Faith Leaders to Watch or False Idols

Jeffrey Walton wrote a great article over at the Institute on Religion & Democracy Blog Juicy Ecumenism titled Oliveto, Tisby and Butler Named Progressive Faith Leaders to Watch.  I had a few thoughts on this article which I left in the comments on the blog.  Walton’s article is a quick read and will give you a better understanding of my thoughts here. 

Psalms of Courage with Brother Thom

Last week Brother Mark started us off in the Book of Psalms, and this week Brother Thom continues in the book with a lesson on Psalms of Courage. These are trying times around the world, but COVID-19 is not, was not, and never should have been a reason for pastors to abandon the pulpit. In too many scenarios churches locked their doors and even ceased outreach ministries. Thom explains why Moyock Christian Fellowship continued to worship together and ramped up their outreach ministries.

Series “Proof of God” – The Human Brain

The human brain is the master organ, controlling an unimaginable number of functions all over our bodies at the same time. The brain is proof of God.  Image for a moment that the brain stores more visual images than man can count, and then think about your smartphone which is limited by the size of the installed memory.  Next think about how your brain is not only working to keep you alive while you sleep, but it’s even thinking while you sleep.

A return to the Outer Banks (OBX) for a meeting with No Name

Last night the men of Moyock Christian Fellowship traveled south down the beach to Liberty Christian Fellowship in Kill Devil Hills, NC (OBX) for the first Men’s Gathering in nearly 15 months.  We have traditionally called this gathering of Christian men for a common meal, fellowship, testimony, and prayer the “100 Men Dinner.”  The reality is the gathering has no official name, has been happening nearly monthly for over 20 years, and is attended by men from roughly 25 different churches and a number of denominations and non-denominations. 

Psalms 22, 23 and 24 with Brother Mark

Brother Mark brings the message this week as we begin our look at the book of Psalms. The title is derived from the Greek translation, ψαλμοί, psalmoi, meaning "instrumental music" and, by extension, "the words accompanying the music." Join us as we gather around the breakfast table where we nourish our bodies and take in the word of God. Cover photo: Moyock Christian Fellowship is based in Currituck North Carolina which derives its name from the Indian word Currituck which means "Land of the wild goose."

Moyock Christian Fellowship (MCF) marks two YouTube milestones

God has taken us on an incredible ride since the founding of MCF. From our humble beginnings as a Facebook page, to our website at and later to YouTube and Instagram. We have taken advantage of the paths God placed before us. We have been challenged with incredible tasks by God, and even though we lacked the skills necessary in some cases to meet the need, we had faith in God to provide the means. When God says go, we go. We give God all the glory for the places he has taken us including landing our messages in over 130 countries world wide.

Don’t be like Colin Kaepernick, Instead Take a Knee for God

Since the beginning of time, kneeling has been an act of submission. First and foremost to God, then later to Kings, and later slaves were forced to kneel to their owners. Colin Kaepernick has used kneeling as a sign to protest which makes little sense given what it really means. I don't get mad or even frustrated with social justice warriors like Kaepernick who take a knee during the National Anthem, because at the end of the day all they have done is display their submission to our Nation. End the madness and "Take a Knee for God."