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Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

I felt ripped off, abused, vulnerable, invaded, angry, fearful, and shocked. I had received word that I was a victim of identity theft and fraud. Someone had stolen my personal information and made purchases with my credit card somewhere in the world. I know I’m not alone; nearly 13 million people a year experience the same thing. Once I was made aware of the theft I took the appropriate action to stop the use of my information, and since that time, I have put safeguards in place to protect my identity. Sunday I will share with you about another kind of identity theft that has impacted every one of us. The theft took place in Genesis 3 and its consequences continue to bring forth its destructive nature into every strata of life to this very day. The good news is that there is a cure; there is hope and there is a protection plan to recover our true identity.

Join us also Sunday evening, at 6pm, when Pastor Chad will share the first of several life-changing messages with us.

Blessings,
Pastor Mark

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