God is Changing Lives at Liberty

New Elder: “Our kids get just as much out of church as my wife and I do.”

Last spring, funds from the Pickle Jar were used to pay the past-due rent to prevent the eviction of a single mother and her young children, who had recently escaped from domestic abuse.

Visitor: “This past Sunday I visited Liberty. I loved every moment of it! I felt renewed, strengthened, and filled with life again. I don’t think I realized how tired I have been physically, emotionally and spiritually. But being a part of your service was pure life to me. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!”

After a Children’s Moment, a little boy ran back to his seat and, with the most excited voice, said, “Daddy, Jesus love is so wonderful that I can’t get over it, under it or around it. Isn’t that amazing?”

After the Middle School youth group participated in a “prayer stations” exercise during Holy Week, one student remarked: “This is the closest to God that I have felt in my entire life.”

Member: “Even though Liberty is such a big church, the way I have been cared for makes it feel like a small church.”