Tomorrow I will stand before my church and preach a sermon I’ve been praying God would allow me to preach for over 2 years. It was then (2.5 years ago) that I with a broken heart taught them how scripture requires us to deal with unrepentant sin in the life of a staff member. That same day I began praying for the day when I would be able to stand before the congregation with that same (former) staff member as he confesses his sin, proclaims his repentance and asks for forgiveness. Tomorrow, it seems God is going to answer that prayer. NOTHING brings revival to a church more than repentance. My advice – don’t miss tomorrow’s service at Capshaw for the world, you may not live long enough to see this again. If you don’t attend Capshaw please pray for us as we do our best to show the world that grace and truth are real.
We are thrilled to announce the beginning of our church planting initiative – ValleyLife.CC. Our goal is to plant biblically faithful and culturally relevant churches throughout the service area of the Tennessee Valley Authority. Our first plant is in Fayetteville, TN. We are looking at core group gatherings beginning in Jan 2015 and a full site launch on Easter of 2015 for the Fayetteville, TN Campus. Pray big!
For more information visit - http://www.valleylife.cc
At Capshaw Baptist we are in a series of sermons called, “The Power of Prayer”. We are focusing on the layout of the Old Testament Tabernacle as a pattern by which we can approach God. Specifically, we are looking at the tabernacle as a pattern or guide for our prayers. Here is a convenient guide to help you remember the various aspects of the tabernacle and how they can serve to guide your prayer life - Tabernacle Prayer 8.5×11