There’s more to the story

There’s more to the story

After Percy and Amanda Manuel tragically lost their 11 year old daughter in an accident, they had lots of questions for God. The answer wasn’t what he anticipated.

I’m not afraid of death. I’m not afraid of life anymore either.

I’m not afraid of death. I’m not afraid of life anymore either.

When Opal Scott was 18, she was on her own. After experiencing a lot of trauma, God used a cross country trip to change her life.

A conversation about depression, anxiety and soul-sickness

A conversation about depression, anxiety and soul-sickness

Krystle Bonta, Joseph Moore and Kate Webb talk about their struggle with depression and anxiety and the hope they have in Christ even in the midst of the struggle.

From financial fear to joyful giving

From financial fear to joyful giving

Tim and Chantia Stewart used to give God what they had left over, and then something changed. A different mindset changed their hearts and their finances.

Stick around long enough to see God’s glory

Stick around long enough to see God’s glory

Tim and Evelyn Jenkins have been part of WCC for over 19 years and have been through good and bad, both as a family and as a church. A commitment saved their marriage.

What will happen to me when I die?

What will happen to me when I die?

After being raised in a religious but non-Christian family, Leeda Bacon was searching for something to fill the void in her life. She experimented with witchcraft and the occult, but when she became concerned about where she would go when she died, a book pointed her in the right direction.

Christians, racism and the South

Christians, racism and the South

Nixa Rose moved to the United States from Puerto Rico after her mother passed away when she was 12. After experiencing hypocrisy, judgment and racism from Christians in the South, she had to learn not to put her faith in Christians but in Christ instead.

Saying “Yes” to missions

Saying “Yes” to missions

When God called Randy Tuttle to missions, Randy put his “yes” on the table. That “yes” was challenged several times and God proved himself faithful over and over.

Where you go, I’ll go

Where you go, I’ll go

When Stephen Winslow Jr’s father got a job at another church, he was reluctant to accept that calling for himself as well. God used a song to teach him what it meant to follow his family and his calling.