In today’s world, it can be easy to take for granted the men and women serving in the police departments that help make our communities a safe place to live. As a church we’ve always been grateful for their service and sacrifice, but a few weeks ago we decided to put our “Thank You” into action. We delivered 125 lunches to 5 police departments in our area and had the opportunity to visit and pray with the officers at each station.
A refugee is defined as “a person who flees to a foreign country or power to escape danger or persecution.” Did you know there are refugees from over 30 countries that have been resettled right here in Tarrant County? While some are actually persecuted Christians, many have never heard the Gospel message.
When people pray, powerful things happen.Our missions department recently received the donation of a car that came with two special requests from the owner: that the car be given to a single mom and that he might leave an anonymous letter for her on the dashboard. You see, the man who owned the car had grown up the son of a single mom and he’d been praying for an opportunity to bless a single mom with this car.
When eight-year-old Rylin Childress asked her parents for a snow-cone machine for Christmas, they had no idea that a miracle that would come from it. Nicole, Rylin’s mom, had found out that one of the classmoms at Kay Granger Elementary was fighting stage four cancer, while raising three kids as a single mom. This is Rylin’s story of how she used her snow-cone machine to raise $4,000.00 to help her friend’s mom.