Northeast Georgia Special Missions Outreach: Final words from Rev. Kevin Kurtz on this ministry
Many of you know that I went back and received my masters degree. In the past year I have worked 12 hours a week at Shepherds Hill Academy just outside of Martin. It is a wilderness program for troubled teens. Recently Shepherds Hill has offered me a fulltime position as their Chaplain and Clinical Director and I have accepted it. I will begin this new position January second. I personally want the thank all of you for the service you have given through the many years, as you have followed the Lords leading. I want to thank you for the friendships that we have developed. I also want to thank you for the years of support through prayers, finances and service. At the truck stop ministry will continue with the volunteers. There is a need for additional help there.For those of you who have been giving financial support thank you! Funding for NEGSMO will no longer continue. Again, Thank You!
James Irvin was recognized and presented a plaque at the Associational Executive Committee Meeting in December for 25 years of committed service as Associational Treasurer.
Ebenezer Rob Hardy has left as Youth Minister to relocate to NC; Steve Paysen is serving as Missions & Evangelism Pastor
Liberty Hill Ray Whiten has resigned as Worship Leader
Mt Carmel has a new Youth Pastor, Taylor Welborn
Toms Creek Wilson Hatcher has been called as Interim Music Minister
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering goals:
Grace goal was $2,000, total offering was $4,422
Hill Street goal was $4,900, total offering was $6,090.00
Martin Our goal was $1,000, offering was $2,231.50
New Hope goal was $1,800, total offering was $2,449.98
Toms Creek met goal of $51,000
Monthly Budget Needs: $10,757.00
Received for November: $10,206.78