Special Update from Pastor Johnson

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Each year presents a fresh new opportunity to be a blessing and impact communities near and far for the better. This time around we’re focusing on expanding our reach for Jesus in Gwinnett County through Obria Medical Clinics (The Prenatal Care Project) and by helping children and families in East Africa through Crisis Aid International (The TESIFA Project). It’s an honor to support our brothers and sisters around the world! So, let’s give BIG!

God is up to something this christmas

Listen to an update from our very own Pastor Johnson Bowie about the tremendous generosity demonstrated this past weekend as we kicked off the Christmas gift to the world.

“Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.”
– Mark 16:15
This Year


As believers, we’re called to go and make disciples of all nations. This is the heart behind Christmas Gift to the World. We annually come together and focus our generosity on both a global and local ministry. We’ve seen God do so much over the years in the areas of sex trafficking, the building of ministry facilities, the digging of water wells, the launch of churches, and the impact of nations. Be a part of this incredible blessing.

“Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.”
– Mark 16:15
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Mothers + 
New Borns
in Georgia

Georgia has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the country. With locations in Gwinnett County and nationwide, Obria Medical Clinics are fully-licensed community care clinics providing compassionate, comprehensive and high-quality health care. Having served women, youth and families since 1991, their newly developed Prenatal Care Project will help remove every obstacle and empower women to choose life.

Through our giving, The Prenatal Care Project will help improve birth outcomes for low-income and abortion vulnerable women by increasing access to free and low-cost prenatal care and parenting education.



Providing care
for children
IN Ethiopia

Severe acute malnutrition has consumed the remote region of Aleta, Ethiopia, for many years. Every day children are needlessly suffering from extreme starvation. Crisis Aid International has over 17 years of experience in providing food and medical care for those suffering from severe malnutrition and is already positioned to respond. Through their TESIFA Project, they will address the immediate needs of the people of Aleta as well as build a pediatric hospital to further develop the region through medical care, job creation, and new skills training.

TESIFA means hope, and through this project, not only will the people of Aleta receive the help they need, but generations to come will benefit and thrive.


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