Impact Church of the Nazerene will soon be without its leader.
Founder and Sr. Pastor Michael L. McCants confirmed this week that he will resign from his position effective June 30.
McCants and his wife, Hope, will relocate to Atlanta so they can take a ministry assignment as the new pastors of the historical East Point Church of the Nazarene.
“Although I never dreamed or planned to ever leave the church I founded known as ‘Impact,’ I know it is the will of God that we accept this new assignment,” McCants said. “Although it hurts, I must obey God. I am excited, honored and humbled that God and our church officials have chosen us to lead such a historical church with a rich heritage.
“God has big plans in East Point, and I am humbled to lead the way. It’s our goal to persevere the legacy and ministry of the Husbands’ while moving forward with the sequel of the church’s story. There is another book. Keep us in your prayers as we endeavor to obey God and lead Gods people.”
Source: South Carolina Now