Declare His Glory Among the Nations
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TUE., NOV. 24
7:00pm
 
 
'Hour of Power' Prayer Meeting
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WED., NOV. 25
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6:30pm
 
 
Wednesday Prayer Meeting
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Bible Study
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THU., NOV. 26
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7:00pm
 
 
Youth Program
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Creative Arts Rehearsal
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FRI., NOV. 27
7:00pm
 
7:00pm
 
 
Young Adults (ages 19-24)
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Friday Night Prayer
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SUN., NOV. 29
9:00am
11:00am
 
 
 
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Welcome to MCA Online

 
MCA is home to over 1500 people from 45 different nations. We gather every Sunday at 9:00am & 11:00am (new service time) for Praise & Worship, followed by a time of prayer & preaching of the Word. After each service, we have refreshments in the gym. We also have mid-week activities, including after-school programs, family night and sports. MCA is a great place to Believe, to Belong & to Be Loved! Why not bring a friend?

A Word of Encouragement

 
Foresight

A nearsighted person can see things clearly that are close to them but not things that are far away. The opposite is someone who is farsighted, or in this case foresighted: having the ability to focus on things that are far away, or in the future. As Christians, we are called to focus on both—the present (near) and the future (far away). But sometimes we lose sight of the blessings yet to come.

Saints in the Old Testament were intentionally foresighted—they had a clearer vision of eternity than they had of the present. Hebrews 11:1-21 tells us of people like Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, and Jacob. Their earthly lives ended without realizing the complete fulfillment of the promises of God in Christ, but they didn’t mind. They knew they were aliens and strangers on earth, citizens of a better country—a heavenly one. And we should have the same kind of sight, focusing on the future as well as the present.

What are you focused on? Don’t let present circumstances, whether joys or sorrows, obscure your vision of the eternal blessings to come.

"For God so loved the world that He gave His One and Only Son, that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life."

(By David Jeremiah)

Blessings,

Pastor Ginette