As we celebrate 92 years as a church, Guest Pastor D. Z. Cofield of Good Hope Baptist Church challenges us to be the light of the world and to be all that God has called us to be.
Life can be exhausting, the things that used to be a joy can become hard and your joy has left it. Are you ready to thank God through the hard times and the difficulties that life may bring?
Is God only present in the highs or lows of life? Is He only present in our most urgent moments? What about the mundane seasons of our existence? Is your heart tuned to God when you are on cruise control in life? Rev. Pierce helps us to leverage these days to sharpen our faith and tune our hearts toward the …
There are seasons when our faith is tested by those around us, and the pain that comes from those around us can seem overwhelming. As we look at the story of Joseph, we find hope that the pain or detour we are experiencing is part of a bigger plan in our lives.
We live in a world where we are told to place a high value on self-perfection, self-satisfaction, and self-sufficiency. Our God is looking for true believers who are not self-sufficient but wholly dependent on Him as God and Savior.
God wants you to understand that His presence is here in every conversation, every success, and failure. The enemy wants you to think that you are living life on your own, your success and failures are only on your shoulders. However, the Holy Spirit walks with you in every aspect of life, you are never alone.
The power of Grace in our lives helps us to find life even when disappointment abounds.
As a believer, are you moving toward living a life that draws you closer to God, or are you caught up in the distractions of life that leave the believer thirsty? Adversity is a great test to help us determine where our soul is concerning God. Does adversity cause you to become more self-sufficient, or does it cause you to …
Pastor Coatney continues the Grace 4 Life series by taking a look at the tension between ‘Grace’ and ‘Works’.
Our love of God is expressed in our worship of Him. Through singing, dancing, clapping, or whatever method you are compelled, we gather in corporate worship at the intersection of Grace and Worship!