5 year total
5 year total
Aaron and Tennille Brown
Since Aaron and I were blessed with the gift of the Holy Ghost, we have grown spiritually closer together with God. We have noticed that we have become something an inspiration to others by sharing what we have learned both in our relationship and all we have discovered by growing closer to God.
On January 8, 2017, I took a leap of faith and got baptized. Prior to getting baptized, for years I had let fear consume my life. Asking God for signs which he had given me time and time again but I ignored fearing what might happen. Since receiving Christ as my Lord and personal savior,
For many years, I walked by sight and not by faith. I would often pray but felt like he didn’t hear me. This past year has tested me in ways I didn’t think I could be tested. I faced trials on top of tribulations was an emotional rollercoaster. People would tell me God only puts you through things he knows
1st Time Guest
2nd Time Guest
3rd Time Guest
Total Attendance this represents a 3% growth over 2016
Total First Time Guests this represents a 1% growth over 2016
Marriage Retreat at Faith Tabernacle 2017
2017 Total Gross Income
Wayne and Deon Webster
Several years ago after we had been attending Faith for a couple of years, Pastor Elliott gave his traditional talk on giving. At the end the Service, we each received a pledge form that asked us to commit to the four-month giving challenge. If you’ve been at Faith for any length of time, you know that Pastor Elliott has no issues talking about giving. For my wife and I, that was the moment we decided to make a commitment and do as the Scripture says:
One of the biggest things I used to worry about and stress over is money. My overly-conscious effort to save every dime diminished my contentment. The way I valued money controlled not only what I spent, but what I wanted my parents to spend on me, and the result was that I didn’t enjoy the things that others bought for me because I was worried about the money. I am actually A LOT better now about my anxiety over keeping money and hording it like Ebenezer Scrooge.