2015’s Theme from the Pastor

Our theme for 2015 is “EXPECTING GREATER THINGS: THE BEST KEEPS GETTING BETTER” Scripture reference: John 14:12

What do I need from you?

Men: I need you to step up and be more involved in the church’s life / ministry.
20-40 age group: I need your gifts and resources to assist in moving the church in the direction to meet the needs of and be relevant for the 21st Century. I also need your tithes.

Seniors: I need your patience as we seek to be relevant for the 21st Century and balance the traditions of the past.

Parents/Grandparents/Guardians: I need your commitment on the behalf of your children/grandchildren, etc. to participate in the equipping ministry for youth.

Everyone: I need all of your support and prayers as we journey forward in expectation of God doing greater things and the best that He is doing gets better.

Our Sermon Series is titled, Ministry That Matters. As we are expecting Greater Things for 2015, it implies that we are going to have to do Greater Things in 2015 – particularly as it applies to our ministries.

It is so easy to sit back and continue to do what we have done because that is how we have done it. However, the primary question that we must ask is, “What is God calling me to do today?” It could very well be that God is calling me to participate in a ministry that is unique and specific to who and where I am right now. As I open myself to see where God is working now, and join Him where He is working now, I position myself to begin expecting greater things, and anticipate that the best will keep getting better.



Mark 7:24 / Matthew 15:21-28 Intentionality
Mark 1:29-31 /1:32-34 (Luke 4:40) /1:40-42 Proximity
Luke 5:27-32 Intimacy


“Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father.” (John 14:12)

Our Mission: “Developing Disciples who are committed to Teaching, Preaching and Reaching the world for Transformation and Liberation

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