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August Newsletter Is Out

The August newsletter has been posted online (click here) and is available in print in the narthex. *Remember: All the church newsletters are available for viewing online (Save the trees!)

Summertime is Vacation time!

Summer is typically the time we think about taking vacations.  School is out, the weather is nice and warm, and so for many it’s a good time to take a week or so to travel.  But often, a vacation is not about getting away, or going somewhere, we are simply glad to take a break! …

VBS “Everywhere Fun Fair” Summary

God truly blessed our prayers, our enthusiastic volunteers, their diligent preparations, and new programs this year. Jason Palmisano helped us develop a great VBS website and online registration with a spreadsheet. Kathy Fagan and Lee Goon did a wonderful job of advertising, printing letters, using graphics, making power point presentations, ads’ in local papers, etc….

Psalms: A Guide For Worship

“…In the Psalms you will meet the heart of sincere and honest worshipers of God. Sometimes they are reverent, while at other times loud and boisterous. Sometimes they lament while at other times they are thankful. Some psalms are exclusively personal, while others appear more applicable for all of God’s people. Some psalms reflect sorrow as if you were in…

Summertime is Reading time!

We Christians are people of The Book.  God has revealed Himself and His will to us in the Word.  And having the Bible in our own language is an amazing blessing; we ought to read and study and meditate on it with joy and thanksgiving!  How we view and treat God’s Word is a good…

Some Recent Blessings

We had a wonderful visit this past Sunday evening (May 26th) from Rev. Jack and Nell Chinchen, founders of the African Bible Colleges. As Jack shared from Isaiah 18, we saw God’s hand at work in Africa. What a blessing to have had the privilege and opportunity to partner with those who have heard and…

Remembering Mothers and Missionaries This May

The celebration of Mother’s Day in our country is well-established, although it has been commercialized to such a de-gree that its founder, Anna Jarvis, was sorry she had succeeded in creating it. The day itself is a worthwhile attempt to remind us of our blessed duty to “honor our mothers” (see Dt. 5:16 and Eph….

Bearing and Forbearing

“No Christian grace is likely to be called into play more frequently than that of mutual forbearance.  Without it there can exist no close and lasting friendly relations in a society composed of imperfect beings.  Even the most tender intimacies and the holiest associations require the constant exercise of patience.  If we resent every apparent…

Easter: A Date on a Calendar or a Day that Changes Everything?

There are two dates this month (Sunday, March 10th and Sunday, March 31st) that affect our daily living; but there’s a danger that both become sim-ply something we remember once and then go on with life almost as if nothing has changed. Of course I’m talking about Daylight Savings Time beginning and Easter. I’ve found…