As many of you know by now, The Lord has instructed Dewayne and I to be a part of a Mission of building two Campuses, "Mahanaim" for Him.  The Campuses will have many forms of Ministry, Discipleship, Training, Services from within and Services going out.  On the Campuses will also be a Church on each one.  The Churches are called The Word of Life.  We would like to extend to you an invitation.
An Invitation To Pray And Seek The Lord If You Are To Be A Part Of This Mission.

There are many areas to be utilized in.  Of course, praying and interceding, covering us and the Mission in prayer is vital.  There are also areas of Building, Construction, Ministering, Praise and Worship, Music, Serving, Membership/Serving in the Local Church Body, Discipleship, Media, TV Ministry, Funding and Giving and so many more!
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We ask you to seriously ask The Lord if you are called to this Mission.  Seek Him about this opportunity and see what He would have you to do.  This is His Project and we want to have it His Way, His Timing with His People that He chooses.  With all the decisions and discussions we have you will hear Dewayne and I saying, "It's His Decision." 
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We're praying for you and bless you as you seek The Master to see if your heart and your destiny are tied to this Mission!
- Dewayne and Jamie
JCM partnered with Convoy of Hope in Disaster Relief Efforts from Hurricane Florence.
Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches and disaster response.

Consistently among the first to respond to disasters throughout the world. They are highly regarded for their scalable distribution model, Disaster Response teams, six international warehouses and Mobile Command Center.

Each year — in dozens of communities throughout the nation — guests of honor receive free groceries, health and dental screenings, haircuts, family portraits, hot meals, job-placement assistance and much more at their signature events.
You may check out their website at
JCM also Partnered with Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington, NC for the Disaster Relief Efforts for Hurricane Florence.
The mission of Good Shepherd Center is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, and foster transition to housing.

Established in 1983 as a modest Soup Kitchen, Good Shepherd has grown to become the largest provider of homeless services in the region. Current programs include the Soup Kitchen which serves over 89,000 meals a year; Second Helpings food salvage and distribution program; Sgt. Eugene Ashley Center providing transitional and permanent supportive housing for Veterans and men with disabilities; a Day Shelter providing the homeless with access to showers, clothing, transportation, and on-site mental health and health services; and a Night Shelter with 118 beds for homeless men, women, and families with children.  Good Shepherd recently opened SECU Lakeside Reserve, an affordable housing unit with 16 apartments for chronically homeless adults with disabilities, including seniors and Veterans.  Plans are underway to continue construction on an additional 24 units.

A hot meal. A warm bed. A return path to housing.

You may check out their website at: