We’re not obsessed with numbers. But each number represents a person with a soul who desperately needs the life-transforming power of gospel grace. So each year we look at the numbers and we celebrate: we celebrate God’s faithfulness, his work in and among us, and the privilege of seeing grace change everything.
I’m humbled by all that God has done in and through our church this year and I can’t wait for the journey ahead.
Resting in his grace,
I believe Christianity can be summed up in one sentence, spoken to man by God: "Let me love you." God already loves us but we continually resist. Jesus took the punishment to show us that love. To me, grace is letting go and accepting.
(Adults and Children)
Our Community Group has been an anchor in my life. Our conversations lead me to face tough questions head on...we’ve named our insecurities and struggles, our brokenness and our doubts. And most importantly, we’ve shared how the Lord has been so gracious and faithful to us through it all.
Members in Community Groups
54% of Congregation
Children & Students being discipled
people discipled through Counseling
We now have a smooth trip to and from our Shunem shelter for abandoned and abused girls. We’ve been stuck enough times pushing and shoving the old van in torrential rain, so this is a mighty relief. We prayed persistently for the van and our God answers prayers.
Mungu awabariki! (God bless you)