Filled by God to be emptied for others!

As we continue to build a gathering of believers on the northeast side of Ardmore, God is blessing us with opportunities to broadcast His message.

4pm Sundays in Memphis and 6:30pm Mondays in Omaha

Memphis, TN
Omaha, NE

Available on Roku TV, Amazon Fire, and YouTube.

The Jar with Michael & Carrie Rogers, a podcast.

Weekly Opportunities

Ask about our Shield Groups!
702 H St NE, Ardmore


Gatherings at 10:30am and 4pm


Denise Skinner Clothes Closet at 8-11am (with Solid Rock)

Current Messages
Your Next Steps

Wondering how you can grow in your relationship with Jesus? Find out what your next steps are.

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Our Ministries are the life-blood of our church. Find life-giving community and get involved.

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Unable to attend in person? No problem! Participate remotely from any location by watching the recordings of our messages.

We want to help you discover how our extraordinary God connects to our real lives through…


Happiness can be fleeting. We all strive to find the things that give us a positive emotional jolt, but so often what we think will make us happy either misses the mark or ends too soon. Before we understand it, we need more better faster now to make us happy again.
Joy is made of sterner stuff. More than an0 emotion that crowds out reality, it takes on reality with a firm confidence that everything will work out. Even our tragedies teach us something about being human by pointing us to a Comforter who cares deeply about our tears.


Look closely at the jars and you’ll find so many similarities. Shallow necks, roughly the same size, same material. Yet every one has different styles, different colors, different patterns. We could say they are the same and we could say they are unique.
The same is true for us. We are all the same in that we are human beings, prone to make mistakes, striving to make something of ourselves. But we are so unique. Different races, different backgrounds, different personalities. Authenticity means celebrating what we have in common AND what is unique to us.


When Jesus is asked to reveal the greatest commandment, he answers with two that relate to each other. The first is to love God with all our hearts, souls, minds, and strength. This is difficult to do when we are broken, but Jesus died to bring wholeness to us.
The second is to love others as we love ourselves. Relationship with Him and the peace He brings helps us to understand and love ourselves. Love for Him and love for ourselves helps us love even our enemies. Relationship is the heart of what God seeks with us and for us.

And we are confident that He hears us whenever we ask for anything that pleases Him.
1 John 5:14, NLT

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