“Come Unto Me”, these three simple words that are so powerful that they change lives. Not only is your life changed through the work of the but the church changes through your work. Should you find yourself in a time a of need, or perhaps you are blessed and would like to share those blessings, we want you. For not only do we give unto but you will unto us.
We see a need in our community and as a church our obligation is to be there when you need us the most. Through our facilities, people and God’s grace we have put together several programs meant to help the community.
Programs and other activities planning in our church is to grown as a family. All the programs that Hawthorne
can offer to the community is for the good and health way to keep our community people happy and success in different areas of learning.
GIVE means: The Habit of Giving
Scripture Passage: John 3:16; Acts 20:35
The habit of giving touches the heart of the Christian life. Our life in Christ is possible because “God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believable in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). Love is at the center of our life in Christ but giving is the first and most direct result of love. Love to someone is proven in a willingness to sacrifice for that person. Jesus Christ expressed the importance of giving when He said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35). And, though we tend to measure everything in terms of dollars, the giving to which Christ refers is much more than just money. It includes all we are and all we have. Author: Reagan, David