Pastor Danny Lovett's Weekly Blog - 11/08/2018
by Benji Wilson on November 8th, 2018
Good decision making is the key to a happy life. Joshua 24:15 says, "Choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve.” Good decision making is not a skill some are naturally blessed with, while poor decision making is a handicap others are born with. Courage, education, or the aging process don’t automatically produce better decision makers. In order to make good decisions there are two questi...
Pastor Danny Lovett's Weekly Blog - 11/01/2018
by Benji Wilson on November 1st, 2018
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! May the Lord repay everyone of you who worked so faithfully preparing and serving last night at Trunk or Treat! Only in eternity will we fully know the impact of your labor of love. As we continue our community outreach weekend, Sunday is Friend Day! Invite your neighbors, your co-workers, your school friends, your teammates, the check-out lady, your boss, yo...
Pastor Danny Lovett's Weekly Blog - 10/25/2018
by Benji Wilson on October 25th, 2018
We have a treat in store for Sunday! Bishop Rejoice Ndalima, or as we know him, Ben's father, will be preaching for us. As our so-laborer in Tanzania, this man is a church planter, a shepherd and leader to over 300 pastors and churches, and a man who preaches the gospel of Jesus. His wife, Beatrice is an educator and a godly support to her husband. We are blessed to have them in Alabama for a ...
Pastor Danny Lovett's Weekly Blog - 10/18/2018
by caryer hoffman on October 18th, 2018
Far too often when people discuss God, they ignore His justice and judgement and only emphasize His love. This is dangerous, for God’s nature is both loving and just. In fact, God’s justice and judgement are based on His love. It is God’s love for all who truly believe in and trust Him that arouses His righteous judgement to strike out against those who mistreat His followers. Furthermore, God req...
Pastor Danny Lovett's Weekly Blog - 10/11/2018
by caryer hoffman on October 11th, 2018
The little book of Jonah has a great story. It opens with the prophet running away from both his home, his country and the call God had given him. No doubt Jonah gave some thought to the consequences of his actions; even so, he made a terrible choice. Jonah is about to cause and endure indescribable suffering. In a scene of high drama and suspense, Jonah is seen fleeing as far away as he can, se...