This week...

Pastor Robert Stephens

Greetings Church Family,

This Sunday (19th), we will conclude our series, A Seat at His Table. We will spend our time together in Isaiah 25, considering “things planned long ago” for the banquet table of the Lord. We will get a glimpse of our seat at His table.

I pray it will be a hopeful and refreshing look at our future in the Kingdom of God. Many of the key events happening this week weigh heavily upon our hearts. Texts like Isaiah 25 strengthen our hope and resolve that it will not always be this way. The Sovereign LORD will wipe away the tears from all faces. The victory, our victory, belongs to the Lord.

Join us this week in worship as we find hope and strength for the days ahead.

Blessings to you and your family,
Pastor Robert


Mark Kern - February 14th, 2023 at 4:04pm

I am always amazed and gladdened by the messages you bring to us and how it entwines with the Sunday School lesson for that week. Last week you covered the one lost sheep and how the Good Shepherd would go and search for that one. It matched the SS lesson last week because we were in John 9 where at the end, the Jews de-synagogue the previously blind man. When Jesus heard about it, He went and found that one lost sheep who worshipped Him. This coming Sunday, we are on John 10 in our class with Jesus claiming to be the Gate or Door to the sheep pen and the Good Shepherd. How happy we can be that we are in that pen with the Good Shepherd protecting us. It matches the hope that we have in His strengthening us despite what may be happening in the world around us from Isaiah 25.

One last note - Last week you discussed the song Amazing Grace and the line "I once was lost". In Sunday School, we covered John 9 about the blind man - "but now I see". Isn't it wonderful how God is in control and His Word can be seen in the meal you provide us and how it matches the Sunday School lessons we study? Praise be to Him!

Kristina Robertson - February 14th, 2023 at 5:48pm

Hi Pastor, I'm looking forward to the finalIie . I loved the message last week on the One lost sheep. It's comforting to know God looks for me when I go astray.




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