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Minocqua Aglow meets Aug. 17

August 16, 2019

Evangelist John T. Bonson will be the guest speaker at the Minocqua Aglow meeting on Aug. 17. The program is held at the Woodruff Community Hall, 1418-1st Avenue (Hwy 47) in Woodruff. Doors open at 9:30 for a snack, coffee and fellowship. There is a $3 door charge and no reservations are needed, there is a seat for everyone.

Born and raised in Eagle River, Bonson and his two brothers Chuck and Jim were in the grocery retail business and owned Bonson’s Pick ‘n Save until 2006, when they retired. 

He accepted Christ in 1982 and became an active lay minister involved in Grace Foursquare Church in Rhinelander. In 2012 he became a licensed pastor of the Church and received his ordination 2015, he is currently an Evangelist. 

Bonson currently does prison ministry at Oneida, Vilas and Aransas County jails, also at McNaughton Correctional Center in Lake Tomahawk. He has been involved with the Mission Bible Training Center (a faith rehab program for those with addiction issues) in Gaastra, Mich., for the last 33 years. He has spoken throughout the United States and has traveled to Honduras several times. 

The topic will be “River of Oil” mentioned in Job 29:6: “When my steps were bathed with cream, and the rock poured out rivers of oil for me!”

Minocqua Aglow is an international, trans-denominational organization that welcomes men and women from teens to seniors. 

Aglow is a safe place for all people who wish to come together and experience the love and peace of God. Send any questions to [email protected] or contact Dawn Nielsen at 715-891-5459. 

Visit Minocqua Aglow on Facebook or at www.wisconsinaglow.wordpress.com.

 

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