The Daily Watchwords or Losungen is an annual, globally distributed publication of the Moravian Church. It started May 3, 1728 and is now published in 50 languages, making it the oldest and most widely read daily devotional work in the … read more
Right after the resurrection account from the gospel of John, we read the story of Thomas; he was later on branded as “The Doubting Thomas.” This label was a little unfair. Yes, he had some doubts but they were resolved, … read more
Have you had life experiences where things did not turn out to be as you had expected? Your answer is probably, “Yes!” Some people would mention their failed expectations from the church. Others would perhaps even share their disappointments about … read more
I covet your prayers. Let’s all bend our knees everyday and claim the Spirit’s power as we proclaim the name of Jesus this Easter.
Jesus set his face to go to Jerusalem and Jerusalem meant one thing for Jesus: certain death. Today we celebrate His kingship, we catch a glimpse of the Palm Sundays to come as we gather around His throne in heaven, … read more
Jesus wants to teach us that the way to glory is not through triumph and glory, not through domination and subjection. The way to glory is through death to self and through service to God and man.
We hope you will join us today in our Worship of ” Do You Know Who You Are?” Welcome to Worship!
Our first week of the year has come and gone. Do we still have peace in our hearts regarding the resolutions that we made at the beginning of the year? The fact is, once we have made peace with God, … read more
It is a common expectation that obedience will most likely move towards acts of sacrifices. However, we must not weigh all our acts of sacrifices as more important than obedience. God demands faithfulness. If God commands us to do something, … read more
Be still and know that I am God. This morning we will spend our entire time together in prayer and worship confident in the knowledge that prayer changes us, and unleashes the power of God. Prayer is an invitation for … read more
One should not live a life and act differently at home, church, school, work, or elsewhere. Such is a segregated kind of living. To act the same in all areas as a whole is an integrated life or a life … read more
A good toy in a box with inscriptions says, “battery not included,” is just a good toy that doesn’t have its full potential. The Holy Spirit is like the battery that we need, if we want to understand the Word … read more
Jesus teaches us a lot about prayer through his words and his example. Today we will be encouraged to deepen our prayer life by examining what Jesus had to say about prayer and by following His example.
The Bible is unlike any other book. That is why we call it the Holy Bible. It has a supernatural power in it that no other book has, to change lives. The reason it has the power to change lives … read more
Today we will examine what it means to pray without ceasing, to make prayer a way of life. Get ready for some homework; this just might take some practice!
Today we look at the Parable of the Shrewd Manager and ask ourselves if we are as wise in our understanding of how to live our lives for Lord as we are in knowing how to get ahead in this … read more
A new year of ministry is upon us. God has called us to his service and today we stand before the Lord and choose to recommit our lives to Him.
Today we welcome Dr. Jim Leverette to our worship. We are reminded that it is always a good time to praise the Lord, to live by the power of His Spirit within us and to seek to be filled to … read more
Humility, compassion, empathy, contentment in all circumstances; these are all character traits that God expects us to develop as we walk with Him by faith. They reveal our trust in Him and our reliance on His Spirit within us.
Would you like to know how to make your life, your very soul look just like a well watered garden? Well the prophet Isaiah has a few interesting tips on the subject and as you probably guessed, it has a … read more← Older posts