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June 3, 2024

As the Publisher of River Region Christians, I write to you with a mixture of gratitude and heartfelt reflection in this final issue. After 25 years of monthly publications, we have decided to close this chapter of our journey. Our mission, rooted in spreading the Gospel and fostering unity among Christians, has been a labor of love, and it is time to celebrate the profound impact we’ve had together.

Since our inception, River Region Christians, or Montgomery’s Journey (as we were first known), has been more than just a magazine; it has been a vessel through which the Word of God has reached countless hearts. Our pages have been filled with stories of faith, testimonies of transformation, and messages of hope that have resonated deeply within our community. It has been our honor and privilege to witness how our content has inspired, uplifted, and brought individuals closer to Christ.

Over the past quarter-century, we have been blessed to see the seeds of faith we’ve planted flourish. Many of you have shared your personal stories of growth in Christ, ignited by the articles, devotionals, and testimonies featured in River Region Christians. Your stories have been a testament to the power of the Gospel and a source of encouragement to us all.

As we reflect on the past 25 years, we are filled with immense gratitude for every reader, writer, and advertiser who has been a part of this journey. Your support and prayers have been the heartbeat of River Region Christians and allowed us to make a lasting impact.

Though this is our final issue, our prayer is that the seeds of faith sown through this publication will continue to bear fruit for years to come. We encourage you to keep sharing the Gospel, building community, and nurturing the faith that has brought us all together.

Thank you for 25 incredible years. It has been an honor to serve you, to grow with you, and to witness the amazing work God has done through our collective efforts. As we close this chapter, we look forward to the new ways God will continue to work in and through our community.

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Jason and his wife DeAnne have 3 kids and have called the River Region home most of their lives. A former Family & Student Minister who, together with DeAnne, launched KeepSharing LLC to publish local family and faith resources across Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.

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