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Prayer In Light of the Chaos In D.C

January 7, 2021 | by: Shea Oakley | 5 Comments

The following was written by Pastor Shea Oakley to open a prayer meeting today at noon.    --- I had a specific topic I was looking forward to sharing with you today. But based on what happened in Washington D.C. yesterday I feel there is something more important for me to communicate.  As this is a prayer meeting I believe the m... Keep Reading

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Don’t Be Afraid to Pray BIG

March 29, 2020 | by: Tom Sargent | 3 Comments

  Do we put a limit on our God? It may seem like a silly question since we are in no position to do so but I pose the question all the same.  More accurately the question could be framed – do we put a limit on our expectations of our God? For me, and I suspect for many of you, the answer is yes.  One of the many effects of... Keep Reading

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He Knows…

March 20, 2020 | by: Pam Hess | 0 Comments

During this past week as I was praying, I found myself asking God if I could see His will in all of this. I had a vision. I saw the earth and it was all covered in a huge snow storm. I immediately thought of the scripture: “Come now, and let us reason together:”, Says the Lord, “Though your sins are as scarlet, they will be as whi... Keep Reading

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Some Of You Will Be Disappointed Tomorrow

November 8, 2016 | by: Chris Francis | 0 Comments

Tomorrow our nation will elect a new President. We have a mixed church that will be voting for different candidates. Therefore, some of you will be disappointed with who wins the election. Perhaps slightly frustrated. Perhaps extremely discouraged. There are high-stakes in this election, arguably much higher than the last election. Depending on... Keep Reading

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After Orlando, Can We Still Weep Together?

June 13, 2016 | by: Russell Moore | 0 Comments

The following was taken from RussellMoore.com. We woke up Sunday morning to news of the worst mass shooting in American history, as a terrorist murdered and injured over a hundred people in a gay nightclub in Orlando. In the aftermath, we’ve seen some of the best aspects of America: people lining up, for example, to give blood for the vict... Keep Reading

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How to Pray in Light of Another Random Shooting

October 3, 2015 | by: Chris Francis | 0 Comments

  In the wake of the shootings at Umpqua Community College in Oregon yesterday, we all know that we should pray. We just struggle to know what exactly to pray for. I mean, as I think about the parents who must have stayed up all night weeping for the loss of their children, prayer doesn't seem all that helpful. Nevertheless, here are som... Keep Reading

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Christmas & The Newtown Tragedy

August 15, 2015 | by: Chris Francis | 0 Comments

December 19, 2012   There are two things that I see everywhere I look - signs of Christmas, and the latest reports about the Newtown tragedy. In between holiday songs and commercials about sales at Best Buy, the news and radio have been non-stop with coverage on the Connecticut community -- from eyewitness accounts to interviews with psychol... Keep Reading

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June 23, 2015 "There is no greater coward than a criminal who enters a house of God and slaughters innocent people engaged in the study of Scripture." So said NAACP President and CEO Cornell William Brooks, condemning Wednesday night's shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. Emmanuel AME Church, the scene of the attack, is historically African-Am... Keep Reading

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