THE LITTLE RED
71-1521 Hawaii Belt Rd
Kailua Kona HI
The Little Red Church is a community from near and far, young and old, with the common bond of Jesus Christ.
NELSON AND ANN SOPHIE NYMAN
Nelson was born and raised in Chicago and Ann Sophie grew up in Germany. They met while serving together at Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in Kailua Kona.
They have a heart for the Big Island of Hawaii and love discipling young people as they discover their calling.
Do you want to catch up on last Sundays sermon? Or perhaps you are looking for a sermon preached on a particular topic or a particular Sunday.
You’ll find all the sermons preached at Pu’uanahulu Baptist Church over the last few years in chronological order in our sermons archive. We have had numerous speakers during this period and you will find all their sermons also.
You can search for sermons based on Preacher, Series, Topic and the books of the Bible. So, please go forth and feast upon God’s Word as it was preached at the Little Red Church.
OUR BACKGROUND AND VISION
A land of cliffs famous for its many hills, Pu’uanahulu is the name given to the region where the “Little Red Church” currently sits. The original site of the Church was abandoned at the approach of an active lava flow and the Church building was actually moved.
The current site at Pu’uanahulu is evenly situated between the towns of Kailua Kona and Waimea on the beautiful Big Island of Hawaii. This small but beautiful house of God serves as a beacon of light, prayer and worship as unique as each individual who gathers there.
The mission of the Pu’uanahulu Baptist Church is to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ through fellowship, prayer, preaching, and outreach.
OUR BELIEFS AND VALUES
We believe that there is no other name but Jesus Christ by which people can be made right with God.
We believe that ‘All Scripture (the Bible) is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness.’ (2 Timothy 3:16)
We believe that ’…the prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective’ (James 5:16) and that God hears and answers prayer.
We believe in ‘Aloha’ as a value – one of unconditional love. Aloha is the receiving and outpouring of the Spirit.
We value ‘Ohana’, those who are family, and those we choose to call family. We value ‘Lokahi’, the art of collaboration, harmony and unity.
We believe each person has a unique contribution to our worship and fellowship.
We value caring for the community that our church calls home.