This year, at New Bethel’s 129th #HOMECOMING Service, Pastor Tracy Bell preached on being #BLESSED by God– no matter what! If you gave you life to Jesus Christ, then God has blessed you even in the midst of your troubles. This is the promise to those who choose to believe in His Son. It goes along with the promise of Heaven for the forgiveness of our sins. Have you trusted Christ today as your Lord & Savior? God is ready to embrace and accept you with open arms! #tooblessedtobestressed #itwasgodsgrace #igotmyblessing...
In the wake of Hurricane Florence, Pastor Tracy Bell PREACHED on the storms of life that we all face. It is a guarantee that storms will come into our lives, no matter what. So how do we face them? God reminds us that He is an ever-present help at every stage of our lives! #peacebestill #hurricaneflorence #ifithadnotbeenfortheLord #peaceinatimeoftrouble...
Why do bad things happen to good people? If we serve the Lord and are faithful to Him and those around us, why do we still suffer? Pastor Tracy Bell dove right into those same questions through the life of Job in this message to the congregation. You may be going through now-- but know that God has ONLY YOUR GOOD in mind!...
Mephibosheth was lame in BOTH feet-- a cripple. And he was the grandson of King David's mortal enemy, Saul. Yet David called for him to sit and dine at his table in the palace. Some may have questioned whether that would be an appropriate place for him, given his family's history and being handicapped. ...
God is our refuge from the storms that life brings! Like an umbrella, He covers us. But like an umbrella, if we choose to step out from under it-- or out from under Him-- we are vulnerable to the storms that come. Pastor Tracy Bell talked about The Secret Place, that place where you go to be with God during trials & tribulations....
Pastor Tracy Bell tells the people of God to stay connected with one another, coming from 1 Thessalonians 5:12-23. "...know them which labour among you...," both within the leadership of the church and throughout the laity, and understand the challenges that each of us face from day-to-day. Hezekiah Walker sang it best, " I need you, You need me, We're all a part of God's body."...