Often time we focus our lives on trying to be happy, Tryng to be success or trying to be busy. All will fail us (and even destroy us) in the end. Instead, we invite you to consider living a Rediculously Beautiful Life. Sound strange? Let’s find out how.
A Pastor’s Perspective on the SIMPLIFIED ACCOUNTABLE STRUCTURE (SAS) You’ve probably heard a lot about SAS, but may be wondering why all the fuss. Does it really matter? Pastor Steve offers his perspective on the challenges we face and opportunities. Discover why this may be the perfect time to set our sails and step into […]
Sin is more than just bad action, is a concious, persistant choice to act against the best God has for us. It destroys human flourishing, disintergates human thought and divides human relationships
Imagine a place where everybody knew your name, They were always glad you came. A place where you can see, that troubles are all the same. A place where you can take a break from all your worries!
Reflections and Memories from the Pastoral Staff of United Methodist Temple on the Celebration of it’s 40th Anniversary at the new location at 201 Templeview Drive, Beckley, WV 25801 Presented May 7, 2023
Easter is the beginning of a new chapter in our lives, an invitation to an adventure beyond anything we can imagine and a community devoted to a life to it. Are you ready to open up your personal invitation?
Do you wish you could be more generous? Live more open handed when it comes to helping people in need? What would it look like if we put God first in all aspects of life including our finances and let Him help us live the generous lifestyle we wish we could?
So Israel is in crisis, hiding in the hills hoping the economy doesn’t collapse, food prices don’t skyrocket, and the political barbarians (no I’m not talking about Republicans or Democrats) knowns as the Midianites don’t destroy the entire country. Gideon calls out to God to do something! “Aren’t we suppose to be the chosen people […]
Our Goal is to not just believe in Jesus, but to believe like Jesus
So we will do what Jesus did for the reasons Jesus did them.