The Vision - Part 4
November 21, 2021 • David Chadwick
Today is the final message in this MOHC Vision series. We will put it all together so that you can see our vision for the next five years. What kind of church we will be. How we will serve and give our lives away. http://www.momentsofhopechurch.org/vision
The Vision - Part 3
November 14, 2021 • David Chadwick • Nehemiah, Malachi 3:8–10
This week we will focus on eight vulnerable, at-risk communities in the Charlotte/Metrolina area over the next five years. We will pour people and resources into these underserved areas, trying to promote and accomplish upward mobility for our neighbors there. I am convinced that we will find God amidst the vulnerable.
The Vision - Part 2
November 7, 2021 • David Chadwick • Nehemiah, Proverbs 29:18
The vision casting for MOHC has begun! Last weekend, we began casting our vision for the next five years. Where God is leading us. What He wants us to emphasize. The book of Nehemiah is guiding us in this vision pursuit. This great leader had a vision of rebuilding the walls around Jerusalem and gave ten practical principles for making it happen. These same principles will guide us as we move toward God's vision for MOHC. This weekend, we will not only cover the general vision and Nehemiah's ten principles, but also look more specifically at the global implications of our vision. Jesus's church is commanded to take the gospel into all the world (Acts 1:8). We will address the specific places throughout the world that MOHC will emphasize over the next five years. They will be places that have deep human hurt yet have never heard the good news of Jesus's forgiving love (Matt. 24:14).
The Vision - Part 1
October 31, 2021 • David Chadwick • Nehemiah, Proverbs 29:18
This week begins a 4-part vision-casting series. Proverbs 29:18 says, "Without a vision, the people perish." We will let the biblical book of Nehemiah guide us. He was a man with a vision from God to rebuild Jerusalem's walls. God gave him the strength and wisdom for success. May our Lord do the same for us.