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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Visit to Charlestown New Hampshire Foursquare Church

Karen and I drove to Charlestown, New Hampshire on Saturday afternoon to be the guests of Life Fellowship, the Foursquare Church of Charlestown. . We love driving through the northern New England countryside. On Saturday evening we had dinner with several couples from the church, including Mike and Carol Gibson who lead the Missions ministry of the church. We then spent the night at the "Dutch Treat" bed and breakfast.

On Sunday we spoke at both the 8:30 and 10:30 morning services of Life Fellowship. We love visiting this congregation. They are a fun, friendly church and they have a great vision for reaching their community and for being involved in world missions. Pastors Dave and Cindy Grasso have a great team of people and the church has experienced significant growth in the last several years.

After the morning services we had lunch and a question and answer time with the missions fellowship of the church. Later we dropped by the home of our new friends Moe and Faya. Faya was a Russian immigrant who has lived in America for 8 years and has her American citizenship now. They were wonderful hosts and Faya treated us to a wonderful snack of Blini (Russian pancakes). As the sun began to set we got into our car and began the two hour drive back to Massachusetts. All in all in was a great weekend. Next weekend we will be in Skowhegan, Maine.

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