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A Thought from the Word

A Thought from the Word

A Thought from the Word

A thought from the word

A thought from the word

A thought from the word

A Thought from the Word

A Thought from the Word

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on Psalm 33:12

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on Psalm 33:12

A New Devotion on Cove’s Prayer Line - More than Serve

A New Devotion on Cove’s Prayer Line - More than Serve

Here's a new devotion I just left on the Cove Presbyterian Church prayer line. You can find a recording of this devotion at the bottom of the page or on the prayer line (1-304-748-7900). If you find this meaningful, please consider sending an offering directly to Cove Presbyterian Church, 3404 Main Street, Weirton, West Virginia or through PayPal. Luke 23:13-25 Pilate then called together the chief priests, the leaders, and the people, and said to them, “You brought me this man as one who…

A brief thought based on 2 Peter 3:9

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on 2 Peter 3:9

A brief thought based on Leviticus 19:18

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on Leviticus 19:18

A New Devotion on Cove’s Prayer Line - The Tempter

A New Devotion on Cove’s Prayer Line - The Tempter

Here's a new devotion I just left on the Cove Presbyterian Church prayer line. You can find a recording of this devotion at the bottom of the page or on the prayer line (1-304-748-7900). If you find this meaningful, please consider sending an offering directly to Cove Presbyterian Church, 3404 Main Street, Weirton, West Virginia or through PayPal. Luke 21:37-22:6 Every day he was teaching in the temple, and at night he would go out and spend the night on the Mount of Olives, as it was…

A brief thought based on Jeremiah 23:24

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on Jeremiah 23:24

A New Devotion on Cove’s Prayer Line - The Tempter

A New Devotion on Cove’s Prayer Line - The Tempter

Here's a new devotion I just left on the Cove Presbyterian Church prayer line. You can find a recording of this devotion at the bottom of the page or on the prayer line (1-304-748-7900). If you find this meaningful, please consider sending an offering directly to Cove Presbyterian Church, 3404 Main Street, Weirton, West Virginia or through PayPal. Luke 21:37-22:6 Every day he was teaching in the temple, and at night he would go out and spend the night on the Mount of Olives, as it was…

The Cove Community: The Suicide Epidemic - Now more than ever, communi...

The Suicide Epidemic - Now more than ever, community is needed

By Paul Seebeck and Donna Frischknecht Jackson | Presbyterians Today Cover Story, July/August 2019 When the Rev. Dr. Scott Weimer tried to come back to North Avenue Presbyterian Church in Atlanta six weeks after his 22-year-old son died by suicide, he could barely function. “I was almost a dead man,” Weimer said. In September 2015, his son Justin ended his life. Weimer remembers how shocked everyone was when they got the news. Justin commanded a room with his presence, his smile, his…

A brief thought based on Ephesians 5:25-26

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on Ephesians 5:25-26

The Cove Community: What Presbyterians Believe - Do Presbyterians beli...

What Presbyterians Believe - Do Presbyterians believe in the devil?

‘A new level, a new devil’: Spiritual warfare comes with following Christ By Jerry Andrews | Presbyterians Today Michael Pacher (1435–1498), “Saint Augustine and the devil.” A new level, a new devil. I couldn’t believe my ears when a young mother said this during a Bible study once. I rarely heard anyone talk so openly about the opposition that comes when you walk with Christ — even though our Presbyterian confessions speak of this reality. In the Heidelberg Catechism, Question 127 asks why…

A brief thought based on Ephesians 6:4

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on Ephesians 6:4

An American celebration - Juneteenth means liberty and justice for all

An American celebration - Juneteenth means liberty and justice for all

Wednesday marks the Juneteenth celebration. While not the most widely known or celebrated holiday, Juneteenth is certainly one of the more significant holidays in the history of this nation. On June 17, 1865, Union Major General Gordon Granger, along with thousands of federal troops, rode into Galveston, Texas to establish martial law. Two days later, Granger announced that the Civil War had ended and slaves had been freed. Approximately 250,000 slaves living in Texas had no idea that…

A brief thought based on Psalm 68:4-5

A Thought from the Word

A brief thought based on Psalm 68:4-5