Jesus’ Last Week

What the enemy means for evil God can use for good. Know today that God is working for the good in your life!

Jesus’ Last Week

I pray that you have a blessed Holy Week as we remember what Christ did for us on the cross! Let us rejoice in knowing that it didn’t end there but on Easter Sunday He rose from the grave!

Here are Doug and Gennie singing a beautiful song that is appropriate for Holy Week. The song Lamb of God tells of what the Lord Jesus accomplished on the cross as the sacrifice God provided for our sin.

Join us tomorrow morning live at 11am. It’s Palm Sunday and especially during this season we want to remember what our Savior did for us. We will be looking at Mark 13:1-13. Hope to see you then!

Don’t forget that Jesus loves you.

God has offered us a free gift that it would be foolish to reject. I pray that you have accepted His offer of grace!

2 Chronicles 16:12-13 In the thirty-ninth year of his reign Asa became diseased in his feet. His disease was severe, yet even in his disease he did not seek the Lord, but the physicians. So Asa slept with his fathers, having died in the forty-first year of his reign.

I pray that the peace of God will be with you today and in the days ahead!

The Lord’s lovingkindnesses indeed never cease, For His compassions never fail. They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness. (Lamentations 3:22-23)

Through Christ you are no longer a slave to sin. Live in the glorious freedom you have in Christ today and everyday.


Live in the newness of life that God the Father has given us through His Son.

Children’s Bible Study

I hope you are having a great Monday! I want to encourage you to read in Romans 6 this week. Meet with God each day as He definitely wants to meet with you.

Be sure to join us at 11:00am tomorrow as we worship together online. We will be looking at Mark 12:35-44.

It’s beginning to look and feel like spring outside. Enjoy the sunshine today and be reminded that the Son of God valued you enough to go to the cross for your sins!

Enjoy this uplifting song from Pastor Doug and Gennie, “Sheltered in the Arms of God”.

Enjoy a word from our family pastor, Jeff Phillips on this beautiful day!

We can have joy today no matter what we face because God valued us enough to reconcile us to Himself through the death of His Son!

Pastor Jeff gives us a short encouraging devotion from Romans. Watch until the end! There’s a surprise song about the books of Moses!

You don’t have to feel helpless today! God has proven Himself faithful so put your trust in Him right now!


Trials are no fun! However, God grows us through trials and this virus is a trial God can use to grow. I hope you are letting Him grow you during this trial.


I want to encourage you to be in God’s Word this week. Read Romans 5 at least once everyday this week and let God grow you through His Word. He has you in His hands!