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Christians United for Israel to meet Wednesday

HICKORY — Morning Star First Baptist Church of Hickory will sponsor a convocation of the campus of Lenior-Rhyne University on Wednesday, March 22 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Cromer Center on the topic of “Did the Bible Foretell the Rebirth of the National of Israel May 14, 1948.”

Guest speakers include pastor David E. Roberts II of Morning Star, Deacon Dijon Mobley and Rabbi Dennis Jones of Temple Beth Shalom.

Refreshments will be served.

Everyone, especially pastors, ministers and evangelists of any denomimation are invited to come and stand in support of the Jewish people and the Nation of Israel, and in support of our president.

To learn more, contact Minister David F. Bares II, president of CUFI at Lenoir-Rhyne University, at 828-569-0655 or dbares525@gmail.com

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