We offer classes, workshops, retreats and mentoring opportunities designed to help you experience the rewarding family life that God designed for you. Johnson Ferry desires to have the reputation of being a church committed to building up the families in our community. We invite you to join us!
HomeLife Center - Serving Opportunity
HomeLife Center is open! Visit us on the second floor of the Atrium near the grand staircase or visit our virtual center by clicking on the icon to the right.
HomeLife Center - HLC exists to make it as easy as possible for families to become intentional about building strong homes. Families are invited to stop by and take advantage of life-stage appropriate programs and resources. If you are interested in serving as a HomeLife Host please click here. Or visit our virtual kiosk by clicking on the HLC icon to the right!
Couples Mission Trip - Dominican Republic
Mission Trip Dates: October 26-30, 2013
Would you like to serve with your spouse on a mission trip? Do you have a teen who has experienced the DR on a Spring Break mission trip and thought, "Wow! I'd like to do that!" Join this short-term trip for 3 days of ministry opportunities such as food distribution, light construction, orphanage visitation and door-to-door ministry. Grow closer to the Lord and your spouse! Come serve together!
Financial Peace University
New Class starting in the fall
FPU had a facelift! Dave Ramsey's new 9-week study is periodically offered. This biblically based finance class teaches financial responsibility and encourages positive behavior with accountability and support. Class is $89/kit (a couple can share a kit).
Marriage Prep Workshop
May 17 & 18 August 2 & 3 October 18 &19
Our Marriage Prep Workshop for engaged couples is a great way to help you prepare for the lifetime journey of being married. We will help you understand what makes marriages last and how to have a wonderfully fulfilling relationship! The workshop is required of all couples being married at JFBC.
We have a desire to care for children in need. God has a particular concern for the fatherless and commands his people to have this concern as well. God refers to himself as "Father to the fatherless." (Ps. 8:5). Think about that. What is God like? James 1:27 urges us to practice true religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father by visiting orphans in their affliction. This word "visit" is the same root word from which we get our word "pastor". James says we should shepherd the orphan. Through adoption and foster care, God can provide the gift of children to caring families and a home to a child in need.
If you are considering adoption or foster care, please visit our Facebook page or contact Jim Watterson at Jim.firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-795-3222.
For more information on foster care parent or respite care training dates please visit www.bethany.org/atlanta/information-meetings
New Class Starting in the Fall
Whether your marriage needs to be reignited or is in need of complete resurrection, Re-Engage is a safe place for couples to move toward oneness through stories of grace, teaching and small groups.