177 were donated in June
This month, we are on track to donate 183



Obsignation rate
Confirmation or sealing by an act of covenant obligation. For example, John Owen says about the Lord's Table that Christ is present by obsignation: "he (Christ) comes and seals the covenant with his own blood in the administration of this ordinance" (see Works, IX: 574)
--D. Cummings (02/09/08)

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