Pastoral Letters

Are you looking for us? We believe in Holiness

Posted onApril 23, 2015 | by: Steve Simmons | 0 comments

We believe in sanctification. Though it is sometimes messy and often slow, we are assured that God will work in us according to His promise and by His means. There is always room for another struggling sinner here at Fifth Street Presbyterian…we would love to have you join us as we grow together......Keep Reading

The Sunday Evening Service Returned!

Posted onMarch 31, 2015 | by: Steve Simmons | 0 comments

The Original Article "The Sunday Evening Service Returns…" was posted last summer as we moved toward the adding of an Evening Service, which has been a wonderful success. This Article is simply an edited version of the first with a few comments about how things have worked out with the addition of the evening service. God has been good to our church and this service has been a means of great blessing....Keep Reading

Looking for Porn?

Posted onNovember 4, 2014 | by: Steve Simmons | 0 comments

Looking for porn? Find someone who is deceptive, manipulative, who will not take responsibility, blames others, and has no empathy and ask him where he keep his. Pornography changes the user, always. And these shifts in behavior and personality are not the end to the effects of porn....BUT this sin is no match for the grace and mercy of Christ....Keep Reading

The Sunday Evening Service Returns

Posted onJuly 16, 2014 | by: Steve Simmons | 0 comments

Beginning this September we will once again have an evening service here at Fifth Street Presbyterian Church. There are a lot of reasons for doing this and I have jotted down a few that come to mind, you will find them below. Along with these reasons I have included a couple of testimonies from pastor friends that have also been involved in starting or reviving an evening service in their churches. I realize that this is not the trend but I am very much convinced that this is one of the areas that the current trend is more about accommodation and compromise than anything else. Everywhere we look in history where God has moved in great ways from the revival under Nehemiah, to Pentecost, to the Reformation, and to the First great awakening in our own country there is a constantâ€"the ordinary means of grace are there in abundance. ...Keep Reading