On August 30, 2017 Pastor Daniels will be speaking at St John United Methodist Church in Foxworth M.S. Services start at 7 p.m.
On August 20, 2017, Pastor Daniels will be speaking at New Zion Baptist Church in Wiggins MS, for Pastor Larry Jenkins Pastoral’s anniversary at 2:30 p.m. All that we would like to attend please be ready to leave the church at 1:00 p.m. sharp.
On February 27th 2017 at 7 p.m., Pastor David Daniels will be speaking at Rose Hill Church, were Terry Thomas is the residing Pastor. Pastor Daniels is encouraging all members who are willing, to attend.
You are welcome to join us on our annual 21 day fast, beginning Sunday Jan. 8, 2017. Our slogan is: Pray like it matters.
Week 1: No Sweets or fried foods. Liquids allowed are only water and 100% Juice.
Week 2: Continue following week 1 as well as eliminating the following foods: beef, pork, an added salt. Also any carbohydrates that you eat must be whole grain or whole wheat bread.
Week 3: Continue following both week one as well as week 2. On the 24th eliminate poultry from your diet.
Throughout the 21 days of fasting, please abstain from all food between the hours of 6 p.m. to 6 a.m
We will also be having corporate prayer at the church on Friday evenings at 6:00 p.m.
Matthew 6:16-18 “Whenever you fast, do not put on a gloomy face as the hypocrites do, for they neglect their appearance so that they will be noticed by men when they are fasting. Truly I say to you, they have their reward in full. But you, when you fast, anoint your heard and wash your face so that your fasting will not be noticed by men, but by your Father who is in secret; and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you.”
The world is a mess. The world has gone mad. There is no sense of unity, our world has become tribal. Races against races, women against men, us against them. Love has fled the scence, and decency and order has slid out the window. We, saints, have become so indocrinated with the world and its’ problems, that we have forgotten who sits on the throne. We have lost our minds in the chaos, and that we are losing peace over things that don’t matter, is shameful.
It doesn’t matter, who won are didn’t win the election. God was not shocked nor was God concerned, either way it went God had the final say. What is disconcerting is that the church of God has gone just as crazy as the world. Hillary didnt win! What are we going to do? Answer: Trust God and do good.. Trump won! What are we going to do? Answer: Trust God and do good. And if the election had turned and Hillary would have won..we still should have the same answer: Trust God and do good.
We are not of this kingdom, God is our head and that’s the truth that we need to stand under. The world is crumbling before us and we as the church need to be in a position to point those that are looking for truth to The Truth, which is Jesus the only begotten Son of God. We have to realize that God is bigger than all the Earth. That He is greater than our situations or circumstances. He is bigger than anything we could ever imagine or dream of. So this Thanksgiving lets change the way think, change the way we see ourselves and the world we live in. Let’s be the people that God called us to be. Let’s be strong and very courageous. Let’s be that stable place, in the midst of madness let us be a place calmness.
Columbia Valley United Methodist Church of Columbia MS, will be hosting the United Methodist Annual Men’s Day Celebration on Sunday November 20th at 2 p.m. Guest speaker for the service, will be our very own David Daniels, Senior Pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. The theme for the event is, “Spiritual Renewal.” All are welcome to attend.
In an age where truth is laugh at and morals are nonexistent, we as Believers need to make sure that we are rooted and grounded in the Faith. This post is not really written for the babies in Christ, this is written with the season saints in mines.We are entering into turbulent times all sense of decency and order is gone. To hear a minister speak foundational truth is rare. We have enter a time where we as a body sing and shout about fruit that we will never harvest because we have no roots. At the core of our being Jesus has to have preeminence and if that is not true in your life, are you really a follower of Christ. Being a follower of Christ has nothing to do with what church you attend, or how holy you pretend to be. It doesnt matter how talented you are or your rank and position in the church. It doesn’t matter how beautiful your voice, your voice can be so wonderful that angels weep when you sing. You can wear long dresses, you can walk around carrying a family bible bigger than a 40 year old midget. All of that is counted as nothingness, if God is not just the head of your life but He is your life. If you are not willing to sacrifice your all for Him, like the father of our faith Abraham, than you not fit for the kingdom. If you haven’t counted up the cost, denied yourself daily, and carrying your cross with holy joy and peace, than do you really believe. We sit in church Sunday after Sunday, but we don’t make real progress, nothing changes but the day.
I challenge you to fall in love with Jesus again. I beg you to begin spending time in His presence, that is how you become rooted and grounded in the Faith. Start your day in faith, refuse to make a move without consulting God first. Don’t let church just be something you attend a day or two a week, let it be where you are the church, where ever you find yourself at, you know God is with you because God resides in the Tabernacle of your Heart. And when we get back to that, than we will carry the glory.