Dear Church Family,

I pray this letter finds you joyful in the love of the Lord and peaceful in His protection.

This Sabbath, September 29, Pastor Buford Griffith will be our 11 O’clock speaker accompanied by a talented musical group, the “A’Men Quartet.” The A’Men Quartet is a Christian Gospel vocal group made up of four men whose unique blend, harmony, and style, fused together with their sincere love for God, has paved the way for the birth of a powerful music ministry. The name A’Men, which is a shortened version of Adonai’s Men, is very important and meaningful to the group. Adoni is the plural form of Adon, which means “Lord” “Master” or “Owner”. They chose this name to represent the group because they truly recognize God’s authority and ownership over their lives. This very talented Christian Gospel vocal group is from Arlington, Texas. You won’t want to miss their concert Sabbath evening at 6:30pm, prior to the Explore Prophecy seminar.

Also, I want to extend another invitation to the Explore Prophecy Seminar with Pastor Buford Griffith that started last Friday, September 21. Over 30 guests were present the first evening, more are attending every night – now guests are bringing guests. Each night Pastor Griffith has shared a powerful Bible based message. I have personally been blessed by each message. I encourage you to pray often for the seminar, the guests, the helpers and especially our speaker. It is not too late to come, bring guests, meet the new guests and help in other ways. Don’t miss out on the blessings Jesus longs to give you.

Explore Prophecy continues every evening, at 7:00PM (except Thursdays) through October 13.

On Sabbath, October 6, Pastor Griffith’s 11 O’clock message will be “A Thousand Years In Jail”. He brings an inspirational passion and conviction to his messages and I know you will want to be here for this message.

Sabbath, October 13, will be the final message of our Explore Prophecy Seminar and the last Sabbath we will have Pastor Griffith with us, at least for now. Hopefully, we can bring him back to speak with us again from time to time. The title of his message will be “Situation Bad, Not Hopeless.” Again I encourage you to be here for this Sabbath blessing.

I will be back with you to present the last two Sabbath morning messages of October. I look forward to seeing and fellowshipping with my church family each Sabbath.

May the Lord bless and keep each of you. Please pray for us as we pray for you.


Pastor Jeremy McCombs
Lubbock Seventh-day Adventist Church