New Sermon Series Starts This Sunday

The Bible talks a lot about kingdoms. Kingdoms of humans and the Kingdom of God. We are citizens of both the kingdom of humans and God’s Kingdom, but how do we tell the difference? And why should we be concerned? Pastor Glen is back from vacation and begins a new,...

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Sticks and Stones

The events of yesterday, Wednesday, January 6th, will haunt us here in the United States for many, many years. The assault on our capital in Washington, D.C. was horrible to watch and struck at our hearts. We knew it was possible, but we really didn’t expect it to happen. This...

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Operation Christmas Child boxes

Thank You to All Who Participated! Karen Olson picked up and delivered our boxes to Samaritan’s Purse yesterday.  She sends her thanks to everyone and expressed her gratitude on behalf of herself and Samaritan’s Purse. We had four stacks of boxes in the office, totaling 29 boxes and there were also...

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Thoughtful Thursday: Veterans Day Contemplations

Endurance, Training & Willingness to Sacrifice Yesterday many people had a day off of work in honor of those who have served our nation in the armed forces. It made me pause to think about the sacrifices made by those who choose to serve and about the camaraderie there often is between...

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Thoughtful Thursday: Waiting…

Waiting… At the time that I wrote this we were still waiting to see who would win the presidential election. The waiting has been so anticlimactic compared to the campaigning that preceded it. If you’re like me, you just want to know who will win so we can finally put it all...

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Thoughtful Thursday: Strong Words About Division

Strong Words About Division I personally find poor losers and gloating winners to be equally offensive (I’ve been both). They are prideful expressions that only cause further division. This week we have seen both of those expressed in regard to the appointment of Justice Amy Coney Barrett and I expect that we will...

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Thoughtful Thursday: Revisiting 10 Familiar Bible Verses

Since so many things in our world are unsettled right now, I thought we could all stand to be encouraged by taking some time to meditate on these familiar verses.  Remember that we severe a God who is not overwhelmed or surprised by the events of this world.  His love...

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Washington Prayer March 2020

This Saturday, Franklin Graham is leading a prayer march in Washington DC. It is not a protest or a rally to support anything political. It is a day of prayer to ask God to heal our land. “America is in trouble. Our communities are hurting, our people are divided, and there’s fear...

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What is Prayer to YOU?

Prayer and what it means is a subject that seems to be coming up frequently for me. Earlier this week we sent an email about the WCA’s “For Such a Time as This: International Call to Pentecostal Fasting & Prayer” (click HERE to see again). Then, a friend asked for prayer...

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