In this week’s sermon, Bob’s message is simple: take a day off. Of course, he is telling us this directly from scripture so you know its right. This is the first in a two part series so stay tuned for more thoughts on the topic of ‘Sabbath’ next Sunday.
Click on the link below to enjoy this wonderful message from Bob, beautifully orated as always with a theme that will stay with you for a long time.
It’s Father’s day and this week’s sermon is presented by our special guest speaker Marty Koonce. He and his family are visiting from their mission in Rwanda and we are blessed to have them with us. They are here to give us an update on the huge successes and strides that have been achieved from the hand of God through their mission work in post-genocide Rwanda.
Watch this week’s message here to learn more about the good works of Marty, his family and the other missions as he shares with us the amazing stories and challenges they continue to face every day as the country rebuilds herself. These are stories of what truly amazing people can do with the help and support of a truly amazing God.
Also check out the missions page for further video of Marty with additional news of the current work and achievements.
In this week’s sermon, our beloved Minister Bob talks about the attributes we should all possess as followers of Jesus. This will be the last in the series that has explored all aspects of church leadership from scripture and how it affects us in the contemporary world. Bob suggests five things that we should do every day to make ourselves more like our lord Jesus; and thus better followers. And as always, Bob’s message is God breathed in scripture and passed on to us through him.
So if you missed the sermon this week, then watch the video now to find out what those five things are. If you were there and can’t remember all five, then watch again. Or if none of the above apply to you, watch it again anyway – there’s always so much more to be learned when you watch Bob’s messages more than just once.
Well VBS certainly does rock, but what you’re seeing here is rocks of a different kind. You may have heard that this year’s theme for Vacation Bible School is ‘David, a man after God’s own heart’. And when we think of David, it’s hard not to think of Goliath and his fall at the hands of this remarkable young man.
This week the Ladies Ministry got together and made very creative use of some leftover paint and paper bags in order to create some rather excellent looking rocks. It’s all part of the VBS preparations and as you can see, fun is already being had by everyone; and VBS is still over a month away. This is just one of many things the ladies are doing to make this years VBS a resounding success. Contact Carolyn Martin to find our how you can help; and of course don’t forget; you can click on the VBS banner on this web site’s home page to sign up for this years VBS. We’ll see you there.
In another of the leadership sermon series this week, Bob asks: What are Followers Supposed to Do? Indeed, what are followers supposed to do? Well for starters, you can follow the link below the read more tag to find out what Bob reveals this week.
As you might expect, Bob finds plenty of answers for us in scripture as he explores how we should respond to our Elders and Deacons, and how to follow the word of God.