SERVING GOD THROUGH THE
POWER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
Discussion: God in the Modern World
Saturday, August 22 at 12:00
Sunday, August 23 at 12:00
"So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand."
HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH
WELCOME TO CHURCH NAZARENE
WELCOMING YOU HOME
You are God’s workmanship, created in Christ to do good works!
We’ll help you discover a new life through the power of faith in Jesus.
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Pastor Manley has always known since she was a young child that she was born to be of service to Him.
Her mission has always been to bring souls to our Heavenly Father. To spread and to “Teach” His word.
Easter Sunday Sermon 2020
To Know Jesus. To Make Him Known.
Our mission and vision at Church of the Nazarene are to transform the hearts of people into a close and personal relationship with Jesus where they know Him as Lord, King, and Savior. We believe in physical, emotional, and spiritual transformation the instant a person accepts Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior.
POWER OF FAITH AND PRAYER
In God's Hand's - A Miracle Story
Missionary Pilot, Dwayne Harris, while helping neighbors being robbed in broad daylight, gets shot twice and narrowly survives. Through the prayers of many friends, family and fellow believers, a potentially traumatic event becomes a miraculous story of God’s grace and the power of prayer.
king james version bible here!
“Affirming Faith” — WJD!
Dr. Ben Wyatt
While Jesus was saying these things, a leader of the synagogue came to him. The leader bowed down before Jesus and said, “My daughter has just died. But come and touch her with your hand, and she will live again.” So Jesus stood up and went with the leader. Jesus’ followers went too. There was a woman that had been bleeding for twelve years. The woman came behind Jesus and touched the bottom of his coat. The woman was thinking, “If I can touch his coat, then I will be healed.” Jesus turned and saw the woman. Jesus said, “Be happy, dear woman. You are made well because you believed.” Then the woman was healed. — Matthew 9:18-22 (ERV)
Two powerful realizations are driven home by this story of the desperate and outcast woman. First, even though her outward circumstances and personal demeanor are the opposite of the synagogue ruler with whom she shares the story, their core issue is the same: faith that Jesus can deliver them from their desperate concerns. They both act in bold ways to find that deliverance. Second, in both stories, even though there is a huge crowd pressing upon Jesus, he ministers personally and specifically to the needs of the people. What so powerfully sets Jesus apart from healing charlatans is that he does not use these events to focus upon himself, but to personally minister to the needs of the people involved. These stories remind us again of how powerful it is that God would become human flesh to minister to us—personally!
Holy Father, thank you for your love and compassion in sending Jesus. I find it both awe-inspiring and assuring to know that you walked among people and ministered to them personally, not just spectacularly, in Jesus. Thank you for reminding me that every human need, every desperate struggle, is known to you and agonized over by you. In Jesus’ name, I praise and thank you for this grace. Amen.