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Worship, July 14

Howdy Church! I hope you have all enjoyed this week and the beautiful Summer we are having. Before I get too far, I want to remind everyone that there is only ONE service this week and it starts at 9:30 with Sunday School following at 11:20. In Sunday school we have been looking at several different people and the trials that God brought them through to refine them and mold them in the the instruments that He intended for them…

Worship, June 16th

Hey Church! I hope you all have been having a great, God glorifying week so far. I appreciate all of you who have been praying for me, I’ve had a much better week. Here is the outline. I’ve included a Spotify playlist this week instead of YouTube. If you prefer YouTube, you can find all of the links here. I’ll be praying for you all and encourage you to pray for each other and our leadership as we come to…

Worship, May 26th

Hey all! I hope you have been having a great week so far. Still looking toward eternity this week (I suppose we always should). If you have a few minutes, this is a good article from Charles Swindoll about Christ’s return. I’m still blown away when I imagine that day and you can see that reflected in this weeks outline. I’m really excited about mixing I’ll Fly Away with ‘Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus. We have a great…

Worship, May 5th

Hey church! I’m not sure if this is going to be a weekly thing or not (probably depends on what kind of feedback I get from all of you) but it seems nice to me to connect during the week and begin preparing for our congregational worship together. So how have things been going this week? How has the worship life been? I’ve been feeling kinda down recently with my lack of devotional time and seemingly increasing stress with work…

Preparing for Sunday, April 28

Hey Church! We are excited to worship with you this Sunday and I wanted to take a moment to share with you our outline with some links to a couple (yes two) new songs that we will be doing this week. As we discuss living for God’s kingdom and not our own kingdoms, I would like to take some to time to gaze at our King and ponder His love. Instead of considering our citizenship in God’s kingdom as a…

Shepherds

A while ago pastor Ken reminded us that the angels revealed to the shepherds and not to kings or religious rulers, that the Messiah had been born. That set something going in my slightly under-sized brain and got me to looking around for some information about the shepherds of Jesus’ day. I’ve been told before that these guys were poor, but it turns out that they were beyond poor—they were at the bottom of the socio-economic food chain. Actually, not…
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