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...
Life is often hard and unfair. But the Gospel brings good news anyway. An order of service with sermon notes and announcements may be found here. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes Text: Luke 1:68-79
The God who made the universe loves us and wants relationship with us. He calls us to himself, and WANTS to hear what we have to say. How awesome is that? “The God who made the winters and the summers The One who put the stars all in their place The only One who...
Good morning. As Anne Wilson looked back over journal entries about a very difficult time in her life, she noticed that she always talked about “MY Jesus”. We at Mount Oak hope that you can talk about YOUR Jesus and what He’s done for you – and if you’d like to learn more, we’d love...
Please join us for worship and a Mother’s Day message from the book of Ruth. An order of service with sermon notes may be found here.
Whatever you are facing today, we invite you to listen to this song, and rest in the fact that God is holding you fast, now and forever.
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.
2020 has been, among other things, a year that disrupts our peace of mind and soul. If this is something you wrestle with then you are invited to invest fifteen minutes of your life in remembering old art and old truth that we need today. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes
As our devotion today, Pastor Keith Butler invites you to listen to this song, “Amazed”. It is a reminder of how great God is in our life. As we all try to push pass the past events in our life it helps to be reminded of how amazing God is.
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.