Robert Nettles

Wisconson, Calvary Racine

"It is inspiring how God worked everything out," said Nettles, who also served as assistant pastor at Calvary Chapel Milwaukee before coming to Racine. "The way things unfolded was really incredible."

Compared to Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, which today boasts about 30,000 followers, Calvary Chapel Racine is a small fellowship of about 40 people, plus children, "on a good Sunday," according to Nettles.

"We are not a large church, but we are strong and growing stronger," he said. "Our emphasis is not on the building we are in or on a certain program, but on teaching God's word and seeing people grow in God's grace."

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