When someone places his or her faith in Jesus Christ, they are saved into a big, big family. Christians do not, cannot exist as isolated individuals. The church is a community of Jesus-followers and we deeply need one another to make the journey through life. No one "flies solo." Jesus taught us to pray, "Our Father in heaven," not to pray "My Father in heaven." The church is likened to a body with many parts--eyes, ears, hands, feet, etc. We all need one another to be the church. We invite you into this "community of faith."
Two of the values of Fellowship Covenant Church are journeying toward wholeness in Jesus and connecting to others in community. We recognize that these two values are absolutely linked and we strive toward creating opportunities for both to occur in order to become fully devoted followers of Christ.
John has served here since 2006, and has been in pastoral ministry since 1975 with a 2 year stint on the Bible and Theology faculty at Moody Bible Institute and several years mentoring pastors in eastern Europe. John holds degrees from Moody Bible Institute, Dallas Theological Seminary and Fuller Theological Seminary.