Do you need prayer?
The Langley Prayer Line is staffed by Langley ministers and prayer team members.
Monday prayer 6:15 am – 6:45 am and 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm
Wednesday prayer 6:15 am – 6:45 am and 11:15 am -12 noon
Friday prayer 6:15 am – 6:45 am
Call in with prayer requests, to connect, to pray together and for any other needs.
Let us shelter under the mighty wings of God.
Langley’s Prayer Line:
Access code: 471-150-100
November Prayer Focus: “Casting Your Cares Upon Him, for He Careth for you.” 1 Peter 5:7
Happy November! Join us in prayer for the following each week:
Week 1: Pray for the downtrodden, depressed and homeless around the world.
Week 2: Pray that our witness as Saints will be fruitful and positive.
Week 3: Pray children will not get confused about gender issues. Pray that the Lord will help them escape the gender oppression imposed on them by schools, media, tv, movies, etc.
Week 4: Pray for spiritual leaders and elected officials worldwide. Blessings!
Tithes & Offerings: At this time, we are asking that you give your tithes and offerings through Bill Pay, only. Please do not mail or drop off your tithes and/or offering. Bill Pay can be set up through your bank (please call, go online, or visit your bank to establish this payment system). Thank you!
66th National Ushers Convention
Our 66th National Ushers Convention is scheduled to be held in Atlanta, Georgia May 11 thru May 15, 2022. The registration deadline has been moved to January 31, 2022. For registration information, please click here.
For COVID-19 Vaccination Information, please click here.
Holiday Inspiration: The Candymaker’s Gift by Helen and David Haidle
Candy canes have long been a symbol of Christmas. They pop up the day after Halloween and can be found in nearly every flavor imaginable. This precious story retells of the legend of the first candy cane.
An old candymaker wants to teach local children the real meaning of Christmas. With the help of his granddaughter, he makes a new candy to tell them about Jesus.
He flavors it with peppermint to remind the children of the spices the wise men brought to Jesus. Its hardness reminds them Jesus is “the Rock” (1 Corinthians 10:4), and the white symbolizes His sinless life. Its staff-like shape reminds them that He is the Good Shepherd, and when flipped is a “J” for Jesus. The stripes symbolize the cross and the wounds He endured. They are painted red for the love of God and the blood He shed (John 3:16). All aspects combined, this sweet treat beautifully illustrates what Jesus did for us, and I promise this story will touch your heart.
“And she gave birth to a son, a male child, who is to rule all the nations with a rod of iron; and her child was caught up to God and to His throne.” – Revelation 12:5
“Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” – John 1:29
“Praise the Lord, all nations! Extol him, all peoples! For great is his steadfast love toward us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. Praise the Lord!” – Psalm 117
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