Dear Church Family:
Jesus Christ Is In The Boat
In Mark 4:35-41, a miracle is told about Jesus calming a horrific storm which caused his disciples to fear for their lives. All it took was a word from the Master. I think this storm was intended as a time for testing and teaching.
I spent several years on Navy sea duty—I know what it means to be in a storm that could sink your ship and cause the loss of all aboard. (I didn’t know the Lord at that time.) Although the disciples had Jesus in the boat with them their fear was great because they thought he didn’t care.
We are in a type of fierce storm now. Please remember that Jesus is in the boat with us. He does care and has provision to see us through this storm. Be of good hope and have faith!
Pastor Bill Ritchey
We will now be sending the devotionals out early in the mornings for those of you that usually look at their e-mails in the mornings.
We will send a separate e-mail out at 2:00 PM with any updates from the church. So be sure to check your e-mails twice a day.
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If any of you have stories of how God has supplied your need, blessed you, or how you have ministered to those around you, please send them to the church's email and I will forward them on to Traci and Pastor Michael. We want to hear your God Stories!
As we continue to live in these challenging days we still have the Hope that lies in knowing Jesus Christ as our personal Savior. Continue to use every opportunity to share this Hope which can only be found in Jesus Christ with those who may not know Him!
If you are experiencing a spiritual need, or just need someone to talk to, our pastoral staff is here to help. You can contact any of our pastoral staff or you can also call the church office at 273-2248. It is being answered 24/7.