Greetings, from the beautiful Bald Eagle Valley, just west of State College, Pennsylvania. In our little corner of the world, we seek to glorify the only true God by worshiping Him, proclaiming the Gospel of His crucified and risen Son, Jesus Christ, and living a life pleasing to Him until He returns. Furthermore, we minister to those in need, seek to proclaim the message of Christ’s salvation to the lost, and fellowship in love and brotherhood as brothers and sisters in Him.

If you ever pass through our area, or live in our area and are interested in finding a church home, we hope you will stop by and see us. In the meantime, check out the web page, and take time to get to know us a bit. We hope this page will give you a little taste of who we are, as well as be informative and edifying.

May God Bless!

Latest News and Updates

Sermon audio — 3/5/17 – 3/12/17

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017 by BEBlogger

Sermon audio is now posted (find it here) and up to date.  In “Convictional Christianity as Prophetic Witness” (Acts 26:1-32), Pastor Ben explains how every conversion is also a commission.  And “Through Dangers, Toils, and Snares” (Acts 27:1-28:10) reminds us that even in the most dire circumstances, God is at work.


Sermon audio — “The Risky Business of Convictional Christianity” (Acts 25:1-12)

Sunday, February 26th, 2017 by BEBlogger

Sermon audio is now posted (find it here) for “The Risky Business of Convictional Christianity” (Acts 25:1-12). Pastor Ben continues his series through Acts, focusing again on the idea of being Christians of conviction. In this message, we see how Convictional Christianity requires risk taking. The ability to take risk in a culture hostile to the Gospel of Jesus Christ is empowered by a vision for mission and the Sovereignty of God at work in the life of the believer.


Sermon audio — (1/22/17 – 2/19/17)

Saturday, February 25th, 2017 by BEBlogger

Sermon audio is now up to date and can be found on our “Sermons” page linked here.  Pastor Ben continues his series in the book of Acts with messages from chapters 21-24.   Messages include:

“Suffer for the Name” (Acts 21:1-16) — Embrace suffering for the sake of Christ.
“For Freedom We Are Free” (Acts 21:17-26) — Help those who are weak.
“A Divine Encounter” (Acts 21:27-22:29) — Salvation comes by encountering Jesus.
“Resurrection Hope” (Acts 23:1-11) — The resurrected Christ is our hope.
“Disturbing the Peace: A Call to Convictional Christianity” (Acts 23:12-24:27) — Convictional Christianity disturbs the peace of opposing cultures.