With everything that has gone “wrong”, or at least not “right”, this year it would be easy for Christmas to feel like one more big frustration. Don’t let that happen to you! If your Christmas doesn’t “feel” right to you then take a few moments to remember the realities of the first Christmas. Doing so...
In today’s devotion, Pastor Keith Butler takes us on a fun but serious journey to find the true meaning of Christmas.
Christmas at its heart is about love. Children’s Director Shirletta Butler reminds us that God’s love is greater than any challenges we’re facing.
Pastor Keith Butler offers today’s devotion, “Who Would Imagine a King?”: Greetings. As a change of pace today I thought I would share some Christmas cheer with a song that celebrates the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Normally, my Wednesday devotion for this week of Advent would be about “Joy”, but today I would like to share a message about not letting politics rob us of either our capacity to love or our Biblical perspective. Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes
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.
Our world and our nation is in a state of constant turmoil and yet at Christmas we are given a promise of peace. If you ever wonder if that promise is more than words, then why not invest a few minutes of your life in learning more about what the “peace of Christmas” truly means....
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.