Liberty Manor for Veterans was presented a donation by benevolent members of Acacia Grove Church on October 17, 2012. Acacia.
Grove began when a heavy burden for reaching the lost, and growing more intimately with Christ, fell upon a few families. The desire God placed in their hearts was to mold the church back to its original form, simply by allowing the Word of God to be the key source of all that is done. In the book of Acts, the early church saw thousands come to faith in Christ by witnessing people live out their faith and share one another’s burdens. In addition, the pure Gospel of Christ was being preached and “the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.” (Acts 2:42-47) It was desired for a present-day church to imitate and return to the simplicity and effectiveness of the early Christ-followers, so Acacia Grove Church (AGC) was born in January of 2011. Acacia Grove is a non-denominational church that was started by a group of believers who share a common conviction: to urgently see true followers come to Christ by serving in a church where mission and discipleship would be the central work. We believe it is through these two components that God is most glorified in the body. Our ultimate goal is for the fame of God’s name to be manifested fully across the entire world. So, in simple terms, Acacia Grove Church has a strong conviction to function by this equation:Mission + Discipleship = God’s Fame.
Acacia Grove longs to be a church that gives half of their tithes and offerings to those who are in need, locally and around the world. In order to love our neighbor as much as ourselves, this key Christian principle should be lived out faithfully. They are also committed to remain an intimate faith-family, and desire to plant churches once our intimacy becomes lessened. Most of all, we are a group of people who are willing to do whatever it takes to spread the gospel throughout the world.