Where traditional values are taught in a safe environment
Kindergarten through High School (now enrolling)
. . . of what use is feeling sorry for someone, or anyone? What does it accomplish? How does it help to improve anything or anyone? Are you a better person for feeling sorry for others? Are you a worse person for not feeling sorry for others? How do you know how any individual’s life will end? How do you know what is going to take place as a result of anyone’s suffering or difficulty? The Lord Jesus Christ died on the cross to provide for the salvation of His sheep, who hear His voice and who follow Him. How are you to judge, and who are you to judge the means He might employ in the life of a Rahab, a Ruth, or anyone else to prepare them for a consideration of the gospel? Therefore, by what right do you, or anyone else, feel sorry for another human being?
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: Pastor David M. Coe preaching||10:45 a.m.|
|Sunday Evening Service: Pastor David M. Coe preaching||6:00 p.m.|
|Nursery is available during all services.|
There are many passages of Scripture that you will never understand until some trying experience shall interpret them to you!
Charles H. Spurgeon