2014 Christmas and New Year Conference
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OROEC Statement Regarding the Killings of Innocent Oromo Students
Our Redeemer Oromo Evangelical Church in Minnesota, OROEC, strongly condemns the barbaric actions and killings of innocent Oromo students by the Ethiopian government soldiers at various colleges and high schools in Ethiopia. We are appalled by such horrific and evil actions of the government soldiers.
For all Christians, Easter is a day of victory and hope. The son of God that came to this world to sacrifice himself as a ransom for our sin did not remain buried. Friday, the day of sorrow for the followers of Christ was substituted by Easter victory on Sunday morning.
Sunday was the day when the plan and desire of the devil and his followers was vanished forever. Friday, did not have the capacity to keep our victory over the devil undeclared. In afaan Oromoo Sunday is “ Sanbata Guddaa” (in Western Oromia). “Guddaa” means huge or big. Yes, it is a big Sunday, not an ordinary day. It was and is big because of Christ that declared victory on Sunday morning on the strategy of the devil. Friday, the day of uncertainty , dark and painful day is still well and alive in many ways in human life. We know we have sorrows and acute pains in our life as long as we are on this earth. But victory was declared in the lives of his followers.Read more: Easter Celebration
Sunday, 26 February 2012:
As we had mentioned in our short announcement of 18 February 2012, we posted on our website under the heading “Moving forward with the Lord”, that there would be an election to fill five Church Council positions, (four of them abandoned and one, having been occupied for two full terms, was up for election); the election took place on Sunday, 26 February 2012.
The Nomination Committee which was entrusted by the congregation about a month earlier with the responsibility to search for and identify qualified candidates, according to the established criteria and present them to the congregation, came back with the names of six individuals.Read more: The Election and Installation of New Church Council
Read more: A day of Celebration
Our God is the God of History! God makes the beginning, makes history in His own way, sometimes intervenes and changes the course of history the way He sees it. Some days become more important than other days and become historical days. Consequently, remembered because God marks them important according to His own plan. No human being has the capability of questioning His action.
The 2014 theme for our church, Our Redeemer Oromo Evangelical Church in Minnesota (OROECM), is Isaiah 58:12 “…you will be called Repairers of the Broken Walls, Restorer of Streets with Dwellings…”
We all know that we live in a world of turmoil in one way or another. In a world full of trials and tribulations, Christians are called to be the “Light” and “Salt” (Matt. 5:13-16).
The 9th issue Newsletter of Our Redeemer Oromo Evangelical Church of Minnesota is now available for download. Enjoy!
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