Metro is ready to celebrate Black History Month! As we move through the month, we'll celebrate our African, West Indian and African American heritage, and close out with a celebration of our church history. We've got powerful preaching and awesome music planned - you don't want to miss a week!
Do you sit in church week after week and think that your talent doesn't matter because it doesn't fall in line with angelic singing or impactful preaching? For five minutes, let’s get away from the idea that talented churchgoers are only singers and orators.
Take a few minutes to consider what you’re good at.
Think outside of your church title or responsibilities, or the fact that you don't have any church title or responsibilities.
Our Pathfinders continue their world tour for their annual Valentine's Day banquets. This year they're staying "local" - heading down to 'Nawlins (New Orleans). The grand event takes place at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday evening, February 15 at the MAC. Purchase tickets online or from any counselor.
When did the field of healthcare become a battleground? In the old days, the word of the revered white-haired doctor, who was also often a member of the community, was law. He was the repository of all wisdom medical. If he said there was nothing more he could do for you and that you were going to die, well that was just too bad for you! Today, doctors are simply "health care providers" and pharmaceutical companies market directly to patients via TV and the Internet. Patients walk in to the doctor's office with a diagnosis in one hand and a suggestion for the prescription in the other.