Prayer is the most neglected blessing in the believer’s life. Granted we will pray when we are in great need or when the situation calls for it, but all too few of us cultivate a hidden life with God. If all too often you are running on empty, then listen to today’s brief reflection on...
Life can be hard and these are not easy days to live in. Sometimes it seems as if all we have left is prayer. If you sometimes wonder if God actually does hear your prayers, then here are a few personal words from Pastor Barnes about why he believes God hears us. Hopefully, they can...
On Memorial Day, we remember those who died serving our country. Please take two minutes today to watch this video. Thank God for the people who died for our freedom, and pray for the loved ones left behind.
We all have days when we don’t live up to what we believe. Each day, may this be our prayer: Oh Lord help me be A little more like mercy A little more like grace A little more like kindness, goodness, love, and faith A little more like patience A little more like peace A...
Have you ever felt a sudden burden to interceded for someone, but struggled to find the right words to pray? This beautiful liturgy may help get you started. Speaker: Worship Leader Asheley Clark
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