NEWS at the
Golden Lee Hildreth
Xavier was baptized between services on
April 18th 2021. Welcome to the body of Christ!
Thank you ladies for joining our first...
ZOOM Meeting Devotion
The Rock Springs Road, the congregation is making every effort to provide some much-needed resources to our church family.
Some of the resources that we are offering on a virtual platform are healthy educational presentations such as Hypertension,
Stress Management, diabetes, nutrition, weight management, plant-based diets, heart health, cancer prevention just to name a few.
The Rock Springs road congregation is partnering with Kaiser Permanente Physicians to speak and answer questions about Covid-19.
We have direct contact with our local Kaiser Permanente Medicare Specialist – to provide online opportunities at no cost to our church family.
We are in the process of scheduling dates and times. If there are any specific topics that you have in mind, please let me know.
Walk with the wise and become wise; associate with fools and get in trouble. Prov. 13:20
When you trust God to make tough choices easier, he gives you wisdom when you ask for it. One way he does that is by directing you to people who know and practice his Word.
He gives you connections with godly people who will point you in the right direction.
You need to get some godly people in your life who love and obey the Word of God. You were never meant to practice
God’s wisdom on your own.
Proverbs 13:20 says, "Walk with the wise and become wise; associate with fools and get in trouble"
This is important because the quality of your life and the quality of your decisions will be determined by who you spend the most time with.
Are the people you hang out with the most helping you or hurting you? Are they building your faith or your fear? Are they causing you to worship or to worry? Are they stress relievers or stress generators in your life?
This time of social distancing presents some unique challenges to obeying this verse. We’re just not hanging out like we used to!
While we’re in a season of uncertainty and isolation, you can still keep company with wise people. For instance, technology allows you to stay in touch through phone or video.
Then, be intentional about connecting with people every day—people who will encourage you and point you to God’s Word and help you make wise decisions.