Marvel’s Endgame movie captured the hearts, minds, and attention of many around the world. This blockbuster movie, one of the most expensive films ever made, became the highest-grossing film of all times. Endgame has many parts that have been highlighted as highpoints of the movie.
One of those moments was when Spiderman was instructed to give the gauntlet with the infinity stones over to Captain Marvel. The nervous and scared hero looked to this shero and wondered out loud, “I don’t know how you are going to get through all of that!” The camera pans the enemy charging the good side, and at that moment, the women appeared on the screen one at a time, saying, “Don’t worry! She has help!”
Many staggered into the new year of 2021 feeling the effects of the pandemic. Many have taken a beating and are struggling. In fact, many have reviewed what the enemy had lined up against in 2020, and are tensing up for what is expected in 2021, wondering, “How in the world are we going to get through all of that?” Well, friends, God sent some powerful women ministers to provide powerful reminders of the name of Jesus through the New Hope District’s ending evangelism series in December 2020.
The New Life Church in Rock Hill, S.C., and the Door of Hope Church in Pageland, S.C., (collectively known as the New Hope District Church) accepted this unique and challenging mission of sponsoring the first known all-women’s evangelistic series.
The pandemic opened this opportunity to feature dynamic ministers who preach God’s Word with power and effectiveness. Evangelism is about connecting all to Christ, and allowing them to experience His love. So, just like in Endgame, when the world needed to be delivered from what the enemy had lined up, there were some of God’s daughters to provide life-changing messages for thousands who have been impacted emotionally, financially, physically, spiritually, and socially in 2020. These women doubly had the mission to soothe hearts and minds as all entered 2021. God chose eight women to do this great thing for such a time as this. The theme presented was “His Name in Her Voice,” and from this series, 11 Bible studies are taking place.
Additionally, the churches connected with a young woman who watched the series, not knowing that New Life Church was four miles away from her mother. The Lord also blessed the Door of Hope’s Food Pantry, as an anonymous donor gave $5,000 toward the community service project the church provides every week to 250 families. Please keep the New Hope Church District in prayer as they impact different communities with preaching, teaching, and reaching.
South Atlantic | May 2021