Pastor Joe White continues Pastor Frank's series, partly to highlight the appearance and influence of angels! Mary met Gabriel, and with great faith and obedience, agreed to the task she'd been chosen for. That encounter became another fulfillment of prophecy, a clear link between the Old and New Testaments.
Pastor Frank Slaughter begins his new series by pointing out the foundation of prophecy-truths that led up to the actual events, around which we now celebrate Christmas. God had the plan, for His Son to sacrifice Himself so we could be separated from our sins, and He even let us read about how it would happen!
Pastor Frank Slaughter gives us many examples to highlight the clear task ahead of us: don't coast -- get out there and be a spokesman for Jesus! We have the opportunity -- to speak through words and demonstrate by our deeds -- to reflect and extend the marvelous relationship we have with God! Do you know Him?
Guest presenter and ORF youth group leader Jacob Fuller brings a message that challenges us to step out of our complacency and actually demonstrate that we are followers of Christ! Don't stay in neutral - we have tremendous love available to empower us!
Pastor Frank Slaughter opens up more details we can use! In a life filled with expectant faith, it helps us understand God's manifestations as they come. His grace may be sufficient, but it's the most wonderful gift! In gratitude then, we should focus on making His deeds and grace known to others.
Calvin Jones leads the Open Range Outsiders band on his last Saturday performance and sings "There is Power in the Blood".
The Open Range Outsiders band performs "Leaning on Jesus", led by Calvin on his last Saturday night.
Lord, you promised us a home.
Two families and their babies received blessings and prayer from Pastor Frank Slaughter and the congregation before the Sunday service at ORF.
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Photo Albums of Events
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