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May Pastor’s News

May Pastor’s News

Warm greetings in the Name of the Risen Savior! Thanks be to God for a Spirit-filled and empowering Rise Up! Revival! I give thanks to God for Rev. Gary Williams for his powerful message. I give thanks to God for the Bellemont UMC Praise Band for their inspiring music. I give thanks to God for Rev. Al Trotter, Sound/Video Team, Prayer Team, Women in God’s Service, United Methodist Men and everyone who offered their prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness. Most of all, I give thanks to God for people whose spirits were revived! I give thanks to God for lives that were transformed...

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April Pastor’s News

April Pastor’s News

Christ is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! On April 15th-16th, I’m excited to invite y’all to come join us for the Rise Up! Revival Celebration. You’re surely going to be blessed with great food, inspiring praise and worship, and life-giving message from Rev. Gary Williams. I hope and pray that you make every effort to attend and to invite your family and friends to join us for the revival– seeking God to make our hearts and our lives passionate for Jesus! What is a “revival”? Perhaps revival is best described by defining what it is not. Revival is not the church deciding to do something. It...

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March Pastor’s News

March Pastor’s News

Warm Lenten greetings!  On February 14th, America mourns more loss of innocent young lives in another senseless school shooting, this time in Parkland, Florida, claiming 17 lives including students and teachers.  As a father of a middle schooler and a high schooler, my first reaction is “What if my child was one among them?”  As husband of a substitute teacher, I asked this question:  “What if my wife was there on that day?”  It is hard to comprehend what to say about God’s love and grace in the face of such evil. The Bible tells us that the enemy comes to steal and destroy, but I want to...

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We’re in the News!

Take a look at our recent video at: http://myfox8.com/2014/11/05/teenagers-impressive-plan-to-help-her-church-grow/ BURLINGTON, N.C. — Her beloved youth group graduated and moved on. Haley Henderson is now one of only a handful of people her age at her church. “We don’t have many young adults, [it’s a] can ‘count on one hand’ kind of thing,” said Rev. Jimmy Weaver of Davis Street United Methodist Church. But instead of switching churches, she decided to do something about it in a big way. Henderson took on a huge undertaking in hopes of recruiting more young people to her church. “The older...

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