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The Crown

Posted by Ryan Leffel on

The Crown Kelly and I have watched each season of the Netflix series, “The Crown.” I’m sure like many of you we find it intriguing and entertaining. It’s about a life and culture that is foreign to nearly the entire world’s population. Last week we watched episode...

Hess's Headlines November 2020

Posted by Chad Hess on

Dear Church,             Throughout history there are extremely difficult situations that are heart-wrenching to study; however, in the middle of almost every study of the heartbreaking, you will also find true tales of compassion...

Religion That God Accepts

Posted by Hope Murphy on

Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. James 1:27 (NIV)   Learn to do right; seek justice.     Defend the...

Is Christ the Focus of Your Life?

Posted by Jarod Grimes on

Is Christ the Focus of Your Life? Phil. 3:17-21   Who you follow matters. Who you hang out with and surround yourself with matter. What you put in your mind matters. What you focus on matters. What is the focus of your life? What is the focus of those who you follow?   Paul tells...

Happy Fall Y'all

Posted by Becky Daugherty on

What a beautiful fall season we are enjoying! So often our area has about two weeks of fall and jumps right into winter. But this year we have been blessed with beautiful cooler days, vibrant colors, and an awesome balance of sunshine and rain. My daughter, Andrea, recently told me it occurred...

Despair

Posted by Ryan Leffel on

“Were it not for God’s promises we might well despair.” from Waiting on God by Andrew Murray The dictionary defines despair as “utter loss of hope,” “a cause of hopelessness,” or “to lose all hope or confidence.” As we look back over all...

Hess's Headlines September

Posted by Chad Hess on

Dear Church,             How many times have you prayed a hedge of protection around someone? It is interesting that prayers will include this as a request for protection and security, but David prayed for a guard over his own...

A Word from Hope

Posted by Hope Murphy on

Psalm 78:4 (ESV)“We will not hide them from their children, but tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the LORD, and his might, and the wonders He has done.” 7 seconds. 8 seconds. 3 seconds. The jury is still out, but research in the last five years indicates that...

Jonah

Posted by Jarod Grimes on

As I read through Jonah 3, studied it, and consulted commentaries on this chapter, God made me aware of all that was going on in this chapter. The Warren Wiersbe Bible Commentary has helped me understand so much of the Bible and often times when he shares an illustration or gives an explanation...

Geraniums

Posted by Belinda Green on

I was looking out my kitchen window at the geraniums that had been so pretty when I first got them. No longer did they have the big pink and red blooms that once were so beautiful. I had watered them and tried to care for the, but slowly, the blooms died and no new ones took their place. All at...

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