Many of us don’t think we have “enemies”, but we all have people with whom we are in conflict or who we just don’t like. Pastor Keith Butler challenges us to behave with love toward everyone, and gives some practical tips on how to change both our behavior and our thoughts. An order of service...
Please join us for worship and a message about loving your enemies. An order of worship with announcements may be found here. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes
Today’s devotion is a message from Pastor Keith Butler: Greetings. As we are in the month of February there are so many things being celebrated. As Valentine’s Day approaches and people search for symbols of Love, let us not forget the greatest symbol of Love.
Christmas at its heart is about love. Children’s Director Shirletta Butler reminds us that God’s love is greater than any challenges we’re facing.
On this fourth Sunday of Advent, please join us for worship and to hear a powerful message about love. Speakers: Worship Leader Asheley Clark, Pastor Keith Butler, and Pastor Robert Barnes
Good morning. For our devotion today, Pastor Keith Butler offers this song, Reckless Love, as a reminder of how much God loves us.
Many of us know “THAT family” — a family so loving that we want to become better, or a family so much in conflict that we don’t want to be like them. Trina Ferguson challenges us to consider which family we are, both in our homes and in our church.
Speaker: Dorinda Amissah Devotion for May 19, 2020
Speaker: Pastor Keith Butler Text: James 2:1-13