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.
The mission of Denton Bible Church is to equip the saints for the work of the ministry in Denton and around the world. Through constant prayer, faith in God and abundant grace Denton Bible Church continues to introduce people to Jesus Christ and equip them to serve Him.
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