I hope in the Lord Jesus to send Timothy to you soon, so that I too may be cheered by news of you. For I have no one like him, who will be genuinely concerned for your welfare. For they all seek their own interests, not those of Jesus Christ.
More MOMS Testimonies Available Now
On April 17, at the Downtown campus, three young MOMS shared testimonies of God's grace in their lives. The audio is now available.
Nichole grew up in southwestern Minnesota, in a town with a population of 170 and is the oldest of three kids. She attended the University of Minnesota for nursing, and married Patrick in 2005. Her son, Crosby, was born in April 2008 and son, Blaize, in February 2010. She is a stay-at-home mom, as well as working at the University of Minnesota Medical Center in the area of bone transplants and at the Institute fo Low Back and Neck Care in the procedure/injections area. Nichole and her family recently moved to North Oaks, and are now transitioning to North campus. They have been at Bethlehem for 9 years and she has attended MOMS for 4 years. She loves being outdoors, working out, baking, dancing with her kids and shopping at garage sales.
Megan is the wife of David and mother of 21 month old twin boys, Carson and Cole. She is originally from Aitkin, Minnesota (about 2.5 hours north of the Twin Cities.) She became a believer during her freshman year at the University of Minnesota and then got involved in Campus Outreach. Her family lives in south Minneapolis and attend the Downtown campus, where their particular involvement is with small groups and the Sunday night service.
Kim grew up in Arizona and went to college in Arkansas on a softball scholarship, and there met and married her husband of nine years, Cache. After hearing John Piper's sermons online, they moved up to Minnesota in 2004 to go to Bethlehem and to gain maturity, training and pursue what God would have for them in missions. During that time, God showed them that He would like them to be involved in biblical counseling with the intent to move overseas and be able to counsel other missionaries while doing local church ministry. They moved to Arizona in the summer of 2010 and back to Minnesota in the summer of 2011. They have two girls, Addisyn (4) and Elliana (3).