Church family, It is Wednesday, HOPE Wednesday, our last such Wednesday as we embark upon summer. It has been a blessing to journey with you through our text, The First Commission. I pray that you have been blessed by our coming together traveling through the word that God has given us for this season. You came. You read. You listened. You asked questions. You made comments. Prayerfully, you learned. Even more prayerfully, you have applied what you learned. Most pray
Family, Pastor Williams of Diggs Memorial is a teacher at Ashley Elementary. He has informed me that Ashley needs hall monitors and proctors for EOG testing on May 29-31. The time frame is 8:30-1:30. Partial days are available. Call Ms. Linville at 3365777213 to schedule a time if you are interested.
Beloved, I am excited about this week as it leads up to Mother's Day, the day that we celebrate those who have been mothers in our lives, birth and/or others. It is a day that we recognize that through God we are given life through our mothers and they participate in the birthing process of the innate and spiritual gifts that God has planted inside each of us while in our mother's womb. I pray that you will come out with your mother on Sunday to celebrate with us. And, moth
Church Family, I pray that my email finds you doing well and feeling blessed. I enjoyed seeing you on Sunday and am anticipating our gathering this evening. While technology has enabled our ability to connect without being in person, nothing can truly replace being together. We can have virtual friends through social networks and people call that community. But, sharing of ideas and vicarious experiences should never truly replace the closeness that comes when you engage di