Jesus tells his disciples that they must also take up their cross, if they would be his followers.
Paul states in his letter to the church in Corinth that he became all things to all people so that he might save some.
The Old Testament prophet responds to the voice of God. What is our response?
Jesus’ Parable of the Talents encourages us to use the talents God has given us for ministry.
A passage of scripture from the Old Testament book of Deuteronomy leads us to reflect on how we can show courage in our Christian living.
Each of us has a gift to share with others on behalf of Christ.
Churches, like businesses, need to have a clear vision for their future. Our vision is given by God, calling us to be where God already is, ready to build God’s kingdom.
The Willowbrook United Methodist Women led our Sunday worship and welcomed guest speaker, David Hepburn, Special Projects Coordinator for UMOM (United Methodist Outreach Ministries) New Day Centers who spokeof their ministries to homeless families.
Retired United Methodist pastor Duane Combs brings the message.
Paul tells us that we are engaged in spiritual warfare and that we need to be prepared for battle by putting on the armor of God.