REv. Troy L. M. Denson, Sr.
Featuring Rev. Theresa M. Denson & family
Word of the Day: "God's Peace"
Scripture: Philippians 4:4-7
Our prayer-scripture this morning is a frequently read scripture. In this Word, the Apostle Paul reminds us to "be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus." Fellow Christians, God knows our needs and requests, and often God's immediate response is "Peace". Friends, with so much going on in our postmodern (21st Century) world, God's peace is available and can occur in the midst of all that we are facing, until our changes come. God will answer our prayers. Thus, today, let us pray with humility and thanksgiving, letting God know what is on our hearts. And God will respond to us with Peace.
Rev. Troy L. M. Denson serves as the Vice Chair of Sunday School Topics Exposition Committee with the Missionary Baptist Ministers Conference of DC. And in this week's Sunday School Exposition for the upcoming Sunday (May 28, 2019), Rev. Denson highlighted 3 challenges and their Jesus-led anecdotes for new leaders who will be sharing the gospel. This study is lifted from the UMI Bible Study Manual.
FAMILY MINISTRY - EASTER/ 2019
Message: "It is Finished: Thank You Jesus" Scripture: St. Matt. 25: 14-30
During the 7 Last Words of Christ service, 2019, at Full Gospel Baptist Church, in Cooksville, MD... Rev. Troy L. M. Denson shares the 6th Word of Christ - "It is Finished", and offered several reasons for us to be thankful for Jesus' accomplishment of God's mission on earth through his life and ministry.
In Our Easter "Digs"
Storee played as the blind-boy that was healed by Jesus, during the church's Easter production.
Rev. Theresa Denson serving in the Liturgical Dance Team on this Easter Sunday. In this dance she represents Jesus, and the other ladies represent all of us rejecting Jesus; but Jesus was thinking of "us" and empowering "us" while he experienced his crucifixion. View and interpret the video and be blessed!