The Waiting Room

Orlando Cordova, one of our Church friends:
Before he stepped into our Church, he asked, “Is this Church preaching God’s Words?” The answer was, “Yes.” Since that day he fellowships with us every Sunday. This morning he gave his testimony and preached – “The Waiting Room.”
Jorge, one of our volunteers, a faithful servant of God:
For the first time he led the prayer before communion. Pastor Brian shared the good news after Orlando. We had a blessed day. Thank you, Jesus.

God Did It Again

At 5:30am when I got out of my door to head to Skid Row it was still raining. Our volunteers didn’t call me asking “Jennifer, it’s raining. Should we go to Skid Row?!” Because we all know God took care of it all these years. He will do it again while we serve, whether it’s not raining or not raining hard.

My classmates from TUMI came from different locations and joined us to serve and help. Thank you. Brothers!

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Who Do You Follow?

Dr. Bob Lay, Dean of The Urban Ministry Institute started with a spiritual breakfast of Ruth 1:16:
“For where you go I will go, and where you lodge I will lodge. Your people shall be my people, and your God my God.”

Thank Chosen Generation Church, Pastor Cedric Nelms and Jay Eaton for their support.

Give appreciation and thanks to our faithful volunteers, Karen Wheeler Anderson, her family and students who help rain or shine.

And our brother Jamie Jaramillo whose answer to God’s calling always is YES.

We thank God for providing all we need, even His light – Jesus’ light ALWAYS shines when we serve.

Let us give God a big applause and sing Hallelujah! To God Be The Glory. Amen.

Posted by Jennifer Chou on Sunday, March 31, 2019

Mustard Seed Faith Moves Mountains

HAVE A MUSTARD SEED FAITH
YOU CAN MOVE MOUNTAINS

Here comes Steve, a retired, humble, respectful veteran who we met at Skid Row 3 years ago. He’s come to visit from time to time just say hi. Last Sunday he came with his car very excited telling me he is working for Uber now. He got a job. He can walk independently. All these things happen because of God’s grace and miracles. Steve committed coming to serve the community he left 3 years ago. Praise the Lord.

POLICE OFFICERS SAID “THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY.”

Last Sunday we had double parked in front of parking lot. Suddenly while we were packing to leave, a police car stopped right behind our car. I immediately approached the officers’ car, apologizing and explaining we would move in minutes. The officers said, “Don’t worry. We just want to let you know that we thank you for your services for the community.”

Hallelujah! Praise the Lord. To God be the Glory. Amen. Amen. Amen!

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