrorists, so it's a blessing to be in this nation, by far the most blessed nation on earth. You guys have no reason not to wake up every morning and praise the Lord!”
By Linda Waggener
Over 150 Campbellsville University students, faculty and staff fanned out from the Larry and Beverly Noe Somerset Education Center to serve 27 churches in four counties on the Day of Kingdom Advance Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017.
In Laurel County, Jeff Sheppard observed, “There are a lot of Christian institutions that promote their stance by Christ with words. I am thankful that Campbellsville University promotes Christ in word and deed.” His Faith Assembly of God Church in London KY welcomed Dr. G Ted and Sheri Taylor and students Bethanee Tate, Anna McKinley, Dakota Stevens, Jocky Denguessi and Austin Greer.
In Pulaski County, Victory Christian Fellowship pastor Mark Harrell and his congregation welcomed Dr. and Mrs. Michael Carter, Steve Hadden and Herve Metsam. Dr. Carter thanked the congregation for welcoming CU to share a word. He said there’s no better way to tell the story of what is happening at Campbellsville University and introduced masters of business student Herve Cunha from Cameroon.
Herve's message went right to the hearts of those who had been celebrating Veterans in their families. He said, “America is a second home for me, I love this country. I'm from Cameroon, where we have terrorists, so it's a blessing to be in this nation, by far the most blessed nation on earth. You guys have no reason not to wake up every morning and praise the Lord!”
In Casey County, where Liberty United Methodist Church pastor Kim Koger and congregation welcomed Devan Bishop, Connor Mattingly, Chimrila Quinker, Tanisha Bruce and Milam Watkins, it was Tanisha who shared about when her mother lost her newborn baby brother, after having four miscarriages, and Bruce began one of her “darkest phases” in life. She said she ran away from God, became sick, and told God, “I let go and I give it all to you.” God’s hands reached out for her. She thought God had forsaken her, but she said God allows life to get tangled and he can untangle it. “God’s love is unconditional and unchanging,” she said. “God still loved me.”
For more information about Campbellsville University's Church Outreach Program, call 270-789-5510 or visit CUchurchoutreach.com.
This story was posted on 2017-11-30 20:04:28
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