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Announcing Whatcom Love INC 8th Annual Fall Fundraiser: Mercy Triumphs
We’d love it if you could join us for Love INC’s 8th Annual Fundraiser Event on Friday evening, October 12, 2018, from 6-8 pm at Bellingham Covenant Church.
Join us for the silent auction, dinner, live music, dessert dash and program in support of this local nonprofit and ministry of serving community members in need.
Ticket Cost: $35 Register by Wednesday, October 10, 2018. Register here online using the button, or by phone during office hours Mon-Thurs 9-1 pm or at the door.
Dining for charity is a fun way to support Love INC and learn more about how we’re impacting lives. The goal of this evening is to raise sufficient funds to continue in our vision of mobilizing Christians in living out their faith by serving people in need in their communities. The theme this year is “Mercy Triumphs.” We each can make a difference in the lives of others, but we can make a greater impact together. Hope to see you there! Our neighbors need us.
Please join us Friday evening, October 12, 2018, from 6-8 pm at Bellingham Covenant Church. Have any questions, wish to sponsor or host a table? Contact by email: Shannon@whatcomloveinc.org or call 360-715-1175.
Sunday evenings, September 23, 30, Oct 7, at 6pm-7:30pm
Hosted at Northwest Baptist Church
Facilitated by Shannon Williamson, Executive Director of Love INC
What to expect: 3 weeks of 90-minute training sessions on how the Church is called to holistically help people in need. This training will use Redemptive Compassion Training content in an interactive seminar style class. You will learn core principles and concepts necessary for holistic transformation; grapple with real case studies in a round-table setting with guided discussions.
Redemptive Compassion® study guide book offers a biblical perspective on how the Church is called to holistically help people in need. The book is authored by Lois Tupyi and is accompanied by free online training video clips of Lois speaking into these issues. This is a great educational resource for churches to use as they work through how to live out Christ’s holistic love for the needy with wisdom.
Redemptive Compassion® training content, based on the book, is a biblical philosophy covering how we can offer holistic help to those we serve. This training content developed from over fifteen years of working daily with people who find themselves struggling with needs in their life; it includes real case studies and applies effective principles for helping.
If you find the following questions unsettling, Redemptive Compassion Training is for you.
We have an opportunity to serve the city of Bellingham on August 19th. We have a morning group at 9-11 am
and an afternoon group at 3-4:30 pm (the afternoon group has been canceled). Graffiti Street clean up and sometimes helping with yard work if it’s a problem spot. This is a great way to bless our city code officers. Do you want to join us for this City Service Event? Do you have a church group, small group, youth group or family group who would like to get out this summer and serve the city through this graffiti clean-up project?
Registration required for this event so we can be prepared for your participation. Email email@example.com with questions. Hope to see you there!
Dear Friends, Love INC is now hiring and accepting applications for the following staff position:
Saturday, June 2nd, 9AM to Noon, Free
at CTK Bellingham
“An interactive seminar for people wanting to address the multifaceted aspects of poverty from a Biblical perspective. It will highlight the toxic effects some charity can have on the people it’s meant to benefit, deepen your understanding of the root causes of poverty here in Whatcom County, and then grapple with the solutions.”
Click this link to view the Spring 2018 flyer for 1-on-1 Managing Your Money: 1on1 flyer
Celebrating One Year!
Better Together Breakfast will gather again tomorrow morning, Wednesday September 20, 2017, 7-8 AM hosted at Over Easy restaurant (next to Trader Joe’s) at 2430 James Street. This month’s meeting marks one full year of this wonderful prayer and networking breakfast for Christian leaders of local nonprofits. This event has been a great source of encouragement for nonprofit workers as it creates opportunity for unity, corroboration, information sharing, friendship and support.
If you are a leading staff person at a local nonprofit and would like to gather for networking and prayer with others, please join us tomorrow morning Better Together Breakfasts this Wednesday morning 7 AM at Over Easy. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know how many are coming from your organization. Thank you!
Invite: Breakfast is hosted by A Future and A Hope Foundation. Invitation is extended to the leadership staff of non-profits and welcomes 2 people per organization.