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BCALIVE

NOVEMBER 8 | 2012

HURRICANE SANDY AID Personal Care Kits Needed Churches and small groups such as youth groups, Bible study groups, Sabbath school classes, and others, can also help by making personal care kits to hand out to people who are not able to use their homes due to flooding or wind and tree damage. There are 11 different types of care kits that can help people who are displaced from their homes and schools. Go here for the list and contents of each. Donate! http://bit.ly/UeoIXx http://bit.ly/RtpfHN

Hurricane Sandy has left millions of people in need of food, water, personal care items, cleaning supplies, shelter, and much more. Trained Adventist Community Services Disaster Response (ACS DR) volunteers up and down the east coast of the United States are hard at work providing emergency assistance in Christ’s name. With your help, they can do much more. ACS DR is a well-respected disaster response leader that can leverage

Hurricane Sandy has left mi care items, cleaning supplie Community Services Disaste the east coast of the United assistance in Christ’s nam ACS DR is a well-respecte

donated dollars. Please consider making a donation to ACS DR and help your church make a difference in the lives of Hurricane Sandy survivors.

donated dollars. Please co your church make a differe

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BC Alive: November 8, 2012  

British Columbia Weekly Newsletter. British Columbia Conference serves 101 churches and 17 schools throught British Columbia and the Yukon

BC Alive: November 8, 2012  

British Columbia Weekly Newsletter. British Columbia Conference serves 101 churches and 17 schools throught British Columbia and the Yukon

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