We're a group of imperfect people striving to live life for God. No matter where you are in life, we hope you’ll find a place to connect to Jesus and others at Orange Ave.
The church family at OACOC are overjoyed to let you know that Deonna Lazo and Leslie Larsen were baptized Sunday, November 2, 2014. We rejoice in welcoming both Deonna and Leslie to God's family.
It's Hispanic Heritage month at Eustis Heights Elementary School. Orange Avenue is serving up tacos to go. It is so much fun taking your faith in Jesus Christ out into the world and putting it to work for His glory. Love this Orange Avenue family!
So here we are—we’ve become children of God through the resurrected Christ. We’ve been forgiven for our sins, we’ve been set free to live a new life, but we keep on doing the same old foolish, sinful things.
We should know better. We do know better. We don’t want to lie or lust or gossip, but we do. We don’t want to fight with our parents or yell at our kids, but we do. We feel lousy every time we mistreat with words or action the person we love the most in this world, but we do it anyway. We want to share our faith, but we don’t. We tell ourselves we’re going to start reading our Bibles and praying, but we don’t.
What’s wrong with us? What will it take for us to become the people we want to be? It’s going to take some help. It’s going to require the work of the Holy Spirit. This Sunday at Orange Ave. we will continue our series in the book of Romans with Setting Sail, from Romans 8.1-14. Bring some one with you and please SHARE this on your timeline.
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