We exist so all can hear the hope of the gospel. Our commitment extends to all people in all nations, regardless of remoteness, rejection, or resistance.
The heart of this church is family. We believe that our family is not only local but lives all over the world. Our heart's desire is to see our family grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ. How do we do that? We personally support over 30 foreign and domestic missionaries with prayer, financial support, and personal correspondence. When missionaries come to town we welcome them in and ask them to share what the Lord is doing in their neck of the woods. We also support multiple local ministries in Paulding County as we believe that family should take care of its own.
Listed below are the Assemblies of God ministries that our Men's, Women's, Youth, and Children's groups each raise money for. These ministries all serve to support missionaries with the practical needs of ministry so that they can reach their area for Christ.
Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge
"BGMC is the AG missions program for kids that instills a heart of compassion to reach the lost through praying, giving, and going. All funds raised through BGMC go to meet critical needs around the world such as feeding programs, water wells, Bible schools, curriculum, and whatever else a missionary needs in their part of the world."
The concept is simple: we give so others can speed the light of the gospel to a world in darkness. This is accomplished by providing the "essential transportation and creative communication" equipment for missionary evangelism. Through modern transportation, radio, television, print, audio, and digital equipment, our missionaries can help make Jesus known.
She Is Hope - Georgia Women's Ministries missions project collects donations to supply missionary families with household items; refrigerators, office computers, needs for family emergencies, and many necessary items for their homes.
Light for the Lost provides evangelistic resources for missionaries and missionary partners through five platforms: print, audio, video, internet, and technologies. We have one guiding principle: all LFTL assistance must be used to provide resources directly related to evangelism.
The Full Life Study Bible first began in the early 1980s as a missionary project by the late Don Stamps (1938-1991). While Rev. Stamps was serving in Brazil, he recognized a great need among pastors and lay workers for a study Bible written from a Pentecostal perspective.
Today, pastors and lay workers in countries such as Burma, China, India, Indonesia, Madagascar, Russia, Romania, and other countries have access to this study Bible in their language. The Fire Bible is now available in more than 26 language editions, with at least 31 more in development. Not all languages are available outside the countries of origin.