Joyce Meyers

This is a reminder from a previous post! Joyce Meyers will be in Michigan on August 16-18….Let us know if you would like to join Pastor Kim Rollmann and I on our first road trip!!!I It’s going to be a blast. You can call or email us.

Darrell Creswell - A Study of Christian Grace


Jesus paid it all

 All to Him I owe

 Sin had left a crimson stain

He washed it white as snow

There is nothing good in any one of us save the grace of the Lord Jesus. It is in the blood of Calvary that we wash our garments white. We are complete in Christ, in His robe, in His righteousness. He shelters us in His everlasting arms. We are blessed by God as we realize that it is His power and His alone that can cleanse the leper, heal the sick and raise the dead. It is His grace alone that can make a heart of stone melt like butter.

Isaiah 53:4

He has borne our grief and carried our sorrows

Our lives are filled with human ills – sicknesses, sorrows, pains, and trials of life.  Jesus took them on himself. He was afflicted for all of them…

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The Book of Mark Part 1!

Wee number one! …..The greatest strongest,prettiest…champions. Daily such proclamations boldly assert claims of supremacy. Everyone wants to be associated with a winner. Loser are those who finish less than first. In direct contrast are the words of Jesus. “And whoever wants to be a slave of everyone else. For even the Son of Man came here not to be served but to serve others and give his life as a ransom for many’ (10:44,45) Jesus is the greatest-God incarnate, our Messiah-but he entered history as a servant.

This is the message of Mark. Written to encourage Roman Christians and prove beyond a doubt that Jesus is the Messiah, mark presents a rapid succession of vivid pictures of Jesus in action. His true identity revealed what he does,not necessarily by what he says. It is Jesus on the move.

Omitting the birth of Jesus, Mark begins  with John the Baptist‘s preaching. Then moving quickly past Jesus baptism, temptation in the wilderness and call of the disciples, Mark takes us directly into Jesus public ministry.