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Feb
2016
Bernie Powell
Have you ever dreamed about living in first century Israel?  Imagine getting to see and hear Jesus, following him, experiencing his power and love first hand!  Do you wish you could walk with him on the shores of Galilee, in the hills of Judea, getting to know him up close and personal? Don’t! What?!? Don’t wish for such a thing.  Why not?  You can have something even better right now, 2016. What?  You don’t believe anything could be better?... + read more
Feb
2016
Steve Cox
Rule #1: Accept, Don't Compare I know a number of people that love running.  Personally, I have a hard time with it.  I am not a natural runner and it is a real struggle for me.  I think that is why I am so fascinated with the passages in the New Testament that tell us living the Christian life is like running a race.  I can readily relate to the difficulty and the challenge involved. I also appreciate the many older saints in our congregation who consistently... + read more
Feb
2016
David Doré
How could I forget someone I have never known?  And why should I remember Hannah More?  Everyone has heard of William Wilberforce.  Many saw the film "Amazing Grace."  Hannah More had a small part in the film.  She had a huge part in history. Hannah was born into a poor family.  She and her sisters were educated because their father was a schoolmaster.  She learned to love literature and eventually became a highly acclaimed poet.  She met... + read more
Feb
2016
Pauline Morgan
Diminishing returns!  Boy do we hate hearing that in relation to our investing and saving!  But do you realize that the same words can be applied to life?  Many times we say YES or NO to requests before we really pray and ask God for his leading and guiding as to what we should do.   Activity we participate in that is not part of God’s plan for our life...no matter how good or spiritual it is...diminishes our availability for the assignments God wants to put in our... + read more
Feb
2016
Greg Haynes
My path and my journey have been long and somewhat crooked at times, but I have been shown this path by many people that God has put before me. My father-in-law, Robert Christen, has been ministering to me for over 22 years.  I would listen, but still thought I was in control. Then my life, I thought, was coming apart:  divorce, cancer, loneliness, and no sense of family being there.  I was truly a broken man.  Where to go?  What is my purpose? And for that matter,... + read more
Jan
2016
Steve Cox
I just finished reading through Jonah. Even though there are some very unique portions of this account, such as three days in the belly of a huge fish, there are some things about Jonah that are common to most of us.  Jonah didn’t like the idea of doing what God wanted him to do.  He thought he knew better than God.  We’ve probably all made these same mistakes, and many of us, more than once.  But what really stood out to me this time as I read through the... + read more
Jan
2016
David Doré
Susanna Wesley is called the Mother of Methodism.  Her famous sons, John and Charles, offer prime examples of her efforts as a mother of children. Susanna was the last of 25 children. Her father was a pastor. She married a pastor and they had 19 children. Their lives were full of crises. Their home burned down twice. Susanna's husband went to debtor’s prison. A maid accidentally smothered a baby. What were the keys to her success as a mother? Susanna had strict rules for... + read more
Jan
2016
Pauline Morgan
Musing By the time you are reading this, you probably will have torn off or turned over a calendar page. I am reminded of our Christmas Brunch when Rita MacKinnon shared with us about having peace in the middle of a storm.  This is so true: we can have peace in the midst of storms because of Jesus.  He is our peace.  He is with us in and through all kinds of troubles.  So whether it is now, this month or several months into 2016 that you experience troubles, remember you... + read more
Jan
2016
Bernie Powell
Our recent Sunday service with multiple baptisms was a time of joyful celebration. In addition, many found it a time for heart searching: “Should I be baptized?” The command of Jesus is clear in Matthew 28:19-20. He told his followers to go everywhere and make disciples. And he commanded that they baptize everyone who became a disciple. His first disciples were clear on what he meant. Just read the Book of Acts. Whatever the muddle of later traditions, immediate water baptism of... + read more
Sep
2015
Steve Cox
The summer is over, and a new season of busy fall activity will soon be upon us.  Are you wondering what the Lord has in store for you at this point in your life and ministry to others?   A group of men from The Fellowship have been praying and working through how the Lord would have us move forward in the area of Men’s Ministry, now named "The Fellowship of Men."  The truths the Holy Spirit is revealing to these men are pertinent to all of us, male and female.... + read more

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