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24 Hours of Booty
7/24/2020 19:00:00 - Join Ponytail, Reborn, and others on a 2.3 mile cycling loop to raise funds for the 24 Foundation who is a proud local partner of the Levine Cancer Institute and Levine Children's Hospital. Funds raised at 24 Hours of Booty provide patient navigation and wellness programs including art therapy, healing touch, music therapy, massage, nurse navigators and more. Families, friends, runners, ruckers all welcome. See the preblast here For more information, see:Reborn
July 4th Convergence
Join your brothers on July 4th 2020 of from 7:00 - 8:00 at The Patriot for an epic celebration of America! See the preblast here For more information, see: Italian Job, White Hat, Fryin' Pan, Jester, and Ironsight
Bethel Men's Shelter July Update
7/14/2020 17:30:00 Sign up today to make an Impact at Bethel Men's Shelter from now to the end of the year. PAX and families are needed on the second Tuesday of each month from now to the end of the year. . Click Here to Sign up See the Preblast Here For more information, see: Reborn
June Word of The Month
June’s word of the month is Faith.
Entering Parliament at the young age of 21, William Wilberforce probably did not imagine the road of faith God was calling him to. After just a few years of being in Parliament, Wilberforce was asked to join the abolitionist movement and lead the reform in Parliament. With reluctance, he accepted the position, ushering in a long journey that would last for the remainder of his life.
When Wilberforce had a strong chance of becoming prime minister of one of the most powerful empires of its day, he had a choice to make: continue pursuing the abolitionist movement or become arguably the most powerful man in the world. This was not an easy choice, for Wilberforce could quickly justify the powerful position by using it as a platform for reform. However, Wilberforce had a strong faith that God called him to remain in his position. Speaking to these convictions, Wilberforce wrote, “God Almighty has set before me two great objects, the suppression of the slave trade and the reformation of manners.”