Monday Nights with Ground 40 Ministries

Every first Monday of the month, a meal and worship takes place at The Moser Group maintenance facility, hosted by Dennis Moser. These evenings are more than just dinners; they are moments where individuals from the Ground 40 Ministry come together to experience the transformative power of God’s love in a tangible way.

The evening begins with the Ground 40 guys gathering for a shared meal. This time of fellowship not only nourishes the body but also strengthens the bonds of brotherhood among the attendees. It sets the stage for an atmosphere of warmth and camaraderie that permeates throughout the night.

Following the meal, the atmosphere shifts as live music fills the room, courtesy of the Rebecca Burke from First Baptist Church of Indian Trail. Her soulful melodies create a backdrop of worship and reflection, setting the tone for the spiritual journey that unfolds next.

Central to the evening is a guest speaker who shares a testimonial of faith, community, and the transformative power of God’s love. These testimonials are personal narratives of how individuals have encountered God’s grace and experienced profound changes in their lives. Whether it’s overcoming challenges, finding purpose, or deepening relationships, each story serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration to everyone present.

The impact of Monday nights extends beyond the walls of the meeting place. It impacts the lives of attendees, empowering them to live out their faith more vibrantly and to build stronger connections with themselves and others. The stories shared resonate deeply, encouraging others to reflect on their own journeys and seek God’s presence in their lives.

Whether you’ve been a part of this community for years or are new to the area, we encourage you to visit the Ground 40 website to read about how this organization helps men transition back into the community from homelessness, addiction, and incarceration.

If you would like to learn more about Ground 40 and their founder, Wesley Keziah, please listen to the podcast linked below by Mackenzie Moser.

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