To the NW Regional Fellowship Network family of God,
We pray all is well for you, your families, your churches and your ministries as we turn the corner into Fall. We know our hearts are with the millions of people who are suffering in Texas and Louisiana, and we are watching with concerned prayer for regions potentially impacted by Hurricane Irma. At times like these, we are sustained by faith, by prayer, and by the tangible ministry efforts of Christians and organizations which bring disaster relief.
Fellowship Network President Steve Holder has kept us up to date of some of the efforts that are taking place in the aftermath of Harvey. Specifically, a Fellowship Network member, Christ in Action, is a superb organization, given to dedicated action to those most impacted. If you are and your churches and ministries are able, we also urge you to consider a gift to them, at christinaction.com. Many of our churches are not large here in the NW but our combined efforts of prayer and tangible gifts can add up to large impact.
SAVE THE DATE!
RISE UP!—our NW Regional Conference—will be April 17-19, 2018, in Cheyenne, WY, hosted by Pastors Dan and Kelli Irish and Harvest Time Christian Fellowship. Plan to be with us as we look forward to a rich several days together in Worship, in the Word, and in fellowship together. We will send updates as plans unfold. We look forward to seeing you there.
Please contact any of us if we may be of assistance to you. We look forward to fresh
winds of the Spirit of God blowing through our region, our states, and our nation. It’s a joy to serve Jesus in the Fellowship Network with you.
Please contact any of us if we may be of assistance to you.
Your new NW Regional Board of Directors:
- Pastor Kevin Hunter, NW Regional VP
- Pastor Tom Weaver, NW Regional Board Treasurer
- Pastor Jonathan Engstrom, NW Regional Board Secretary
- Pastor Dan Irish, NW Regional Board member
- Pastor Larry North, NW Regional Board member
- Pastor Jon Engstrom, advisor to the VP and the Board of Directors
- Pastor Phil Vance, Fellowship Network National Board Secretary