Published 1:41 pm Thursday, March 28, 2019

By Buford Edwards II

Hello and praise the Lord from the Stanford Church of the Nazarene. We are glad you have taken the time to read our article this week and hope you find some encouragement from it.

Question of the week: Do you know what it means to be righteous before God? Do you measure up?

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To find more answers, you can visit YouTube and watch this past Sunday’s services. This past Sunday we studied the topic of Righteousness and Prayer in depth as we jumped into James 5 on Sunday morning and then turned to Romans 3:1-20 on Sunday night. We all need to be ready to stand before God. The only way we are ready is through Jesus Christ. He is our only claim to righteousness before the Almighty God.

Some upcoming events include our community Good Friday Service on Friday, April 19 at 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall; the community Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 20 at 2 p.m. at the church; and our Easter services on Sunday, April 21 at 11 a.m. Finally on Sunday morning, April 28, we will be visited by the Gideon’s International, hearing about God’s work around the globe. We will also be receiving a love offering for Gideon’s International.

Want to sing? Come join us on Sunday nights. The first Sunday night of every month is “Song and Testimony” night and every Sunday night is “open mic.” If the Lord has placed a song and/or testimony on your heart we would encourage you to come be with us and share.

Want to watch live but can’t make it on Sunday? Navigate to Bro. Buford’s Facebook page, (Buford Edwards II) and tune in for the Facebook Live, stream of Sunday’s services.

If you would like more information about our church and different activities that are available, visit us on the web at, and as always don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook. Also, you can always contact the church at (606) 365-1260 and leave a message. Someone will give you a call back as soon as we can. If you would like a copy of the service, just note that in your message. Alternatively, all services are archived in the church’s YouTube channel, just search for “Stanford Church of the Nazarene,” and don’t forget to hit that subscribe button.

Have a blessed week and come see us sometime.