GIVE THROUGH THE MONTH OF DECEMBER
There was a time when the “church” was irresistible! The church was a group of men and women from different countries, different races, even different languages. All were unified behind one central message: “Jesus is Risen!” For 2000 years theologians have searched for the keys to how a group of unorganized, untrained, unqualified Jesus followers could change the hearts of the very kingdom that fought to see them destroyed. They were bold, they were authentic, but above all they were generous.
As a Faith Family we long to see the day when the church becomes irresistible again. While we might not be able to change the world as a whole, we can most definitely change our part of the world. We believe that an important part of this change starts here with the Gift of Hope Christmas Offering.
In a culture that is so incredibly divided and full of anger, we can be the hands and feet of Jesus. We do that through generosity. We can work together to meet the needs of our community and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with boldness.
We have always believed that the local church should consistently lead people into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Often, this means meeting their physical needs first, then meeting their spiritual needs.
The Gift of Hope Christmas Offering provides a way for us to:
Help those in our community who need it most.
We want to meet the spiritual and spiritual needs of our neighbors, from buying diapers to helping with utility bills, and everything in between.
Share the Gospel through community-wide events and activities.
We show the love of Christ and share the Gospel in fun and creative ways like Sports Camp, Easter Egg-splosion, and
Trunk-or-Treat -- all FREE to our community.
Take the Gospel to all nations and all people groups.
Your financial contributions help to fund 3,635 full-time, overseas missionaries in 198 countries. This mission strategy accounted for 86,587 baptisms even in the midst of a pandemic!
Continually improve and repair our building and facilities.
As you can imagine, our building gets a ton of use. The wear and tear from activities has taken its toll over the years. We have been working hard to improve the functionality and appearance of our campus.
You can click the link below to “Give the Gift of Hope. You will also have an opportunity to give your offering during our Gift of Hope dedication time on Sunday, December 19 on campus. Please commit to pray for our Christmas offering and ask God to reveal to you what part He would have you play as we “Give the Gift of Hope” this Christmas.