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MCC Order of Services

SUNDAY MORNING SUNDAY SCHOOL Start @ 9:00am

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE Start @ 10:00am

MONDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY ..... Start @ 7:00pm

WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTERCESSION Start @ 7:30pm

FRIDAY NIGHT MONTHLY SERVICES AS FOLLOWING:

First Fridays ............. Guest Speakers Second Fridays ..........Youth Services Third Fridays................. Men Services Fourth Fridays ........ Women Services Fifth Fridays...............Prayer Services

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“Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.” (Mark 16:15)

MCC is becoming world leaders in the true meaning of ministry. In all things Maranatha is putting God first and showing the world that with the gifts God has giving them,  it is true for ministry.

"Message To The People"

Belief or believe is a word that has been tossed around for years by many. Everybody seems to believe in God and in His promises for us. However, sadly to say, very few of us really believe. Because of the busy life most of us live and what we allow to enter into our spirit, we find it hard to digest spiritual truths. Belief in the spiritual sense of accepting, is a word that prompts action. It is the God kind of belief that every Christian should have. If you have it, it becomes the driving force for faith. Belief and Faith are merged together. In other words, these two words go hand in hand. You can’t have one without the other.
The definition of HOPE is: a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. (New Oxford American Dictionary)

Hope is a strong wanting of expectation, which sometime keeps our flesh from looking in another direction. It can keep us on track or from falling from faith when used with faith. However, “FAITH” is spirit driven and don’t need fleshly reasoning for it to work. “HOPE” is prompted from a wanting or need, and is ually birth from the flesh. It reaches out for the desired want; however, because it is derived from the flesh it can be thwarted by the flesh through reasoning. Therefore, Hope in itself is not enough to sustain faith unless faith is added to the hope. In other words, when faith is added to hope (the thing you hope for) then faith becomes the substance or assurance. (assurance that you will receive what you’re believing God for)

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Heb 11:1 KJV