Sabbath April 5 was a memorable day of good deeds, songs, prayer and praise, as we gathered with a special sense of purpose. While most of Metro's members went out to serve the community as part of our special project called "Beyond the Walls”, a small group of worshipers remained at the church in fasting and prayer. The songs "Bringing in the Sheaves" and "Seeking the Lost" took on an extra special meaning....
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Under the direction of Pastor Johns, our young adults, even those new to Metro, have been leading us in ministries to help the community surrounding the church. These times we are living in are called ‘Post Religious’, meaning religion does not matter anymore; so I get excited when I see young adults taking the lead in ministries that embrace the community and spread God’s love. It says a lot about our church when others see people of all age groups working together....
The last thing I wanted to do this past Sabbath was to go out into the community. It seemed like the week was never ending. I’d had several sleepless nights and I had started to feel defeated. It wasn’t until God spoke through one of the ladies on the praise team that I decided to go....
We extend a special invitation to you to join us during the weekend of January 18 and 19. As the Washington DC area takes part in the inauguration ceremony of President Barack Obama - we at Metro want to commemorate the event in our special way - by turning the focus to our Eternal President - Jesus Christ....
As a newly baptized member of Metro, I have been eager to get involved and give back in some way to the church that has given me so much in my short time being associated with them. On Sabbath, September 1, after vespers, Pastor B mentioned there would be a church
business meeting. Having never attended one of those things my curiosity was peaked, I wanted to know:
So I was cleaning up my email inbox, while listening to Pr. B's sermon, and came across this gem. It is a direct pull from this site but I was impressed by the Spirit to share it. I can relate to Philippians 4:6-7 the most. How about you?
Kisha Johnson knew she wanted to win something at AirBorn. She came reallly close on opening night - the giveaway went to the person whose birthday was closest to that date - July 28. "Kish" - as she's affectionately called by family and friends - stood up excitedly. Her birthday had been July 21. The presenter was about to give Kisha the prize, when the audience pointed out another guy she (the presenter) hadn't seen. Turned out his birthday was July 27 and he got the prize.
We've moved to the next phase of our AirBorn Flight Plan. Prior to this you should have completed the following tasks:
- identified the people you’d like to pray for over the next three months
- identified your prayer partners
- decided on a meeting place and time for your Prayer Cell (your weekly meeting with your prayer partners to fellowship and pray); you should now be meeting regularly on a weekly basis