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Happening This Week
MONDAY
3:30pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
8:30pm
 
After School Program (ages 4-11)
Women's Volleyball (ages 18+)
Addictions Recovery Group
Men's Soccer (ages 18+)
 
TUESDAY
10:00am
3:30pm
 
Ladies' Bible Study
After School Program (ages 4-11)
 
WEDNESDAY
10:00am
3:30pm
6:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
 
Prayer Meeting
After School Program (ages 4-11)
Jr. High Basketball (ages 12-13)
Jr. High (ages 12-13)
Kids' Club
Bible Study: Romans
Apopt-A-Street Prayer Walk
 
THURSDAY
3:30pm
7:00pm
8:30pm
 
After School Program (ages 4-11)
Creative Arts Practice
Men's Soccer (ages 18+)
 
FRIDAY
5:30pm
 
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:30pm
Prayer & Fasting
Sr. High Boys Basketball (ages 14-18)
Sr. High (ages 14-18)
Young Adults (ages 19-24)
Apopt-A-Street Prayer Walk
Prayer Meeting
 
SATURDAY
10:00am
10:00am
10:00am
 
Apopt-A-Street Prayer Walk
Men's Ball Hockey (ages 18+)
"Blue Tie" Men's Golf Tournament
 
SUNDAY
9:00am
11:30am
 
Worship, The Word & Communion
Worship, The Word & Communion
 
Upcoming Events
 

Welcome to MCA Online!

 
MCA is home to over 1500 people from 45 different nations. We gather every Sunday at 9am & 11:30am for Praise & Worship, followed by a time of prayer & preaching of the Word. After each service, we have refreshments in the gym. We also have mid-week activities, including after-school programs, family night and sports. MCA is a great place to Believe, to Belong & to Be Loved! Why not bring a friend?
 
 

A Message From The Pastor

SEPTEMBER THEME: Called to be Set Apart

Should we live a life of sin so that we can receive more grace?

Paul introduced the concept that where sin abounded, grace abounded much more (Romans 5:20). In chapter 6, he now wonders if someone might take this truth to imply that it doesn’t matter if a Christian lives a life of sin, because God will always overcome greater sin with greater grace. After all, if God loves sinners, then why worry about sin? If God gives grace to sinners, then why not sin more and receive more grace?

When you think about it, God took a risk by extending us grace. Is this plan safe? Won't people abuse His grace? How will He keep us on the straight and narrow without laws hanging over our heads? If we believe that our position in Jesus is settled because of what Jesus did, hasn't our motivation for holy living vanished? And if God's salvation and approval are given on the basis of faith, instead of works, won't we just say "I believe" and then live any way we please?

In Romans 6:2, Paul explains that when we are born again, our relationship with sin is permanently changed. We have died to sin. Therefore, if we are dead to sin, then we should not live with it one moment longer! Jesus didn't stay in the grave and you shouldn't stay in your sins.

For answers to these and other soul-searching questions, keep on reading Romans chapter 6-8; it will change your world!

Blessings,

Rev. Ginette Howse

Lead Pastor

Malvern Christian Assembly