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A beautiful evening for women ~Monday, July 15!

Joy Fopma, author of the book "An So Somehow. My Story of Finding Joy in Suffering and Resurrection" and co-founder of Wings of Refuge, a ministry for women recovering from sex trafficking is going to be speaking at ATLAS - 101 2nd St NE, Pipestone on Monday evening, July 15 beginning at 6 pm.
Joy is a passion-filled visionary with a bold testimony that encourages others to receive their God-given identity.
You won't want to miss this! Invite others & be encouraged!
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The Gathering Place Bible Study

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The Gathering Place provides a place for people to gather and chat.  During a short devotion, coffee is served, and conversation starts.

It is a low key, social, interest driven discussion meant to meet the various needs of the participants.

The Gathering Place  meets each Tuesday at 1:15  at ATLAS.
One of our staff leads the devotions and discussion.  Coffee and Conversation.  See you there!

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Bread of Life

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The Bread of Life Ministry is hosting a Devotion Service
during the summer months on the 3rd Sunday each month. 

Where: 12th floor of Nokomis Apartments (202 2nd Ave SW)        
Time:  6:30 p.m.
What: Snacks, Music, Devotion

Anyone and Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
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Bread of Life Ministry Pipestone

Bread of Life, a ministry of ATLAS for Life, a non-profit, faith-based organization, began with a simple word, "yes." This yes was to God in December of 2017 and since then He has gracefully led each step of the way in making the vision of this ministry a reality. We aim to reach out to share the hope, love, and grace of Jesus Christ through building relationships and fellowship with one another.
The heart of this ministry stems from a deep desire to make all feel welcome, loved, worthy, and capable. If you have ever felt lonely, tired, afraid, unloved, unworthy, forgotten, rejected, ignored, or hopeless, you are in good company with us. Although each and every one of us experience feelings of not measuring up, we believe that our Creator, God, sees us as his dearly loved children, and only by His power can we learn to see ourselves as God sees us. Psalms 145:8-9 states, “The Lord is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and great in faithful love. The Lord is good to everyone, his compassion rests on all he has made.”
We exist to seek approval of God and not of man. Romans 12:2 says, “Do not be conformed to this age, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.” God has led us to go forth with a spirit of intentionality in seeking out and going to those who may be lost, hurting, and in need of God's love and grace in abundance. We desire to gather together as friends to share in food, fellowship, worship, prayer, music, and Scripture. We want to share our story and to hear yours. We hold tight to a vision of bringing together a community of people despite differences such as gender, age, race, denomination, socio-economic status, capabilities, or background. Instead of letting these differences divide us, let us embrace them and learn from and encourage one another.
We pray that we are good stewards of the time, money, and talents that we have been gifted by God and that we are glorifying Him in our thoughts, words, deeds, and actions. The blessings we bestow by serving God through serving others is considered great joy, a joy that can only be found in Jesus and that is burning inside of us to be shared with all people.

Recent Memorials

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We are thankful for those that have honored their loved ones through a gift to ATLAS and ask you to prayerfully consider ATLAS for your memorial gifts for your loved ones.

We gratefully acknowledge the following memorials given in 2023:

Luana Van Maanen
Jackie Heesch
Harold De Kam
Lee Hanenburg