"Unsung Heroes" begins this Sunday. Our first sermon is based on 1 Samuel 1:1-18. Throughout this pandemic we have been hearing about unsung heroes...those who are putting themselves on the front lines. In the bible there are also men and women who sometimes get overlooked. This Mother's Day we are going to look at one of those heroes, a lady by the name of Hannah.
May 10, 2020
May 17, 2020
As believers we are all God's servants and each one has been planted in a place of God's choosing.. to be used by Him as He forwards His redemptive plan. Our sermon series, "Unsung Heroes" continues this Sunday with the story of Queen Esther. Let us be ready and willing like Queen Esther to carry out the work that God has prepared for us to do, even when the task seems difficult, dangerous or daunting.
We apologize for the audio issues that we experienced during the worship service May 17. We will be working hard all week to remedy those issues before next Sunday.
Since we began streaming our services on Facebook Live we have been working to improve our sound quality. Problems that we faced include not having the right equipment and having a brand new sound system (that we are still learning) installed just a few days before the shutdown.
Sometimes you have to do something poorly before you can learn to do it well. Now that we seem to have "doing it poorly" down, we will be actively pursuing "doing it well." The MGCC leadership team is committed to continuing our online services even as we make plans to re-open our worship services. We appreciate your patience as we work forward.
May 24, 2020
We all have those "fork in the road" moments that determine where life will take us. Let’s let our faith in him lead us to bold and confident action as we align ourselves with him and surrender fully to his purposes!
May 31, 2020
Our series continues this week with Ruth as our Unsung Hero. The question is this; is it possible to hope when all seems hopeless? There is good news; even when times get tough, God is still working on the end of your story.
JUNE 7, 2020
Do any of you fishermen know what instructions Noah gave his sons about fishing off the ark? Go easy on the bait boys, I only have two worms!
Seriously, great stories often have a reluctant hero. One who doesn't see their value until someone intervenes or circumstances force them to act. Noah is our reluctant hero in the story. A hero is decribed as an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles. In other words, someone who is willing to rise to the occasion.