In Fact, to this course you were called, because even Christ suffered for you, leaving a model for you to follow His steps closely. 1 Peter 2:21
As a growing church , we recognize the need to involve our children as we teach them about the love of Jesus and how to grow in Christ. At the House of God church, our young people are able to share their gifts and talents during our worship service.
We look forward to engaging our youth in more life applicable activities, community outreach and discipleship workshops. Our middle and high school youth are very active and lead in our Adopt-A-Road Project.
The Lord admonishes us in His Holy Word to pray constantly for one another. As Jesus prayed for His Church, we gather to pray for the needs of the body of Christ, our surroundings communities, and the world around us.
Join the team on Tuesdays at noon at the House of God as we gather with other prayer warriors to do God's will.
Day-long Retreat Provides Great Fellowship
Ladies, please check out the Eventbrite info and registration site regarding the upcoming virtual Heart 2 Heart Women's retreat that my church is spearheading. I just uploaded the speaker bios. These women are amazing and you are going to want to hear their stories! So register and tell a sister-friend to register, too! Click here for your Feb. 20, 2021 Virtual Women's Retreat Tickets:
Picture this man as God would have others to see him: "he is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruits in its season, and its leaf does not wither. In all that he does, he prospers" (Psalms1:3).
House of God will continue in fellowship and outreach to men in our community. Understanding that, " iron sharpens iron and one man sharpens another" (Proverbs 27:17).
House of God provides many opportunities for gifts to be used and true discipleship to be modeled. Our aim is to equip members "for the work of ministry in building up the body of Christ."
Explore the various ministries listed and see where the Holy Spirit leads you to participate.
I am serving with Eglise de la Brie church outside of Paris, France.
Eglise de la Brie is a young church plant in the middle of the Brie Region where 60,000 unchurched French people live, in the suburbs of Paris. The Furrs, UWM churchplanters, and the Monges, visionary news French church-planters teamed up in 2008 to plant a church that was 100% French. A place for people who may have had a problem with or been hurt by the church but had no real problem with God, and a place anyone would feel comfortable inviting their unchurched friends.
I joined the work in 2012 as the Furrs were transitioning to becoming Co-field Directors for Europe and scaling back their involvement at EDB. Every week we welcome new French families who have never set foot in church before, small groups for people who have never opened a bible before and lives being transformed as Christ draws them to Himself.
France, Europe is a dark place spiritually, with many Cathedrals that are empty museums-reminders of a rich heritage that has been almost forgotten, almost lost. But these people walking in darkness have seen a great light. Jesus is revealing Himself through a vibrant kid’s ministry and adult worship services that look like nothing that has ever existed in France before but speaks straight to their hearts.
And the heart of the Brie Church family is small groups. Through this church plant, our 2 new church plant partners, and influence within several French denominations God is influencing current and future church -planters all over France and setting their hearts on fire to see their friends, families and colleagues experience the joy of growing together in the Body of Christ.
I work full-time with the Pastoral team to build the ministry, train leaders, and to lead small groups and constantly creating or translating resources for all stages of ministry. I also serves as leader of the Kiddiboum, the ministry for 3-5 year olds, and as a musician participates in leading worship at Brie Church as well as in amateur music projects in the Paris Area. Gospel music is very popular in France today. Unfortunately, it’s all in English and for them is equivalent to R and B music, sung by African Americans. I hope to spread the message of the Gospel through Gospel and Contemporary Music.