Mitch McClure Speaks On "Learning How To Love God" On Sunday

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Middle Valley Church of God, at 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, Tennessee, adopted the theme, "Learning To Love," for the month of February, 2013.  

Pastor Mitch McClure explained, "As we enter the new year, most individuals make goals and resolutions relative to their lives.  These include exercise, diet, work habits, and, even, their spiritual life.  It is our plan to encourage those who attend Middle Valley to think about their relationship with God as we enter the new year.

I shall be preaching specially developed sermons each week in February." Pastor McClure will speak on the topic, "Learning How To Love God," in the 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday. 

Each Wednesday at 7 p.m. classes are made available for all age groupings. Pastor McClure is presently leading a Bible study on Grace.  This study is partially based on a book by Dr. David Jeremiah and is titled, Captured by Grace.
 
Sunday School is available each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. with classes for all age groupings.
 
Middle Valley Church of God was founded in 1946 and has served the Middle Valley community from the same location concentrating on community ministry with various ministry partnerships.  For additional information, please contact Pastor McClure at 423 843-1539.  Pastor McClure can also be followed on Facebook and Twitter.

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