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We have a few early pics of the after math of the demolition in the photo gallery below. None of this would have been possible without all of your encouragement and support. Thanks and God Bless!!!
November 6, 2007
Two Sundays ago, we had an emergency meeting for everyone in the congregation. Pastor Charlie asked us if we should keep the building up and work on remodeling it, or if we should take the building down and build the church from the ground up. With a majority of the vote, nearly 95%, it was decided that the building would indeed be demolished.
Now, we would like to extend an invitation to those that would like to help our congregation bring the house down. If you have any knowledge on construction and would like to lend a helping hand, please use the form below or call Pastor Charlie Phim at (801) 755-5742. If you decide to call Pastor Charlie, please provide the following information in the form to him.
We thank God for giving us the strength and encouragement to move forward with the progression of the Build-HIS-Church project. I think a particular quote from one of Max Lucado's pamphlets titled "How Hurts Bring Hope" describes what we're doing, best. Lucado said,
This really holds true to our congregation. Rather than seeing the arson as a bad thing, we look at the positives that it brings us such as bringing our congregation together; and bringing the church together brings us closer to our Heavenly Father.
Once again, thank you for all the support that you have shown our church and please continue to pray for us. "Blessed those that are pure of heart, for they shall see God." Matthew 5:8
November 3, 2007
On behalf of the Cambodian Christian Reformed Church, I wanted to take this time to thank those that have expressed their concerns over the incident that took place on Wednesday, October 24, 2007 at our church property. I am overwhelmed with the community’s support to our congregation. I believe that this is a blessing to us and that God has a plan for us and for the community. We will take what has happened to us and turn this into a positive thing. I would like to inform those that have express their interest with our church the plans that we will be taking. We are thankful to those that have prayed for us and have kept us in their thoughts. We are also thankful to those that have offered their time and donated their money to help us rebuild what we have lost. I believe that this is just an obstacle that we will overcome.
We are currently working on plans to move forward with the building of God’s church. At the moment, we are planning on demolishing the building home since it would be more work and more money to try to rebuild from where we left off. We are currently looking at what options we have to rebuild from the ground up. We are a small church that is not financially set to complete the church facility right away. We will complete what we can with the funds that we have and work to replenish the church building funds again to take another step forward.
We look forward to the upcoming year and what challenges that it will bring us. We have our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on our side. As Romans 8:31 says, “If God is for us, who can ever be against us?” Thank you friends from the bottom of my heart for all your support and prayers. God bless you all.
~ Pastor Charlie Phim