Juneteeth commemorates an important day in American history. June 19, 1865 was the emancipation of enslaved Africans, African Americans and Black people in the U.S. And no one should have a bigger appreciation for deliverance from bondage, experiencing freedom, and the joy of acceptance than the Body of Christ.
Father’s Day can be heavy if your father is not in your life or he has passed away. On this day, we hope you are comforted by the love of Jesus (2 Cor 1:3-4) and cling to God as your heavenly Father. We see you and are praying for you. We also honor all new fathers and long-time fathers, we hope your day is filled with family, joy and cookouts.
Have You Listened to Our Podcast?
Each week we release a new podcast episode with content that will equip you to live as a follower of Christ outside the walls of the church. So far, we’ve talked about everything from prayer, spiritual warfare, parenting, and forgiveness. Give it a listen & let us know what you think!
This is an exciting opportunity for our entire church body to gather for prayer. When we do this, we will see miracles of God, marriages restored, addiction cycles broken, ministries grow, and people come to faith in Jesus. Hope to see you there!