But then an amazing thing happens...
To me it was a wonderful opportunity to serve. You completely become the hands, feet, and heart of Christ. You give and serve freely - expecting nothing in return. But then an amazing thing happens - through this experience it is YOU who are blessed! OUR GOD IS AN AWESOME GOD!
Gave me an opportunity to listen to God
"Attending a Pilgrimage weekend gave me an opportunity to listen to God; an opportunity to have an open heart and mind. It was inspiring to have God reveal to me where He had been guiding me and where He planned for us (He and I) to go in the future. If you are going to live a purpose driven life, you better know what the purpose is."
(MPP having been a guest at North Carolina Pilgrimage #56)
And we had fun...
It's like a retreat, but it is not a retreat. It was a short course in Chrisitanity. And we had fun!
A life changing experience
MPP is a life changing experience...through the power of God the MPP team lead me back to the hand of Jesus Christ who walks with me daily and guides my path.
The Pilgrimage experience continues to resonate in my life
"The care provided by the team was a deeply touching demonstration of how Grace flows into our lives. I also experienced how prayer can be answered in unexpected ways at unexpected times and in unexpected places. The Pilgrimage experience continues to resonate in my life."
I didn't realize I was part of God's plan
"I have been a Christian since I was eleven. But until I attended a Pilgrimage weekend, I didn't realize I was part of God's plan - me personally."
Gayle Davidson, NCPP #34
I left renewed....
Pilgrimge rescued me from a spiral of depression brought on by my personal problems; I left renewed with the conviction that God still has great plans for me.
Receiving a Gift That I Could Not Keep to Myself
In February of 2005, I was given the incredible gift of being able to attend Pilgrimage in North Carolina: NCPP #62. ... Whenever we have been given such a gift, we cannot but want others to experience Pilgrimage. To do so has involved...
Pastor Roger Grandia