Doing life together is the vessel God used to save me
After experiencing the care and acceptance of her small group family, Kate Webb became a believer in Christ and now has a passion to see others become healed as she was.
Christ carried me when I couldn’t go on
When Kathi Bryant’s marriage ended, her community group became the vessels that God used to help her through the hardest part of her life.
From an underground house church to community group
The Caberoys came to faith in Christ in an underground house church in the Middle East. When they moved to the US, they found a familiar environment in their community group at WCC.
I asked God what his plan was, and then I listened.
Bonnie Heath and her husband had no plans to have children. But after they learned to begin praying different kinds of prayers, God revealed that he had a different plan for them.
God gave me my husband
Even after Cindy Laramee threatened divorce several times, she opened herself up to God’s Word and the Holy Spirit. The lessons she learned transformed her marriage and her life.
Trying to be the perfect child
After growing up with an abusive, alcoholic mother, Lynette Miller tried very hard to be the perfect child. After hitting rock bottom in her teenage years, some strangers prayed for her and God gave her rest.
When saying yes to God means saying yes to children
After marrying at 17, Devin Messer and his wife thought they would put off having children for some time. But after putting his yes on the table, God had other plans for them to start their family.
I can serve Him anywhere
When Mary McAuliffe found herself content and connected for the first time in her life, God called her to move to Rocky Mount.