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2Ti 4:2 Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage– with great patience and careful instruction.


If your finances have taken a hit because of the virus, then please take care of your family first.  For those that can give, please know how much we appreciate it.  God bless you.

Pastor Rich Laskowski - October 12, 2020

Storm Rider

A storm is coming. Dark clouds are gathering on the horizon, and we feel the change in the air. The message this Sunday is titled “Storm Rider.” For most people, storms are a little scary, but they are necessary. Storms move things and cleanse the air, they can be terrifying as lightning strikes and the wind howls, but when they are over, there is freshness and hope for a new day. We often think of a storm in a negative sense, but God is in the storm. We love His presence in worship, but His presence is also in the storm, powerful and booming, threatening and, at the same time calming in the distant thunder.

From Series: "Storm Rider"

The Bible teaches that innocent blood cries out from the ground to God, demanding justice. The Bible also teaches that the innocent blood of Jesus on the cross and dripped to the ground speaks. America is at a crossroads where her fate will be decided. We have soaked our ground with the innocent blood of millions of unborn children that even now cries out to God for justice. We have also been offered mercy through the innocent blood of Jesus. Heaven holds it’s breath as America comes to the valley of decision. What we do next will determine what God does next. God calls us to lift our voices for this nation we love, that she would turn back to God, experience revival, and remain a shining city upon a hill.

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