Friday, November 16, 2007

Go to our Video Archives below and click on "A Sad Look at Christianity" and watch this video as these young men get trapped in maze of questions when their faith is challenged. Listen as they try to weasel out of the questions with some very confused answers. What you will see is the sad state of the church Monday through Saturday. How many more people in the local church are living the dual life as a Christian: with one foot in the world and another in the church? How sad it is to see so called Christians unable to articulate their beliefs as they live private lives that are no different from the culture of the world they are in.
Take Heed....

Thursday, November 15, 2007

A great week.

Hello people! Good to be back again and writing a bit. I just wanted to say we had great small group bible studies each day this week especially Tuesday and Wednesday. Those two days the Holy Spirit really was present as we learned and ministered one to another. Small in numbers but a powerful movement that was definitely large in its impact! We are looking forward to soon announcing our next small group so keep your ears and eyes open!

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

I'm Back Again Writing for the Masses (well for our church at least...)

Hello fellow believers and non-believers. I have been away for quite a while -two weeks to be exact and sorry for the leave of absence. A lot has gone on since I have last blogged. Lets see: Woman's day. It was great success thanks to Sis Jenkins for her valiant effort as well as Sis. Tabitha for her work and energy. I also want to thank our speakers Sis. Mary Brewster and Sis Ethyl Powe for doing a magnificent job. Good day for all and a lot of fun. We also have a new member Sis. Patricia Thompson let us welcome her with love and support. I also want to stress our effort on the worship service attendance. "Let us not grow weary in well doing we shall reap if we faint not!" We want to be consistent and faithful in our love for God as well as our work in the church.
Be well