I love Center for Champions because it’s simply about building relationships and living life alongside a child who might otherwise feel alone.
We took 52 students and 14 leaders on this retreat, and it was amazing.
We will be working our way through the Gospel of Mark from January through Easter. As we go along, additional resources will be available on hfcinfo.com.
We are so grateful for a community that showed us the deep love of Christ and entered the battle with us.
The interaction around the tables as we discuss what we are learning is fantastic. It is exciting to be growing together as we learn to walk in a manner worthy of our calling in Christ.
As a church we always want to be open to guests and create an atmosphere that is welcoming, but Open House Sunday on September 9 is a specific day for us as a church to put our best foot forward.
To feel and see the love of Jesus shining through our brothers and sisters brings joy to our lives; and what everyone brings to the table with our own personalities and experiences helps to give support, care, love, grace, advice, great humor, and acceptance of who we are and where we are in life—to go through the great things of life and the not-so-good moments together.
Challenge was an amazing trip for so many reasons. It was so clear from the onset that God was watching over this trip and had heard your prayers. Challenge truly challenged and stretched our group throughout our week in Kansas City.