Wearing A Mask?

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy discusses the mask we wear in his sermon on II Kings 5:1-27. Below is prerecorded video and audio of the sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

WEARING A MASK? 

Text: II Kings 5:1-27

We will be holding our Food Pantry on June 23rd from 9:30-noon. For more information, please see the resources tab on our website.

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IN PROSPECT 05/31/2020

This Sunday, join us at 9:30 AM for Combined Bible Study. Afterwards, there will be music from our Praise Team and Worship Service at 10:45 AM.

This week, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy’s sermon titled, “Wearing a Mask”, will discuss; II Kings 5:1-27 . We would love for you to join us!

If you are unable to join us but would still like to hear the sermons, check out our weekly website update and our archives.

With the continued presence of Covid 19, we ask that you continue to follow CDC guidelinesfor health safety. Please maintain a six foot distance from anyone not in your immediate family (they live in the same house with you). Be safe, be considerate; if you need to cough or sneeze, please use a tissue or cough/sneeze into the inside bend of your elbow. Wash hands frequently and use hand sanitizer if available. Remember, we love one another, but we cannot hug or shake hands at this time. Feel free to wear a mask to cover your nose and mouth. If you are sick, please stay home.

We will be holding our Food Pantry on June 23rd from 9:30-noon. For more information, please see the resources tab on our website.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 352-683–2863.

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THE LAST ENEMY

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy gives his Memorial Day Sermon. Below is a prerecorded video of the sermon that you can watch and links to the verses that are being discussed.

I. Why do people die? Because we are sinners.

Text: Romans 6:23; Romans 3:10; Romans 3:23

II. What happens at death?

  1. Luke 23:43
  2. II Corinthians 5:8
  3. Revelation 1:18
  4. Luke 16:22-23
  5. Luke 16:26
  6. I Thessalonians 4:13-14, 3:12-13

III. Are you ready?

  1. Matthew 24:26
  2. Acts 16:30-31
  3. Romans 10:9-10
  4. Romans 5:17-27
  5. II Corinthians 5:21

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Heavy Hands

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy discusses the importance of prayer life and how prayer life is critical to the winning of the battle. He tells us not to give up too soon and uses examples from the scriptures below to explain that sometimes we need others to hold our hands up.

Below is a prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon that you can watch or listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

We apologize for the crackling sound in the sound recording of the sermon and hope to have the issue fixed by the next post.

Heavy hands

TEXT: Exodus 17:8-16

I. Life is filled with struggle. V8

II. Nobody can do it all. V9

III. Where battles are fought. V10-11

IV. How to win battles. V12-13

V. The need to remember. V14

VI. Remember the rallying place. V15-16

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GOOD ADVICE

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks about mothers, fathers and even grandparents and the importance of teaching the good things. He also elaborates on what those good things are from the scriptures listed below.

Below is a prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon that you can watch or listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

GOOD ADVICE

TEXT: Titus 2:3-5

Background: II Timothy 1:3-5, II Timothy 3:1-6

Introduction: Titus 1:4-5

I. Advice for Titus: Titus 2:1

II. Advice for Men: Titus 2:2

III. Advice for Women: Titus 2:3-5

Conclusion: James 1:22

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IN PROSPECT 05/10/2020

This Sunday, join us at 9:30 AM for Combined Bible Study. Afterwards, there will be music from our Praise Team and Worship Service at 10:45 AM.

This week, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy’s sermon titled, “Good Advice”, will discuss; Titus 2:3-5, II Timothy 1:3-5, II Timothy 3:1-6, Titus 1:4-5, and James 1:22. We would love for you to join us!

If you are unable to join us but would still like to hear the sermons, check out our weekly website update and our archives.

With the continued presence of Covid 19, we ask that you continue to follow CDC guidelines for health safety. Please maintain a six foot distance from anyone not in your immediate family (they live in the same house with you). Be safe, be considerate; if you need to cough or sneeze, please use a tissue or cough/sneeze into the inside bend of your elbow. Wash hands frequently and use hand sanitizer if available. Remember, we love one another, but we cannot hug or shake hands at this time. Feel free to wear a mask to cover your nose and mouth. If you are sick, please stay home.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 352-683–2863.

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Crisis Crossroads

We apologize for the technical difficulties at the start of the sermon.

The scripture is mostly from I & II Samuel.

I. Crossroad: Giant. Crisis: Fear – I Samuel 17:32-33; 44-51.

II. Crossroad: Saul. Crisis: Betrayal – I Samuel 18:5-14; I Samuel 26:23.

III. Crossroad: Bathsheba. Crisis: Sexual Temptation – II Samuel 11.

IV. Crossroad: Nathan. Crisis: Sin Confronted – I Samuel 12:1-7, 9; Psalm 51:1-4.

V. Crossroad: God. Crisis: Decisions. II Samuel 7:18-22.

Conclusion: Psalm 51:10-12.

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Pastor Gandy’s message about church reopening.

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Church Schedule Update!

Great News!  We will be open for services beginning May 3.  Please be respectful of the social guidelines put in place during this Corona Virus pandemic.  We have a large sanctuary, so use the space and spread out.

  1. Try to maintain that 6 foot distance between yourself and others who are not your immediate family members.
  2. As much as we love one another, now is not the time for hugging and handshaking. 
  3. Remember to cover your nose and mouth if you need to cough or sneeze (there are boxes of tissues dispersed throughout the sanctuary).
  4. Wash your hands frequently and use sanitizer if you have it. 
  5. If your immune system is compromised, follow the advice of your physician when returning to social gatherings and do what you feel is best.
  6. If you are not feeling well or if you know you have been personally exposed to someone who has the virus, please stay home. 

The sermon will be posted and it may even be live on Facebook on Sunday morning.
The Sunday school classes that normally met at 9:30 am will be combined and meet in the Fellowship Hall, a large room where we can space ourselves out.  Pastor Steve will be teaching the lesson.On Wednesday nights we will meet at 6:30 in the sanctuary to continue Pastor Eddie’s study of the Book of Acts.  The same guidelines apply.