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Special speaker at Crossfire harvest celebration

David Ogren, International Russian radio and television North American representative to speak

ENT-Speaker at Crossfire dave ogrenEach year Crossfire Ministries celebrates a Harvest Celebration featuring a key international speaker from an effective Missions Ministry.  On Sunday, September 20, Reverend David Ogren will be the special speaker at the 10:00 a.m. worship service, in the conference room adjacent to MVP Health Club at 515 E. Division, Rockford. The public is cordially invited to attend this service.  Special music will be provided by Crossfire’s Worship Team led by Pastor Judy Hemmila. Chili, cornbread, and pie will be served for lunch following the service.

Dave Ogren has pastored four congregations over the past 35 years. He pastored two churches on the West Coast in Washington State and two congregations in the Midwest. Pastor Dave has been married for 37 years to his wife Colleen and is the father to three children and the grandfather of four. While pastoring Philadelphia Church in Seattle, WA, from 1996-2007, Pastor Ogren served as the Mission’s Director for International Russian Radio and Television.  After he resigned his church in 2007, IRR/TV asked him to be the U.S. and Canadian representative for this Mission’s Ministry. He now travels throughout North America casting vision for IRR/TV and ministering to pastors and churches.

International Russian Radio and Television is a non-denominational, modern mission’s organization, which focuses on taking the Gospel to the nations of Russia, Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa.

Missions are the heart of God for all people groups in our world today.  This service will help you understand how the Gospel of Jesus Christ is communicated in a different culture.  Pastor Ogren will inspire and challenge you to make your Christian witness relevant in the world in which you live. Don’t miss this opportunity.

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