Sharing Thanksgiving Blessings “I knew I wanted get involved and help other families,” says Laura Melfe, a member at Grace Polaris Church in Westerville, Ohio (Mike Yoder, lead pastor). This year is the first y[...]
The year 2019 has been full of stories of how God has used members of Charis Fellowship churches to further the gospel. On this Giving Tuesday, we are sharing two summaries of stories from this newsletter from [...]
“We are getting out in the community and telling people about Jesus,” says Jerry Swain, an elder of Winchester Grace Church, a Charis Fellowship congregation in Winchester, Va. (Kevin Mincey, lead pastor). On N[...]
I was raised in a family that honored the U.S. flag and had a deep sense of patriotism. However, I think there is a difference between having a sense of patriotism and being a patriot. My experience on Septembe[...]
“We didn’t do it for the credit. We did do it for people to notice, not to notice us, but to notice the love we are sharing,” says Tabby McMonagle, a member of Grace Fellowship in Brunswick, Md. (Scott Avey, le[...]
We Are One: Miami “We want our church to really mobilize for mission,” says Desir Nonhomme, the pastor of Mispa Missionary Community Church, a Charis Fellowship congregation in Miami, Fla. Mispa is one of[...]
“I see joy in the people’s faces when they come out. A true, from-the-belly-giggle or a ketchup covered smile makes me want to keep going. It makes me want to do it again next year,” says Sarah Butt, a member a[...]
“We’ve embraced the fact that we’ve had these experiences instead of compartmentalizing them and moving on with life. This is a part of who we are now and what God has taken us through,” says Ashley Murray. Ash[...]
“For Logan County makes me excited because I get to go out in the community and serve others without expecting anything in return,” says Kenzie Daulton, a member of Bellefontaine Grace Church, in Bellefontaine,[...]
“Before the accident, I considered myself to be a lukewarm Christian, meaning I choose God in my convenience instead of following him 24/7,” says Martin Schiele, a young athlete at Grace College in [...]
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