Pastor Robert Barnes’ final sermon at Mount Oak included a charge to men (and women) to live with integrity, be true to our word, lead with bravery, and be willing to follow as needed. An order of service with sermon notes and announcements may be found here.
Please join us for worship and a powerful message. In this world of chaos, Pastor Keith Butler contrasts the concepts of unity and accord. Do you know the difference? An order of service with announcements is available here. Texts: Genesis 11, Acts 1:8, Acts 2:1(KJV).
If you pay attention to the news, America is severely divided along racial and ethnic lines; but when we talk to our neighbors, few people really want that. The question of the day is, “What can we do to make things better?” As followers of Jesus Christ we are called to be light in a...
Normally, my Wednesday devotion for this week of Advent would be about “Joy”, but today I would like to share a message about not letting politics rob us of either our capacity to love or our Biblical perspective. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes
On September 11, 2001, heroes rushed in to help and care for people regardless of race or politics or any other distinction. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that we are called to do the same.
Worship Leader Asheley Clark shares about the beauty of coming together as the body of Christ in worship. The Love AACO worship collaboration song “Way Maker” can be found here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=c5CxWNR0W8Q&feature=youtu.be.
Our devotion today is this word from Pastor Keith Butler: As we see such divided times in our world let us remember the words of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We must come together in Christ or we will all crumble under the weight of division.
In a time when there is so much that divides us, Pastor Keith Butler reminds us to focus on what we all have in common — Jesus died for each and every one of us.