This message, by Pastor Mike Focht, is a great encouragement to anyone that has fears or questions about heaven.
This message by Pastor Tony Evans is so timely, seeing how so many people are talking about race right now in our country. I would strongly encourage you to listen to this message, and then encourage others to do the same.
Several years ago we had the unique opportunity of inviting a brother and sister in the Lord, Roby Duke and Celeste Villanova, to present a collaboration celebrating racial reconciliation and unity in Christ.
This is the best article I have come across on the subject of patience. Just about all of us struggle with being patient, this chapter written by Phillip Keller will encourage and strengthen you as you seek to be patient in an impatient world!
During a recent Communion service, Pastor Joe read the following entry from Spurgeon’s Checkbook of Faith: FROM EVERY SIN…
Christian baptism is an outward testimony of what has occurred inwardly in a believer’s life. Baptism illustrates a believer’s new identity in Christ because of His death, burial, and resurrection. If you have not been baptized join us on Saturday, September 3rd.
Check out this video of pastors and ministry leaders singing a benediction to each other as the East Coast Pastors Conference came to a close this year.
In 1 Timothy 2:11-15, Paul directs Timothy in how to think about the role of women in the public worship of the church. In these verses he specifically addresses the role of teaching elder or pastor, tying his instruction back to the Bible’s teaching on creation itself. In this teaching, Pastor Joe unfolds the Bible’s teaching on these important and much-discussed topics. We invite you to listen and consider the teaching, and to check out the resources below.
Mike Focht and Ryan Ries both grew up around church their whole lives, but their stories are very different. They choose different paths growing up but it is amazing to see how the Lord was faithful to each one. There is an encouragement to those who are growing as well as to those who are prodigals.
We were privileged to host Woody Williams, the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from the WWII battle of Iwo Jima.