A WORD FROM
DR. TALMADGE SHARPE, JR.
My wife, Bonita, and I want you to know how delighted we are that you have chosen to visit! We welcome you, and pray the Word of God delivered from this ministry becomes a testimony you can share with friends and family. It is our prayer that you will witness firsthand the love and grace of God as you navigate through this site. We are committed to teaching the power of God’s amazing grace.
We invite you to join us as we worship and fellowship in God's Word every Wednesday and Sunday.
Call to Prayer
Dear Lord, please watch over everyone who is in quarantine, all those who are living in fear for their friends, their family, and this fallen world. Watch over the sick, the dying and those waiting to be tested. Bring your light, your love, your peace, your safety, your comfort, and your healing to all those who are brokenhearted and in need. We trust in you alone Lord for you are our refuge and strength. We thank you for giving us a spirit of power, love, and a sound mind and we know that you will see us all through to the day you return again. Thank you Lord.
In Jesus name.
As our on-campus services are temporarily closed we are excited that you have come to connect digitally. While we can't gather, there's no way that we will ever stop worshipping Jesus, learning from His Word and “gathering” together to grow closer to the Lord. We encourage you to stay connected through the website, email, social media, and phones. Let us continue to serve one another with uplifting words and prayer.
While many of us are stuck at home, unable to attend church services or join a household Bible study, it’s more important than ever that we pursue a deeper understanding of Scripture and remain in the Word.
Bible study draws us closer to God and helps us better understand Him, His Word and His love. Through a stronger relationship with God, members have discovered how to build better and stronger relationships with others — at home, work, school and in our communities. Join us.
When we think of ‘worship,’ our minds often turn to music and songs that we sing together on Sunday mornings. Yet, there is much more to worship than the music: two of the most important elements of worship are in our prayers and in our giving.
When we give back to God, we are expressing our trust in him and in his provision. When we pray over our offerings to God, we are asking him to bless that which we give and use it for his purposes.