Weekly Mini-Message of Hope

What happens to you when you die?

How much did Jesus teach about money?

Are You Relationally Disconnected from God?

What does it cost to follow Jesus?

What does the Bible have to say about self-esteem?

Are you on the winding road that leads to the Narrow Gate?

Life-Altering experiences

What is FAITH?

Are you a slave to SIN?


How do you pray?

Is it better to serve the Lord, or learn from Him?

What Message Have You Been Given?

What kind of Life does God want for you?

What Mindset do you have regarding Jesus?

Why is "Repentance" important?

Confused by what people say?

Do you know that you, too, have been called to be a witness?

What must you do yourself?

How can we ask Christians to stay true to God's Ministry?

Is that Really God Calling?

A Life-Changing Event

Do You Fear the Future?

He Is Risen, Indeed!

What does it mean to be a new creation?

What does it mean to repent?

Adults like to give children...


The Path of a Christian


Even though, historically, there have been other politicians who have set aside a day of National Thanksgiving, it was Abraham Lincoln, in the middle of the Civil War, that proclaimed that a National Day of Thanksgiving should be observed on a final Thursday in November. 

Lincoln stated that it was proper for our nation to thank God for his mercies and blessings. 

I pray you and your family have a wonderful thanksgiving; as we together thank our awesome Savior for his numerous blessings! 

Pastor Pat

The Bible (Mark 13:1-13) tells us that there will be signs and events preceding the final return of jesus. Even though the occurrence of signs and events can be scary, remember the followers of Jesus win in the end due to his victory through the cross and resurrection! As we wait his final return, let us do the following (Heb. 10:23-25): 1. Cling to our hope in him; 2. Trust God's promises; 3. Motivate one another in Acts of love and good work; 4. Continue to worship together. Pastor Pat

Sunday was All Saints Day. All Saints Day is a Christian celebration that honors all the saints throughout christendom. It is a day that we express our gratitude to God for the lives and deaths of those saints who trusted in Jesus as their Lord and Savior and lived a God--pleasing life by His Holy Spirit. Some people may think of saints the statues of famous people in the church building. The Bible teaches that all followers of Jesus Christ, alive or dead, are saints. - Pastor Pat