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.
Should we be looking at What Jesus WOULD Do (WWJD), or What Jesus DID Do (WDJD)? Speaker — Pastor Keith Butler
Good morning. For our devotion today, I invite you to listen to one of the songs we’ll be singing at the Saturday evening service, “I Give Myself Away”. Here are the lyrics: I give myself away I give myself away So You can use me Here I am Here I stand Lord my life is...
Please join us for worship and hear Pastor Robert Barnes discuss Hebrews 2:1-18. An order of service with song lyrics and the communion prayers may be found here.
It is important to start well, but it is even more important to end well. Can we say along with the Apostle Paul that we are ready for the Lord to return any time? Speaker: Dorinda Amissah
One of the perennial challenges, for both Christians and the church, is the need to find ways to relate to one another which cut through the prejudices and factions of this fallen world. If you are wrestling with how your Christian witness can better reflect the light of Christ or how your church can better...
A lot of things about our have changed this year, and will not be the same again. As we begin new ways of doing things, remember that when God is there in the beginning, good new creations are possible. Speaker: Pastor Keith Butler
Sometimes it is hard to keep doing what is right, and what the Lord asks of us. Children’s Director Shirletta Butler reminds us not to become weary, because at the proper time the harvest will come.
When life is challenging, it is important to remember who God is. Speaker: Pastor Keith Butler
Come worship with us and hear Pastor Robert Barnes speak from James 5:1-12.