by Rod Harris on December 18th, 2023
It’s Christmas week. That means last minute shopping, school programs, parties, the end of school for the semester and a thousand other things. It’s easy during the rush of activities to lose perspective. So, I encourage you to take a deep breath and slow down. Take some time to reflect on the wonder of God’s great gift of salvation. Take some time to read and reflect on the Christmas story. ...
by Rod Harris on December 11th, 2023
Can you believe how fast this year has gone by? Christmas is upon us. This Sunday, December 17, will be our annual “Cookies and Carols.” Bring your favorite Christmas snack to share with others as we gather at 6:00 PM in the Fellowship Building for a time of fellowship and carol singing. The following week on Sunday, December 24, we will gather for Sunday School and morning worship and then re...
by Rod Harris on December 4th, 2023
Have you ever been so discouraged you just wanted to give up? Ever been so depressed that you just felt like you wanted to die? Has life ever dumped on you? Have you ever had your worst nightmare become your reality? When that happens life becomes overwhelming even for those who are the children of God. Depression and despair have often hounded the saints through the ages. We don’t talk abou...
by Rod Harris on November 27th, 2023
Do you ever feel alone? Isolated? Forgotten? Sometimes that feeling is due to your own actions or choices. Other times, it is the result of circumstances beyond your control. Regardless of the cause of such feelings, their presence can be debilitating. Fear and hopelessness can obscure the promise of God and the assurance of His grace. He was a long way from home. Alone in a deserted place...
by Rod Harris on November 20th, 2023
Thursday is Thanksgiving. A day of feasting and celebration. A time for giving thanks. A day of remembrance. As you look back this week what is it you will be grateful for? When you consider God’s grace extended to you and your family what will cause your heart to sing? Biblically we are commanded to give thanks for all things and in all things. We are to rejoice and give thanks for both th...
by Rod Harris on November 13th, 2023
It was great being at church on Sunday! I appreciate so much the prayers, cards and words of encouragement over the last week. I’m feeling good. Plumbing is working, pain is gone, just a bit of soreness that will likely linger awhile longer. I will follow up with the surgeon on Wednesday. I appreciate Devin’s filling in for me the last two Sundays, he did an outstanding job. It was good to s...