Alpha ministry at Monroe Community Church – Fall report 2018

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This Fall we saw record numbers of people attending our Alpha ministry. To date we have reached over 50 guests!

We are grateful, humbled, and in awe of the work of the Spirit. We are seeing many things happening. People have left the Alpha Course because they don’t resonate with the Gospel, but they heard the Gospel and we trust them to the ongoing work of the Spirit.

Other people are experiencing life change. We have several individuals and couples who are coming to faith and are being transformed by the work of the Holy Spirit.

All in all we are more than encouraged by the way Alpha is reaching people and changing Monroe Community Church for the better. Thanks again for your support, we could not do this without Classis Grand Rapids South!

Submitted by Rev. Jim Boer


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