Ordinary Grace

Ordinary Grace

Saturday November 18th and Sunday November 19th, 2017 Saturday Speaker: Pastor Myra Moreland Saturday Scripture: Leviticus 23:39-43 Sunday Speaker: Pastor Jeff Nelson Sunday Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-17 Click on link below to view bulletin 11-18 Saturday 11-19...

Blessed Abundantly

Dear Friends, “I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this that the One who began a good work in you will carry it on...
Abundantly Blessed!

Abundantly Blessed!

Saturday November 11th and Sunday November 12th, 2017 Speaker: Pastor Jeff Nelson Book: Luke 5:1-11 Click on link below to view bulletin 11-11 Saturday 11-12 Contemporary 11-12...
Don’t Waste It

Don’t Waste It

Saturday November 4th and Sunday November 5th, 2017 Speaker: Pastor Jeff Nelson Book: Matthew 26:6-13 Click on link below to view bulletin 11-5 Saturday 11-5 Contemporary 11-5...

Now is the Time – Adrianna

Adrianna Marino and her two sons, Zander and Valin, are some of the many new faces that have made Royal Oak First their home this past year. “My boys go to Royal Oak Middle School. There were two pretty public incidents of racial intimidation in their school...
For Such a Time as This

For Such a Time as This

Saturday October 28th and Sunday October 29th, 2017 Speaker: Pastor Jeff Nelson Book: Esther 4:14 Click on link below to view bulletin 10-28 Saturday 10-29 Arise 10-29...

Now is the Time – Natalia and Anna

Anna and Natalia met in day care when they were less than one year old. The summer before thrid grade, Ann had been looking forward going to Choir Camp but was nervous about not knowing other kids very well. She invited Natalia to come to camp with her… the rest is...

Letter From Pastor – 10-22-17

Dear Friends, Let me tell you about my oldest son, Casey. Casey is now a middle schooler. He is in sixth grade at Royal Oak Middle School. This is a big year for him. Having moved to Royal Oak in the fifth grade, Casey felt that he was always behind relationally....