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All Things Are At Work

I cannot thank everyone enough for their support, love and encouragement through a very tough time for our church members and myself. Everyone is healing from the wreck, many still need fervent prayers. God is on the move in my life and our church family. I can honestly say, I am ready to proclaim God's Word and the messages He has given me for tomorrow. There is so much craziness going on in our world right now, but I am taking solace in the fact that "All Things Work For God's Glory". We will be looking at Romans 8 tomorrow morning. The only way to make sense of current days is to focus on God's Word in the Bible. I encourage you to join us and continue to pray for those impacted by Hurricane Matthew.

In Christ,

Pastor James

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