The possibility of having a community-wide Christian revival has been faithfully prayed about for several years. This particular event, Gathering 2020, has been prayed about diligently for the last couple of years. With this much prayer coverage with our Lord and after careful consideration, the leadership team discussed and confirmed at today’s monthly Gathering 2020 meeting that our August event at the VBC will be postponed to a future date.
Thank you to these faithful volunteers! In this group we have one friend who was recently introduced to Lincoln and has now been here three Saturdays in a row. Two friends who previously worked at Learning Lab and who have found a new way to serve. Also joining them was a group from Summit Crossing Church. We are so thankful for each of you!
Hear the extraordinary story of what God can do through those who are willing to show up. Below is part one of a multi-part series of how the obedience of one man has led to the restoration of a community and the redemption of lives.
Dianara and her daughter have been Lincoln residents for 3 years. Each year, our staff has watched Dianara grow spiritually, physically, emotionally, and financially. She has participated in Lincoln’s Matched Savings Program to save for a down payment, and through our partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Dianara has reached her goal of owning her own home – which is in the process of being built! It is an honor to walk alongside Dianara and not only see her dreams come true, but also see God’s dreams for her come true…
As we came to the close of our unconventional end-of-school year, we came up with a plan to make craft kits for the students, as a gift to get their summer started. We asked for donations of fun items that the kids could use creatively as they were social distancing. The response was overwhelming! We received so many sweet and thoughtful items from our volunteers and friends of the ministry, ensuring that each child had a special gift. Thank you so much for your generosity and for blessing our families in this way! We are so thankful for each of you. ~Phillipians 1:3
Lincoln Ambassadors attend quarterly meetings over the course of two years to learn more in-depth about LVM to help spread awareness in the community. A new Ambassador class will begin this fall. If you are interested in learning more please email .
“My thoughts on Lincoln begin on a Sunday afternoon years ago when my wife passed me the Sunday paper in which there was an article entitled “Opening Doors”. It was a description of what was beginning at Lincoln Mill. She said that I should look into this… I did and have not looked back.”