Adam Soto came to know the streets at a young age. He was just 13 when he joined a gang and started doing drugs. This young man thought he was never going to change, but one day he was confronted with the question, “Where will you go when you die?” It was then, he accepted Jesus Christ, who instantly delivered him from drugs and gangs! Hear this testimony of God’s power to save a life!
Aundrea Johnson was introduced to crack cocaine after her mother died and brother overdosed on heroine. She found herself lost, lonely and heartbroken. After going to rehab after rehab, she ended up in Chandler, Arizona where she met Jesus Christ who broke her addiction and restored her dignity. Watch as she tells her story about a life-changing God!
If you have a powerful testimony, whether yourself or someone you know, of healing, financial or victory over circumstances and you would like to give God glory and encourage people, please send in your report to firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo or two.
Pastor Artie Aragon has been the pastor of the Chinle Church for over 17 years. Population of 5,000, high suicide rate, alcohol runs rampant and believe it or not they do not have a local Walmart. Continue reading →
Friday September 28,2012
We hosted our annual Reapers Madness. Where 240 were at attendance and 150 new converts were present. The night was started with an impressive opener with Peculiar People. The up and new coming Elgin Street Players performed several songs along with SoulEver. Cross Fires all boy band pulled it off. Keep it up guys! The spanish drama team really got across the vision of the church by asking the question “…who will go?” Hollywood Haters performance of a new convert being confronted by his old self was impressive.
Pastor Campbell pulled an alter call that cemented visitors and new converts decisions to continue to run the race and live for God.
About 6 months ago I ran into a man at a local store and we struck up a conversation. As we talked, the topic of what we did “for a living” was brought up.
I told him I was a pastor and he mentioned that he was involved in politics. In fact, he said he was currently running for mayor of Spring Lake. From there, we continued to talk via email or phone here and there. Somewhere along the way he invited me to a town meeting where the topic was “how to decrease crime in Spring Lake.” At this meeting, people (Board Members Continue reading →