500 Volunteers Show Up for First United!

The following article appeared March 26 online in Blount County, TN’s The Daily Times. A large number of volunteers showed up for the first ever for Inasmuch United Blount County. More than 500 volunteers participate in Operation Inasmuch By Melanie Tucker | (melt@thedailytimes.com) From assembling birthing kits to servicing cars to collecting donations for local […]

Campbell U Preps for Inasmuch

The following article appeared in the Campbell University web site’s news section on March 15, 2012: Inasmuch Day returns to Campbell April 14 March 15, 2012 | Leave a Comment BUIES CREEK – Campbell University, the first institution of higher education in North Carolina to engage in Inasmuch Day, will celebrate its fifth annual day-long blitz of […]

Another 2012 Inasmuch United

The following article appeared Mar. 15, 2012 online at The Daily News (Murfreesboro, TN) web site: www.dnj.com. Several churches will gather in Murfreesboro on March 31 for their annual Inasmuch United. HELPING HANDS: Churches gather volunteers for Operation Inasmuch Written by Doug Davis 615-278-5152 Joe Rich, a member of Antioch Primitive Baptist Church in Murfreesboro is a veteran volunteer […]

Inasmuch United Planned

A recent online article in Blount Life, The Daily Times of Maryville, TN, describes plans for the March 24 Inasmuch United in Blount County, TN. The article includes project descriptions. Find some ideas for your Inasmuch events! Operation Inasmuch: Churches and school unite in community-wide effort By Melanie Tucker | (melt@thedailytimes.com) “Inasmuch as you did it […]

You Care About Me?

Two members of St. James Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC, stand on a rickety porch and nervously await their first door knock of the day. They stand with smoke detectors and batteries in hand hoping to give some away through the course of the day. The door finally opens and a gruff man with tattooed arms […]

Inasmuch Churches Receive Award

Lutheran churches in South Carolina have conducted Inasmuch events for several years. On those days the churches often serve the United Cerebral Palsy (CP) Homes in Columbia. Consequently, Joan Rizzo of the United Cerebral Palsy Homes of South Carolina and Georgia awarded these churches the Outstanding Volunteer Group award in November, 2011. “We receive funding […]

Compassion in Music

A nearby church has been listening to God through the Ten Commandments.  As part of their effort to hear God speak afresh, they commissioned Ken Medema, well-known Christian recording artist, to write a song about each one of the Commandments. Each week a Commandment song has been presented in the worship services. The Eighth Commandment — […]

Churches Prepare to Serve

Churches in Sampson County, NC, are preparing to join the statewide Inasmuch event on April 28 and May 5. The following article appeared February 24, 2012 in The Sampson Independent on ClintonNC.com Operation Inasmuch puts the hammer to Jesus’ words by Billy Todd, Staff Writer Putting the word of Christ into action has become very important to many […]

Inasmuch in Enid, Oklahoma

Enid, Oklahoma has been recognized as the Caring Capital of the Cowboy State.  As such, Enid joins Sumter, SC, Fayetteville, NC, South Western Region, CT, Danville, VA, Fort Collins, CO, Knoxville, TN, and Santa Clarita, CA for having been dubbed centers of compassion for their state by the Urban League. All these cities have something […]

NC Inasmuch United in the News

The following article appeared online in the Cleveland County (NC) Shelby Star on Monday, Jan 30 2012. Volunteers prepare to roll up their sleeves Volunteers invited to participate in one-day missions blitz by Jackie Bridges (jbridges@shelbystar.com) While Operation Inasmuch is a ministry supported by the North Carolina Baptist Men, people and churches of all denominations are encouraged […]

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