THE BIG GIVE

A Holiday Tradition at Family Life Church

The Big Give is a Holiday Tradition at Family Life Church. Last year Big Give offerings totaled over $23,000.00! This was raised for the Community Service fund. $10,000.00 was given at Christmas to Mill Families and the balance will be spent in community service. We served our community in a HUGE way.  In the past five years, the generous people at Family Life Church have given $128,000.00 in Big Give offerings!!

At FLC we "give to give," not give to get! In past years we have given gifts to the local NFD Toy & Joy, helped single moms, given to fund the local women’s shelter for an entire year through Love INC, build a Dream Center in India, bought a Bus for A Family Place daycare for at-risk preschoolers. We have given to our community and helped families who lost their jobs last Christmas with the Mill shutting down.

We Give Big. Like we always say the biggest offerings we take at this Church are always for someone else.

Our 2017 Goal: $10,000

This year, our Big Give goal of $10,000 will go towards the following ministries:

$10,000

GOAL THIS YEAR

$23,000

IN 2016

$10,000

TO THE MILL FAMILIES

$128,000

IN THE LAST 5 YEARS

CONVOY OF HOPE: $11,000

In the Fall of 2015, Hurricane Matthew devastated Haiti. One million people were affected and there were over one thousand deaths. Convoy of Hope is on the scene giving much needed supplies. We can help.

CUBA: $6,000

The Country of Cuba has tried to shut down the church. BUT… a Cuban pastor, Brother Emilio, has helped establish over 800 house churches and they are thriving. We can buy a house and create another church for $6,000.00

SONIYA SHERPA: $6,000

Saved from sex trafficking as a little girl by Good News India’s high-risk girls home, she was able to attend high school in the U.S. Soniya has a chance to return to the U.S. to go to college in Oregon and study nursing. $6,000 will help her complete her first year.

CRATER ELEMENTARY: $2,000

We can provide weekend lunch kits for hungry kids, and help families in need in Newberg during the Christmas season.