I found what I was looking for at Lake Cities United Methodist Church. Read my story …
Read the stories below and maybe you will learn how having God in your life can make a huge positive impact on your ENTIRE LIFE!
All of these stories were submitted by actual members of our church and/or our friends and families!
By Church Member
For the past year, I have been saving quite a bit of loose change and decided that it would be a great time to give it to the church for the Butterfly release on Easter Sunday.
By Patrick Steil
Our family has struggled for 20 years to make ends meet and never have saved up any money. We have lots of kids, so we always thought it was due to that. What we learned — by taking the Financial Peace class at Lake Cities United Methodist Church is that our DEBT is what was strangling us!
By Richard Hieb
I grew up in a small town of about 700 people in rural South Dakota. In my early twenties I moved to Carrollton, TX, and started work traveling the world. Shortly after moving to Texas, my sweetheart from the Midwest moved to Texas, we got married and we lived in and around the Carrollton/North Dallas area for about ten years. For those years both of us still thought of the Midwest as “home.”
Internal Guidance System
By Barry Beard
Our guidance system has been programmed by God before we were even born, and fully activated at our birth. The programming will, at the end of our flight, take us safely home to our Father. All of the hardware is intact and the initial program written, and then there seems to be some space on the hard drive for some user programs to be written.
Life is Like Driving A Car
By Barry Beard
I remember a friend of mine telling me that living life is a lot like driving a car. He said that you must keep your eyes on the road and focus on the direction that you are going, but do not forget the importance of your rearview mirror. You need to reflect on where you have been, how you got where you are, and check on those who may be following you.
Our Lake Cities UMC Story
By Brittany & Jordan Hayworth
When we decided to move from North Carolina to Texas for Jordan to attend graduate school, we were both filled with excitement and fear. We got married June 18, 2010 and moved to the Dallas area in August. It was a lot of changes all at once and we were certain of very little.
One thing we were certain of was that finding a new church was going to be extremely difficult.
Why the Church is Important to Me
By Susan Anderson
Church has been a lifeline to me all of my life, beginning in the Nursery Department of Bering Memorial Methodist Church in Houston, Texas. As the years have passed, and my membership has moved through 2 more churches to what I hope is my final church home, Lake Cities United Methodist Church, I have found ‘sanctuary’ through both the highs and lows of life through the church.