Sarah Wimberly

Feeling alone and unwanted, Sara left her comfort zone and entered gospel-centered community, where God showed her that she was accepted into something so much greater than she had ever known.

Topics: Community | The Gospel | Salvation

Growing up, Sarah felt alone and unwanted. While working at a restaurant, a co-worker pursued genuine friendship with Sarah. After several invitations to church, Sarah found herself walking through Steps at The Village, where she left her comfort zone and entered gospel-centered community. Through these new relationships, God revealed to Sarah that she was accepted into something so much greater than she had ever known.

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