From the first time I visited California I have wanted to live there. My dear husband was raised in Redwood City, California and thinks San Francisco is the best city in the world. So when he had to opportunity to move to Fairfield we just had to go. We both knew immediately that it was the right thing to do. It was as if God opened a door and spoke clearly to us both. It is time to go. I can’t tell you what the future holds for us. But I know it is going to be new and exciting. God has a plan on how we can serve him in the community of Fairfield.
When we went to Fairfield to pick out a house we visited Liberty Church.
This church was filled with the Holy Spirit. We could feel His presence the moment we entered the sanctuary. Jesus was near. God was in the house. I know I speak for us both when I say we were comfortable here.
It happens to be a larger church then I am used to. Which may be a really good way to make new friends in the area. Being a multi-cultural church there was a wide variety of people there.
The sermon was bible based but sprinkled in tidbits of personal experience. Worship in this church was awesome. They have an excellent band, singers, and even worship dancers of all abilities. They do extensive outreach in the community and are currently looking for more volunteers. Count me in!
We still plan on staying in touch with the Gathering church here in Washington. I will be sending lesson sheets online to one of my helpers. Also several of the parents and teens have stepped up to help supervise on Sundays. Whenever we are in town I’m sure hubby and I will still be attending our beloved friends’ church The Gathering @ the Landing in Renton
I was packing up some of my paintings the other day and came across this one.
It is titled
Black charcoal and water on canvas
I couldn’t pack it properly because it’s so delicate and being a two foot square I don’t even have a large enough box if I did want to pack it. Does anyone wish to purchase it maybe?