Our world is a mess right now. Everywhere we turn we see warfare, violence, and discord. It can be painful to look, and painful to live. In times like this it is easy for people to either latch onto absurd conspiracies or bury their heads in the sand. Neither approach is very helpful. This week’s...
The Christmas season can be a wonderful time of year, but it can also be sad and melancholy. If this Christmas season is difficult for you, or if you struggle to understand how it can be so for others, then listen to this week’s midweek devotion. In it, Pastor Barnes shares the frank example of...
Please join us for worship, and listen to Pastor Keith Butler as he shares a message about mental health based on the story of Elijah (1Kings 19). An order of service with announcements may be found here.
No matter how joyous the season is supposed to be, sometimes we battle with our own negative thoughts . Pastor Keith Butler reminds us to keep fighting those thoughts.
For many people, it has been challenging to find peace in 2020. But what does peace look like? Molly Holloway shares some thoughts on finding peace in Christ, no matter the situation.
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.
Please join us for worship and listen to Pastor Robert Barnes and Pastor Keith Butler talk about how the value of perseverance in challenging times.
We are in a stormy season — both literally and figuratively. Children’s Director Shirletta Butler offers encouragement, reminding us that God is with us through every storm.
Children’s Director Shirletta Butler reminds us that as we wait on the Lord, we must not allow ourselves to be weighed down by all the concerns and problems around us.
Speaker: Administrative Assistant Molly Holloway Devotion for May 26, 2020