Serving others is a great way to honor God. Whether serving within the church or in the community,, we offer a variety of ways for you to utilize your natural gifts and interests while activating your passion to know God.
Whether in the church, community or your home, our goal is to build relationships and share life with one another and God. There are a variety of groups to help you grow spiritually, build strong values and enjoy fellowship.
Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington are three of our Founding Fathers known for their great success in business, science and politics, but one other thing they have in common is failure. Franklin started a magazine that failed and also proposed a new alphabet that would remove the letters C, J, Q, W, X, Y. Jefferson was known by his neighbors as the worst farmer in Virginia because so many of his crops failed, and George Washington lost one of his first battles and was removed from command and demoted. Like so many of us, these men all failed and yet they didn’t let their failure define them. Overcoming our failures is important if we are going to find success in life and Moses shows us that overcoming our failures is also essential for our faith. Experience the power of God’s forgiveness and the grace of a second chance.
At some point in time we all face it and it comes from those who are for us and those who are against us – criticism. We live in an increasingly critical world where the harsh words of others can tear us apart inside and out, but they don’t have to. Like Moses, we can learn to overcome all criticism through humility and our trust in God. Learn how overcoming criticism that can lead us to a place of peace.
God called Moses to lead the Hebrew people out of slavery in Egypt and into the Promised Land, but to do that, he had to overcome their enemy – Pharaoh. It didn’t take one miracle or one plague to overcome Pharaoh and convince him to let God’s people go, it took ten plagues. Our enemy is not overcome in a day. Our enemy doesn’t give up easily and let us go, which means that to overcome our enemy we need to be persistent.