They live in markets and small rooms, sleep outside or inside, eat about one meal a day, and work long hours at evening cook stations or selling sunglasses, fabric, onions, belts, scrubbies in the equatorial sun.  They laugh and love BIG...

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      Ghana 2019

      10.10.19 | by Yvette Peevy

           They live in markets and small rooms, sleep outside or inside, eat about one meal a day, and work long hours at evening cook stations or selling sunglasses, fabric, onions, belts, scrubbies in the equatorial sun.  They laugh and love BIG...

        Our Sermon in Song

        10.04.19 | by Ricky Draper

           During worship a few weeks ago as the choir sang “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing,” I heard the most magnificent thing. It was the sound of hundreds of worshipers joining together to magnify Christ—from the choir loft as well as from the...

          Thank You Church

          09.26.19 | by Taylor Rutland

               For over seven years I learned under a great senior pastor. He gave me opportunities to preach, make hospital visits, and lead committees. After 22 years of leading First Baptist New Orleans he retired. The man who was not only my boss but...

            Serving in Ghana

            09.20.19 | by Andrew Crosby

                 As you read this, we will be finishing our first day of ministry in Accra.  We are excited to be with our friends and to continue the ongoing partnership that was started nine years ago.  During this week we will be meeting new people and...

              The Danger of Money

              09.13.19 | by Taylor Rutland

                   As American Christians we are the richest collection of Christians in the world. Even if you are cheap like me, you still represent the wealthiest 1% in the world. We are beyond blessed to live in a place where almost all of our basic needs...

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