A little more about Northway Church

northway church screengrabIntrigued by the direct-mail flyers and today's Daily Gazette story, we decided to poke around a little bit and see what we could find out about Northway Church. Here's a little bit from a recent blog post from the church's pastor, Buddy Cremeans:

Wherever I turn these days, God won't allow me to drift and float away from this truth. The enemy's number one strategy is to attack God's children by attacking their worth. Think about it ...it worked with our first parents in the Garden of Eden. Why? The enemy attacks our worth because it works!

Jesus Christ's number one strategy, on the other hand, is to RAISE OUR worth.

How can you tell how much something is worth? By how much someone is willing to pay for it. God gave His Son for you and me on the cross. In other words, anchor yourself in this truth...YOU are priceless. Your worth is immeasurable. God loves you more than you can imagine. This is the message of why we exist as the church...to raise people's value.

And here's a commercial for the church. What are services like? Well, they're probably a little louder than the ones at your church. There's an embedded video of its Christmas Eve service after the jump.






screengrab: NorthwayChurch.tv

Comments

Well, isn't that special!

Say Something!

We'd really like you to take part in the conversation here at All Over Albany. But we do have a few rules here. Don't worry, they're easy. The first: be kind. The second: treat everyone else with the same respect you'd like to see in return. Cool? Great, post away. Comments are moderated so it might take a little while for your comment to show up. Thanks for being patient.

The Scoop

Ever wish you had a smart, savvy friend with the inside line on what's happening around the Capital Region? You know, the kind of stuff that makes your life just a little bit better? Yeah, we do, too. That's why we created All Over Albany. Find out more.

Recently on All Over Albany

Holiday gifts: Daniel B.

Gifts and giving are on most everyone's mind this month. So we thought we'd ask a few people to share some thoughts on presents, past... (more)

Warmth with flair

Historical object gawking: We came across this photo of a 19th century stove in the Albany Institute collection. It was made by a Troy company... (more)

Crisp Cannoli storefront closing

The Crisp Cannoli in East Greenbush -- you know, the bakery that makes croissant donuts, including an apple cider version -- is closing its storefront... (more)

Local food gifts

We're into the stretch run for December holidays, so we asked Deanna for a few stocking stuffer-type local food gift ideas. Stockings are my favorite... (more)

Where to get latkes?

Xina emails with a seasonal question: Where can I get some excellent latkes in the Capital region? I have had no luck making good ones... (more)

Recent Comments

... I tend to ask questions that make the person think about what they just said. I ask it sweetly and in a tone that notes confusion on my part. I have been called honey in the office and asked the person, " Can I ask what you mean when you call me honey? Because you don't call John honey." It calls out that he's treating you differently for being a woman. If he still doesn't get it, you can be more direct: "I appreciate that you respect my work and treat me equally, but I wouldn't want others to think otherwise based on how you address me."

Where to get latkes?

...has 10 comments, most recently from E

How New York State generates electricity

...has 6 comments, most recently from Domenic

Miss Pearl: Who you calling honey, sugar?

...has 13 comments, most recently from chrisck

Local food gifts

...has 2 comments, most recently from chrisck

A good endocrinologist?

...has 9 comments, most recently from Karen