If you are trying to make sense of how God calls us to live sanely in a world that has gone mad, then take a few moments to consider something that each of us wants for ourselves, but sometimes forgets to give to others. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes
Whether the issues on your heart are big or small, God wants to hear about it. Speaker: Dorinda Amissah
Pastor Keith Butler offers thoughts on the season of fall, and reminds us that sometimes we have to let things go to protect ourselves or to experience something new to which God is calling us.
This year we are seeing (and probably feeling) a fair bit of anger toward our government leaders and authorities, and the candidates for office. What should we do about it? Speaker: Molly Holloway
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.
2020 has been, among other things, a year that disrupts our peace of mind and soul. If this is something you wrestle with then you are invited to invest fifteen minutes of your life in remembering old art and old truth that we need today. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes
Sometimes when life becomes hard or uncertain, we are tempted to go back to what we used to be. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that God calls us to keep pushing forward.
Good morning. For our devotion today, I invite you to listen to this song we’ll be singing at the Saturday evening this week, “Oh, How I Need You”. It speaks to our need for the Lord, and reminds us that we can find Him any time – when we’re seeking or doubting, and any time...
Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that even in the storms and changing situations of life, when we keep our focus on Jesus we can stay afloat.
Pastor Keith Butler remembers Kobe Bryant, and reminds us to have a “Christ mentality”.