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glennDear Friends:

Manna Media is partnering with Turning Point Missions (TPM), a nonprofit Christian outreach, for a concert event. TPM is a ministry we love, "TPM exists to provide clean safe drinking water to the people of Haiti and beyond, while introducing them to Christ."

If you have not seen their work I would encourage you to visit their website: Together we are planning a fun evening for you on October 22, 2021. It will be great to get together with friends and enjoy an evening of entertainment. Glenn Bulthuis and the Tonedeafs will be playing the music of the Beatles and more for your enjoyment.

The concert will be a benefit concert for Turning Point Missions and Manna Media with all proceeds split evenly between the two organizations. A free will offering will be taken during the evening. The event will take place on Friday October 22nd at Rush Creek Bible Church at 2334 – 76th Street SW; Byron Center, Michigan 49315 at 7 PM.

You can call Glenn Bulthuis directly at 616-890-8725 for tickets or you can send a stamped self-addressed envelope to:

Glenn Bulthuis Tickets
2258 Tecumseh Drive SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506

Tickets are $20 each and promise to return a great evening of fun. Checks can be made out to either Turning Point Missions or Manna Media. Glenn will try to mail out tickets the same day he receives your ticket requests. Don't hesitate to call Glenn with questions.

We are looking for a great crowd at Rush Creek on October 22nd and hope you will reserve that evening to spend some time with Manna Media and Turning Point Missions. Thank you and have a great remainder of the summer. God Bless!


Dave and Faye Vander Veen
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