As we begin to turn the corner from the viral pandemic, there is a lot to be thankful to God for. First, we must be thankful for our lives and that of those in our family and community at large as they have been preserved by the grace of God. Despite the significant impact of the pandemic on our immediate church community, the state, nation, and world, we have the opportunity to rebuild because of the goodness of our God. Secondly, we must be thankful for the availability of vaccine sand other novel medical advancements in the area of COVID-19 treatment that are helping to lessen the mortality and morbidity of this infection. Last of all we must be thankful for our Physicians, nurses and first-responders who continue to show courage and dedication as they treat COVID-19cases in our health facilities.
We as a church community continue to remember those who have lost loved ones to this pandemic and many others whose loved ones are still gravely ill in our hospitals. We pray that the Lord will stretch forth His hand of healing over them. If you have been impacted in one way or the other by the virus and are reading this page, we at the Agape Christian Church would like you to know once again that we empathize and stand with you in prayer and support.
We are glad to announce that our church is open for worship to as many as wish to attend in person, every Sunday by 11 A.M. Our church services can also be accessed on Sundays by 11 A.M on our YouTube channel, which is accessible on this website, Tuesday Prayer meetings via Zoom by 9:00P.M, and Wednesday mid-week fellowship via the Zoom platform by 7:00 PM EST. Our Last Friday monthly Spiritual warfare is also open for live attendance in the church and can also be accessed through our YouTube channel; The Agape Christian Church Baltimore by 9:00 P.M. Special health measures have been put in place to ensure the health and protection of our parishioners and we regret any inconveniences these may pose.
The Food For Your Soul (FFYS) ministry will continue its food distribution to those in need only on3rd Saturdays of the month outside the Church building. Patrons are advised to remain in their cars while they are served.
Scripture reminds us in the book of Psalm 100:5 “For the Lord is good. His unfailing love continues forever, and His faithfulness continues to each generation”. This means that despite the perilous nature of the days in which we live, we must remind ourselves constantly that God is indeed a good God, and He can be trusted to see us through this period. As many as trust in Him, will never be disappointed.
Maybe you have never established a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ by accepting Him as your Lord and personal Savior. The Bible declares in Romans 10:9 that “if thou shalt confess with thine mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you shall be saved.”
Friend, Jesus loves you so much and is ready to accept you just as you are if you will come to Him today by faith. Only in Him can we find the security, hope and refuge needed not only for today but also for tomorrow. Be encouraged, continue to practice good personal hygiene and appropriate social distancing in public places as we continue to pray for God to heal our land. He has promised to do so in 2 Chronicles 7:14 if we turn to Him in humility and repentance. We are confident that better days lie ahead because He is a prayer answering God.
You are invited to join us in fellowship and may also contact us if you are in need of prayers.
May God bless the State of Maryland and the United States of America.
Dr. Michael Nwamoh,
COVID-19 Health Resources