Zion Baptist Church Men’s Day Choir Singing Somthing About the Name “Jesus”.
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The young people of the Zion Baptist Church, located in Hagerstown, MD perform during Sunday morning worship service.
Below is the message entitled “Don’t Look at the Lack but the Blessing” preached by Pastor Rickey A. Smith, Sr. on Sunday, May 2, 2010. They dynamic message will truly bless you.
Highlight from the July 17, 2010 concert. Enjoy.
On Saturday, July 17 at 6:00 p.m. the St. Matthew First Baptist Church Choir from Winnsboro, SC will give a concert. The concert will be held at the Zion Baptist Church located at 61 W Bethel Street in Hagerstown, MD. There is no cost of admission and a free will offering will be collected.
So, please mark you calendar and plan to join us for what will be a blessed evening.
Pastor Rickey A. Smith, Sr. of the Zion Baptist Church, Hagerstown, MD preaches an encouraging sermon entitle “Stretchable But Not Breakable”. God does not break his people, He stretches them. If you stretch forth your life to Him, He will stretch you, mold you, and form you into the image of Jesus Christ.
We pray you are blessed by the message below. To support the Zion Baptist Church ministry, please visit our website at www.ZBC61.org.
Pastor Rickey A. Smith, Sr. preaching on Sunday, May 2, 2010.
In this message Pastor Smith preaches that even when we feel we cannot make it on our own, we can ask God to order our footsteps. Even when we are in a desert place, as Jesus and His disciples where when He feed the 5000, God is supplying our needs. In our desert place, we can praise the Lord for his loving-kindness and mercy, because in THAT place, Jesus is there. Don’t look at the lack in your circumstance; look for the Lord and to the Lord. He is there.
Speakers included: Minister Timothy Hinkle, Life Family Ministries, Elder Michael Jewell, Greater Campher Temple, Evangelist Rodney Donaldson, Boonsboro Church of God, Pastor Carlos Reyes, Inner Court Family Worship Center, Minister Alma Stanford, Zion Baptist Church, Pastor Sharon Gibson, Ashbury United Methodist Church, and Pastor Gary Mebane, Calvary Temple of Praise.
The various messages are available on the Zion Baptist Church website at http://www.zbc61.org/2010GoodFriday.htm.