Be the Church

When you think of someone who is, “In Ministry,” who do you think of? Pastors? Professional church workers? People who know the Bible? The spiritually elite? Come this Sunday and hear why Pastor Micah decided to, “Go out of the Ministry.”

Recalculating: When Plans Change 3

There are times when believers’ plans are changed by their own actions. Like Simon Peter, who we think we are and who God knows we are can be revealed to us which, in turn, results in a change of plans.

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We must understand, embrace, and accept the biblical principle that God is in control of our everyday lives. All believers’ plans must be couched within the context of God’s will and based on his Word.

Recalculating: When Plans Change

In this life, we are not guaranteed our preconceived conclusion of God’s plan for us. Preconceived conclusions to God’s plan can bring doubt as a believer experiences a change in their predetermined, though erroneous, assumption. Matthew 11:1–6

Believers need one another. By loving and caring for the elderly, we can all grow from multigenerational involvement and discipleship.

God’s kingdom ideal is not marriage and family, but wholehearted devotion to God. Whatever our calling in life – single, married, parent or not – God is able to bring fulfillment, purpose, and joy to our experience as we respond to His call.

God cares about your mental health. Having a mental health issue is not related to a failure of faith. There is help, hope and purpose.

Our hope is not in the performance of our perishing earthly bodies, but in an eternal life. God uses every person—regardless of shape or size—for his glory.