Robby BradfordChurch life, Convoy of Hope, discipleship, Easter, Easter Offering, First Assembly Community Ministries, giving, hunger, justice, missions, online givingLeave a Comment

For the past three Easters, First Assembly Community Ministries has collected an “Easter Offering” designated to a number of projects.  This year, our “Easter Offering” will be going completely to one project that is a huge need–world hunger. We will be partnering with Convoy of Hope, the disaster relief and community development partner of the Assemblies of God.  Every day, … Read More


Robby BradfordChurch life, Easter, easter eggs, Easter Eggstravaganza, Easter Offering, First Assembly Community Ministries, Lafayette, outreachLeave a Comment

This coming Easter Weekend is going to be great!  Check out what’s going on: Good Friday Services, 5PM & 6:30PM–Two identical 60-minute services will feature interactive prayer stations, worship, the reading of the passion and a chance to linger in a time of adoration at the cross of Jesus.  Plan to join us spending an hour giving thanks and drawing … Read More

Human Trafficking Interview with Bonnie Long

Robby BradfordCalcutta, Calcutta Mercy Ministries, compassion, Easter Offering, human trafficking, India, justice, missionsLeave a Comment

On Sunday, March 10, 2013, we had the opportunity to hear from Bonnie Long, daughter of storied Assemblies of God missionaries to Calcutta, India.  She shed more light on one of the projects we are focused on in our Easter Offering on Sunday, March 31, 2013.  “Hope House” is opening with an eye on freeing children from the insidious cycle … Read More

Easter Offering 2013

Robby BradfordCalcutta Mercy Ministries, Church life, Easter, Easter Offering, First Assembly Community Ministries, giving, missionsLeave a Comment

Even though I’m surrounded by snow today, I know spring and scenes like the one to the left here are just around the corner.  This picture reminds me of a spring ritual my wife Tracy and I had when we had the privilege to live in Belgium.  Every spring, we would go for a walk in what the Americans called … Read More