Testimony

Starting at Square One

Kristie Kahlden is our contributor today. She is a member of Bayou City Fellowship where she leads a community group with her husband, Kevin. They have two sweet kiddos. Kristie is also co-leading a new ministry to new mothers starting up at Bayou City Fellowship this fall called Square One and will be a place to meet…

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To Follow Christ

Stephanie Vandagriff is a member of Bayou City Fellowship and a leader for our new Women’s Discipleship Groups. She loves teaching ESL and is a great friend of those who have taken refuge in the United States from other countries. This is a testimony of how she came to be in a Discipleship Group and…

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The Weapon of Choice

This past Saturday I spontaneously decided to attend a seminar put on by Free the Captives, a Houston-based non-profit organization that fights human trafficking. I like conferences, workshops, seminars, etc., but honestly, I was not looking forward to this one.   I love that the people of Bayou City Fellowship have such a heart for…

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Stepping Out Unhindered- A Missionary Story

If you were to ask me two years ago, or even eighteen months ago if I would consider myself a “missionary”, I would have told you “NO!”.  I love missions, I love short term trips, I love everything about cross cultural ministry.  I studied abroad in nursing school in Haiti.  I grew up overseas.  But…

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Enough: A testimony of today

There is no thing I can do that costs as much as the cross. There is no greater giving that the giving of life He leveraged for redemption.   Several years ago the life Brian and I built expanded—with four orphaned children.  Fear, foolish visions of being some kind of benevolent savior, excitement and dread…

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Bearing One Another’s Burdens

I have enjoyed looking at the early church the past couple of weeks. The way they chose to live in community and fellowship is an inspiration and example for us today. I love when Acts 2:43 says that people were in “awe” at the way they chose to live their lives together. It goes on…

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Will You Run For Her?

Since our inaugural day over two years ago,  our Houston church family has linked hand and hand with our Indian family of girls through our global partnership with As Our Own. As Our Own is a Christ-based, community-driven movement in India that rescues vulnerable children from certain enslavement and exploitation, caring for them as our…

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My Declaration

Madelynn Marlow is a tremendous young woman who attends Bayou City Fellowship and is one of our treasured childcare workers. She is an emaple of a woman that pursues Jesus. Madelynn is a senior at Cy-Woods High School in Cypresss-Fairbanks ISD. She plans to attend Baylor University in the fall. In short, DO NOT TURN…

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