Please join us for worship this morning and hear a message from Pastor Robert Barnes. An order of service with sermon notes may be found here.
Good morning! Please join us for worship and hear Pastor Keith Butler share a word about prayer from Habakkuk 3:17.
Pastor Robert Barnes continues a sermon series on vision with a discussion about prayer — why it is important, why we generally don’t pray as often or as wholeheartedly as we know we should, and how we can make it a bigger part of our lives.
Whether the issues on your heart are big or small, God wants to hear about it. Speaker: Dorinda Amissah
This year we are seeing (and probably feeling) a fair bit of anger toward our government leaders and authorities, and the candidates for office. What should we do about it? Speaker: Molly Holloway
All of us face ups and downs in our lives. Dorinda Amissah talks about a recent challenge she faced, and the tools the Lord gave her to use.
On Juneteenth we express our thanks for freedom from slavery. Children’s Director Shirletta Butler challenges us to be even more aware of and thankful for our freedom in Christ.
Jesus said “whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” (Mark 11:24). But sometimes we don’t get what we ask for; how do we reconcile that? Speaker: Administrative Assistant Molly Holloway
In these challenging times, prayer is our best refuge and our best weapon. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us to pray for our country, our world, and each other.
Speaker: Linda Barnes Devotion for May 9, 2020