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A Call to Prayer – June 2015

Pastor Greg Mayo offers perspective in regards to the recent supreme court ruling on gay marriage, debates over racism, and the Charleston church shooting. Let us continue praying that God’s truth will prevail in America!

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From the Pastor's Heart

From The Pastor’s Heart- July 22, 2015

I think many of us needed the message Pastor Joe shared with us last Sunday on “Hope, the Anchor for our Soul.” No matter what may be happening around us, as believers we still have hope because our hope is not based on our circumstances, the culture around us, or the condition of church but […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart

A lot of opinions have been shared about the Supreme Court decision about so-called same sex marriage. As Christians, what should our response be? Today I want to share a sound Biblical response by John Piper that outlines the truth and attitude we need to embrace.             “In a 5-to-4 decision, the Supreme Court of […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart

What a difference in the community response to the killings in Charleston, SC than the ones in Ferguson, MO and Baltimore, MD. While hate, rage, and destructive behavior are not justifiable in any of these cases it seems much less excusable for such behavior in Ferguson and Baltimore than in Charleston where there was instead […]

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