A Quick Word

A weekly blog allowing our leaders to share what
that the Lord has placed on their hearts.

Wednesday Nights at MPC

Click the video to hear about the new programs we have going on on Wednesday nights! There's something for everyone in the family. Join us!

We Are Kings & Queens

It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of Kings. For a while now I have been looking closely at Proverbs 25:2, and the reason is that this verse is a challenge and an encouragement. The first line is a challenge; it says that God conceals matters and it is an act of glory. To me this implies that learning and growing in understanding is not going to be easy. God conceals matter to show His glory. The next line is an encouragement to take up the challenge. It is saying that to find what is concealed is glorious. It does not stop there though. It is not simply glorious, it is the glory of kings. If we search things out that God conceals we can share in

Souper Bowl of Caring

"...for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me..." - Matthew 25:35 This year MPC is participating in the Souper Bowl of Caring campaign. A national program started in a church in SC in 1990, it empowers youth and unites communities around the time of the Big Game to help those in need. Using the Big Game as a platform, churches, businesses, civic groups, schools, are all called on to participate and notify Souper Bowl of Caring of their results. The participants determine the action and the recipient. It can be a cash fundraiser, a service project, a food collection. We are collecting cans of soup and donat

Dealing With Lament & Sadness

Are you feeling down in the new year? Are the issues of life weighing heavy on you? Be encouraged. The Lord sees you and is still with you. Join Pastor Jonathan as he gives you 3 Quick Tools on how to deal with lament and sadness. Want some more help with this topic? Check out these links: http://www.swva.net/fred1st/wif.htm https://gravityleadership.com/lament-as-mission-in-the-suburbs/ Remembering who you are in Christ will also help you during down times. Read the list below to reaffirm your identity! Who I Am In Christ (From Victory Over the Darkness , by Dr. Neil Anderson) I am accepted... John 1:12 I am God's child. John 15:15 As a disciple, I am a friend of Jesus Christ. Romans 5:1 I

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