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MBS Receives SOS
During the recent protests and riots, Baltimore City’s Emergency Operation Center operator called the Salvation Army requesting them to step into the fray by providing mobile kitchens to be deployed at the corner of North and Pennsylvania Avenues. Major Rebecca Hogg, Salvation Army’s Associate Area Commander of the Central Maryland Command prepared to provide canteens, bottled water, sandwiches, chips and clean-up assistance to the residents. Thinking of the trauma of citizens with homes in the midst of all this, Major Hogg wanted to supply spiritual help.
Recently through their need for Bibles, MBS was introduced to Handicapped Encounter Christ (HEC), a diverse ministry for people with varying disabilities.
Catholic in origin, this ecumenical non profit organization’s mission is to create and hold events that promote friendships and a sense of community. Its purpose is to establish a positive image and respect for people with disabilities within the larger Christian community. It is a completely volunteer organization and exists only on donations.HEC wants to breakdown barriers by reminding believers that we all have some type of disability.
By Thomas Schetelich | Ferguson, Schetelich, and Ballew. P.A
Acts 27 records the voyage of the Apostle Paul to Rome. He was a prisoner, being taken to Rome to appear before Caesar. During the voyage, the ship was caught in a storm so strong that all hope was given up. But Paul stood up and said, “I urge you to take heart, for there will be no loss of life among you …. For there stood by me this night an angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I serve, saying, ‘Do not be afraid, Paul; you must be brought before Caesar; and indeed God has granted you all those who sail with you.’ ” (v. 22 – 24).
MBS Bible Sundays are becoming more and more popular. MBS offers them as an opportunity to create partnerships with churches. The most recent partnership developed with North Carroll Cooperative Parish, Women In Mission at St. John’s United Methodist Church in Carroll County, MD.
Taking the initiative, Nancy Connor of the Women in Mission of St. John’s United Methodist Church called to ask our Executive Director, Dave Moyer to come and speak about our activities and future plans.