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Capital Community Church, Fredericton – Origin:
The Pentecostal movement began in the city of Fredericton in the summer of 1924, when tent meetings were held on the Woodstock Road.

Dubbed “the Holy Rollers” by the local newspaper, these early Apostolic believers often faced intimidation and even outright persecution as they brought Biblical truth to a city with strong religious traditions.

But God’s hand was in it, as the articles in “The Daily Gleaner” resulted in large crowds coming to the meetings simply out of curiosity.

Many lives were changed as men and women exchanged dead tradition for living truth!

Crossroads Community Church, Vancouver – Origin:
The story of Crossroads Community Church, Vancouve begins over 40 years ago. God had His eye on Vancouver, Washington and in 1972, Crossroads’ Founding Pastor Bill Ritchie loaded up his family and moved to a sleepy little suburb of Portland, Oregon.

Not long after, in the fall of 1975, God led him to plant Crossroads Community Church, Vancouver together with a team of volunteers who wanted to see their community meet Jesus. Pastor Bill recalls,

“I remember the day the Lord spoke to me about planting a church. For my family and I it was a huge leap of faith…maybe that’s why we were so drawn to the name ‘Crossroads.’ But the call was undeniable: preach the hope of Jesus to Clark County and live out that Gospel as a church family. Looking back on our first 40 years, I’m overwhelmed by God’s grace and faithfulness, and I can only imagine what He has planned for the next season!”

In 2012, Pastor Bill, the Crossroads board and Leadership Team invited Pastor Daniel Fusco to come lead Crossroads Community Church, Vancouver through the next season of ministry that God had planned

Church of the Highlands – Origin:
Pastor Chris Hodges dreamed of planting a church with a simple goal—to help people connect with God so that they might reach their full potential. With the help of the initial Dream Team, 34 people committed to seeing this dream become a reality, Church of the Highlands began February 4, 2001. That Sunday, more than 350 people attended the first service at the Fine Arts Center of Mountain Brook High School in Birmingham, Alabama.

In the first year, Church of the Highlands grew to 600 people in weekly attendance, and 371 people committed their lives to Christ. At the same time, Church of the Highlands helped plant six other churches and gave nearly a quarter of its income to missions.

Today, thousands of people attend Church of the Highlands, Birmingham at multiple campuses all over the state of Alabama.

Church of the Highlands – Purpose:
To reach people with the life-giving message of Jesus that they might become fully devoted followers of Christ.

Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg – Mission:
To change our world by developing Christ-followers who love God and love people

Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg – Core Values:
Commitment to Scripture
Culture of Prayer
Lifestyle of Worship
Connection to Community
Heart for Serving
Passion for Sharing

Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg – Origin:
On June 17, 1956, 35 adults and their children gathered in the Mountain View Elementary School in Lynchburg, Virginia for the first Sunday worship service of Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg. That week, leaders of the church and a particularly aggressive young man named Jerry Falwell, the founding pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, searched for a place to house their new church. They located a building which was formerly used by the Donald Duck Bottling Company.

In a matter of weeks, Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg had started its radio ministry. Six months later it began to videotape the Old Time Gospel Hour in a local studio and air the program on a local television station.

By 1958, Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg had moved into a new sanctuary to accommodate the ever-growing church attendance. The following year, Elim Home was established for alcoholic men on a 165-acre farm just outside of Lynchburg.

In 1964, the congregation moved into its third auditorium on Thomas Road which seated 1,000 people. The following year, the two-story Spurgeon Building was completed, offering temporary relief for the overcrowded Sunday School.

By 1968, average attendance passed the 2,000 level, and the Carter Building was constructed to hold some of the overflowing Sunday School crowd. The following year, ground was broken for two educational buildings and for a new 3,000-seat sanctuary.

With the goal of training Champions for Christ to go into all walks of life, Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg founded Lynchburg Christian Academy in 1967 and Liberty University in 1971.

In the early part of the 1970′s, Thomas Road became recognized nationally as one of the fastest growing churches in America. A Christian counseling ministry was initiated during this time to assist families with problems and help them build homes on biblical principles.

In July of 2006, Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg moved into its current facility and kept growing. The new facilities allowed Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg to keep expanding its ministry to the community and throughout the world.

On May 15, 2007, Dr. Jerry Falwell finished his work on this earth and went home to his Heavenly Father. As the new pastor, Dr. Falwell’s son Jonathan is continuing the vision and legacy put forth by his father.

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