When we serve, we go, give, and teach
Blake and Claudia Rhudy have been through a lot over the last few years. But they have committed to serving in areas where they are gifted and also areas where there is a need. Along the way, they’ve learned that we are the hands and feet of Jesus, and if others don’t see Jesus in… Read more »
Small groups turned out to be my family
After being initially reluctant to join a small group, Jacky Adkins finally found out that Christians are broken sometimes too, and that we are here to support each other, love each other, and be family to each other.
What do you do when you hit rock bottom?
Casey Lyden had hit rock bottom, her alcoholism spiraling out of control after a death in her family. Learning what to do with her shame was the turning point.
Now I know I’m not alone on the journey
After a few years of job and financial rollercoasters, Devon Jenison now deeply understands what it means to trust God with your present and your future.
I don’t just know of Him now. I know Him.
Growing up, Alan Tufino was an atheist and his life motto was YOLO. But he was empty inside and nothing was fulfilling his life’s deepest needs. He didn’t know that he would meet Jesus at a New Years Eve church service.
At first, I thought the stories of the Bible were ridiculous
When Mary Wood came to WCC, she was far from God. Years later, she came to a place of desperation and found a way to live a sober life. That was just one step on her journey of faith.
I survived it all, until I didn’t
Wayne Potente shares his story of how God brought him through many trials and what God has for him next.
My church is my family now, and my “yes” is on the table
After struggling with faith for much of his teenage years and into young adulthood, Michael Cain came with his new family to WCC. After getting involved, he realized that church wasn’t an activity – it was a family. Now, after putting his “yes” on the table for God, his faith is being stretched and developed.