theMISSION has given me a family, brothers & sisters in Christ, to walk alongside with me in my journey and it gives the opportunity to be the same to them.
theMISSION has stretched me into doing things I’ve never done before…you know it’s only God working through you to do these things.
When I walked through the doors and met the congregation of The Mission church, something stirred deep within me. There was a feeling that I couldn’t quite place my finger on, and I’ve only recently come to truly understand what it was that I experienced that day; what it was that kept me coming back.
Going to The Mission is like coming home for me. Our community has patiently showered me in love and grace, drawn close to me in times of confusion, and walked with me through times of hardship. I stepped out in faith expecting to find a place to serve, but I found much more. I found the deeper definitions of community and fellowship, a congregation of humble servants and warmth, and I found family.
We are all broken, and we are broken together. I am not the same woman I was when I came to The Mission three years ago, because God moves mountains and souls through the ministry and people here.