Church Blog

It’s here where you will find news about HMC and devotionals written by the leadership team.

A Thing Worth Pursuing!

If you could have anything in the world, what would you choose? Doesn’t that question get your mind rolling? So many possibilities… maybe a bass boat! Or new kitchen cabinets! Or possibly a decadent house on the French Riviera for those of you who set your sights higher! While many of us enjoy this thought experiment as a fun but harmless activity, many people actually begin obsessing over trying to acquire their most extravagant desires. Their single minded devotion to…

Courage For The New Year

      Each of us wish each other a happy new year when Jan 1 rolls around. Most of us enter the year wondering what will happen this year?  How will our health be? Will we be able to keep our job? What will this school year be like?  Will we see the end of the year? What pandemic will we have this year? Will the economy pick up or fall apart?       In Joshua chapter 1 we find Joshua with…

A New Year Resolution

In nothing be anxious, but in everything, by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your thoughts in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:6-7 World English Bible At the end of each year it seems there are unknown things about the new year, that causes us stress. This past year has been somewhat of a roller coaster ride and the year ahead has…

SPIRIT OF GIVING!

This is the week of Christmas. When I think of Christmas, I first think of Jesus coming as a baby. I then meditate upon why he came. In Matthew 1:21 it tells us that Mary had a son and they should call Him Jesus; for “He will save His people from their sins.” All Mighty God loved the “world so much, He gave His only begotten Son” John 3:16. That speaks of love and love always gives. Love never takes…

Bless The Lord!

Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! [Psalm 103:1 (ESV)] David chose to praise, glorify, and bless the Lord with his soul – his innermost being, and everything that he was.  He turned all of his thoughts and affections toward the Lord, and did not simply speak empty words as we sometimes do.  He blessed God due to His holiness, and later acknowledged all the ways that God provides for us…