Upcoming Sunday Sermons

At Home with Honor

The Killing Commandment

Purity's ABCs

Truth Tales #1

Truth Tales #2

From Coveting to Contentment

Living What We've Learned

Starting at 9:30am!

Upcoming Events

​​Oct. 1: 50th Wedding Ann. party for Bob & Vesta Brown @4:30-6:30pm at church

Oct. 29: Children & Youth party & rehearsal; dress in your favorite costume for room trick or treat-time TBA

Oct. 30: Youth service & meal

​If you find within you longings that nothing in this world can satisfy, that’s because you were created for another world. God “has set eternity in the hearts of men...” so that they’ll never be fully satisfied in this life (Eccl. 3:11). Pascal said, “There’s a God-shaped void in the soul of every man.” Only God and the wonderful things He has prepared for us will ever satisfy. Augustine of Hippo wrote: “You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you.” Paul reminds us that this world and its pleasures are passing away, so we should fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is bound by time and subject to decay, whereas the unseen is everlasting. What an unspeakable tragedy to sacrifice the joys of eternity for things that very soon are gone forever! 

                                                                                                                    Blessings, Richard Kirby