The Equipper Newsletter
April 2, 2014
Churches Equipping Saints for Service
 Mapping the Church

Where is your church?" I could answer that question by telling you my church is in Arlington Heights, Illinois, in Chicago's northwest suburbs. But I'd rather answer it by showing you the three large maps on a wall in our church lobby.

One is a world map. Another is a map of Arlington Heights and neighboring suburbs. Between them is a map of the Chicago area. The world map has labels marking Middleburg, South Africa, as well as locations in Russia and Guatemala. Labels on the regional and local maps mark other locations, such as a Habitat for Humanity build, the Chicago Botanical Garden, and the Arlington Heights Library. . . . Continue reading.


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  What Others are Doing
More stories from The Equipper of how others are equipping people to serve:
 More Good Stuff
Two viewpoints on using the word "volunteer" in the church

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