The Hurlbut's share their story of their sons growing through participation in Amped and Narrow Path, their appreciation for the Church body providing a support system as Shannon battled cancer, and their differing responses to the Generosity Initiative. Listen to their story:
"If you want to be stretched. If you want to experience God in a brand new way, then start giving!" -- Deb Richards This is Deb's story about how she gave fearlessly when she didn't know how she could afford it and provide for her young family.
Having grown up in the church, David Foertsch was unsure what the purpose of the [IN] journey was, but then he started hearing stories about how people's hearts were being transformed through involvement CTR ministries and it all came into focus. [IN] is about breaking the bonds that enslave us to things of this world so that
We distributed a handout that looks back at the journey we've been on and looks forward as we enter the final year of [IN]. Click on the image below to download a copy.
This message looks at a guy in Scripture who was a classic example of a man who was totally given over to consumerism, and then it compares that with the early Church as described in Acts 2 to see how The Church was birthed, how those early believers lived in community with each other,
This message is called The journey. We will look at the big journey we are all on in following Jesus and in making Him our ultimate treasure. We will look at the journey we are on as a local church and what it looks like to travel together as a community of faith. We
Pastor Bill shared highlights of our [IN] journey and where we're headed in a video in service March 5. Check it out:
When the [IN] Initiative started, I was unemployed. After hearing Pastor Bill's sermons, I decided to make an [IN] commitment anyway. I had never given to the church before, and I knew it was time for me to start giving back to God. Shortly after that, I was happy to accept a job offer
The Siebers have been coming to CTR since 2013. Watch this video and hear their story:
The Wilks family has been coming to CTR since coming to the Valley back in 1999. Watch this video and hear their story: