Monthly Archives: January 2021

Sermon for January 31, 2021!

Good morning! What a beautiful day! Yes, I said beautiful as I love to watch snow fall, I just don’t like to drive in it! Snow covers everything with a beautiful winter blanket! Please be careful if you do have to drive today. And if you walk outside be very careful so you don’t fall. Even as it turns to rain later it can still be slippery especially if it’s sleet or freezing rain so take care out there! Meanwhile settle in with your coffee or drink of choice, maybe some breakfast, and enjoy the message from Pastor Barry! Have a wonderful and safe day everyone!

Sermon for January 24, 2021!

Good morning everyone! I hope this message finds you well this morning! I saw this on Facebook and thought I would share for those who aren’t on there:

“The only bird that will peck at an Eagle, is the crow. He sits on his back and bites his neck. The Eagle does not respond or fight with the crow. It doesn’t waste time or energy on the crow. It simply opens its wings and begins to rise higher in the sky. The higher the flight, the harder it is for the crow to breathe. Eventually the crow falls due to lack of oxygen. Stop wasting your time with the crows. Just take them to your heights and they’ll fade. May you fly to new heights….”. Have a blessed day and remember in prayer all of those who are not well at this time, are taking care of others and those who have lost love ones.

Sermon for January 17, 2021!

Good morning! So sorry I’m a little late this morning! Hope everyone is having a wonderful Sunday! Enjoy the day and rejoice in our Lord! Wishing everyone a wonderful week! Without further ado we will start it off right with a new sermon from Pastor Barry! Have a blessed week!

Sermon for January 10, 2021!

Good Morning to everyone! I hope you all enjoy another beautiful day! Remember, everyday is a gift from our Lord! We are not promised tomorrow so live each day as if it were to be your last day on earth! Don’t forget to pray for all of our fellow humans as well as our country. God doesn’t see color or physical inabilities and neither should we! Our God is God to everyone and he expects us to not only to spread his Word but to show our beliefs in our everyday actions so that all may believe. And sometimes, that may require forgiving someone who has hurt you in some way. There is always someone watching you, and your viewable life may be what brings someone else to God. Have a beautiful and blessed day!

Sermon for January 03, 2021!

Good morning and welcome to 2021! 2020 brought so much sorrow and strife for our nation as a whole, so with the new year arriving, I pray that our country and all of the people are blessed and enjoy this year and that our nation will heal. I pray for relief from the COVID virus as well other sickness. I also would like to thank God for all of the blessings he bestowed on us in the past year and the blessings he will bring this year. Remember – There is always something to be thankful for in our lives! Dwell on the blessings you have received and be thankful! Bless you all and Happy New Year!