Gloria McKnight was baptized on March 28.It is so exciting to see how God is working in the Montgomery ministry! There will be more about Gloria in next week's newsletter.
New Disciple for TU!
Tuskegee freshman Nia Anyike as baptized on Sunday, March 25. Nia is a communications major from Indianapolis.
Nia’s story is one of a heart gradually opening. She began attending the Tuskegee women’s Bible talk earlier this academic year. Then she started studying the Bible with Taylor Wilson. After a time, she saw that church attendance was also important. Other sisters joined her studies. They remarked on her increasing vulnerability. They saw her become more perceptive. Nia began to build convictions which led her to make Jesus the Lord of her life through baptism.
One of Nia’s great strengths is that she brings friends to Bible talk and church with her. “She invites her friends to everything,” said Brielle Bryant-Erales. “I’m excited to see how many people she’s going to change. I have a vision for her to be able to lead.”
Taylor is impressed at how God brought Nia to a point of sincere faith, "I can see she's holding it in her heart."
With seven Tuskegee disciples graduating, Nia is a great part of the next generation for Tuskegee. God is working, and we are grateful!
Outdoor Resurrection Sunday gathering at the North Pavilion this Sunday at 10 AM. (Please arrive early to help set up!)
Directions: go north on College St, pass the Publix. Make a left on Farmville Road and a right on Auburn Lakes. The North Pavilion will be on your right.
This will be an outdoor service so dress accordingly
GENEROSITY SUNDAY will be April 29.
The window for giving will remain open until May 13th.
Congratulations to Courtland Brown, who has been accepted into the prestgious Carnegie Mellon University to pursue a master's degree in electrical engineering. Courtland will graduate from Tuskegee University in May.
"I feel that this is honestly a blessing from God," said Courtland. "I really only look at myself as this chubby kid from Jackson, MS. So to see God take me to a place of this caliber is extremely humbling. I have a lot of bittersweet feelings about transitioning from the ATCC to the church in Pittsburgh. I have prayed a lot about making grad school about God and not just advancing my career. My goal is to figure out how I can contribute to the ministry in Pittsburgh and help advance the kingdom!"
Below: Scenes from the Habitat for Humanity Service project.
Below: Scenes from women's midweek.
Below: Maurissa sharing at church, group hug, other captured moments.
Sun. April 1 -- EASTER SUNDAY! Outdoor gathering with picnic and egg hunt,10 AM; HOPE at Monarch Retirement Home, 2 PM Mon. April 2-- Game night at Monarch, 7 PM Sun. April 15 -- Lord's Supper Service Sun. April 22 -- House Church Sunday Sun. April 29 -- Outdoor Service/Year End Picnic, Generosity Sunday
Giving on 03/25/18 was $1620.60
Minimum Operating Budget: $2100