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Holding Everything Loosely

March 23, 2020 | by: Christine Aylett | 0 Comments

Luke 14:25-35 Jesus talks in this passage about discipleship. Churches today have a tendency to make salvation and God's grace easy: "Come to Jesus and everything will be OK." Jesus was the complete opposite -  telling the crowds of the cost of discipleship. God needs to be first in our relationships and in whatever we think of as important... Keep Reading

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He Knows…

March 20, 2020 | by: Pam Hess | 0 Comments

During this past week as I was praying, I found myself asking God if I could see His will in all of this. I had a vision. I saw the earth and it was all covered in a huge snow storm. I immediately thought of the scripture: “Come now, and let us reason together:”, Says the Lord, “Though your sins are as scarlet, they will be as whi... Keep Reading

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Humble Yourself Through Fasting

March 18, 2020 | by: Christine Aylett | 1 Comments

The primary purpose of fasting is self-humbling. It is a scriptural means ordained by God for us to humble ourselves before Him. Throughout the bible, God requires his people to humble themselves before Him. Therefore, whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. - Matthew 18:4 For those who exalt themselves w... Keep Reading

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An Old-Fashioned Word that Still Applies

March 18, 2020 | by: Shea Oakley | 0 Comments

"What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase?2 By no means! We are those who have died to sin;how can we live in it any longer? 3 Or don’t you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? 4 We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just a... Keep Reading

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Forgiven to Forgive

March 17, 2020 | by: Sarah-Ann Yersin | 2 Comments

Matthew 18:21-35 What has God forgiven us for through his precious son, Jesus? There is no amount of words that could possibly encompass the magnitude of our forgiven sins. Jesus's parable about the unmerciful servant is a humbling example of the quickness of our hearts to hold onto offenses committed against us when we in fact should be hel... Keep Reading

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The Cost of Following Jesus

March 15, 2020 | by: Justin & Brianna Garden | 1 Comments

Matthew 8:18-22 This first one is a video blog:        ... Keep Reading

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Below is a Scripture reading plan for the Lent season (we will post the 2nd two weeks as we approach April).  This reading plan can be in addition to or in place of any regular reading you do.  To keep it simple, here are three questions to consider prayerfully as you read each passage:   What does this reveal about God? Wha... Keep Reading

Sign up to fast with us by clicking here: I'm in to fast with you guys! What is fasting?  God requires his people to humble themselves and show our dependence on Him, and a simple, practical way to humble ourselves is through fasting. Fasting is a way to express to God, "As hungry as I am right now for physical food, I’m more hungry f... Keep Reading

Below are healing stories that have popped up in our church community since 2020 started.  ----- "At church I was one of the people who came up to the front to ask for healing. I asked Dan Dornacker to pray for my eyesight in my left eye which has been diagnosed with Macular  Degeneration. I realized in late October I was starting to ha... Keep Reading

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When Emotional Healing Is Needed

February 25, 2020 | by: Shea Oakley | 1 Comments

Last Sunday’s message went a long way towards de-stigmatizing two wrongs ways of thinking still present to some degree in the larger Church today. They are: The idea that there is automatically something seriously wrong morally with a child of God who is struggling with any emotional and/or psychological illness. The idea that only prayer... Keep Reading

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