At the end of our last Capital Campaign, I continued to contribute to the building fund knowing there would be needs for our building in our future. I continued this offering for a number of years since it had become a part of our household ...

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      My Home Is Greater Than A House

      04.29.16 | by Anna Palmer

      Shelter is one of life’s most basic necessities. A house protects those within it from the cold, heat, rain, snow, and if you live in southeast Louisiana, mosquitos. Those without a roof over their heads are vulnerable to the harsh realities of ...

        Experience the Power of Caring

        04.22.16 | by Andrew Crosby

        There are some great moments in life that make all of the movement, stress, and routine of life just slow down. I got to have one of those moments a couple of weeks ago while driving home from Bible Study at Jefferson HealthCare Center.

          New Believer's Class

          04.17.16 | Ministry Story

          We placed Beginnings: A Class for New Believers on the calendar this spring not knowing who would attend. Little did we know that God was creating a beautiful tapestry of faith from a wonderfully diverse group of nine young people – ...

            Camp Is Coming!

            04.03.16 | by Christi Gibson

            Most parents are grateful for anything that gets their children excited to learn more about Jesus. When it happens in a fun-filled, life-giving setting – and introduces them to godly role-models and ways of treating others, it’s even ...

              From Slavery to Scones

              03.20.16 | by Christi Gibson

              “But don’t come to my city unless you’re doing this in yours.”  Our friend, BB, spoke these words to our women’s ministry leaders nearly seven years ago. We had just finished our Slavery to Scones event, and we ...

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