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Power Off Briefly

Church Family, The power will be off at the church from approximately 8:30-10am this morning for some testing. If you have activities at the church scheduled during this time frame, please be advised that a delay would prove beneficial. Do know this will not disrupt morning services and I am excited to see all of you tomorrow. And, remember, God loves you and I love you too! Be blessed, Rev. Cain

Power On For CAYA (Come As You Are) Sunday Tomorrow Morning

Beloved, The power was off at the church after some testing taking place earlier this morning; but, just as Jesus rose again, the power is back on and Zion Memorial is on. Being fifth Sunday, we are having CAYA (Come As You Are) Sunday. So, you do not have to wear your Sunday best but some may want to show off what they got for Christmas. No matter how you show off, I just want you to show up. The message is "Jesus Is Waiting On You". Come and hear what Jesus is waiting on you to do. Also on Monday, the last day of the year, December 31, 2018 (Yes, we have almost made it.), we will have our Watch Night (Noon) service at twelve noon. It will be a time of singing, praying, testifying, and a

Christ Has Come And Made Us New!

Beloved, I sincerely hope and pray that your Christmas Day celebration was one filled with joy, peace and comfort surrounded by loving family and friends. I also hope and pray that you found some way to keep the Christ in Christmas. Finally, I hope and pray that you have kept the Christ in you to continue to help you to see the blessed revelation of God as you face each day. Our past is history. We can remember it but never revisit it. Our present is our story. We can live it based on what was and what is to come. Our future is His story. We can only experience it as He gives it to us. And, in Him, what do we have with all of these stories - past, present, and future? 2 Corinthians 5:17

Merry Christmas!!!

My beloved church family, It is EARLY on Christmas Day and I am up like when I was a small child running into Aunt Alma’s and Uncle June’s bedroom in Chattanooga, Tennessee asking, “Is it time yet?” anticipating when I could go into the living room and open my presents. Now, I am anticipating the joy that I will prayerfully see on the faces of others throughout this day as they, like when I was a small child, open their presents. But, right now, I am so humbled and so full as I think of what this day truly represents, the birth of Jesus, the birth of the Christ, the birth of the greatest gift of all. I pray you will have a phenomenally fantastic, amazingly memorable, and incredibly impactful

He Has Given You Reason To Praise Him. So Rejoice!

Beloved, We are one day away from gathering together tomorrow for our last Sunday service before Christmas Day. I am excited to see all of you soon. We are also less than three days away from celebrating Christmas Day. I am excited to see that day again. We should be excited to see every blessed day in the land of the living. Why? Philippians 4:4-7 tells us, "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice. Let your gentleness be known to everyone. The Lord is near. Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and

The Answer Is In The Word

Church Family, First, yes, I know it is Tuesday evening; but, I am traveling on Wednesday and wanted to make sure I got out our Wednesday word...even if it is a few hours early. Second, I had a blast with our Seniors at The Barn Dinner Theatre show, Christmas Christmas Christmas. You had to have been there. It was a really good time. Deacon Richard Carter and I were even honored with the opportunity to participate, unwillingly (at least for me), in the show. Again, you had to be there. We enjoyed ourselves as we should strive to do as a church family. In this world, you will find that many things will come against you that will attempt to steal your peace and rob you of your joy. It is

What Jesus Gave Us For Christmas

Zion Memorial Church Family, First, I so hope and pray that you have weathered this storm well. We have had a bit of cabin fever and finally were able to shovel out a path to get out of the house for a few hours yesterday. I pray that you will continue to be safe and warm and let the church family know if you need us in any way. I missed you on Sunday and hope that the video message I sent helped in some way to bring appreciation and respect to the fact that God has covered and kept, provided for and protected Zion Memorial Missionary Baptist Church for 74 years. Thank you God! The presence of God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - is something that we can always count on from our beginning

Happy 74th Church Anniversary

Church Family, First, I hope and pray that you are safe, warm, and have what you need during this storm. If not, please let me or others in the church who may live close to you know how we or they can help. While we cannot physically be together, by the presence of the Holy Spirit and our faith in God through Jesus Christ, we are always connected and never alone. With the help of Brother Kim Spears, I was able to record the following brief message in recognition of our 74th church anniversary. I pray we can all find time to reflect on how God has blessed, is blessing, and will bless our wonderful, amazing, vibrant and growing church family. https://youtu.be/lhwMgWFtKaw https://drive.google

No services on Sunday or Monday

Church Family, Due to the weather, I have decided to cancel all services for Sunday as well delaying church conference from this Monday to the following Monday, December 17, at 6:30pm. I pray you will be safe and be blessed. And, remember, God loves you and I love you too! Be blessed, Rev. Cain

Lifting up the McRae, Inzar and Burke Family

Church Family, Please be in prayer for the McRae, Inzar and Burke family in the loss of son-in-law and brother-in-law, Richard Pettus. The services are as follows: Friday 11/7/18 Family hour at 11:00am Funeral services 12 noon St. Phillips Moravian Church 3002 Bon-Air Avenue If you can make it, I am sure the family will appreciate Zion’s presence. If not, please keep them lifted up in prayer. Be blessed, Rev. Cain

The Impossible Is Possible With God

Beloved, We had a grand time together in the Lord on Sunday. I am still overjoyed with the vision in my mind of the church standing and singing, "It's a family affair" and "There ain't no party like a Holy Ghost party because a Holy Ghost party don't stop". Nothing done for show but all done for the glory of God. I am so thankful that we are growing in a way that we will risk gravitating away from tradition to embrace God revealing Himself to us in new ways. If some of us had told somebody that we would do that in Zion Memorial, they would have said, "Impossible." And, I pray that you would quickly respond, "The impossible is possible with God." That way of thinking goes all the way back t

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