Words from the Pastor l

March  2018


Greetings my Brothers and my Sisters in The Name of our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. I thank God for letting me see a brand new month, and the opportunity to write to you again. The month of March is known as the any weather month; we could experience all four seasons in one day. Temperatures can change from 80 degrees in the daytime, to below freezing the same night. I can remember in the late 1960s, eighteen inches of snow fell to the ground one morning and by 3:00 pm that evening, the snow was gone. It was the first day of Spring too.

Indeed, March is the month of change. I thank my God for being a God that is not like the March weather. God is immutable, which means He changes not. God does not vary in His Ways and His Thoughts. God is the same today as He was yesterday, and He will be the same always. The book of James tells us in chapter 1:17 that "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from The Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning." It is wonderful to know that we can always depend on God to keep His Word.


I am asking the people of God to pray for our Brothers and Sisters in Memphis, Arkansas, and parts of Mississippi. Flood waters are rising and causing much damage from the storms last month. A twenty-year-old young man from Arkansas is still missing as I write this article. His car was found a few minutes ago, but he was nowhere to be seen. Memphis is experiencing flood waters also. Our normal rainfall in February is about four and one-half inches, but over thirteen inches has fallen this year. The ground is becoming too soft to hold up our trees.



Your Brother in Christ,

Pastor Wesson