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Banner Elk

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

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-Sabbath School 9:30 AM 

-Worship Service 11:00 AM

-Fellowship Meal Each Sabbath After Church Service

-Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM

We are delighted you have stopped by The Banner Elk Seventh-Day Adventist Church website.

 

You can find out a lot about what is happening in our church by checking out the pages on our website. Come back each week to enjoy our devotional message, healthy videos and see what is new on our calendar. And when you're ready, feel free to join any of our online service, Wednesdays at 7 pm and Saturday starting at 9:30 am.

Upcoming Events

Desmond Doss Jr.

Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Time: 7 pm

The son of Desmond Doss, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient and subject of the movie "Hacksaw Ridge", will speak at Banner Elk SDA Church for Meet this Wednesday.

God's Closet

Date: To be announced

Free Clothing for families with children

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 *Please note that church services will be streamed live on our YouTube channel

Daily Devotion

Heaviness in the heart of man maketh it stoop: but a good word maketh it glad.     

- Proverbs 12:25

Banner Elk, NC Seventh-Day Adventist Church

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Evangelism

God's Closet

Health Ministry

Men's Ministry

Women's Ministry

Sabbath School Ministry

Natural Remedies for Holistic Health

Cultivate the habit of speaking well of others. Dwell upon the good qualities of those with whom you associate, and see as little as possible of their errors and failings. When tempted to complain of what some one has said or done, praise something in that person's life or character. Cultivate thankfulness. Praise God for His wonderful love in giving Christ to die for us. It never pays to think of our grievances. God calls upon us to think of His mercy and His matchless love, that we may be inspired with praise.
     Earnest workers have no time for dwelling upon the faults of others. We cannot afford to live on the husks of others' faults or failings. Evil-speaking is a twofold curse, falling more heavily upon the speaker than upon the hearer. He who scatters the seeds of dissension and strife, reaps in his own soul the deadly fruits. The very act of looking for evil in others develops evil in those who look. By dwelling upon the faults of others, we are changed into the same image. But by beholding Jesus, talking of His love and perfection of character, we become changed into His image. By contemplating the lofty ideal He has placed before us, we shall be uplifted into a pure and holy atmosphere, even the presence of God. When we abide here, there goes forth from us a light that irradiates all who are connected with us.

     Instead of criticizing and condemning others, say, "I must work out my own salvation. If I co-operate with Him who desires to save my soul, I must watch myself diligently. I must put away every evil from my life. I must overcome every fault. I must become a new creature in Christ. Then, instead of weakening those who are striving against evil, I can strengthen them by encouraging words."
     We are too indifferent in regard to one another. Too often we forget that our fellow-laborers are in need of strength and cheer. Take care to assure them of your interest and sympathy. Help them by your prayers, and let them know that you do it.