Sunday Evening Service
Sunday Evening Service - Nov. 6th, 2022
FEARS, FRICTION, FLIES, AND FAMINE- The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want. Tonight at Family Worship Center Pastor David Watts reads from Psalm 23:1-6. Here, David is making a declaration of what God is. He is a good Shepherd who gives His life for His sheep. A shepherd’s work in ancient Israel was considered the lowliest of positions; Pastor Watts says, Christ stooped down to take this position for us. He guides and protects His flock. He is our personal shepherd who watches over us and preserves us. He makes us who we are; we are not self sufficient, all our needs are supplied by the Lord. The sheep doesn’t always know what he needs, but the Shepherd knows what His sheep needs. Sheep will not rest when they have fear, friction, flies, and famine; we are similar, but God knows how to give us rest by still waters. He restores our souls and guides us into righteousness. When we walk through valleys of darkness, He will be with us. His goodness and mercy will follow us; we have His steadfast love. We are guests at His table though we don’t deserve it. The blood of Jesus, gives us access to our Good Shepherd. Do you hear His voice calling?
Come On And Praise The Lord With Me
Our God Is So Mighty
How Great Is Our God
I’ll Fly Away
Only The Blood
Only The Blood
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Sunday Evening Service - Oct. 30th, 2022
GOD’S ANSWER FOR ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, AND BROKENNESS- Tonight at Family Worship Center Pastor Jonathan Steele preaches from Matthew 12:20-21 explaining how depression and anxiety is a spiritual problem for many people, for others, it may be a physical one; but either way, the Bible has our answer...
Sunday Evening Service - Oct. 23rd, 2022
THRONE OF GRACE- Tonight at Family Worship Center, Pastor Joseph Larson preaches on God’s grace, reading Hebrews 416. If we don’t know God, we can’t know grace. Hebrews has a theme of fear, warning the believer, how shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation. We need God’s grace, but Bro...
Sunday Evening Service - Oct. 16th, 2022
THE KEYS- He is alive forevermore. Tonight at Family Worship Center, Pastor Josh Franks from People’s Tabernacle Church in Savannah Tennessee reads from Revelation 1:17-18. He reminds us of our Almighty eternal God. Christ is the living one who entered into death, into our death, in His human ...