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Introduction to Jonah

No matter your background, you’ve probably heard the fantastic story of Jonah. A prophet, a storm, a whale... Jonah is a book that’s full of drama and extraordinary miracles. It is a book with a picture of a God who can control storms, plants, the sun, the wind, and -  amazingly enough - a whale. All of nature submits to this God. Sailors and foreign ...

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Preparing for Sunday

This week is the Third Sunday of Advent - the season of waiting in anticipation of the coming of Christ. This week, we will look at Simeon's story from Luke 2:21-32. As we wait for Christ's coming during Advent, we will not take communion as we usually do. You can prepare for this week's worship gathering by reading the passage in context and listening to our songs for th...

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A Christmas Reflection

When my youngest son Aaron was a toddler he had a favorite stuffed animal affectionately known as “Lamby”.  Lamby was no ordinary stuffed animal.  Lamby was special.  Wherever Aaron went, Lamby was sure to follow.  This little stuffed animal was a great source of comfort and security to a young boy trying to navigate the big world around him...

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An Update on The R Family

If you are new to our church, you may not know that one of our families (which we will simply refer to as the “R Family” for security reasons) was sent out at the beginning of this year to serve overseas on the mission field. The goal of the R Family is to work specifically with a people group we will call the “Halas”. Their aim is to reach the Hal...

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Preparing for Sunday

This week is the Third Sunday of Advent - the season of waiting in anticipation of the coming of Christ. This week, we will look at the story of the Shepherds. from Luke 2:1-21. As we wait for Christ's coming during Advent, we will not take communion as we usually do. You can prepare for this week's worship gathering by reading the passage in context and listening to our ...

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Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

Christmas is a meaningful time for all of us. It is a time to remember and celebrate God’s greatest gift: His Son, Jesus. When I was a child, and even today, my family remembers not only the mission activity of our Savior but the inspirational example of another selfless servant: a 19th-century missionary named Charlotte "Lottie" Moon. Every Christmas our...

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Preparing for Sunday

This week is the Second Sunday of Advent - the season of waiting in anticipation of the coming of Christ. This week, we will look at Mary's story, from Luke 1:26-45. We will not take communion during Advent (as we wait for Christ's coming). You can prepare for this week's worship gathering by reading the passage in context and listening to our songs for the week below. A ...

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Why We Celebrate Advent

Why Advent?      The people walking in darknesshave seen a great light;     on those living in the land of deep darknessa light has dawned.                   (Isaiah 9:2) It’s that time of year again. No sooner than the turkey and dressing is polished off on Thanksgiving day do we quick...

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Preparing for Sunday

This Sunday marks the beginning of Advent - the season of waiting in anticipation of the coming of Christ. This year, our Advent theme is: An Extraordinary Story for Ordinary People. Each week, we will look at Christ's coming from a different person's perspective. This week, we will look at Zechariah, from Luke 1:5-25, 57-66. Our service will look a little differ...

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Preparing for Sunday

This week we will hear from Pastor Steve Lindenmeyer, who will preach part 2 of  "The Holiness of God" from Isaiah 6:1-8: In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; and the train of his robe filled the temple.  Above him stood the seraphim. Each had six wings: with two he covered his face...

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