If you haven’t been able to get a copy of the new 2020 Vision booklet, or would like to view it online, here it is for you to enjoy! You might find this helpful as we move into the new sermon series on our values.
Even when I am old and gray, do not forsake me, O God, till I declare your power to the next generation, your might to all who are to come. (Psa 71:18) Christianity is on the verge of extinction. Let that sink in…I don’t say that to be an alarmist, but if we do not […]
Perhaps you missed church yesterday, or perhaps you just want to watch the video of our students in action in Belize…either way here it is:
I will leave it to your own discernment to find the personal application of this for your own life
Sometimes, you need to be serious, reflective, perhaps even a bit pensive…this is not one of those times. Just a little something to brighten your day: Happy Mother’s day to anyone who celebrates their moms or being a mom.
It’s Holy Week, I’m sitting in my office thinking about resurrection. I know, I know, we haven’t even made it through Good Friday yet. I can’t help it. I will focus on Christ’s death fully on Good Friday, but today this whole week seems to be mashed together for me. Death, Denial, Betrayal, Resurrection…they are […]
Where do I see God working on our mission trip to the Kinyago Dandora Schools in Kenya? By Debbie Halvorson, team leader I was blessed by Paul Wambugu, the head teacher at the primary school, as he led devotions at our Feb. 16th time together. He shared from 1 Kings 17: 1-15. It was about […]
Are you familiar with the spoken word art form? It can be quite a powerful medium for communicating important messages in some pretty profound ways. Last year a church in Texas put out this spoken word piece in video form for Advent. I wanted to share it with you:
give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. (1 Thessalonians 5:18 ESV) I have a confession to make. I don’t like Thanksgiving. There I said it. I don’t like Thanksgiving. I never have, and I probably never will. I suppose that makes me an all too […]