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Wednesday Morning Walks

Almost every Wednesday morning, Allen Byers shares God’s Word with a group of believers. These messages are not for the faint of heart or those who aren’t interested in hearing the truth. Allen speaks God’s Word raw and unadorned. It’s straight from the scripture. If you want to hear these messages, they are linked below. If you want to share this page with someone else, you can send friends and family to and it will bring them here. 

Don’t worry, be …

Trust the process

How am I rooted?

What are you carrying?

Don’t get stuck

You were born this way

Forgive yourself


Ask, Listen, Pray and Speak

Dream (2/28/2024) Genesis 37:20

Step into His presence (2/21/2024)

God is L.O.V.E. (2/14/2024)

Be Thankful (2/7/2024)

He is good (1/31/2024)

Review (1/24/2024)

Get up (1/17/2024)

Be still (1/10/2024)

Keep living your victories (1/3/2024)

Be willing to look up (12/27/2023)

Be of Good Cheer (12/20/2023)

Stretch it out (12/13/2023)

Can we leave it with Jesus (12/6/2023)

‘Tis the Season (11/29/2023)

Giving of Thanks (11/15/2023)

Trust the SEAL (11/8/2023) (Ephesians 1:13)

Depend on God (11/1/2023)

Trust God’s Answer (10/18/2023)

Focus on Jesus (10/11/2023)

Know your importance (10/4/2023)

Don’t Give Up (9/20/2023) (Mark 8:22-26)

Listen Up (9/6/2023)

The God of yesterday, today and forever (8/30/2023) (Matthew 18:1-5; Hebrews 13:8)

He knows your name (8/23/2023) (John 20:11-18)

Remind (Matthew 17: 24)

He is consistent (2 Kings 5)

Receive the Father’s Love (Luke 15)

Permission (Genesis Chapter 45)

Truth and Dare (Mark 5:27-32)

A New Heart

Keep it Moving

Conquer Fear

Delayed Does Not Mean Denied

Created for a Time Such as This

Greater Than

Step of Faith



The Opposite of Fear is Love

There is Only One Way Out

Trust in God

Use What You’ve Got

Walk with Jesus

What Are You Listening To?

What Do You Call It?

Where Does Your Comfort Come From?

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Facing Adversity

It’s Not Fair

One Word Away



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