This Sunday, Nov. 11 we will be honoring all veterans with a special service, luncheon & gifts. Join us as a Vietnam Veteran will be sharing his powerful testimony, on how Jesus Christ saved him, healed him & delivered him from all of his pain, nightmares, depression & despair!
Invite a friend and share the miracle!
Do you need a fresh breath from the Lord? Does your spirit need reviving? Could you use more wind in your sail? Do you need more energy to run your race? Don’t quit or give up! Join us this Sunday as we experience the move of the Holy Spirit in our midst.
Children’s lesson & craft every Sunday!
The disciples sitting in the upper room at the last supper knew exactly what Jesus meant when He said that He was the “True Vine”! They understood the symbolism of the vine, the branches & producing fruit. They were longing for the fulfillment of the prophecies concerning “the Branch”. They were waiting for the day when Jehovah would replant His Vineyard! Join us this Sunday as we rethink this well know parable in the Gospel of John chapter 15!
Children are loved! Their craft & lesson is always inspiring!
Your KING is coming…!
We all have a king in our lives. Someone (or something) that reigns supreme, and governs our thoughts, motivations & actions. The Lord God, Creator of the universe wanted to be KING of the nation of Israel. However, they wanted to be like all of the other people and have a man as king. Therefore, they rejected Him & His sovereignty. God answered their prayers and appointed a man to rule over them.
In God’s providence, He has know become the mediator between God & man, the Man Christ Jesus, the KING!
In His sovereignty, God still allows each of us to determine whoever or whatever will reign in our life.
Join us tomorrow on “Palm Sunday” @ 10 am, as we understand who this “Coming KING is!
In 1 Cor.13:4-8 the Apostle Paul lays out 16 points to help us determine what God’s love is and what His Agape love is not. Half of these characteristics help us define what this God-kind of love looks like in our lives, and half of them help us determine what this love does not look like in our relationships.
Join us this Sunday (3/11) as we continue to pursue this Agape Love of God and allow the Holy Spirit to mature His Love in us. As we do, God’s love will be manifest in everything that we do, everything that we say and in every relationship that we have.
This Sunday we will continue our teaching on “Love is… Love is not…” I plan on talking about how “Love is not provoked (touchy, fretful or resentful)!”
Also, this Sunday is Daylight Saving Time starts, so remember to set your clocks one hour ahead before you go to bed on Saturday night!!!
We have all heard the expression, “He loves me, He loves me not…”! We can all rest assured that the LORD always, unconditionally, irrevocably loves us. The Greek word Agape is used by the writers of Scripture to convey the concept of how much God loves us. Agape is the very nature of God and is a Love that is not based on emotion, feelings, or sentiment, but solely on an act of God’s will. Agape is an unconditional love given freely to all without any thought of reciprocation, nor with any strings attached to it. It is sacrificial love personified in the Lord Jesus Christ.
As a child of God, you have this Agape love inside of you.
In 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 the Apostle Paul lays out 15 points to help us determine what God’s love is and what it is not. He penned this well-known portion of Scripture not to be read at weddings, but to the most problematic and immature church that he had established.
Join us this Sunday (2/18) as we allow the Holy Spirit to mature His Love in us, so that this God-kind of love will be manifest in everything that we do, everything that we say and in every relationship that we have.
Join us this Sunday (2/4) at 10 am as we celebrate Super Cup (Communion) Sunday. We will see from Scripture how Jesus partook of the Cup of God’s Wrath, so that we can enjoy the cup of His New Covenant. All are invited and welcome to attend. Children’s Church is also available!
Fasting for Break Through (Part II)
Jesus said that sometimes in life we do not get the results that we desire unless we attack the situation through prayer & fasting. Join us this Sunday (1/28 @ 10 am) if you need a breakthrough in any area of your life or if you are praying for someone else to receive what God has for them, as we learn from Scripture what are the benefits of prayer & fasting. This is the fifth point on “Turning New Year’s Resolutions into New You Realities”! (Philippians 3:12-15).
We started the month of January with 3 nights of fasting & prayer. I invite you to join us on Mon. (1/29) through Wed. (1//31) from 6 pm until to end this month in fasting & prayer.
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