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Helping people discover Christ through the seasons of life
January 23rd 2020
Good Evening! So how's it going this week?  Have you taken the challenge to pray, “God, I give you my mind.  I give you my eyes.  I give you my mouth.  May I speak what you want me to say.  May I hear only your truth today and have the wisdom to reject that which is not true.  Here are my hands.  May You use them to build your kingdom.  Here are my feet.  Lead me to where you want me to go.  Help me to
January 17th 2020
Good Friday late Morning to you! Well the storm is raging as I am typing this but it is looking like the heaviest will be clearing out soon. Hang tight and stay warm. These past couple of weeks I know have been challenging with the prayers I have been asking you to consider praying but I am so grateful for what God has been doing in my life and in many of yours. To hear many of you tell me how God has been searching your heart to he
January 3rd 2020
that we cancelled Sunday!  (I thought that was funny.) If we could have been together I would have shared our final message in our Christmas series this year.  The way we can celebrate Christmas is by 1. Being thankful for the joy of Christmas. “But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.” – Luke 2:10   “But when the time had
December 13th 2019
Sunday we celebrated the beginning of the second week of advent by being reminded to be fruitful. In Matthew chapter 3 John the Baptist called people to repent, confess and to be baptized.  His life was a great picture for us to live our lives for the One that is to come again.  John blazed a path of fruitfulness for God's plan through Jesus Christ. We too are to continue to blaze a path, a life lived in helping others see who Jesus is and what
November 19th 2019
Over the past two Sunday's we have touched on what it means to be blessed with a burden and blessed to be a blessing.  Both of these remind us that we have the awesome privilege to be given a divine burden from God that often times we are one of the few that have been given that burden and God wants us to do something about burden that He has lain on our heart. We also have the privilege to have been blessed to be a blessing, meaning that God has b
October 31st 2019
Sunday we were reminded that spiritual maturity isn't how much we know, (about the Bible, God or Jesus) but how much we obey.  I believe that most Christians have been educated way beyond their level of obedience.  We all know these amazing truths about Jesus, but we don't live it out. We want a revival in our hearts without repentance in our lives. We want to add Jesus in our hearts and lives without subtracting sin. 1 John
October 23rd 2019
Sunday, we learned that we DO use more than 10% of our brain.  If you would like to know more here is a link to a video. I was little surprised by how many have bought into the myth that God wants me happy.  It is truly myth that we busted because if God wants me happy and I'm not then G
October 17th 2019
Sunday, we talked about the Myth that there are other ways to God. Honestly, it is a nice thought.  It makes you feel good knowing that if that were true, then anyone no matter their spiritual state could enter heaven once they passed from their earthly bodies.  That it really doesn't matter if you are Hindu, Buddhist or Muslim that in the end, we all will make it to an eternity with God.   Too bad that Jesus Himself tell
October 10th 2019
Just wanted to thank everyone who came out for serve day on the 6th.  Thanks to Jason and Craig for the music and each of you who held signs, directed traffic, filled cups and cheered to encourage each runner going and coming.  2 Timothy 1:7-9 reminds us, “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity (fear), but a spirit of power, of love, and self-discipline. So do not be ashamed to testify about our Lord, or ashamed of me his prisone
October 3rd 2019
Stephen Plopper finished up our series on Margin by preaching about having Moral Margin in our lives.  That means putting distance between you and temptation. James 1:13-15 remind each of us, "When tempted, no one should say, "God is tempting me." For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone; but each one is tempted when, by his own evil desire, he is dragged away and enticed.  Then, after desire has conceived