A Safe Haven

The SFCC Center is such a safe, positive, and encouraging environment.  So many people are drawn to this place and most of the time, they could not explain exactly why.  Some say it's because of the warm reception of the people.  Everyone is genuinely welcoming, friendly, and always ready with a smile.  Some say it's the never-ending surprises and activities with each service. It's true that SFCC is laden with so much activities and ministries within and outside the center.  But the priority will always be 'souls'.  Each one counts.

The Bible says that "There is rejoicing in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.” (Luke 15:10).     Every moment is an opportunity to minister to someone.  As  Christians, we should reflect the love of God---love that has the power to heal, to feed, and to save.  Jesus said, "He has anointed me to bring Good News to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim that captives will be released, that the blind will see, that the oppressed will be set free,"   
We are blessed with the knowledge that Christ died for our sins. This is the ultimate expression of His everlasting love for us. In the same way we should also bless others. You can’t proclaim effectively about the love of God without reflecting that love.  And that is why people see the church as a safe haven.  Like the moon, we simply reflect the radiance and warmth of our Savior who is the ultimate source of everything that is good. 

Robert came seeking for help and refuge for his weary soul.

Giving food and extending a helping hand. Caring for both the body and the soul.  

Showering with prayers and blessings

Moved to tears with relief and with renewed joy and strength

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