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Grace Community Church was founded by Dr. Don Householder in 1956. It puts an emphasis on the basics of Christianity. As the name implies, there is also an emphasis on community; there is an "open door" policy between the church and its members, where members are encouraged to seek advice from the church when desired.
According to Grace Fellowship themselves, their mission is to glorify God by continually striving to present every person complete in Christ through introducing people to Jesus, growing toward Christian maturity, developing as ministers and mobilizing for local and world missions. They believe that the Bible is the Word of God, supernaturally inspired, and infallible. God exists eternally in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit as one. Man is created in the likeness of God, apart from any evolutionary process. Grace Fellowship believes that it is the goal of every Christian to grow in spiritual maturity through obedience to the Word of God and the indwelling Spirit, as evidenced by the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
Griffin First Assemblies mission is to turn irreligious people into mature followers of Christ by providing a progressive Pentecostal environment of worship, fellowship, teaching and discipleship. The church believes that the Bible is the inspired and only infallible and authoritative written Word of God. Griffith also believes that there is one true God, eternally existent in three persons: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
Harvest Bible Chapel offers an array of opportunities for every disciple to grow in relationship to Jesus Christ and connect with others. These opportunities include dynamic weekend worship services and church-wide special events, as well as a variety of adult, high school, junior high school and children's ministries involving classes, small groups and fellowship activities.
Jon and Ann Dunagan
Harvest Ministry is an international Christian missions outreach, founded in 1987 by Jon and Ann Dunagan of Hood River, Oregon. In their own words, they are focused on proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ through International Outreaches, National Evangelism Team Support (NETS), Orphan Ministry, and motivating Christians for God's Great Commission through Mission-Minded Families.
Holy Family focuses on the "welcoming" aspect of Jesus' example. All people, of other religions and life orientations, are respected and accepted. Holy Family is a Eucharistic community. The heart of Holy Family's life is the Eucharist. Holy Family connects faith with life. Holy Family strives to make their faith a living reality in the everyday life of their parishioners. This means reflecting Gospel values in all facets of life: personal, familial, social, and civic. No part of followers' lives should remain untouched by Christ's message.
When you come to James River Assembly you will quickly find a warm, friendly group of people committed to making church exciting, life-changing and enjoyable. There are services for the whole family that include wonderful contemporary worship, a time for Biblical teaching and an opportunity to make the decision to follow Jesus Christ. Red Carpet hosts are located all throughout the church to make sure your questions are answered.
Founded in 1985 as “Life in the Word,” Joyce Meyer Ministries endeavors to impact the world, following the call to present the Gospel to the lost, disciple nations, feed the hungry, clothe the poor, minister to the elderly, widows and orphans, visit prisoners and reach out to people of all ages, and in all walks of life. Based on the belief that God requires Christians to teach people how to apply biblical truth in every facet of their lives, Joyce Meyer Ministries encourages Christians to influence every aspect of the world around them. With the organizational goal to reach every nation, every city, every day with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Joyce Meyer Ministries provides global humanitarian aid to hurting people, and teaches Christians and non-Christians alike how to enjoy everyday life by applying biblical principles in all they do. Joyce Meyer’s television and radio programs air in 25 languages in 200 countries, and she has written over 70 books on Christianity.
God invites people into community with himself and others. When it comes to spiritual growth there are no Lone Rangers. Kensington Community ChurchÃ¢'s goal is to draw people into small groups, service teams and honest friendships so they can lock arms and experience life-changing relationships.
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