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Silent Auction/Dinner for National Project (Glen Oaks Alliance Church in Troy, MI)
To raise support for the National Project as well as a great fellowship time for the entire church family, we hold a
Silent Auction/Dinner Night. We collect nice, used garage sale/household items that would be of interest to different
ages and genders. These are displayed on tables, each with a bidding sheet. As people see something they like, they
write their name and their bid on the sheet. Everyone gets involved and it becomes a family affair for a very good
cause. The bidding continues until a pre-set time, and the person with the highest bid gets the item.
We have shown the AW video the Sunday before or on the evening of the Auction to educate everyone about the National
Project. Our dinner is a theme meal such as a 'Tater supper with Baked Potatoes and various toppings, or a Chili or
Soup supper with various breads. We have also finished the evening with a Cookie Bake Off or other baking contest
with prizes for the most unique recipe or the mostflavorful or best presentation. The food items are donated and we
ask for a donation of $5 per adult or $15 for a family rate.
Our evening of fun is a bit of work, but we have raised more money this way than if we had just collected donations
and everyone has a great time!
- by Jeannie W.
An Encouraging Way to Collect for the Outfit Fund (Peoples Church in Geneva, Ohio)
We do not receive money from the church to run our program, and we want to be able to support our District Outfit fund.
We have 4 traveling baskets going around the church with 15 ladies names listed on each card in the basket. We are
having a contest to see which basket canget back to the starting lady first. We hvae a gift (like napkins and a
candle, a book that suits that woman, or homemade goodies, etc.) We do not ask that they spend a lot of money, but
give of their love to the next lady. In this basket is also a jar for offering. The offering goes for the Outfit Fund
for our missionaries. We have extra money for our fund and are able to do a few extras.
- by Cheryle N.
Sew-a-thon for Mali (Peoples Church in Geneva, Ohio)
We had a Sew-a-thon for Mali in the Fall. For 12 hours, ladies, girls, teens, young and old and even guys helped us sew,
rip and roll bandages. We also sewed blankets, drape sheets, surgical masks, and other items that were needed for the
new Mali Hospital in Koutiala. For some of our teens, it was the first time they ever used a sewing machine. It was a
special time and the church people are asking for another day to sew for Mali. Everyone who helped that day feel like
they are a part of Mali now.
- by Cheryle N.
MK Care (Article from 2003-2004 Yearbook, Adjust Your Focus)
Alliance women are truly on the forefront of missionary care! Many missionary families have remained on the mission field and enjoyed years of successful ministry because of the faithful prayer support of Alliance Women. Many missionary families have experienced the miracle of healing or an urgent need met because of the faithful prayer support of Alliance women and their obedience to act on God's leading. Many missionary families have known the joy of their child's surprise as a package of love has arrived at just the right time, sent sometimes months before, or even on human standards a little too late, but God has orchestrated the arrival of the package at just the right time to meet the need. As Alliance Women continue to heed the prompting of our Sovereign God, missionary families will continue to work toward that ultimate goal: that the Gospel of Christ will be preached to every nation, and every tongue and tribe will be represented at the throne of God. (See full article.)
- by Susanna G.
Showing Hospitality to Missionaries (Article from 2004-2005 Yearbook, Hands On)
Every successful missionary endeavor has two components: Those who go and those who send.
If God has not called you to GO would you willing to SERVE AS A SENDER? If so, consider how God could use the unique set of gifts and talents He's given to you to bless the Body of Christ, not only here at home, but also, around the world.
(See full article.)