As you prepare for worship this morning, read the words of the psalmist Asaph in Ps. 73:25-28, pondering his probing question, "Whom have I in heaven but You?" Let that question prompt an honest examination of your own heart this morning in terms of who or what is of supreme importance to you and give thanks to God for the strength He supplies when our own strength fails. ... See MoreSee Less
The psalmist declares in Ps. 93:1-5 that God is robed in majesty and that His throne is established from all eternity. In light of the destructive forces of the oceans that we've witnessed in recent months with catastrophic hurricanes, consider the psalmist's words in vv. 3-4 that God is mightier than the pounding waves and the breakers of the seas. Thank Him that His power is available to us as His children. ... See MoreSee Less
David in Ps. 68:28-35 invites God to show His strength and power to His people. After declaring that God's might is on display among the nations, David concludes this psalm affirming that God is awesome and that He does indeed give strength and power to His people. If you feel that your spiritual strength is waning, join David this morning in thanking God for providing us with His power. ... See MoreSee Less
Every Sunday morning we have three different worship services to to help you connect to God in a meaningful way. Each service includes worship and a message from our pastor Blake McKinney.
8:30 AM Traditional – Piano & Organ
9:45 AM Blended – Orchestra and Praise Band
11:00 AM Contemporary – Praise Band