CBA Hopes Pastors Will Help ‘Saturate Columbus’

Area pastors are being asked to help spread the word of God to every home in Columbus county.

Saturate Columbus will be a door-to-door evangelistic effort that organizers hope will reach into every family this summer. The project is being organized by the Columbus Baptist Association, but is non-denominational.

CBS will  host a luncheon for all county pastors on Monday, March 28 at 11 a.m., and a dinner on April 1 at 7 p.m. at the CBA office in Whiteville.

Association Missions Strategist Rev. Dave Heller said the CBA will provide door hanging bags filled with DVD’s and other gospel materials for churches to distribute to their communities. Churches and ministries are invited to put their own organization’s literature in the bags as well.  

“What an opportunity this is for us to be able to share God’s word and God’s love with the people of Columbus County who so desperately need to hear the good news of the gospel,” said Heller.  

Both gatherings are for all denominations of churches, and Heller asks that Columbus County pastors make every effort to attend. 

For more information or to register to attend either of the meals, call the CBA office at 910.642.2155. 

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