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This morning we went to a Rwandan mission church in the heart of mid-Michigan

When we left the worship service at Christ The King Anglican Church in Dewitt, MI this morning, both my wife and I looked at each other and said there's something special happening there.

Could there be seeds of a religious revival being planted just north of our state's capital city?

Christ The King Anglican Church (AMIA), Dewitt, MI

The church is part of the Anglican Mission In The Americas which is a mission of the Anglican Church in Rwanda.  It's conservative and evangelical and believes in the inerrancy of the Bible.

The local church-Christ The King-is led by Father Jack Lumanog, a young first-generation American of Filipino descent, who is filled with a passion to reach others with the hope of salvation through Jesus Christ.  His sermons are gospel-centered and charged with practical application.

This new congregation that's less than two-years-old and which used to meet in south Lansing now meets in an almost empty outlet mall on the northern edge of the metropolitan area.

Are you looking to fill that God void in your life?  This is a place worth checking out.  It's still small, but you can feel the presence of the Holy Spirit.

Today's sermon by "Father Jack"
was from the Parable of the landowner with the vineyard.  In today's world, it's a story worth getting excited about.  It points straight to a loving and patient God filled with mercy.

Take a listen and leave a comment about what you think.


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