We Were Hacked, But We’re Not Hacked Off

If you are visiting our site to see what the Augusta Chronicle was talking about in Saturday Morning’s newspaper (4/27/18), well there is good and bad news.

First, the bad: We really were hacked, and whoever hacked us removed everything from our site.

Now for the good: We are still here worshiping and praising our Savior, Jesus Christ.

More good news: We are not hacked off! In fact, we are happy for the free publicity!

Even more good news to talk about: We are glad you stopped by, but we would be thrilled to have you join us in church! Don’t worry about not being good enough, perfect enough, or whatever, because none of us are all that good, and we certainly are not perfect. So if you struggle in life, if you know you are imperfect, well, we are the perfect place for you!

One last bit of good news: If you are hacked off with life, or with people who have hacked your happiness, we have a great message series just for you. We just started a new series called “Life’s Difficulties: Seeing God’s Bigger Plan.” Lets fact it, life can be tough. In fact, we can get hacked off at life, others, and even God. We experience hurt, pain, sadness, anger, and other emotions that leave us drained and wondering why God allowed this in our life. Well, God’s Word gives us some insight into how He uses tough stuff in our lives to grow us spiritually and more. Life’s difficulties are not the end; they are the beginnings of great grown in the Lord if handled correctly.

Join us for worship on Sundays @ 10:45AM and 6:00PM. If you want to learn more about prayer, or if you want to join us in prayer, we meet each Wednesday @ 6:30PM for a prayer meeting.

One final note, the Augusta Chronicle did not immediately return a call seeking comment.