We have two new baptism testimonies of people who joined our church this month!
We have two new baptism testimonies, and a membership testimony of people who joined our church this month!
Sharing the transforming power of Jesus with one another is a great encouragement to each of us. Please respond to the following 5 questions (1 page typed, or 2-3 minute video). Send your responses to Grace.1) When did Jesus first get your attention?2) What is a faith marker (or key moment in your faith) that you […]
I think the 1st time was in elementary school when my mom had a brain tumor. My mom was a believer and raised us kids going to church and teaching us God’s love, but my dad was not living the abundant Christian life during my childhood (he had grown up with a Christian family but had thrown that away).
I feel like God has gotten my attention many times over the years and has continually drawn me towards him, rather than 1 significant moment.
In many respects, 2020 had been anything but a “Happy New Year.” However, after hearing Maureen’s December 13th message on Joy, it has brought home the fact that joy is not happiness, it is so much more.
I have many faith markers in my life. I’ve seen God perform miracles, provide in times of need, and transform lives but a key marker for me was my call into ministry.
When did Jesus first get your attention? Jesus captured my attention at a young age. I think my first experience of feeling seen and known by God was a summer at Redberry Bible Camp when I was about 10 years old. I remember during one of our “free times” finding quiet time to myself, reading […]
Jesus first got my attention at a VBS program in 33rd street MB Church when I was 10 years. The speaker was Mrs. Myrtle Wiff (missionary) and I gave my heart to the Lord. A faith marker in my life was when I was 15 years old and I rededicated my life to the Lord […]
Jesus first got my attention around grade 9, roughly 2-3 years after I thought I had started to follow Him. I inititally did that out of the desire for approval from my cabin leaders at camp, but it was after being involved in youth group for a few years that Jesus started to become more real to me.