What Time Is It?

Do you remember when you first learned how to tell the time? You learned the numbers first and then the order they go in. You then learned that a.m. is day and p.m. is night. You learned next how to look at the numbers together and know how much time is left in an hour or even the day.

But what about before that? My child is that way. He just knows night and day for now and wants to get the most out of every day. It was a good day for him if he got to do whatever he could in a day no matter the hour. Oh the simplicity of such a view of time.

Why can't we learn to think that way again? We after all are like children to God. He is over all time and our time is surely limited. So, what time is it for you? Don't let your life be totally dictated by the hour on the clock or the tasks of the day, but enjoy your life and learn to count your days with wisdom. Your days that are given are a blessing from God. Let's consider what it is time for us to do that really matters the most. God bless you as you do.We hope to see you on Sunday. Love and blessings, Rob

Answer the Call

Have you ever missed an important phone call? What made that call any different from others you ignore? What makes us ignore some calls and value another? It's very clearly who is calling us that makes it important! God is still making calls. He's calling you, and He's calling me. He calls more than once too. He is patient in his calling, and God will even leave a message. His message is clear. I'm calling you, and I await your answer. What will be your answer to the calling of God?

Call It What It Is

Let's get to the point. Let's be honest. Let's call it what it is. Have you ever been in a conversation like that? The opposite is to act as if it is not what it is or to deny or call it something else. This presents a problem with honesty. This causes whatever it is to not be properly addressed  or dealt with. We live in a very subjective, opinion led society today where the search for truth is still happening, but the search is often abandoned for some other reason. 
We have a battle with the unseen, the unheard, the unknown, the unproven, and the unaware. Those that are unaware call it whatever they see, but do they really see? The unheard leaves us confused wondering if it is something else. The unknown leaves us either scared or searching for answer to whatever it is. The unproven leaves us asking how long will it last? Is it enough for me?
Jesus taught "by their fruit you may see or know," and "believe in me based upon the evidence that you have seen or heard." Jesus called it sin, evil, and Satan. Jesus said that "I am the way, the truth, and the life," or I am it in other words. Are you calling it what it is? You cannot save yourselves from whatever it is in your life. People will also let you down with whatever it is. Turn your uncertainties over to God in these uncertain times. Call it what it is as you call upon the name of Jesus Christ!

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Who Do You Talk To?

When was the last time you talked to the president or even the governor? Most of us would say never. What would you say if you had the opportunity? What would you talk about? What would  you request? Would it be awkward? Would  it be an experience you’d never forget? What about talking to God? We can do that and we often forget. God actually wants to hear from you. His office is open. His availability is always. Approach God with the assurance that a prayer offered in faith will certainly be  heard and answered. He’s waiting, so go ahead and give God a call.


Be Transformed

When’s the last time you broke something? Do you remember when that was? Do you remember what it was? Maybe you broke it accidentally or even on purpose? Things get broken. Some of those things carry more value than others. Some things we break can even be priceless or irreplaceable. So, what can we do about what’s broken in our lives? Maybe you are broken by your own doing? Maybe someone has brought some brokenness in your life? In these times, the pieces have to be put back together much like a puzzle. It may happen soon or it may take several years. Let God help you restore what has been broken. He truly knows the cost and Jesus has already paid the price.

I Messed Up

Sometimes in life we mess up. Are you a messy person? Were you a mess maker as a child? Maybe you are a messy adult? We’ve got messed up rooms, messed up cars, messed up bank accounts, and on on on it goes, if we’re honest. Life gets messy. A lot of these messes are our own doing. Some of them are less than others, but some of our messes may take a long time to fix. Some of our messes not only hurt us but other people. So, what’s the solution? What’s the magic cleaner? Turn your messes over to God. Receive that cleansing, and then go and do what you can to clean up your messes.

Summer Break?

146803241924669Summer is sure in full swing. I wonder if you have taken any time to slow down and enjoy the blessings of this season? Maybe you have been on vacation, at the pool, in the garden, on the ball fields, or simply on the porch sitting which is one of my favorites. But what about summer with the church? Have you taken a vacation from the Lord and the church? If so, just know that you are always welcome back at any season of your life. Our Lord and Savior never takes a vacation and is the God of all seasons.


Click the links below for more info and to hear our vbs radio ad. Our VBS will be July 24-28th at 6 p.m. nightly. All are welcome to attend, but we really encourage parents to come and stay with the youth. Arrive early for registration. Call the church office with any questions?

West Virginia Flood Relief Efforts

07-09-16 UPDATE: WV Flood Relief Efforts Info...How You Can Help
Compiled by Rob Fraser- Minister for the George Street
Church of Christ 108 George St. St Marys, WV 
304-684-7811 or 966-8838 (cell, text)
The church can collect supplies from you, but please take things yourself if you’re are going to work at any of these places. Workers should plan on having good gloves and boots that can get through mud. Helpful websites that are updated weekly are below.
1.For the Elkview area- Coordinator- Joe Pauley (Supplies, workers, money donations, and driver with trailer will be needed eventually.. If you have any questions this week, Joe says it is best to call the church (304-965-5660). They'll have the answers for you. ) They’ll take fans (big need), squeegees (big need), diabetic food, shovels, Tylenol, Ibuprofen, antibiotic cream, heavy-duty brooms (big need), bleach, and totes (one of their biggest needs). ‘Please send all monetary donations to: Alan Ketchem c/0 Elkview Church of Christ 2031 McNabb Dr. Elkview WV 25071 Write flood relief on your check please
2.For White Sulphur Springs, WV - Mike Baumgartner- Disaster Assistance CoC “Combating Natural Disasters with Acts of God” 281-881-1876 www.disasterassistancecoc.com
Make any checks out to: Disaster Assistance Mission
402 Center Way St., Lake Jackson, TX 77566 (This effort could last one month or longer) They are located at 325 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs. That is across for the Greenbrier Hotel. They are behind the church at the top of the hill. (You either have to bring a camper, a tent, or stay at a nearby hotel for housing. Arrangements have been made with WV State Fair Grounds RV Park in Lewisburg. You can get camper spots anytime in July for only $15.00 per night.) What they need: Individually Bagged Chips and Snack Cakes, Water, Gatorade, Clorox Wipes, Ketchup & Mustard packets. Gift cards (Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot or gas cards)
3.Also, here locally John Strimer is coordinating supplies and workers to go to Clay and Clay County as his area of focus starting the week of the 3rd. This effort also involves Casey Edwards at Galaxy Food Store and Rod Sayre at our local hardware store. You can go for the day trips mostly. Call or text :488-4957 for more info. Financial donations can be made at : Pleasants County Bank and items needed are: Non perishable foods (canned or boxed), box fans, shovels, rakes, 5 gallon cleaning buckets.