A Message from the Pastor
Our church purpose is to provide an opportunity for everyone to obey the two great commandments as mentioned by Jesus. Those two commandments are to love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul and strength and to love your neighbor as yourself. Our church body is a melting pot of people from various denominational backgrounds and also those who have lost faith in church as they once knew it. Our church opens its arms to those who are seeking a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. We accept them and love them at whatever place they may find themselves spiritually and provide an emotionally secure place for them to know and grow in the Lord Jesus Christ. Our requirements are that they follow and obey the Lord based on their understanding and level of maturity. We provide many opportunities to help everyone achieve that goal. Opportunities include praise and worship, preaching, teaching, men’s and women’s Bible studies, missions’ opportunities and fellowships. We are a church that is family oriented and have programs for adults, youth and children.
Pastor Keith LaFountain
AG.org News & Information
A Letter to "AG News" Readers
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Mandy Groot, the former Ohio AG District Girls Ministries director, has been appointed as the new AG National Girls Ministries director.
Couple Pours God's Love into Notorious Bronx Neighborhood
Through Real Life Church, Reggie and Ibelsa Stutzman find various means to minister to prostitutes, drug addicts and gang members.
Video Contest Encourages College Students to Help End World Hunger
Chi Alpha announces the winners of its video contest promoting the ministry's partnership with feedONE by answering the question, "Why feedONE?"
Evangel University Successfully Launches First Doctoral Program
Evangel University's first doctoral program, an Ed.D. of Educational Leadership in Curriculum & Instruction, offered for the fall 2014 semester, sees 15 students participating in the program's cohort.