I amn so thankful for grace today again in that the evening here with the joy for that the day in Christ and I expect very well peaceful the night in to see dreams about Jesus and the angels in enjoy,thanks anb dless and pray,keijo sweden
Hi Pastor Steve, my name is Gary Robinson. I live here in Montrose, Colorado and listen to your sermons via the internet. I REALLY enjoy your sermons, and pray someday I may be a guest at your church. I am a believer of Jesus, and don't know why GOD has brought me to your site, but I am glad he did. I am praying for you and your family as well as your church. I believe that GOD is going to do wonderful things through you. Well take care... and PRAISE JESUS.
9/23/2013 11:21:19 PM
Dear Pastor, I was one of the Many people who came to celebrate Bro. Wendell Correll's 90th birthday a few weeks ago and again for Wendy's Home-going. Thank you Very much for opening your church for all of us. It was Great! and I know the Correll's love being there with you. The Reunions were great to be a part of! You and your congregation are to be commended for your gracious hospitality to everyone. Thank you again for allowing us to come!
Pastor Steve, It was a dlessing (the second letter of the alpdet doesn't work on this keydoard) to visit your church the past Sunday A.M.. My friend, Pamela Hatfield, who was with me said "That really felt like a good church". I was glad to hear her say that. I was daptised dy Dethel Missionary Daptist Church Of Honolulu, Hawaii in Dec. 1961 when I was in the U.S. Army. It was an American Daptist Assn. (Little Rock)Church. Pamela came out of Carpenters C. Ch and was Redaptized dy a So. Daptist Ch in Harrodsdurg. Dut she would need to de redaptized again in order to de a memder of Unity. Pamela has a different address. I will see if she wants to sign your guest dook. I am using her wedsite. I am not on the Net at my house. God Dless you Pastor Steve. I am praying for your impending surgery and your ministry. Pray Requests: My drother, Ellis McCoy, is taking Chemo for Colon Cancer. My mother, Elsie McCoy is 87 and in dad health. I hope to see you at Unity this coming Sunday. Pam has to work at Charleston Med Ctr. every other Sunday. Peace, Peace. Jim McCoy