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“For where two or three gather in my name, there I am with them.”- Matthew 18:20

Whatever the size of our congregation, this verse shows that Godly community is important to growth. We can of course have wonderful moments of prayer or revelation while alone, but there is something special about believers coming together.  Both are important in our walk with God.

Pastor John Ornee has part two of a Nehemiah teaching series this Sunday;  Nehemiah 1:1-11 The Priority of Prayer. 

 We have taken appropriate measures to provide a safe environment for our community to worship together. These steps are in accordance with national clinical expert advice and state ordinances.

We will continue to provide live streaming on FB and have the service available for viewing after as well on FB, YouTube, and our website.  We will continue to work to improve these options.

We look forward to worshiping with those who want to come together on Sundays.  For those whose comfort level is to stay away from larger group gathering, we will miss you and look forward to being together soon.

  • Daily prayer: God gives us His word to study it, and to gain insight into the Salvation that comes by trusting in Jesus Christ.  Jesus uses it to prepare and to equip his people to do every good work( 2nd Timothy 3:17). Do not fall into the enemy’s trap, with fear of this virus. Fear has no hold on me. God has not given us a spirit of fear but of sound mind. Use his words in your daily walk. Pray out loud so the enemy must flee. Pray for the weak and the negative people around you, that they become stronger. We need to be a good example of God’s work in us. Thank you Lord for putting a shield of protection around my family and friends. Bless them as they go about their day and let no harm come to them. Lord I humble and bow before you to thank you for the power of obedience and following your ways. I pray for our Nation, that this virus needs to die from the root. This will happen when we all pray against this together. – Amen.  
  • Giving- please continue with tithes either via online giving through our website www.ebenzerjoy.org or mailing it to the church or dropping it off at the church.  If you have any questions or concerns about options, please contact the office, Keith Mokma or Chris Slagh. 
  • Pastoral Care Needed? For any pastoral care needs this week contact Dale Becksford at 616.566.2879; dbbeckfordford@gmail.com or one of the Elders.
  • facebook.com/joyministriesebenezer to watch the sermon Sunday morning 9:30am.   You can watch it again on our FB page later, on our website or youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5nPm368GgiT-1SrafXQcqw/  
  • Please enjoy some music via the links below and spend some time in prayer when you can:
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKo3T0j9qqo  
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHAZGXsVF1k  
Blessings and hugs to all.  We keep the Ebenezer family in prayer and look forward to being together Sunday!
 
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