공동체 소식

No coincident but providence



My name is Nano(Yermonya) Khachatryan. I am Armenian, born and grow up in the city Yerevan. I moved with my daughter to US in 1999.

Growing up as a Christian, I always went to church, talking about God and praying. But about ten years ago, I got to know Christ and wanted to be in a real relationship with God. I understood what it meant to live as a believer. Since then I felt His grace and mercy on my family’s lives. Being a single mother and raising a daughter far away from extended family was very hard. But I understand that there is no coincident, everything happens for a reason.

My coworker Hannah Chae introduced ICCC to me. In the beginning I was going through some problems and seeking God everywhere. One Friday evening, I told Hannah that I would love to go with her to worship even though she told me that all going to be in Korean. I got to know how humble Koreans at ICCC are. I felt very welcomed and even made some very good friends. ICCC was the church which I was praying for because I was spiritual fulfilled.

Being Christian is a very hard journey with many spiritual warfare, but God is great. He is always with us, protect us, and never give us more that we can’t handle. I hope grow in Christ at ICCC.