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Do you know anyone that always seems to find something to grumble about?  When it is summer time—the weather is too hot.  During the winter—it’s too cold.  An attitude of constant complaining hinders us from being thankful and being able to enjoy a full compliment of the Lord’s blessings.  We can read many accounts in the scripture where God became angry with the children of Israel because of their grumbling.  They complained because they had no food, so God through diving power, sent them manna to cover the ground each day except on the Sabbath.  You know it; they began to grumble because they got tired of eating the same thing everyday.  God was giving them food miraculously everyday, but the people were not satisfied.  The story is told of a lady who was known as an incurable grumbler.  Constantly complaining about everything.  At last, her preacher thought he had found something about which she would be happy for her farm crop was the finest for miles around.  When he met her, he said with a beaming smile, “You must be very happy Mary.  Everyone is saying how healthy your potatoes look this year.”  “True they’re pretty good, but what am I going to do when I need bad ones to feed the pigs?”  It makes you ask the question, “How can a blessed person become so ungrateful?”  I want to remind you of what the 100 Psalm says, “Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His Name.”  My fellow bothers and sisters, don’t let ingratitude robe you of your chance to get in sync with the heart of our Heavenly Father. 
Dr. Kelvin W. Croom
Senior Pastor
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pastor_pics_3.jpgChurch Administration

Senior Pastor

Dr. Kelvin W. Croom

 Executive Pastor

Rev. Bessie McCaw

Associate Pastors

                          Rev. Erroll Lewis

                          Rev. Tyler Walker



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Whosoever therefore shall confess me  before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven.  But  whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven.

Matthew 10:32-33