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It is He who made the earth by His power, who established the world by His wisdom, and by His understanding stretched out the heavens.

~ Jeremiah 10:12 (ESV) ~ 


A Note from Our Pastor/Teacher Stephen Davey


Once again, we’re on the threshold of our Summer Series. It is a privilege to bring choice servant-leaders to our church for another highly anticipated series.

This summer is a special collection of past favorite guests along with some new faces. Our theme will center around the power and sovereignty of God as we strengthen our resolve to trust Him during these days of great opposition and even greater opportunity!

Our guest list features institutional presidents, bestselling authors and world-renowned pastors. We’ve carefully selected men who’ve weathered the storms of life – and ministry – and come equipped to teach us in our walk with Christ. 

My prayer this summer is that you will be encouraged in your walk with Christ – your powerful Savior and Creator God!


Services at 9:30 & 11 am

Full programming available for Children, Students, College & ABFs at their normal times.

July 7 — Bill Crowder

Bill is a former pastor who recently retired from the Our Daily Bread Ministries staff, where he authored many devotionals, Bible Study materials, and books such as Wisdom for Our Worries and Gospel on the Mountains. He’ll continue to be a contributing writer for the ministry, and cohost the national radio program, Discover the Word. Bill and his wife, Marlene, have five children and several grandchildren. 

July 14 — Ray Pritchard

Ray serves as president of Keep Believing Ministries, which focuses on equipping and encouraging people through the gospel. He also co-hosts Today’s Issues on American Family Radio, and ministers extensively throughout the world, including Ukraine, Uganda, and China. He’s authored 31 books, including Stealth Attack and The Healing Power of Forgiveness. He and his wife Marlene have been married for 49 years.

July 21 — Danny Akin

Danny is celebrating his 20th anniversary as president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is also a professor of preaching and theology. Known as an advocate for international missions and expository preaching, he also has a reputation as a faithful husband and father, and genuine man of God. Danny and his wife Charlotte have four married sons who also work in ministry and 15 grandchildren.

July 28 — Richard Bargas

Richard is a longtime pastor, former faculty associate at The Master’s Seminary (2006-2018), frequent conference speaker, and current executive director of IFCA International. He also writes an online blog titled “Always Reforming.”  He and his wife Wendy have been married for 34 years and have four daughters. 

August 4 — Gary Chapman

Gary is a renowned pastor, counselor and author of numerous bestselling books, including The 5 Love Languages, which has been published in more than 50 languages. He also hosts the nationally syndicated radio program, A Love Language Minute, and the Moody radio program Building Relationships. Gary and his wife Karolyn live in Winston-Salem.

August 11 — Jim Cymbala

Jim is the senior pastor of The Brooklyn Tabernacle church in Brooklyn, New York. Before God called him to ministry, Jim enjoyed success as a college basketball player and businessman. He and his wife Carol, who directs the acclaimed Brooklyn Tabernacle choir, have witnessed God’s faithfulness at work at the Tabernacle for more than 50 years.

August 18 — Erwin Lutzer

Erwin is Pastor Emeritus of The Moody Church, where he faithfully served as senior pastor for 36 years before retiring in 2016. He’s also the featured speaker on several radio programs, including “Running to Win,” a daily Bible-teaching broadcast. Dr. Lutzer has authored several books, including Pandemics, Plagues, and Natural Disasters, The Church in Babylon, and No Reason to Hide: Standing for Christ in a Collapsing Culture.

August 25 — Mark Bailey

Mark was named chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary in 2020 after serving for 19 years as president. In addition to his 35 years at Dallas Seminary, he has pastored various churches in Arizona and Texas, led numerous tours to Israel and the Middle East, and authored several books, including To Follow Him: The Seven Marks of a Disciple and Nelson’s New Testament Survey.