The NASA space program uses a mission-critical system to plan and account for every detail when sending an astronaut into space. This system is essential to the survival of any operations. If it fails, it creates the possibility of significant loss. In life, you are the astronaut, and the mission is not to make it to the moon but, more importantly, make disciples of Jesus Christ. We rely on God to control our Mission-Critical System, and God does not fail. From the space shuttle to Houston, God is essential to our survival. We rely on God, who has planned and accounted for every detail for us to complete our mission one small step at a time to make a giant leap in faith.

Join us May 30 through July 4 as we explore 2nd Corinthians and discover how we are to complete the steps of our mission of making disciples.

Join us from home at 11:00 a.m. for a Traditional Worship on Facebook and YouTube.
Please note that the 8:30 a.m. service will not be live-streamed. The service will be recorded and posted on YouTube and Facebook at 11 a.m.

The Traditional Bulletin is located on our website.