God's plan is for people to hear the good news that Jesus Christ payed for our sins and conquered death for us through His death and resurrection. Sharing a testimony is an act of obedience that glorifies and honors God for His faithfulness and care.

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." Acts 1:8

We invite you to read the following testimonies from some of our members and friends. We pray that these testimonies will touch you and inspire you to continue to grow in your relationship with God.

Testimony - August 18, 2011

Joyce's Testimony

When I look back on the last 25 years or so of my life, I realize that God sent me on a journey that I could not, in my wildest imagination, have conjured up in my mind. There were so many things to deal with…lots of “stuff”, and there were two ways that I could have gone while trying to handle it all.

Testimony - May 17, 2011

Emily's Testimony

I have been skeptical about accounts of prayer that are immediately and directly answered by God, seemingly like a dream come true. How can He so easily talk to us? That kind of awesome power is truly hard to wrap your mind around.

Testimony - March 21, 2011

Elena's Testimony

So what exactly is a “good work?” Well if you had asked me 10 years ago, I might have answered something like, “It’s something nice that you do for another person” or, “It is an action that is pleasing to the recipient with no expectation of anything in return.” On the surface, those responses would probably work. But as Paul writes in Ephesians, you aren’t saved by doing good works. In fact, Paul says that we are, “created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”

Testimony - November 3, 2010

Mary's Testimony

Have you ever heard someone attribute miraculous happenings to chance or good luck?  If so, how did it make you feel as a Christian?  Did you want to shout from a mountaintop “Praise be to God!” in response?  How would you feel if someone professed a visual spiritual connection with our Lord and Savior?  Would you be slightly hesitant to acknowledge God’s living presence for fear of being considered a bit