GWH Board Update (November 2020)

We are thanking the Lord for your continued prayer for His help in His work at and through Greenwood Hills. He is giving help! Here are a few updates; more will be forthcoming in the weeks ahead.

A Call to Serve At Greenwood Hills

Please watch the video linked below to learn more about the current vision and the clear needs for Greenwood Hills Bible Camps and Conferences. Then, we ask that you prayerfully complete a short form to let us know how you might be led to serve at Greenwood in 2021.

Watch the Video                      Complete the Form

We hope you are encouraged as we are to consider how the Lord has led His faithful servants to selflessly labor throughout the past century. Please pray with us that this labor would continue at Greenwood with the Lord’s leadership until His return!

Financial & Operation Quarterly Report

As everyone is aware, 2020 has been unusually challenging and incredibly unique. However, once again, God has proven to be reliably faithful, abundantly generous, and lovingly instructive throughout it all!

Please click the link below to read a more detailed report.

Prayer Meeting Invitation

Sensing the need to be obedient to our Savior to “pray and not faint”, we have scheduled another Zoom prayer meeting for Saturday, December 6th at 9 am.  We intend to hold these meetings monthly with the Lord’s people who desire to pray for the Lord to work mightily during this time.  The prayer time will have a spiritual focus – the gospel, Christian revival, assembly growth, leadership, etc. If you would like to attend, please send your name to mstoudt@greenwoodhills.net so that we can send you an invite to the meeting. We will send out an invite late Friday afternoon (12/4), so please notify us as soon as possible.

Testimonies on YouTube

We are adding Christian testimonies to our YouTube channel for your viewing and encouragement! Be sure to subscribe and click the notification bell so you are notified of new videos going up each week!

Please watch the testimony of a young man who learned that he was not “good enough” to get to heaven below.

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