Scott & Lauren's Story
We are excited for the people in The 10 to fully experience the love of Jesus as if flows out through Mission church the same way that our family has experienced it. We started attending Mission in October 2011 and we quickly knew this was the right place for us. We were warmly embraced and cared for right from the beginning. But the love and care went to a whole new level when our oldest son was diagnosed with cancer. The church became the tangible hands and feet of Jesus as it never had before. It was so tangible that family, friends and even complete strangers felt compelled to tell us that they had never seen anything like this before. They didn’t realize that a church could even be like this.
A permanent home for Mission Church is so exciting because it makes it much easier for so many more people to find and experience Jesus in a way that they may not even know is possible. Mission church and The 10 will never be the same again.