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 - November 14, 2021

Put Me In Coach, I'n Ready To Play

When I was a kid, springtime was exciting because it was the time of the year that I would hear the beautiful sound of that green canvas ball bag being dumped out and the bats, balls, and catcher’s equipment falling onto the dugout floor. It was when the sounds, smells, and even the warmth of the sun after a cold winter meant baseball season was here. I loved baseball; I loved everything about it. A kind of love that makes your eyes pop open early because daylight means baseball. As I thought about what I would preach about Sunday, my mind filled with a song from the past, a John Fogerty song called “Centerfield”. I could hear the lyrics, “Put me in coach, I’m ready to play”. I knew that was the title of my message. The focus being, the importance of loving the game, course, or path God has called us to. To love it so much that it makes our eyes pop open early, with the words on our lips, “put me in coach. I’m ready to play.

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