We're here to help one person at a time meet Jesus and walk with him to heaven.
What’s in a name?
You may be asking yourself, “Why do you call yourself ABIDING FAITH?" Though it may seem simple on the surface there is more to it than meets the eye. In this world not much lasts. Our possessions and property crumble away before our eyes. Our own bodies fall apart around us. Nothing in this world lasts. But what we believe lasts. What God teaches in his Word doesn't grow old or crumble. It lasts. It abides forever.
ABIDING FAITH is not just a name. This is what we have. We have an abiding faith, an enduring faith, that was handed down to us by God God himself in the Bible. ABIDING FAITH is what we have. ABIDING FAITH is God's legacy that will last forever. This is what we have and this is what we want to share. We want to pass the legacy of God in the Bible.
We exist to help people meet Jesus and walk with him to heaven.
Life is hard. Sin creates havoc and trouble in our lives and even in our own hearts. We want to velcro people to the things that will help them through whatever curveballs that life throws. We want to connect them to Jesus, who is the Savior from all sin and evil. We want to velcro them to God's Word which is the source of guidance and support in life's storms. We want to connect them to God's people who will walk side by side with them through those storms.
We’re focusing on people meeting people and helping them meet Jesus and walk with him to heaven. Less programs, more relationships. Less programs, more meeting and serving people wherever they're at.
We'd love you to do all of life, including faith, together with us. Let's walk this road to heaven together.
Nate Bourman has been the pastor at Abiding Faith since 2004. He is eager to walk with you to help you meet Jesus and walk with him to heaven.
Abiding Faith is one of many congregations that belong to the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). As part of this larger organization, we support each other by sharing in the work, sending support and volunteers as each congregation has the ability. For more information visit wels.net.