“…for it is God who works in you, both to will and to work for his good pleasure.”
(Philippians 2:13)

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Jake Davies

Through my struggles with faith in high school and the beginning of college, I knew I had to come to the decision: Am I going to continue to please myself or am I going to pursue God’s plan for my life?
- May 29, 2019

Amy Croll

I grew up going to church, but we went because it was what “good people” do. Our church had one Bible, and it was read out loud after we communally said prayers and creeds. The Bible, to me, was distant and difficult to understand. I was told I was forgiven because I said the prayer everyone else did, but I never felt forgiven.
- April 29, 2019

Joyce Gilmore

The church we attended was very legalistic, setting a high bar for its congregants, and I was unable to discern that some of what was being taught was not Biblical. When I found out that some of the leadership within the church were not being held to the same standards, I was disappointed and turned my back on the church and, more important, on Christ. It would be many years before my faith would be rekindled.
- February 28, 2019

Pierce Reed

"I always believed there was a God. I knew of Jesus, but I didn’t have a real understanding of what Jesus did for me."
- December 04, 2018

Rebecca Warren

Looking back, Rebecca recognizes that she still didn’t fully comprehend God’s grace. “My relationship with God was based on rules. Follow the rules, and do what you’re supposed to do, or you’ll be punished. This was my understanding of God, and it missed the mark entirely.
- September 24, 2018

Dave Shoemaker

Dave recalls that serving wasn’t always a priority for him. Neither was church. “I was one of those people who just drove by the church, and you know I saw the building and I’m like, ‘Fellowship Alliance what?’ One day he decided to check it out. “I walked in and I thought I’d give it a try. That was about 20 years ago, and I’ve been going ever since.”
- September 04, 2018

Carole Yates Herndon

"No more repeating the request. Now her prayer would be all about praising a wonderful God!"
- June 28, 2018

Adam Connor

Theodore Roosevelt coined the well-loved phrase, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” For Adam’s story, these words prove undeniably true.
- May 30, 2018

Michelle Van Parys

"We rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame." Romans 5:3-5
- April 26, 2018