Janet Martin, Maggie Mena, Ingrid Tablazon and the family of little Kate Thorton share how the Mother’s Day Offering was an expression of the love of Jesus Christ through the giving of NC Baptists.
Archive | February, 2011
The Mother’s Day Offering: “God Was at Work Giving Me Hope” “The Mother’s Day Offering had a great impact on my life. It made me feel like there was hope for me,” said Janet Martin, a cancer patient at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. “This was God at work. I thank Him so much […]
The Mother’s Day Offering: A Gift of Hope for Maggie Mena Thristan developed multiple ear infections when he was nine months old and had to see a doctor every week. Because he couldn’t hear well his speech was affected. He would lose his hearing without surgery. His parents brought him to Brenner Children’s Hospital at […]
The Mother’s Day Offering: God Has Shown Us His Love Ed and Leah Tablazon are loving parents and devoted servants of Christ. Ed is a church planter for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and they started a Filipino church in Winston-Salem. The Tablazons sacrificed personal security to follow God’s leading. Serving a small […]
A Gift of Hope for the Thornton family Kate Thornton was diagnosed with leukemia when she was 3-½ years old. She fought her illness with tremendous courage and strength along with the loving support of her parents, Susan and Joe, her family and friends. She inspired her family, her care givers at Wake Forest University […]