The S in our prayer acrostic stands for Supplication which means asking or making specific requests of God. Solomon's dedicatory prayer for the temple, a portion of which is found in today's reading in 2 Chron. 6:18-31, contains numerous petitions or requests of God as he envisions possible future calamities that Israel might suffer. In the face of each of these scenarios, Solomon asks God to hear from heaven and intervene to rescue His people. What specific situations are you facing today that require God's direct action to right a wrong or meet a need? Share those with the Lord as you pray to Him. ... See MoreSee Less
Our scripture reading today from Neh. 12:27-43 features a joyous celebration accompanied by hymns of thanksgiving to commemorate the completion of the construction of the wall around Jerusalem under Nehemiah's capable leadership. The celebratory service to offer thanks to God for allowing the people to finish the project featured two choirs and lots of musicians with their instruments. Find a setting at some point today in which you can express your thanksgiving to God for His many blessings with some joyous celebrating. ... See MoreSee Less
The T in our acrostic stands for thanksgiving. As you read Ps. 69:30-36, notice how David commits himself to praising God's name in song and also magnifying or glorifying God with thanksgiving. He goes on to declare that the combination of praise and thanksgiving will be even more pleasing to the Lord than the sacrificial offering of an animal. ... 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