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
December Prayer Focus: “Unity, Holiness, Trust God“. Join us, in prayer, for the following each week:
Week 1: Pray for special encouragement for the Saints of God during trying times.
Week 2: Pray for His will to prevail with the National Association of the Church of God (NACOG).
Week 3: Pray for the NACOG newly-elected female leaders Dr. Sanders and Dr. Bailey.
Week 4: Pray for the safety of all children and young adults who will be out of school!
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 Three Trees” by Angela Elwell Hunt
Oh, how this story brings tears to my eyes! It’s powerful imagery is a good reminder throughout the year, but it’s relation to the Nativity Story is why it made this list.
Three trees have big dreams. One wants to become a treasure box. Another desires to be made into a large sailing ship. The third dreams of remaining planted, growing tall enough to reach heaven. But just like our lives, their dreams aren’t always what God has planned for us.
The first tree doesn’t become a treasure box, per se, but it ends up holding the Greatest Treasure of all when it becomes a manger which cradles the newborn Savior (Luke 2:7,12). Instead of a mighty ship, the second becomes a meager fishing boat that totes Jesus as He calms the waters (Matthew 8:23-27). The third becomes the cross that bore Jesus at His death (Mark 15:37). Not only does this story teach us about Christ, but it reminds us our dreams are in good Hands. He “is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine” (Ephesians 3:20).
“Taste and see how good the Lord is! The one who takes refuge in him is truly happy!” – Psalms 34:8
“The angel replied, ‘The Holy Spirit will come over you and the power of the Most High will overshadow you. Therefore, the one who is to be born will be holy. He will be called God’s Son.”– Luke 1:35
“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever!” – Hebrews 13:8