Though Jesus is the star of the Christmas story, God didn’t send Him in isolation—without a variety of witnesses—but surrounded the Son of God with people of different social statuses, occupations, beliefs and backgrounds. Each person or group played a vital role in the coming of Christ. 

Dana Ginter is one of the youngest members at Southeast Christian Church’s Chapel in the Woods Campus. But age is irrelevant. The seniors who attend services at the campus are among her best friends, and the chapel is “her place.” 

Amber Counasse was 39 and knew nothing about church when she decided to check out the Addictions Support and Recovery Group, which meets Wednesday nights as part of Encounter at Southeast Christian Church’s Elizabethtown Campus.

Though COVID-19 paused international mission trips in March, missions has never stopped. 

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When 400 people gathered for a Southeast Christian Church Livestream Watch Party in Bullitt County last November, the wind of the Holy Spirit seemed to be blowing. About 30% of the crowd had no known ties to Southeast.

Meeting Cheryl Humbert, you wouldn’t peg her as a recovering drug addict, but the 66-year-old grandmother used cocaine on and off for 40 years.