He Shall Be Called Everlasting Father

Pastor Caleb continued our Christmas series “He Shall be Called” with a message taking a look at God as our everlasting father. A Father who will never leave or forsake us, who loves us, who is for us. Listen and watch the message here


Keeping Jesus the Center of Christmas

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It’s so easy to get sucked into the pull of the way our culture celebrates Christmas. In order to put first things first and keep the main thing in focus we have to do some salmon maneuvers and swim upstream against the current, as it were. Today’s devotional, written by Ramona Vincent and reposted from faithgateway.com, suggests some simple ways to help us keep our focus in the right direction this holiday season. Merry Christmas!


It’s the most wonderful time of the year – the Christmas season is here! Everywhere we turn, the sights, sounds, and wonders of Christmas surround us ready to captivate our family’s hearts. Have you noticed as you drive around town how your children’s eyes fill with wonder as they gaze at the read more

Source: faithgateway.com

Pushing Through the Holidays

How can something that is so joyful be such a downer sometimes? Christmas seems like it should be the happiest time of year, but it isn’t always. Today’s devotional, written by Dr. Carol Tanksley and reposted from drcarolministries, addresses this conundrum and offers some practical advice to push through the holiday season.


Christmas was never intended to be unmitigated joy and fun and partying. Oh, the western commercial interests have given us that impression. But the very first Christmas was painful and scary. Jesus entered a world where read more

Source: drcarolministries.com

He Shall Be Called Lesson 2

Pastor Caleb continued JCC’s Christmas series “He Shall Be Called…” yesterday with a second message focusing on the our Mighty God and His awesome power in our lives. Click here to view the video. Thanks for being part of our online family. You can click on the Publications page to read December’s newsletter.

Activating Your Spiritual Senses

God isn’t silent, and He doesn’t play favorites. . Sometimes it may feel like only the select few “super Christians” hear God speaking. Not so; He speaks to all of us in one way or another. The trick is to know how to hear Him. Today’s devotional article, written by James Goll and reposted from Charisma’s online magazine, offers some practical tips for attuning your senses to God. 

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When we surrender our senses to our Creator, He enhances them.

Each of us needs to become a discerner—no matter what our personal background or specific gift or function in the body of Messiah. Although some believers are especially gifted as prophets, every follower of Jesus receives the gifts of revelation and discernment. And every believer needs read more

source: charismamag.com

Unanswered Prayers

If you wonder if you’ve been set down and forgotten about today’s devotional by Lysa TerKeurst and reposted from faithgateway.com brings assurance that God knows, God see, and He cares. Read along with us today.


“It’s easy to slip into the mentality that we somehow fell through the cracks of God’s good plans.

Things are too final. The ink is too dry. The page has been turned. Their heart is too hard. Your heart is too hurt. The doctors have said impossible. The account is too read more

source: faithgateway.com

Prayer and Unity

Watch Pastor Caleb’s  Sunday’s message on our Facebook page . You can join us live each Sunday morning on Facebook or watch the recorded version later in the week at your leisure. Sunday’s message discussed unity and prayer, and how crucial it is that the two go together in our lives. Check our Events page for upcoming events. Have a blessed week!