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Our 2017 Theme: “Hope in God”

Sometimes we struggle to hope.  As Psalm 42:11 says it, we sometimes wonder “Why are you in despair, O my soul?  And why have you become disturbed within me?”  Notice his answer for despair in the next line:  “Hope in God.”  Hope is one of Scripture’s greatest themes, a powerful quality that becomes unbreakable when it is set firmly upon the promises of God.  Join us in 2017 as we strive to build stronger hope.  No matter what life throws at us, let’s determine ourselves to “Hope in God!”

Latest Church Blog Posts

Aaron

Aaron by Jen Farmer Last week in my daily Bible reading, I came cross Exodus 28, which gives the details for Aaron’s priestly garments. There are 43 verses describing the ephod, the breast piece, robes, sashes, etc. The color of each stone and what it represents is listed. The specific location of where each spice…

God’s Photo Shop

“God’s Photo Shop” by Carren Marvin Admittedly, I am a logophile. I love words! When I was in grad school, common internet usage was still in nascent stages, so I spent hours inhaling mold and dust from the turgid volumes of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) in the university library as I researched. The OED…

Not Now, Just Not Right Now

Not Now, Just Not Right Now This blog article is shared by Becky Traywick…              The other day, while walking through the store, my children were asking for some gum. I had no problem with them getting it, but we needed to get a few other things before checking out where they could choose their…

Recent Sermons

PM – Our Story: Jesus in John

We have been studying the 4 gospels and the men who wrote them.  Tonight, we overview the Gospel of John, written by a man with a special place in Jesus’ life…

AM – What We Hope We Stand For: God-Centered Worship

As we approach our 25-Year Homecoming, we are studying “what we hope we stand for” as a congregation.  This morning, we consider how important worship is to the life of a church, and what the goals of worship should be.  Is it possible to keep the goals of worship in the right place, even in today’s world?