The Beacon November 2018

Pictured Right: our trip to Ekonk Hill Farm Corn Maze. We had a great time of fellowship. Happy Autumn!!! 🙂
We invited the First Responders of Exeter to an appreciation service and dinner October 21. We presented them with some tokens of appreciation and prayed for them. We are so thankful for our community’s first responders!
We had a great time together at the annual Harvest Party enjoying hot spiced cider, hot dog roasting, s’mores, and pinatas. We also had a singalong and devotion by the campfire. Of course, after the pinatas, the candy market was open for negotiations . . . SERIOUS business!
Congratulations to one of our couples in the church married for 68 years! 🙂 We are so blessed!
The Mission North America Offering is Sunday, November 18. Please consider promoting this special offering that supplies much needed funds to train, equip, enable, encourage, and fortify Church Planters across the continent. We’re so grateful for Free Will Baptist North American Ministries, and we hope your church can be a part of this nationwide offering this fall! Thank you so much for your support and prayers!

Thank you for your faithful prayers and continued support! If you would like to make a donation to our account, please mark your gift “Bill Reynolds, RI” and mail to North American Ministries, PO Box 5002, Antioch, TN, 37011-5002, or you can donate online. Thank you!

Thank you for your financial support of our ministry. We need support for our monthly salary and donations to help pay off the church loan. Words can’t express how grateful we are for your continued support of this work and for your faithful prayers and words of encouragement! If you’d like to have me visit, please call me at 401-743-7440.

First Responders Appreciation Day 10.21.18

We invited the First Responders of the town of Exeter to an appreciation service on October 21 and presented each attendee with a pen, travel cup, and flashlight thanking them for their service. We prayed for them and then had a delicious lasagna and ham dinner with lots of tasty desserts. We are so thankful for the people who are dedicated to watching, protecting, and serving our community.

Corn Maze 10.13.18

Although the day started with rain and we had to delay our trip by one hour, the corn maze was open for an exciting yet relaxing afternoon at a beautiful farm in Connecticut. Next time we’ll have to remember to wear muck or rain boots to a corn maze on a day that begins with rain. 😉 We had a wonderful time at Ekonk Hill Farm.