connect, serve, grow, shareANNUALREPORTfiscal yearsep2015aug2016
connect, serve, grow, shareA Letter from KevinSince the beginning of our church, CLA's mission has always been about people specifically, introducing people to a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. We know thatwe, the local church, are God’s “Plan A” to reach our neighbors, our community, and ourworld. It’s not because we’re something special. It’s because we serve a God whodelights in using broken vessels to do miraculous things. There is no “Plan B”; we are it.Our God is the only one who multiplies what we offer to Him, beyond what we could everhave done - or even imagined - without Him.Over the past year, we have seen God move in incredible ways. The statistics andstories in this annual report never get old to me because they represent what God isdoing in the hearts of people. God is changing lives, and that’s cause for celebration! Notonly that, I want us to share in that amazement together. Our God is not just a God of thedistant past. He’s a God of the present, and over the past year we’ve watched himtransform lives across Tehachapi.What excites me most about numbers and statistics is that they represent leaders,you guys, working hard to live out the mission that Jesus Christ has given us. None ofthis happens without you answering God's call to lead and to serve. We give our time,energy, resources, and finances to introduce those we love to a growing relationship withJesus Christ. CLA is effective because of you - because of your sacrifice, yourwillingness to lead, to get involved. CLA family, we are generous, we are gifted, and Godis up to something in our church family.This annual report also serves as a challenge for us to stay faithful. For the past 7years, we’ve operated on two basic principles as a church: (1) Do whatever it takes toreach people; and (2) stay out of God's way, let the Holy Spirit lead. Everything we’vedone has been in pursuit of those two principles. The more I look back, the more I realizethat God may just be getting started. What’s next for us? What will God do now if wecontinue to say “Yes” to the Holy Spirit? Perhaps the real miracles are yet to come.Take time over the following days and weeks to read through this report. Celebrate,as we reflect on what God has done through our CLA family. Pray with us that God wouldcontinue to pour out His grace. And together, let’s look forward to the future withexpectant hope as we love God, love each other, and love our world.Kevin
Spiritual GrowthLife Groups, Starting Point, FPU, Link,First Impressions Teamsconnect, serve, grow, shareLife GroupsTina Sischo’s Life Group Storyconnectedin groupsI had just lost my mom and everything in myworld seemed to fade to black. I fell intodepression I didn't know how to escape thesadness. So, I drank.a lot. Then 6 monthslater my husband left. I guess my depressionwas too much for him to take. Well, one nightafter a lot of drinking, I had convinced myselfthat if I could just stop breathing, the pain andsadness would go away. As I sat in my roomstaring at a bottle of sleeping pills contemplating whether to stay or leave, this woman,who has been my rock, walks in with others Iconsidered to be my friends, ultimately talking me out of what I was about to do.BAPTISMadults[And] the next morning, there she was.myperson. She was talking to me about thisthing called " Life Group." A lot! She'd beenafter me for quite some time to at least consider sitting in. After much debate, I finallygave in.I didn't say a word, I sat in total silence andlistened to all these wonderful people givetestimony to all the wonderful things GODwas doing in their lives. My mom was alwaysstrong in her faith, right to the very end, and itgot me thinking.when did I lose mine? Whengroup ended after the 8 weeks, [and] afterwhat felt like a very long break, I gladly joinedanother group. This time I wasn't so quiet. Ihad things to say, tears to cry, a heart thatneeded mending. Each day was actually getting better.Church didn't seem like such a chore. Andyou know what? Most of the time it felt likethe group questions were written just for me;you see, I hadn't lost my faith, I just misplaced it. Being in a group of people with stories of trials and overcomings opened myeyes.I WASN'T ALONE!MAKING IT HAPPEN!FIRST IMPRESSIONS TEAMSCoffee TeamGuest ServicesWelcome TeamThe people in my group are my support, notonly in the physical but in my spiritual. Without them I honestly don't know where I wouldhave ended up. I think everyone needs agood support group, people to hold you accountable. I know it’s not easy to get started,to really open up, to put your life on the tableto complete strangers, but once you do, ohman, the relief.I've learned a lot over the last couple ofyears, but mostly to change the things youcan control (with a good push) and the rest,well, that's for GOD to handle.NUMBERSSTARTING POINTtaking a next stepLINKconnected in servingFINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITYgraduates
Spiritual GrowthMothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)connect, serve, grow, shareMy MOPS StoryMy first year with MOPS was fun. I met new Christian friends anddeepened the friendships I already had. My daughter made friendsthrough the program and we enjoyed wonderful fellowship. My secondyear of MOPS was vastly different. This will be hard to recount but Iwant to do so, because the love, support and prayer I received fromour MOPS group was invaluable.In August of last year, my family’s lives were upended with a sudden separation from my husband. I had not seen it coming,only knew, somewhere in the quiet of my heart, that our marriage was not as it could be and I lived every day with the frustrationand heartbreak of not knowing how to make it better. You see, my husband has PTSD and if you are at all familiar with thecondition, you may know that the emotional walls it can cause can seem insurmountable.Our marriage was lonely and we had been arguing regularlyfor at least two years at that point. But it didn't seem "that"bad. Not bad enough for my husband to suddenly leave.I was devastated. During this time, I was filled with terribleanxiety, extreme loneliness and felt so abandoned. I couldnot understand why God would allow us to come tothat point.My MOPS group arranged a meal train for us immediately,to provide us with meals. Individually, several friends Iwould never have known if not through MOPS, came alongbeside me, invited me for dinners, for coffee dates, to talk,to cry, to pray. When I felt despair and loneliness, theyreminded me that God was with me always. When I wastempted to avoid MOPS because I felt out of place and likea failure as a wife and mother, they resolutely insisted I wasnot and to not allow in those kinds of thoughts. MOPS wassuch an amazing encouragement to me to not give up onour marriage, no matter how bleak it looked just then.Looking back, I think some of the only times I was ableto smile or laugh, to feel joy or like myself during thosemonths was when I was at MOPS!I'm more than happy to say that now, a year later, myhusband and I are in such a better place. Not only have wereconciled, but our marriage is closer and stronger than itever has been. I have learned to let God's love work in andshine out of me as a wife. I've learned how to work with myhusband to face his PTSD together. And while many, manyfactors worked together to affect this turnaround, I can trulysay that MOPS was paramount to me being able to pullmyself back up and walk through the most challenging timeof my life, strongly grounded in God and His will for ourmarriage.My husband and I are just beginning an outreach to helpother veteran families whose marriages may be strugglingas ours was. Marriage troubles are so common in theveteran PTSD community and we want to be able toencourage others with what we have learned. For me,at the core, it is to love as Christ loves, with understanding,strength and endurance. And I have MOPS to thank forbeing a group that showed me that love firsthand.In Him, Liz M.
Rooted Youth Ministryconnect, serve, grow, shareSUMMER CAMPstudents“Bible study really got me thinkingabout questions I never reallythought to ask myself and addedgreat reassurance to my beliefsand faith journey.” - Truxton K. (15)“Summer Camp was a new way toconnect with God and build greatrelationships.” - Jayden C. (15)“The thing I love about Rooted Youth isthat we all are given the opportunity to seethat God is involved in our everyday lives,that He’s not just there Sunday morning,but that He’s always around even whenwe don’t see it.” - Mark M. (15)“Camp was a great experience thatbrought me closer to my churchfamily and God.” - Victoria R. (16)NUMBERSAVERAGE PER WEEK,WINTER CAMP,studentsstudentsYOUTH CONVENTION,students
Children’s MinistriesKids Life, Kids Life Jr, Girls Ministries, Royal Rangers, Nurseryconnect, serve, grow, shareconnect, serve, grow, shareGENEROSITYChristmas shoe boxes packedand donated around the worldkids missions - BGMCcoming alongside missionariesto build wells in Kenya, help kidsand moms in El Salvador, andhelp orphans in LaosBAPTISMkidsKIDS CAMPcampersleadersRoyal Ranger Campout fun!AVERAGE WEEKLY ATTENDANCEKids Life: excited aboutan Easter chickROYAL RANGERS/GIRLS MINISTRIESstudents,leadersNURSERYbabies,paid staffKIDS LIFE JR (3 YRS - K)kids,volunteersKIDS LIFE (1ST - 6TH GRADES)kids,volunteers
KIDS LIFE (1ST - 6TH GRADES) kids, volunteers GENEROSITY Christmas shoe boxes packed and donated around the world kids missions - BGMC coming alongside missionaries to build wells in Kenya, help kids and moms in El Salvador, and help orphans in Laos Children’s Ministries Kids Life, Kids Life Jr, Girls Ministries, Royal Rangers, Nursery
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