On this day we honor and celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King. I’m grateful for his challenge to the church to speak out and act against racial prejudice and racism that sadly still exists today. Pastor Don challenged our congregation in last year’s Gospel and Race teaching series ...
If you are a parent, summers can be hard. More down time and more time together as a family...but how will you spend your time? How can you be purposeful in creating traditions and sharing your faith with your children in a way that will make your family stronger and their hope in Christ grow? Listen ...
I knew the Lord was speaking to me when every time I opened the Bible the word “water” was staring me in the face. This happened after I began praying and seeking answers from God when my very athletic and healthy mother began experiencing strange health symptoms. After much research, I ...
Greetings, my brothers and sisters. Happy Martin Luther King Day. A lesson from black history. After Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery, he became a national leader of the abolitionist movement, gaining notoriety for his oratory and incisive antislavery writings. On July 5, 1852, he delivered ...
Let every heart prepare Him room! This is an open invitation to all who want to join our Christmas Choir to sing Sunday morning December 4. No application or notice required; only show up to the rehearsals ready to sing! Please be prepared to attend all rehearsals. ...