After allowing fear to dictate his days and limit his joy for years, Geoff finally recognized his fear for what it truly was—sin.
Beau struggled with depression and learned that the Lord is not so much intent on taking away the pain as He is on teaching His children to trust Him through it.
For years, worry and anxiety shaped Scott’s decisions in life. Though his fears didn’t completely disappear, Scott learned that God is in control ultimately.
God saved Levi from a decade-long addiction to pornography, and Levi came to understand that nothing could fill his life apart from Jesus.
In and out of using drugs for over 22 years, God graciously saved Robin, allowing her to find joy and freedom through ministry and community.
Growing up, Lauren developed an obsession with self-identity. Relying on Jesus to transform and sustain her, Lauren found satisfaction and joy in being God’s child.
Suffering heartache from a divorce, Nina surrendered the broken pieces of her life to God and learned to trust in His sovereignty.
Tim battled drug addiction for more than 30 years. Christ led Tim to join The Village, and Tim’s life changed greatly through gospel-centered community and accountability.
In the beginning, Barry and Becky wanted little to do with their Home Group. However, they felt the Lord working in their hearts and realized God was using their group as an instrument in their lives.