Colony Christian Church ‘refects’

Sept. 1 terrorist attacks led to a surge in church attendance only to quickly dissipate

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September 17, 2021 - 3:52 PM

COLONY — Darren McGhee gave Communion Meditation at Colony Christian Church Sunday on “Reflect.” 

After the Sept. 11 attacks, churches were filled but it didn’t take long for people to go back to their worldly ways. Written documentation allows people to reflect. 

The Bible is the historical record of Jesus, McGhee said. God knew we were inclined to forget, and communion was established to help us remember that sacrifice. (Ref: 1 Corinthians 10:16; John 6:55-56)

Pastor Chase Riebel gave the sermon on “Paul’s Intense Message.” 

When Paul preached, people either got saved, or got mad, and the evil came out where it could be dealt with, Riebel said. 

He preached to repent from sin, turn to God and have faith in Jesus, Riebel said.

Paul was very intense with his ministry. And just like Paul, we need to sound the alarm of the enemy’s coming. Satan is constantly on the attack, so we should warn others. (Ref: Acts 20:18-27; Luke 13:5; Isaiah 45:22; Hebrews 12:2 & 11:1; Romans 10:17; Ezekiel 33:3-6) Hear this and all our sermons by using your favorite podcast app, on our Facebook page, or on our website at