Support for Women Seeking Discipleship and healing


Why ONC?

In April 2016, sorrow rocked us at SFC when a mother’s life was tradgically lost, Molly Nikal. Molly's husband was accused of the unthinkable and the resulting tragedy left three children without their parents.  Molly and her husband attended a church where many SFC friends called home.  It left us wondering how do two lives who pledged to journey with each other end so broken?

More importantly it compelled us at SFC to ask the question how do we reach out to women on eqaul footing providing a model for discipleship that resonated with that which is uniquely female? The result was "Of Noble Character."  We hope this resource will touch the hearts of the females amongst us, and equip them, whether they be current, former or potential spouses or Christian women simply trying to follow as disciples of Jesus, leading, minsitering and impacting those around them.

Haven - Glasgow, Scotland


We met Haven in April 2018 when we were privileged to accompany her father Steve Shank Pastor, of City On The Hill Church in Boulder, on a short mission to Scotland. It only took five minutes of talking and you knew God had put us in contact with a 21st century warrior for Christ. Haven is a full time missionary being used by God to change the legacy for the people and nation of Scotland.  You can learn more about her ministry impact buy following her blog.  We hope you might consider supporting her too!  "Find people who will encourage you and at times, drag you along...But don't stay stuck!" Haven, Check out Haven here 

WOMENS BLOG CENTER - Enjoy some of the work of our Sisters in Christ who help make SFC work and brand it as special!  Their input an expereince spans three different continents penetrating all the ministires in the Church to reach their friends and families, their communities and nations and the whole world for Christ!  GO TO BLOGS

THE DRAGON FLY PEOPLE - Christie Hitchcock A few years ago, on a bright beautiful sunny day, I was putzing around in my front yard when I was suddenly distracted by a strange vibration coming from behind. Turning around, I followed a deep pulsing sound to the base of a tree in our front yard, only to spy a curious sight:  It was a dragonfly, face down in the grass, with the length of its body curled over onto its back, giving it the resemblance of a scorpion’s tail. Clearly this creature was in distress. It looked to be writhing in pain. 

Inching ever closer, I was drawn in by its beauty. I had never seen anything like this before:  a vibrant ice blue dragonfly with black and brown markings. I stared at it for a while, but once I had gotten my fill of gawking at this tormented creature, I stood up to walk away, fully intending to quickly dismiss this disturbing sight. All of a sudden, the Holy Spirit said, “Help it.”To Continue click here