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Jim Johnson said:   July 10, 2014 8:56 am PST
Hello Pastor My name is Jim Johnson, and I am pastor of Nokesville UMC in Nokesville. VA. My grandmother, Grace Williams was a member of your predecessor church Golden Acres UMC for many years until her death in the early 1980’s. I would come visit her in the summer and remember your church fondly. I recently was in the Houston area for the first time since her death. I rode by what was her house (now a vacant lot) and drove by the church. My fear was that with appeared to be dramatic change in the community that the church might not have survived. Seeing y’all have repurposed and relaunched made me incredibly happy. I know recreating a ministry in a community is incredibly hard work and I’m grateful y’all have taken it on. I will continue to keep you and your ministry there in my prayers. Grace and peace Jim Johnson

Bill & Kim Nash said:   June 23, 2014 1:43 pm PST
Thanks to you Bro. Jack,your wife Kathy and all your members for the checks you presented to us at the end of our concert Saturday night at Hope Community UMC for Champions Kids Camp! Wow! We were amazed that together you all raised enough money to sponsor 14 of our campers to Champions Kids Camp this coming July who did not have a sponsor. We're always so humbled when good folks rally around us to help us serve the children we serve who have been through so much. That's 14 lives that will forever be changed. Thank you Jesus!!!

John Brown said:   November 6, 2013 9:12 pm PST
Missed seeing everyone on Sunday, though it is good to have a brief vacation and spend time with family too

Linda said:   September 29, 2013 5:48 pm PST
I like to visit different churches of different denominations and faith traditions. Many times one visit is enough. I keep coming back to Hope Community because the message is always relevant to where I am in my spiritual journey and the people I meet are always welcoming.

Steve Sherwood said:   September 16, 2012 5:49 pm PST
May your battery be completely charged up. Remember what the battery manufacturers say: If you want to get the most from a battery, drain it completely before recharging. That way you avoid 'memory' charging, where the battery only charges partially. As good stewards of God's resources, we do our best to 'discharge' your battery to the fullest- so you can get a 'recharge' from the Holy Spirit to the fullest! Have a wonderful retreat. Some of my happiest memories are at Lakewood, before I was exiled. Steve

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