Thanksgiving is said to be a uniquely American holiday because it commemorates the faith and trust of the religious pilgrims who helped found America. That said, many Americans wrestle today with questions like, “Is God truly worth giving thanks to?” and “Is America worth giving thanks for?” If you care about such questions then why...
2020 has been a difficult year. Even in hard times, God is still working and we have many reasons to be thankful. Pastor Robert Barnes and several members of the congregation share some of those reasons.
Like Gideon (Judges 6), we can feel like we are unworthy and unqualified to do what God has called us to do. Linda Barnes encourages us to remember that God knows the truth about who we are, even when we can’t see it ourselves.
On this rainy Friday, Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that no matter the situation, we can always hear God’s creation and know that He is still working.
Good morning. For our devotion today, Pastor Keith Butler offers this song, Reckless Love, as a reminder of how much God loves us.
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.
Please join us for worship and hear Pastor Robert Barnes discuss Hebrews 2:1-18. An order of service with song lyrics and the communion prayers may be found here.
A lot of things about our have changed this year, and will not be the same again. As we begin new ways of doing things, remember that when God is there in the beginning, good new creations are possible. Speaker: Pastor Keith Butler
When life is challenging, it is important to remember who God is. Speaker: Pastor Keith Butler
Linda Barnes’ devotion today comes in a different format, but it offers us an important reminder.