Since our last quarterly email update, we have all seen Christmas décor, New Year’s resolutions, Super Bowl snacks and Valentine's come and go. Did you feel the love this month amid the pink and red hearts?
Thankfully, we can say for sure that God’s love and mercy remains. From everlasting to everlasting, as David states in Psalm 103:17…or in the words of a popular Toy Story character, “To infinity and beyond!”
We at Hope for Life Chapel (HFLC) RV ministry are blessed to be a source of spiritual, physical, intellectual and emotional provision. People who live day-to-day under dark clouds of despair have begun to open up to the light of Jesus’ love. God’s infinite mercy offers them glimmers of hope. They see that His great grace is still there even when personal storms hit and floods happen.
Throughout each week, Rev. Tamara John is on call for pastoral counseling, prayer, resources and assistance as needed. The HFLC RV ministry volunteer staff work tirelessly behind the scenes, as well as coordinating events and establishing relationships so that the believers and unbelievers can feel accepted and loved by people and by God.
Personal growth continues to occur through the on-site Bible study on Thursday nights, and the Sunday evening services that include a meal. The First Friday Fun Nights are a relaxed time of fellowship around food and an activity. People come for a time of prayer on Saturday mornings; then later on, a group gathers for exercise.
This e-letter only gives you a brief overview of the ministry. Our Web site is currently being revised to provide more in-depth information and the HFLC RV Ministry Facebook page offers regular updates, videos and photos. Read the quarterly mailed newsletters to learn more about the individuals who are touched by God, and His powerful love that changes lives. If you are an intercessor, we covet your prayers. Confidential emails with praises and requests are sent to the HFLC prayer team. And finally, if you want to visit, email and schedule a personal tour with Pastor Tamara John, the director.