Church News (Page 3)
Get a Life taken from Colossians 3:1-4 by Interim Pastor, Joe Greene, reminds us that a Christ-centered transition brings life.
Following God Even When Its Hard taken from Jeremiah 29:11, Acts 13:21-25 and Ephesians 4:29-32 by Jessica Merrill encourages us to remember that God’s plan is bigger than ours, He puts us where He wants us and we should always try to be compassionate, encouraging and kind to one another.
AGentleWhisperinaTurbulentTime taken from 1 Kings 19:9-13 by guest preacher, Rev. Glen Snowden, asks if we’ve ever felt like Elijah – hopeless, desolate, like running away, or that we’ve been forgotten?
NotGoodEnough by Kathy Charland taken from Romans 9:30-32 reminds us that nothing we do will ever get us into heaven. It is only through our belief in Jesus Christ.
Praise God for a Living Hope taken from 1 Peter 1:3-5 by Kathleen O’Goley reminds us of the promises of eternal life that we see in the symbols of Easter.
Road Signs taken from Jeremiah 31:20-22 by Kathleen O’Goley reminds us of the travel instructions we were given for life’s rough road. (To watch the video, click here)
The Lord Gives Us the Desires of Our Hearts taken from Ephesians 1:17-23 by missionary, Daniel Tabb, as he shared what the Lord is doing in some of the missions he runs in Ireland. (To watch the video, click here)
Beautiful Feet taken from Romans 10:13-17 and Luke 10:1-11 by TABCOM’s executive director, Rev. Mary Day Miller, reminds us that we were given “beautiful” feet to carry us on this tough mission assignment together and to leave our baggage behind. (To watch the video, click here)
It’s Pruning Season taken from John 15:1-8 by guest preacher, Pastor Kenny Hebert, challenges us to allow God to prune our hearts even though it is uncomfortable because it is to produce fruit. (To watch the video, click here)
On Your Marks, GetSet, Go! taken from Hebrews 12:1-2, 2 Timothy 4:7-8, Philippians 3:13b-14, 1 Corinthians 9:24-25 by guest preacher, Pastor Don Bradley, reminds us that the Christian life won’t be easy, takes perseverance, and requires giving God our best. (To watch the video, click here)