Where traditional values are taught in a safe environment
Kindergarten through High School (now enrolling)
The first example is a man named John A. Conner, a giant of a man who stood about 6’ 3” and weighed well over 200 pounds, a Texas cowboy, horse trader, and farmer who was never without his Stetson cowboy hat and never far from a coffee can stuffed with hay that he used for a spittoon. The eldest of thirteen children, John Conner never went past third grade, could do little more than sign his own name, but was a provider for his siblings from his childhood and respected by everyone who had ever heard his name. John Conner was my maternal grandfather, the man I was named for, and a towering example of manhood to me to this day. For more than fifty years in Wheeler County, Texas it was John Conner who was called upon to settle disputes between violent men, not the sheriff. It was John Conner who was called upon to calm down cantankerous drunkards, not the county sheriff. It was John Conner who hired dissolute men so he could pay them money to feed their families. It was my grandfather, John Conner, who filled his pickup with produce that he had grown, with pork sausage he had produced, and with chickens and eggs from his own chicken coop, to make the rounds of the county’s widow women to make sure they had food to eat, and to occasionally hand them money to pay for utilities. I am not sure anyone on earth ever knew what he did besides my grandmother and me as a result of riding along with him and adoring him for it. He defined manhood for me. Oh, how I miss him to this day, and how thankful to God I am for him.
If you do not have a Church home and you live in the Los Angeles area you can call our office for directions. Please remember, however, that the thrust of our Church's ministry is to bring the lost to Christ. We are committed to each Christian being faithful to his present Church home.
|Sunday Morning Service: Behold Evil, Look On Iniquity – Habakkuk 1.13||10:45 a.m.|
|Sunday Evening Service: A Jesus Follower – Philippians 3.17||6:00 p.m.|
|Nursery is available during all services.|
I do not believe that we can preach the gospel if we do not preach the sovereignty of God in the dispensation of grace.
Charles H. Spurgeon