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Martin Luther King Jr Day Twin Cities Events

Dr Martin Luther King Jr was a man who not only fought for justice and equality, but he also believed in living his life in service to others.  So what better way to observe the holiday named in his honor than to engage in activities that promote community and encourage service?

Minneapolis is blessed to have many different activities and events taking place on this special day.  Click here to view the comprehensive listing of the various different MLK Day observances.

January 10th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

A Year of Plenty

Many are referring to 2020 as “The Year of Plenty”.  As the new year begins today, our prayer for our church is that we will have a mindset to receive God’s plenty – plenty of His favor, plenty of His grace, plenty of His mercy, plenty of His blessings, plenty of His wisdom and of course, plenty of His spirit. Whatever God has in store for us here at the Ship, individually and corporately, we pray that we get ourselves in position to receive it, in plentiful measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over!
Let’s get in position for His plenty in 2020, Shipmates! Make us ready, God. In Jesus name, amen.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
January 1st, 2020|Categories: News Articles|

The Brundidge Crew Makes News Once Again!

The Brundidge kids keep popping up in the news, both local and national.  This time it’s because they were among the hundreds who brought items to donate after the devastating Drake Hotel fire in Minneapolis. Brothers Andrew and Brandon were among the many to show up on site to share with those who had lost everything in this fire.  Andrew even went so far as to donate his most prized possession – a pair of autographed Kyrie Irving Nike tennis shoes!  Talk about examples of selfless generosity.  What a great job their parents, Shawn & Sheletta Brundidge are doing in raising them.

Click here for the local story on Eyewitness News 5.

Click here for the national media coverage from CBS Morning News.

December 27th, 2019|Categories: Community, News Articles|