Our Thread of Faith
Nothing can separate us from the love of Jesus Christ. This is a promise that we are constantly called back to, a thread of faith that we can confidently hold on to as our lives weave through a world shaking around us with uncertainty. This thread of hope is the good news that God is always for us and not against us. We are reconciled to God through our faith in Jesus Christ, our thread of life and source of eternal hope.
Nothing made by human hands last forever, but God's promises are the good news that are always with us in both the good times and the bad. What are some things that you are holding on to that prevent you from realizing God's promises - what stops you from living out the good news so you can live fully and freely in Christ? Come and discuss this with us!
A Prayer For Our Veterans
Thank you, veterans for your service to our country!
God's Love Is Worth The Risk
When Jesus entered into humanity, He came because we needed Him to allow us to break away from sin, death, and the devil and free us to be everything God wants us to be. He freed us so that we can help one another and enjoy what God has created rather than to be caught up in a race to accumulate as much as possible. What do we do with our God-given path to freedom? How much are we willing to risk - to be uncomfortable with - for the sake of living out God's love?
Living Out Trust
If we really TRUST in something, we should be willing to step in, step up, and step out. How is your life with God really going? Are you living in an environment of trust? How much do you risk in this trust? We are going to talk about this at worship service this weekend! See you either 5:30pm Saturday eve or 10:00am Sunday morning!
All Saints Sunday Celebration
On All Saints Sunday we celebrate the victory won for all the faithful dead, but we grieve for our deceased ones as well, knowing that God honors our tears. We remember before God: Earlene Carter, Joan Kennymore Stafford Milutin, Natalie Clark, Kenneth Wayne Schultz, Erin Marie Grigsby, Ray Edison Schaper, Homer Wayne Cronk, and Junette Laverne White Abraham.