In a culture focused on gathering “followers”, Children’s Dierctor Shirletta Butler that it’s most important for us to follow Jesus.
These days people often feel one of two basic types of “spiritual needs”. Some people hunger to hear a word of hope that will help them to forget everything that is going on in the world and focus on Christ. Other people need words that challenge and provide direction for facing the demonic forces that...
Many people make New Year’s resolutions, and then quickly give up after early failures. Molly Holloway reminds us that we serve a God who will help us start again as often as needed.
Please join us in worship this morning and hear Pastor Keith Butler share a powerful message for the new year.
The year 2020 has been a difficult time for people in America and all around the world. As a result, people everywhere are looking to 2021 with a mixture of hope and fear. So how should we approach this coming year as Christians? To find the answer, consider turning to an Old Testament man of...
We know we should be joyful at Christmas, but sometimes we just aren’t feeling it. Molly Holloway reminds us that rejoicing in all circumstances is not only possible but commanded, and offers some practical ways to find it.
No matter how joyous the season is supposed to be, sometimes we battle with our own negative thoughts . Pastor Keith Butler reminds us to keep fighting those thoughts.
Children’s Director Shirletta Butler reminds us that Jesus gives u peace as a a gift, and we can rest in that peace even during this busy season. (John 14:27)
Life can be messy and painful. Whether the problems in our lives are due to our own behavior, someone else’s behavior, or things that just happen around us, Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that Jesus came to make all things new.
This December, so many of us are looking for hope as we prepare to celebrate Christmas and anticipate the coming of a new year. As you take your own private journey towards Bethlehem, you are invited to pause for a few moments and listen to this brief message about where our truest hope can be...