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God Has A Plan For You

Subscriber onlySunday was Youth Sunday, and we were so glad that our youth are so willing to do whatever they are asked to do. Remember they are the only link we have to the church of the future. One fine member of our youth team is Micha, and he brought his very beautiful girlfriend, Cloe McCool. Another is Carl Wayne Cartwright, our youth leader, who brought Julia, a very pretty young lady with a beautiful smile. We were also blessed with Sister Geneva Testerman's daughter, Kim. May God pour out a special blessing upon these who have come to worship with us. John 3:16 was recited by Maliah and Britney, led by Sister Sandra Cartwright. They were so sweet and a little shy but willing to do what they felt God would have them do. So we say Thanks and God Bless You. Continue reading...

What Are You Passionate About?

Subscriber onlySheri White and Wayne Johnson were celebrating birthdays as we gathered to worship on a beautiful Sunday morning at Mill Creek Baptist Church. Special prayers were requested for Keith Testerman, Lane Killion, Bob McGhee, Linda Jarvis, Fred Hall and John Adams. Continue reading...

The Best Mother Ever

Subscriber onlyAnna M. Jarvis was born in 1864 in Grafton, W. Va. She moved to Philadelphia, Pa., in 1904. The following year, on May 9, 1905, Anna's mother died. Anna loved her mother dearly. That's why, on May 9, 1906, Anna invited her family and close friends to a service in remembrance of her mother. Again the next year, on May 9, 1907, Anna held a memorial service for her mother in Grafton, W. Va. Anna Jarvis had a dream that it would be wonderful if everybody remembered their mother on a special day. Continue reading...

A Walking, Talking Fruit Stand

Subscriber onlyWayne Johnson opened our morning service with prayer as Dot Harnar shared a praise and special prayers were requested for Linda Jarvis, Danny Thomas and Kevin. Linda Abercrombie shared the devotional "Natural Limits" with scripture reading from Genesis 1:16-18. As she talked about the lifestyle of the Amish, we are reminded to live within our limits. "Limits are not something to overcome, but something to respect. If we don't respect our time and energy, we miss the peace that comes from living within our limits. We should live our lives not diminished, but enhanced." Continue reading...

April Showers And May Flowers

Subscriber only"Sweet April showers do spring May flowers." So said Thomas Tusser in 1557. Continue reading...

'Shall I Not Drink' Sermon At Pineville First Baptist

Subscriber onlyOur Sunday morning sermon, brought to us by Associate Pastor Ryan Crawford, was entitled "Shall I Not Drink?" Continue reading...