Sunday is the time to gather as a congregation to draw on God’s words for inspiration and direction to help believers succeed in their pursuit of a Christ-centered life.
From the mountain tops of life where happiness prevails to the dark, angry valleys of despair after miscarriages, Jessica Vaughn, niece of church leader Moir Beamer, provided a powerful testimony. She shared how through it all, God provides, guides and teaches. For those with open hearts and minds, the result is a more fulfilling life, greater love and a steadfast faith.
Reverend Dan Austin, Executive Director of Christian Children’s Home Joy Ranch, delivered a sermon based on 1 Samuel 16. The versus he shared illustrate how God knows and reveals his knowledge and plans to believers, encouraging unwaivering faith in God.
October 30, 2022 Paster Mark Mayes preaches his farewell sermon as he steps out of the pulpit at Blue Ridge Chapel to pursue new opportunities in the community.
Sunday, October 23, 2022 Acts 2: 37-41 sets the scriptural scene for believers to understand the difference between being alive in Christ and being “undead” in the sense of not knowing and accepting all of Christ’s blessings.
Sunday, October 9, 2022 Focusing on Genesis 38, Pastor Mark Mayes takes the theme haunted and looks at the long-term affect of sin and Christ’s foregiveness in a believer’s life.