Please join us for worship and hear Pastor Robert Barnes share a message challenging us to look seriously about how we live, and what Jesus might call us to do when we follow Him wholeheartedly.
In just a few short weeks America will be choosing their next round of leaders, and as everyone knows our country is angry and divided. If you sometimes feel your blood pressure rising in ways that go beyond medical science’s ability to control, then why not invest 10 minutes of your life on this little...
2020 is the year that has turned all our lives upside down. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that God is greater than the things that pull us down or turn us upside down.
This morning’s message is a challenge to the church to choose the “Road Less Taken” and follow Christ in ways that truly matter. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes
On this rainy Friday, Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that no matter the situation, we can always hear God’s creation and know that He is still working.
The COVID-19 crisis has added stress to many of our lives. If you find yourself frustrated and even angry by the way your daily life has been affected then consider investing 13 minutes of your time in today’s devotion. It will let you know that you are not alone and suggest some productive ways of...
Here is today’s devotional thought from Pastor Keith Butler: I guess I talk so much sometimes I just want to worship in song. Here is a song that refreshes our soul seeking after Christ.
Please join us for worship and listen to a message about the Great Commission. Speaker: Pastor Keith Butler https://youtu.be/UyVJZpTj73g
On Sunday Pastor Keith Butler will be preaching about the Great Commission, and at the 9:00 am service we’ll be singing the chorus to this song, “Each One Reach One”. It is a great reminder that while the call to tell all the world about Jesus can seem overwhelming, if each of us reaches even...
2020 has been a year to forget; a year that has made us ill on many different levels. As we begin the final lap of this race that can’t end soon enough, Pastor Robert Barnes offers some honest thoughts about facing our challenges as human beings, as Christians and as a church.