Upcoming Scheduled Gatherings:
- State Gathering – Elder Aaron Kight – June 25th
- Exec. Elder Michael Mooney and his wife Julia will be attending this gathering.
- Limited Seating
- 1st for Kentucky (new Elder Steve Davis) – June 25th
- Michigan (Elder Shelley Bos) – June 25th
- See details here: https://nacministers.org/groups/michigan/forum/topic/2022-michigan-gathering/
- 1st Gathering for Texas (Elder Naomi Chavez) – June 26th
See details here: https://nacministers.org/groups/texas/forum/topic/texas-gathering-2022/
- Gathering for Saturday, August 13, 2022
- Elder Jody Secaur
The New Leadership Hall is Now Open to New Members
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NACM: MEMBER SPOTLIGHT for JUNE, 2022
NACM Ordained Member Minister Shaun Casey in the country of Wales, United Kingdom (Great Britain).
Rev Shaun Casey joined the NACM just a couple or so years ago, and also sought ordination with us. We were of course happy to provide this.
Like here in the USA and many other countries, the Church so often has moved away from being a place of real, relational fellowship: sharing real needs and concerns, praying for one another in mutually bearing one another’s burdens, and learning God’s truths and life principles together in edifying dialogue.
Well, Shaun and his wife felt the Lord wanted them to do more; so starting with one couple, they began meeting in their home weekly: eating together, praying, sharing around God’s Word, and just opening up and meeting real needs. “We simply just opened our house up from 3pm (after the children were back from school) and let people arrive as they wished. We fed everyone in a communal meal each week even though we did not have much money. After some time, we grew from 4 to 30 people, but there was a ‘turnover’ of many more people than 30 actually; around about 150+ probably by now in 2022, who are passing through, all in our little house!”
Some people gave their lives to the Lord, there were also prodigals coming back to the Lord. We also saw some people attend but then choose not to follow the Lord. One day we discovered that a lovely senior lady had been knocking on our neighbors’ doors at the end of our little street saying she had heard there was a house at which people prayed, asking where it was! What we were doing was being a family together, accountable to each other, encouraging each other, sharing a word or a song or gift. We eat, then perhaps someone shares a testimony, or a word is on someone’s heart to share, followed by praying for one another. It is different every single week.
As things developed it was no longer solely based around one weekly evening meeting; there seemed to be people at our house almost every day or evening of the week, either in need of practical help or prayer or just to fellowship! After a few months of this we realized, after looking in the Word, that what was happening among us was similar to what we saw in the book of Acts with the early Church!
We are exhorted in the Word to not stop meeting together, being family together. Whatever is happening in the world, it’s of eternal importance for us to not stop being the Church together and support each other in whatever way we can; and to share the gospel together, being that city of light on a hill for all to see in our communities wherever we are. People NEED the good news about Jesus and to also SEE this through the living stones of His church!”
These things continue to this day in our house: we’re like a ‘halfway house’ for inquirers of the Lord, to find more about Him and His salvation and also fellowshipping, sharing and praying with fellow believers. We pass on to local pastors and to the Baptist church we attend on Sunday any new people or families that come through our house gatherings. We’ve also been reaching out to Filipino, Chinese and the local Welsh people. We have seen whole families baptized as well as individuals give their life to the Lord. It is worth it all!”
Let’s be praying for Shaun and family and this wonderful House Ministry the Lord has guided and blessed them in. What an example of hospitality as a ministry portal to the Kingdom of God!
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