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In a recent devotional reading from Streams in the Desert, I read about Jesus’ “withdrawing to a solitary place” (Matthew 14.13) and the importance of boundaries. The author offered these words:“There is no music during a musical rest, but the...

Sharing what God is doing in our lives is important for the edification and training of the Church body but also for our own ability to see Him. When it comes to recognizing what God’s doing around us, we can...

Our church will transition back to in person gatherings this week. We will have the monthly business meeting in the Sanctuary on Wednesday, January 20th at 6 pm. Part of this experience together will include prayer for our nation relating...

Happy New Year! We have turned a calendar page and have begun 2021. With the beginning of a new year comes the arrival of hopes and expectations of better and brighter days ahead. One of the ongoing concerns regarding the...

On Tuesday morning, December 22nd, I met with our church staff via ZOOM to determine next steps for us as a church family. Several things have happened which impact us as a church and as a staff. I wanted to...

    Alex Trebek, the longtime host of the popular game show Jeopardy! died of pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years old. In his memoir, “And the answer is. . . reflections on my life” Trebek offers the following advice:...

On November 20, 1973, "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" had its television premier. It opened with one of the most iconic scenes in cartoon history. Charlie Brown and Lucy are having a conversation with Lucy imploring him to kick the football....

In a recent op-ed written for Dallas Morning News, Pastor Robert Jeffress admits his disappointment with the election outcome but acknowledges that Joe Biden is President-Elect of the United States.Jeffress writes, “For millions of Christians across our nation, this is...

Christmas is quickly approaching, and we once again have the opportunity, perhaps even responsibility, to be a part of Kingdom work broader than our small corner of the world. We often get so busy with the work in front of...

Our sermon series in November stresses the importance of giving generously of our time, talents, and treasure. The familiar themes of generosity and faithfulness are needed even more so now as we close in on the end of a very...