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Gold Medalist Earl Young this Sunday (2/17/2017)

For Olympic Gold Medalist Earl Young there are two defining moments in his life: winning the gold medal in Rome in 1960, and getting a cancer diagnosis in a doctor’s office in 2011. Earl battled that cancer with a bone marrow transplant and now runs with DKMS – a non-profit organization that works to provide donors, information and research to delete blood cancer.  Earl will be here this Sunday (2/19/2017) in the Fellowship Hall at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.  I encourage you to attend church and then go listen to Earl’s story opposite the service you attend;  you’ll get to hear from a genuine gold medalist  and you’ll be blessed by his testimony.

There will also be an opportunity to sign up to be a bone marrow donor in the Fellowship Hall and the CLC Foyer this Sunday.  If you’re able, see if sharing your marrow might save a life.

Jake Craven is still looking for a few of you to help Sunday at one of the sign up tables, click here to volunteer to sign up through The City or contact Jake at

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