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ACM Lenten 2011 Newsletter

Dear Friends of Annapolis College Ministry:

Glory to Jesus Christ!  As we progress in our Lenten journey, abiding with Christ in the desert, fighting our passions through repentance, and asking Christ to heal us of our sin-sickness, we are reminded of God’s great love and mercy toward us.  In our fasting we learn to bring balance back between our bodies and our souls.  We appreciate and thank God for the food we do eat—all those vegetables—while also learning that “man does not live by bread alone.”  The same goes for our tithing and alms.  All we have ultimately belongs to God and is a gift from Him. 

We’re so thankful for your faithful support of ACM, for your belief in the importance of full-time college ministry and the real difference it makes in the lives of our young people, our future leaders and families.  We remember you in our prayers, and in the commemorations of the Divine Liturgy.  You are a vital part of the Body of Christ that makes this outreach to the students of the USNA and St. John’s College possible. 

With your support—and only with your support—ACM continues to grow in its ability to minister to the students, faculty, and staff of these two historic collegiate institutions.   Since our last newsletter in November, we’ve seen much blessing. . .

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