April 2nd Good Friday Communion Services 2:00 & 4:00 PM
April 4th Resurrection Sunday 8:30 & 11:15 AM
Every Sunday in April 11:15 AM Children’s Ministry
Every Monday in March 10:00 AM Men’s Bible Class
Every Tuesday in March 10:00 AM Women’s Bible Class
Every Wednesday 7:00 PM Youth Ministry: Junction
Every Wednesday 7:00 PM PRAYER MEETING
Women’s Minis-tree Bible Study the 2nd & 4th Mondays 7 PM
Deacon Board Tuesday April 20th at 6:00 PM
For ALL indoor gatherings, please wear a mask and practice physical distancing.
The Phone Conference will be at 11:15 on Sunday and 8:00 PM Wednesday
A WBC NEW MEMBERS CLASS:
Tim Snyder will facilitate the study.
Peter writes “Don’t be surprised at the fiery ordeal that comes to you.” Trials, troubles, and crisis many times surprise us, even anger us. Learn what it means to see God in “all” things.
Most of the time our cry is “God, get me out of this mess!!” Robert Morgan helps us to see that God’s glory is much more important than our immediate rescue.
Satan is often given more credit than he is due. He is a “roaring lion” seeking to devour us, but our eyes need to be focused on the One who is our refuge, strength, and deliverer.
Prayer, our main source of strength and wisdom, can often be the last thing we think of when faced with crisis. Prayer keeps us centered, focused, and near to God. Listen close to this one.
“Those that wait upon the Lord will renew their strength”, but we don’t’ want to wait when difficulty comes. Learn how to avoid PANIC MODE and be productive while we wait on God.
Crisis can often paralyze us! We become clouded with uncertainty and don’t know what to do. Sometimes simply taking the next logical step is the best answer. God can direct as we move.
Discover what it means to embrace the grace of God. Robert Morgan gives us insight on how God’s presence can sustain us in the midst of difficulties.
“God moves in mysterious ways.” We have often heard that phrase. Do we believe it? This challenging lesson shows us that God may not deliver how or when we expect. In fact, His deliverance may be painful.
Learn that faith, like a muscle, grows with exercise. It may be hard, almost exhausting, when our faith is stretched. Find how God will use your faith to help others as you grow stronger.
Crisis leads us to PRAISE! Ouch! Praise can be difficult in the midst of trouble. This letter from James says to “Count it all JOY” when we face trials. Hear the testimonies of praise and listen as Robert Morgan coaches us to do the same.