The Countdown to Our 4th Season of ABC Has Begun!

I’ve already packed the car. . .I just can’t wait for the first worship service of our 4th season at Avalon Beach Church!

Tania and I would love to have you join us June 4th at 9am on the 30th Street Beach in Avalon, NJ. It looks like its going to be partly sunny and about 65 degrees, so bring your beach chair, a warm cup of coffee and maybe a jacket.

I can’t wait to share with you what I believe Jesus wants to do in our services this summer. Please pray with me that we will see a move of God where many come to faith in Christ, are healed of sicknesses or sadness and filled with the power of the Holy.

The COUNTDOWN has begun! As I write this, it’s less than 24 hours. Hope to see you on the beach.

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About Rich Stevenson

Rich is the Executive Director of The Malachi Network (www.malachinetwork.org), a ministry focused on making the name of the LORD great among the nations. This network serves young leaders in missions and church planting. Prior to his present ministry, Rich pastored in Southern New Jersey, planted a church in Wilmore, KY, established a network of churches, served as an adjunct professor at Asbury College and was a senior leader at The International House of Prayer in Kansas City, MO as well as The International House of Prayer in Atlanta, GA. Rich is the author of two books: Secrets of the Spiritual Life—10 Lessons from the One Thing Passages (Baker Books, 2003) A Voice from Home—The Words You Long to Hear from Your Father (WaterBrook Press, 2005) He graduated from Asbury College in 1984 with a BA degree in Philosophy of Religion and Asbury Theological Seminary in 1987 with a Master of Divinity degree. In 2010, Rich received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Union Biblical Seminary in Yangon, Myanmar. Rich has been married to Tania since 1982 and they have been blessed by amazing children: Zachary and his wife Meghan, Jacob and his wife Lena, Jessica and Corrie Emma.
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