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Have you ever viewed prayer as being a burden? Have you ever given up and stopped praying? Maybe not altogether, but at least quit praying for certain things? You see, we sometimes do so because of discouragement and doubt, or we quit because deep down we sometimes wonder if prayer really makes a difference. Have you ever been there? Yes, we all have. So, how do we keep going when we feel like bailing out?

James urges these Jewish believers (to whom he is writing) to realize that prayer encompasses every area of their lives. He also wants them to know that wherever they are, and whatever their situation might be, they are to live their lives consistently embracing the power of prayer.

So, come and join us this Sunday, June 13, at 8:45 or 11:00 as we continue the sermon series “When Life Doesn’t Make Sense” and explore “When Prayer Isn’t a Priority” (James 5:13-18). We look forward to seeing you at MCBC!

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Mt. Calvary's Youth with be doing a Summer Retreat this year! Middle and High School students will be going to Camp Kaleo in Forsyth, Ga from July 26 to July 30. The total cost of the trip for each student is $50! The non-refundable (but transferable) deposit covers everything, from lodging, food, activities, books, and more! There is a sign-up sheet in the hall on the youth news board, and, if you have any questions or want more information, you can contact our Youth Pastor, Quay Cook at (478) 308-2516 or mcbccochranyouthpastor@gmail.com.

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Our new temporary Sunday morning schedule will be as follows:
8:45 am - Worship Service
9:45 am - Sunday School
11:00 am - Worship Service
We ask that you continue to be mindful and abide by social distancing guidelines. All congregants will be requested to wear a mask or facial covering. MCBC will provide masks for those who don’t have one. The deacons strongly encourage everyone to consider wearing one.