Due to Covid-19 and the announcement from our government officials, all church service gatherings will be postponed till a later date.
Hold to His Unchanging Hand
on February 25th, 2024
I often look around at the changes that are taking place in our world today. When my mom and I would talk on the phone I would say, “Mom, this is not taking God by surprise.” God commands our confidence in Him. With all the chaos, unsettling, and uncertainty from one day to the next it behooves us to hold fast to His unchanging hand. When I meet other believers and the subject comes up about the c...  Read More
Serving a God Who Sees
on February 18th, 2024
Often time we forget that we serve a God who sees. He sees not something but everything. “But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows” (Luke 12:7 KJV).  This verse emphasizes God’s care and attention to every detail of our lives, even down to the individual hairs on our heads. It serves as a comforting reminder that we are deep...  Read More
The Powerful Name of Jesus
on February 11th, 2024
When you think you cannot go on Jesus wants you to call His name. I lost half my family in a house fire in the mid-sixties when I was a teenager. As I looked out the neighbor’s window, I saw flames dancing against the midnight sky on that cold December night. We had to call on JESUS to help us through this horrible tragedy. No individual could understand our family’s loss. It didn’t matter how har...  Read More
Jesus has Big Plans for You
on January 28th, 2024
Thirty years ago, the Lord came to me in the middle of the night and ministered this to me while living in Minneapolis, before moving to Seattle. It was a very dark time in my life. I was in doubt about what I believed, why didn’t God turn things around for me? I had worked so hard in the church, worked long hours on my job, worked hard on being a good wife, and the list goes on. I was facing the ...  Read More
It’s a New Day
on January 21st, 2024
“This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it” (Psalm 118:24). You may ask yourself or others, “What is there to rejoice about with everything going wrong? Chaos is everywhere I look in the world.” It is important to realize despite the craziness happening around us that God saw fit to bless you with another day. The very breath in your lungs is reason to thank the L...  Read More
Are You Silent About Your Testimony?
on January 14th, 2024
A bit of History: Samaria was once known as the capital of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, then became synonymous with the entire Northern Kingdom (1 Kings 13:32; Jer 31:5). By New Testament times, it became identified with the central region of Palestine, with Galilee to the north and Judea to the south. Samaritans were of a mixed race of Jew/Gentile, so the Jews basically had no dealings with th...  Read More
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