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As we approach Fall Festival, we are still taking candy donations, and you will have the opportunity to sign up to serve in many areas. These include food prep, games, bounce houses, and/or trunks. Please pray about where to serve, and look for opportunities to promote Fall Festival in your neighborhood....

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Do What You Want To

Worship moves us from a place of adoration to confession (seeing who God is makes us confront our sinfulness) and from thanksgiving to intercession (seeing what He has done makes us ask Him for more). These elements of worship ultimately bring us to a place of dedication....

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Fall

Do you feel a hint of Fall in the air? School is going strong, football season is in full swing, homes and businesses are decorating with Fall décor, and everything imaginable is now available in pumpkin spice flavor. I love the Fall for many reasons, but mostly because it will eventually mean cooler temperatures and a more colorful landscape for us to enjoy....

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Back to School Adjustments

The first week of school has come and gone and I think we all survived! Parents, students, teachers, you have all been on my mind and heart this week. For some of you it was back to normal and routine, for others it has been a time of transition and change. As I anticipated this new school year I knew there were going to be many new circumstances, a new schedule, new locat...

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Back to Normal

Summer has come to an end, school is back in session, and schedules are back to normal. Well, if we can call hectic and chaotic normal? This summer has been a great time to spend with family on vacation and at camp as we learned to deepen our relationships with God....

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God Is So Good

Yesterday, Andrea, Steven, and the Worship Choir did a magnificent job of introducing “God, You’re So Good” to the congregation. I don’t know if any of you grew up singing the proto-praise chorus “God is So Good” that was written in the early 1970’s, but it was one of the FIRST songs I learned as a child....

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Teachers Returning to School

We’re off and running! A new school year has begun for my wife Erin and many other teachers this week. With the beginning of a new school year comes many transitions. The most difficult one in our house is the transition of having to get up early and establishing the new routine. This year will be different because now both boys will be together at the same school as our...

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Stand for the Lord

Daniel was a young man who stood for the Lord. The choices and decisions that he made reflected a heart that was centered on obeying God. The children have been learning about Daniel and his friends this summer in VBS and on Wednesday evenings. They have been challenged to be like Daniel, to make a stand for the Lord. I wanted to share with you how a couple of the girls ha...

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Returning to Normal

I know most of you were able to celebrate Preteen and Student Camps as we shared our experiences during worship Sunday. We made our ten-hour trek to Windermere Conference Center in Missouri early Monday morning. We hit the ground running between check-in, games, dinner, worship, church group time, and lights out. Throughout the week, we learned who the I AM is. There is no...

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Constitution and Bylaws

In the September 2017 business meeting, the Constitution and Bylaws Revision Committee was formed to revise the current Constitution and Bylaws with 7 members and 1 alternate. ...

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