On this year’s International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, Pastor Michael Acock showed us how there are Christians today who are suffering for the name of Jesus Christ, and he led us to pray for the persecuted and their persecutors, that they may know Jesus as savior. Watch as Pastor Mike shares stories with videos and pictures as we pray for those who don’t share the same religious freedoms that we enjoy in the US.
Service Video Links:
Video 1: https://www.persecution.com/idop/?_play_video=Y
Video 2: https://www.opendoorsusa.org/videos/stories-christian-persecution-iraq/
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Today Pastor Phil brings back a phrase he taught in our church a number of years ago. It has helped members of our church frame up how to think of various Biblical truths. We call it the Radical Middle. The radical middle is finding the center where the kingdom of God is displayed. The radical middle allows us as sinners to know God’s mercy is there for me & for the other.Read More