Pastor Cheryl’s Blog

God’s Boundaries – January 31, 2023

Starting a new year makes us want to set new goals so we can live better this year than we did last year. One of our goals might be setting better boundaries. We think of boundaries as human invention, yet they are mentioned in scripture. The bible tells us that God sets boundaries over nature […]

God is my Helper – January 24, 2023

We know that God is our creator, and we are created in His image. We understand that Christ is our Savior and He redeems us. But we don’t talk enough about God being our Helper. God as our helper teaches us that God helps us as we complete tasks for His kingdom. Listen to Pastor […]

God’s Guardrails – January 17, 2023

What’s the difference between a fence and a guardrail? Fences are usually put up for the purpose of restricting access to a certain area, whether it be a yard, a pool or private commercial property. Meanwhile, railings are put up to keep people in a certain area, preventing people from falling off of a deck […]

George Washington Carver – January 10, 2023

Every second Tuesday of month Pastor Cheryl will be honoring a Christian from history whose birthday is in that month and whose testimony benefits our faith. Today she will be sharing with you the testimony of George Washington Carver and how his life personified Micah 6:8, “He has showed you, O man, what is good. […]

Finding Serenity in this New Year – January 3, 2023

New Years is the traditional time for setting new goals for the coming year. Often times many of the New Year’s resolutions lead to disappointment because we are seeking to change lifetime habits in a couple of months. Instead of specific behavior, make it your goal to have an attitude of serenity. All behaviors spring […]

Fourth Sunday of Advent – December 13, 2022

The fourth Sunday of Advent we will be examining the lesson of Joy through proclamation and there were a lot of proclamations in story of Jesus’s birth. Listen to Pastor Cheryl’s blog on how those proclamations change the individuals who first heard about Jesus’s birth.

The First Lesson of Advent, Hope – November 29, 2022

The first lesson of Advent is the lesson of hope. In this lesson we remember the prophets of the Old Testament who hoped for a Messiah but would never know or experienced Christ. They hoped for something better even when they didn’t fully understand how that something better would manifest itself in their lives. They […]

Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation – November 22, 2022

For the last three weeks we have been reading different Thanksgiving Proclamations. I have made a point to reminding you that each of these proclamations have incorporation of repentance with thanksgiving. No expresses the sentiment of repentance is expressed more eloquently than Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation. Lincoln speaks of the civil war being brought upon […]

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation – November 15, 2022

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation was given at the bequest of the Senate and Congress. November 26, 1789 was a Thursday, and the weather was miserable. Few New Yorkers showed up at St. Paul’s Chapel to see the president: “I went to St. Paul’s Chapel,” Washington wrote in his diary, “though it was most inclement and […]

William Bradford’s Thanksgiving Proclamation – November 8, 2022

November is already here! I really appreciate it that we begin our winter holidays with a season of thanksgiving. So, for the next four blogs I am going to read to you different Thanksgiving Proclamations from our nation’s history and correlate them with scripture. I pray these studies will be a blessing to you as […]