Korea – Here I Come!

hanstravellogo It’s official now; I just booked my travel reservations for the Pilgrimage for Spiritual Renewal to Korea for October 16 – 25th, 2014. I am looking forward to traveling with our Bishop, Young Jin Cho and the other clergy participants from the Virginia Conference.

Thanks to everyone for their generous support enabling me to be a part of this spiritual experience. I look forward to what I will learn from the Lord and from our sisters and brothers in Korea.

Please keep my ministry in your prayers as we finish the work this week necessary for recording Hymned in by Grace this fall. If you would like to support that work, share your donations with Norman directly or send it c/o Norman Ramsey Ministries, 2501 Caliber Drive, Henrico, VA 23231 or give through PayPal to reverendnorm@msn.com. Thank you so much.

About laurelhillumc

Laurel Hill United Methodist Church is rich in history as a church family committed to a life in Christ. We began in the heart of Varina almost 150 years ago; the church has grown through its existence as a church-hospital in the Civil War, as a circuit church, and survived a disastrous fire which destroyed the sanctuary about 50 years ago. Then, dedicated, Spirit-filled Christians worked hard together to build a new sanctuary. That hard work has continued with many new improvements including a new addition connecting the sanctuary and educational building, the installation of an elevator providing total accessibility throughout both buildings, remodeling the education building and the installation of 18 stained glass windows. Faithful clergy and laity ministering together have established a legacy of dedication and service which enables Laurel Hill to be a beacon of light in our community, in our world and to all who follow for generations to come. In response to the needs of the Varina community, Laurel Hill United Methodist Church also operates the Laurel Hill Weekday School. These programs are an active part of the life and ministry of Laurel Hill UMC. We accept the opportunity through our morning Preschool and After School child care to share our values of love, caring, cooperation and forgiveness. The Church and child care programs work together to enhance the spiritual, mental and physical growth of children in our community. Our worship services are held each Sunday with a contemporary service at 8:45am and a traditional service at 11:00am. Sunday School begins at 9:45am. Call our office (804) 795-2772 for Bible Study times and other ministry opportunities.
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One Response to Korea – Here I Come!

  1. Pam Evans Memorial United Methodist says:

    Norman, I hope your trip to Korea is this year. Russell Cheatham, my pastor is going this year. It is a coincidence that you have each been on the Honduran Mountain Medical Team with my future son-in-law, Eli Janania, Nury’s nephew. He will marry my daughter .Kindle,and has asked about you! You left an impression on his seeking heart several years ago and then he also translated for Russell on the same team where he first met his bride to be. As another gift of “Godincidence” I have been in a weekly covenant group with Carolyn Jolly. I suspect at sometime I will ask you to play and sing a true love song of Grace to them in our humble church! My sister in Christ and soon to be family, Nury Janania ,has received many blessings and care from the Laurel Hill medical team. Please pray for their marriage which represents our two countries. Eli hopes to be able to commune with you again. God has touched his heart for mission since meeting you and seeing Jesus in you. I will be praying for the trip with Bishop Cho. Until we meet again!

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