It is our prayer that Mission Haven Rediemed Foundation, Inc. share concrete examples through our testimony, actions, and service that share the love and grace of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We want the world to experience Him and the power of His redeeming grace.
His ways are not our ways, and His thoughts are not our thoughts (Isaiah 55:8). He does more than we could ever ask, hope, dream, or imagine when our lives are surrendered to His divine working power and we are connected to the Holy Spirit to receive His anointing. God never promised in scripture that He will not ever give us more than we can bear. However, He did promise to walk with us (Psalm 23:4; Isaiah 41:10). He also promises that in our weakness he makes us strong (2 Corinthians 12:9-10). The one guarantee we have is the promise of eternity without pain and sorrow when we surrender our lives to Christ (Revelation 21:1-4). We want to share this message with as many people as we can, one meaningful encounter at a time.
There is no telling what Christ can do through us to advance His kingdom when our lives are surrendered to Him and the call on our lives. We pray that you will partner with us as we journey sharing Christ with the world.
In His Service,
The JAM! (Joe and Abi Matos)
Our hearts transformed by Christ seek opportunities to show and share the love and grace of Christ through actions that spark desire in others which lead them to the foot of the cross.
We are individuals who are leading with our transformed hearts to share the extravagant love and grace of Christ one encounter at a time.
John 3:16 | John 10:10
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