In just a few short weeks America will be choosing their next round of leaders, and as everyone knows our country is angry and divided. If you sometimes feel your blood pressure rising in ways that go beyond medical science’s ability to control, then why not invest 10 minutes of your life on this little...
2020 is the year that has turned all our lives upside down. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that God is greater than the things that pull us down or turn us upside down.
For our devotion this morning, we invite you to listen this song that we’ll be singing for the first time at the 11:15 service on Sunday, “The Goodness of God”. No matter what we are going through, or what is going on in the world around us, we can still proclaim that God is good.
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.
Please join us for worship and listen to Pastor Robert Barnes and Pastor Keith Butler talk about how the value of perseverance in challenging times.
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.
It is important to start well, but it is even more important to end well. Can we say along with the Apostle Paul that we are ready for the Lord to return any time? Speaker: Dorinda Amissah