Pastor Gaylon Clark begins a news series called “Grace & Race”. He is teaching from the subject “Hair Like Yours”. In this sermon, he talks about the presence of black people in the bible. The bible is filled with people who had African blood flowing through their veins. This is something that God apparently wants us to know because the …
Rev. Keiko Anderson brings a message entitled “Star Witness”. GOD wants us to lead a quiet life, mind our business, and work so that we can be a STAR WITNESS. This requires us to love others more and more.
John 3:16 He is Risen! Lead Pastor Gaylon Clark brings an impactful message on Easter Sunday entitled “Reckless Love”. He teaches us the magnitude of God’s love for us. God loves us so much that all we have to do to enjoy his love is to believe.
Exodus 3 -4 Pastor Gaylon Clark continues the series called “When the Church Leaves the Building” with the message “Please Get Somebody Else”. What do we do after the closing prayer on Sunday? Having gathered with the saved on Sunday, how do we partner with God in witnessing to the unsaved the rest of the week? Moses is a good …
Today, Pastor Gaylon Clark begins a news series called “When the Church Leaves the Building”. He is preaching from the subject “The Best Supporting Actor”. What do we do after the songs have been sung and the sermon is over? How do we play our part in the story?
Psalm 55 This is the last sermon in the Coming Out of Darkness series. Today Pastor Clark is preaching from the subject “I Gotta Get Out of Here!” For those who have ever quit something because of the people, you have to deal with. God gives us the strength and discernment to follow through to the end.
Ezekiel 37:1-14 Rev. DeVry Anderson, reminds us that when God has given us a vision, even a vision that seems impossible, God is still able to do the impossible.
Psalm 34:15-20 Lead Pastor Gaylon Clark continues the series entitled Coming Out of the Darkness with his sermon “Closer Than You Think”. A broken heart breaks us in ways we may have never imagined. We often believe that God is absent in these difficult times but He is closer than you think.