A Chaplain deployed to Afghanistan reached out to Armed to Worship with an urgent need – he had a group of soldiers who wanted to worship, but their instruments and equipment were failing due to the harsh climate.
We have a great opportunity to support our troops currently serving in the Middle East. We are collecting donations of instruments, electronics, and gear to replace the old and broken equipment they are currently using for worship in the base chapel.
In most cultures the beginning of Spring is associated with the tradition of Spring Cleaning – a time to throughly refresh your home as well as your mind and body. An effort to dust off all that accumulated during the winter months. Now is a great time to take a careful look at your worship team and see where you can improve.
We’re seeing people make progress every time, and it is great to witness their journey.
It is incredible to see the community so strongly united in its mission to proclaim the name of Jesus Christ.
Join us Sunday 19 November at 6:30 at the Bellbrook Middle School for community worship
We had a great time at Guitar & Coffee Night this week. Big thanks again to BellHOP Cafe for blessing us with the space. 13 people from 5 different churches all motivated to worship Jesus Christ.
We are partnering with Living Harvest Church to create a worship team from their existing congregation. We will be working with them for the next 4 weeks.
Our lives can still look like the stained glass window on the outside of the church- broken and dirty. We must not hide our pasts. We have to embrace what God has saved us from and allow him to change us. We must let him shine through.
We were blessed with the opportunity to host Worship As One with Renegade Music Ministries at Schofield Barracks, in Wahiawa Hawaii. Over 150 members of the community joined us for training, fellowship, and a night of prayer and praise! A big Thank You to the Schofield Chaplains for providing the location and resources!