In Person Worship
Morning Services start at 10:30 a.m. and must practice social distance and wear a mask. We have mask and hand sanitizer available.
No Sunday School or Evening Worship for now.
- October 2021 - Gratitude in the Storms of Life -
1 Thessalonians 5:14-18 Jesus told us that we would have hardships (John 16:33), and He was right, wasn't He? As unpleasant as trials are, there's still reason for giving thanks. Let's explore two way the believers can count on during adversity:
1. Protection. God doesn't keep believers from suffering or disappointment, but He does offer protection by staying with us in the struggle. Once we trust in Jesus, God's Spirit indwells us and will never leave. What's more, we have assurance that nothing can separate us from His love (Romans 8:38-39). So our ever-present God walks with us through the hardships, providing guidance and speaking truth into the situation.
2. Peace. While difficulties cause many people anxiety, God's peace is available to His followers. This inner serenity doesn't depend on whether circumstances improve; it's a result of our relationship with Him. For this reason, we should be more concerned about relying on God than about fixing the problem.