“So You Are Unappreciated” – June 5th, 2019

“So You Are Unappreciated” – June 5th, 2019

Dear Church Family, Webster defines “ appreciation” in this way. Appreciation is “to perceive  the nature and quality of something / to enjoy intelligently/ to be grateful for.” Who would not want to be appreciated? Sadly, we don’t always receive the appreciation that we deserve and properly expect. How we respond to a lack of appreciation is crucial to our spiritual and emotional health. On Sunday we will be looking at 2 Corinthians 12:11-13. The message title is “So You Are Unappreciated.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are I Corinthians 3:5-7, I Timothy 1:12-13, and Hebrews 2:3-4. I am looking forward to our time together on Sunday morning. May you know that you are appreciated this day by the Lord and those who love you the most. God bless you and have a wonderful day! In His Matchless Grace, Pastor...

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“Experiencing the Power of Christ” – May 29th, 2019

“Experiencing the Power of Christ” – May 29th, 2019

Dear Church Family, All followers of the Lord want to experience His power in their lives. It may be the power to overcome temptation, the power to hang in there at a job, or the power to see changes in a loves one’s life. The power of Christ is desired for these and so many other situations in life. On Sunday morning we will be looking at one of the most helpful passages in the New Testament. Our text is 2 Corinthians 12:7-10. The title of the message is, “Experiencing the Power of Christ.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are I Corinthians 2:3-5, 2 Corinthians 13:4, and Philippians 3:10. I am very much looking forward to sharing this message with you on Sunday. We also will celebrate our graduates from high school. It should be a great day! Until Sunday, may you experience the power in Christ to live for Him. In His Matchless Grace, Pastor...

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“Supernatural Experiences” – May 23rd, 2019

“Supernatural Experiences” – May 23rd, 2019

Dear Church Family, In John 5:17 Jesus says, “My Father has been working until now, and I have been working.” The triune God is always at work. That is a comfort since Their work is always good. When can a work of God be classified as a miracle or supernatural? On Sunday we will be looking at 2 Corinthians 12:1-4. The message title is “Supernatural Experiences.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are Ezekiel 3:11-15, Ezekiel 43:4-5, and Revelation 10:1-4. I trust that you will enjoy our time in God’s Word on Sunday. We also have a moving memorial day video to enjoy as well. God bless you as you walk with the Lord Jesus! Because of Him, Pastor...

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“The Marks of a Minister” – May 15th, 2019

“The Marks of a Minister” – May 15th, 2019

Dear Church Family, Isn’t it wonderful to know what you are looking for in a doctor, a lawyer, a mechanic, a spouse, or any number of any other things? I certainly feel better about my quest when I know the marks of a person that will admirably fulfill that given role. On Sunday we will be examining 2 Corinthians 11:23-29. The message title is “The Marks of a Minister.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are Numbers 11:11-15, Psalm 78:70-72, and I Corinthians 4:8-13. The marks that Paul mentions are not all inclusive, but they are critical. I hope to see you on Sunday. May you enjoy the beautiful weather that is on the way. God bless you and keep yourself close to Jesus! Because of Jesus, Pastor...

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“The Family that Serves the Lord” – May 8th, 2019

“The Family that Serves the Lord” – May 8th, 2019

Dear Church Family, “Something for everyone” is a slogan that many companies utilize in order to heighten interest in their products or services. It is difficult to fulfill, but that doesn’t prevent a company from making that promise. I would like to make that promise for Sunday’s Mother Day message. Although it is especially for mothers, I believe that Sunday’s message has something for everyone. The title of the message is “The Family that Serves the Lord.” Our text is Joshua 24:13-15. Other verses that will prepare you for our exposition of this wonderful passage are Ezekiel 14:1-5, I Samuel 12:19-23, and Deuteronomy 8:11-14. I am excited about our time together as we worship the King and honor our dear mothers and caregivers. On Saturday we will bless our community with a Mother’s Day car wash from 10:00 to 1:00. Please pray for this outreach. Until Sunday, may you enjoy your love relationship with Jesus! Because of Him, Pastor...

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“Helping Others Receive the Truth” – May 2nd, 2019

“Helping Others Receive the Truth” – May 2nd, 2019

Dear Church Family, One of the challenges and potentially frustrating aspects of life is to attempt to help someone else receive and embrace the truth. It may be a truth from God’s Word or possibly a truth about themselves or circumstances surrounding the person. In any event, helping someone see and accept the truth is not an easy task. On Sunday morning we will be looking at 2 Corinthians 11:16-21. The sermon title is “Helping Others Receive the Truth.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are I Corinthians 10:24, Galatians 4:8-10, and I Corinthians 2:3. I am looking forward to sharing with you the wisdom of God’s Word on Sunday. Don’t forget the Ladies Friendship Luncheon on Sunday at 12:30. It should be a great time and a great day. Until then, God bless you and stay close to Jesus! In His Matchless grace, Pastor...

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