Our Members

As of the end of 2021, the people who are formally committed to the family of God for His mission at Redemption Point are:

  1. Parker Bell
  2. Daniel Dam
  3. Teresa Dinh
  4. Kimberly Do
  5. Don Donahue
  6. Amy Duong
  7. Huy Ha
  8. & Thanh Ha
  9. Roselyne Hanifa
  10. Bumble Ho
  11. & Jenney Ho
  12. Timmy Ho
  13. Steve Hoang
  14. & Niki Hoang
  15. Downey Huynh
  16. David Jorgenson
  17. & Phala Jorgensen
  18. Eric
  19. & Cyndi Lam
  20. Tiffany Lam
  21. Dimitri Lam
  22. Bao Le
  23. Buu (Daniel) Le
  24. & Ai Le
  25. Daniel Steven Le
  26. Desiree Le
  27. Joe Le
  28. & Regine Le
  29. Sam Le
  30. Charles Lee
  31. & Hoa Lee
  32. Khuong
  33. & Kelli Lee
  34. Daniel Lieu
  35. & newly wedded Monica Lieu
  36. Nhieu Ly
  37. & Becky Ly
  38. Jennifer Ly
  39. Cody Newsome
  40. Christine Ngo
  41. John Nguyen
  42. Calvin Nguyen
  43. & Daisie Nguyen
  44. Charlie Nguyen
  45. & Teri Nguyen
  46. Crystal Nguyen
  47. Diana Nguyen
  48. Louise Nguyen
  49. Irwin Pamatmat
  50. & Karan Pamatmat
  51. Duy Pham
  52. & Thao Pham
  53. Hai Pham
  54. & Kathy Pham
  55. Clara Pham
  56. Noelle Pham
  57. Tan Pham
  58. & Juliana Pham
  59. Jerry Phan
  60. MSD Phan
  61. Thu Huong Quach
  62. Troy Quach
  63. Gary Robinson
  64. & Chelsea Robinson
  65. Mike Shi
  66. Kevin Tang
  67. & Dao Tang
  68. Jocelyn Tran
  69. Nathan Tran
  70. & Hanie Tran
  71. Jeff Truong
  72. Tom Truong
  73. & Linda Truong
  74. Tu Truong
  75. Tuan Van
  76. & Diep-Phi Van
  77. Bao-My Van
  78. Brian Vo
  79. & Virginia Vo
  80. Amber Vu
  81. Lucky Wardell
  82. Kristina White
  83. Mike Yin
  84. & Han Yin

*Names in bold denoted new members while names in italic denoted members who have not renewed the covenant membership form in the last two years.

Redemption Point Membership Covenant

A covenant is a promise by which we obligate ourselves to one another in such a way that the obligation of one party is not dependent on the faithfulness of the other (Ezek. 20:44; 36:22; Ps. 76:11; Hos. 2:19-20; 3:1; 2 Tim. 2:13). Church membership covenant is a vehicle for believers to openly express their commitment, not to an institution, but to the fellow believers with whom they have chosen to join in worship, fellowship, and service. Church membership also expresses the believers’ commitment to God’s authority as expressed through the church’s leadership (Hebrews 13:7, 17).

Being a member of Redemption Point is really about being part of a family. All members are disciples of Jesus, unified by their identity in Christ and having the same statement of faith. This unity is expressed in the way we are captivated by the love of God, growing together in His Spirit, and serving/sharing the Gospel of Jesus in the same local church structure.  Members who enter into a covenant with Redemption Point are called to a partnership with other members in responsibility and service.  At the same time, the church leaders (elders and deacons) are covenanted to assist members first and foremost, to love and lead, provide counsel and aid, and pray for, teach, and guide them.

As members of Redemption Point, we covenant with one another to follow our Lord’s commands[1]

Help one another grow toward Christian maturity by bearing one another’s burdens, encouraging one another, exhorting one another, praying for one another, confessing our sins to one another, speaking the truth in love to one another, admonishing one another, building up one another, teaching one another, comforting one another, submitting to one another, serving one another, patiently bearing with one another, being hospitable to one another, greeting one another, living in peace with one another, regarding one another as more important than ourselves, caring for one another, exercising our spiritual gifts to serve one another, being kind and tenderhearted to one another, being devoted to one another, accepting one another, forgiving one another, loving one another.

We invite fellow members to pray for us, teach us, correct us, or rebuke us if necessary; in a spirit of gentleness and humility should we stray from our Lord’s commands, because the thing we desire most in life is to serve Christ.  We voluntarily submit ourselves to one another and to the discipline of the church.  Such discipline will always be for the loving purpose of restoration – restoration to fellowship with God and with the covenant community – and it will always be done in accordance with Scripture, especially Matthew 18.  Finally, we accept the responsibility to notify Redemption Point’s leadership if at any time we can no longer commit to this covenant, or if we have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding Redemption Point church.

[1] Galatians 6:2; I Thessalonians 5:11; Hebrews 10:24-25; James 5:16; Ephesians 4:15, 25; Colossians 3:16; I Thessalonians 4:18; Ephesians 5:21; Galatians 5:13; Colossians 3:13; I Peter 4:9; Romans 16:16; I Thessalonians 5:13; Philippians 2:3; I Peter 4:10; Ephesians 4:32; Romans 12:10; Romans 15:7; John 13:34; Mark 3:34-35, and more