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Proverbs 3

Posted by Jim Bellig on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 3Jim Bellig, Executive Elder Proverbs 3 really speaks to me about my need to keep God’s Word continually on my heart, in my thoughts, and part of my daily life.  As I was spending time in chapter 3 of Proverbs, the following verses stuck out to...

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Proverbs 2

Posted by Brian Andes on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 2Brian Andes, Worship Pastor Wisdom and understanding can make a huge difference in our lives. How many times have we found ourselves in the middle of a disaster or left lost and confused? More often than not, we struggle through these situations because we...

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Proverbs 1

Posted by Larry Vold on

  By Larry VoldSenior Pastor A couple of pastors from a local church were standing by the side of the road, pounding a sign into the ground, that read: “The end is near! Turn yourself around now before it's too late!”  As a car sped past them, the driver yelled, "Leave us...

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Making Disciples Starts With This

Posted by Kaci Piccillo on

When something exciting happens, our instinctive reaction is to share.  Score the dream job?  Call your buddies.  Welcome a new grandchild?  Tell your girlfriends.  Get engaged?  Post the perfect ring shot.  Sure, this is perpetuated in an age of social media...

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What I Learned About Love

Posted by Marilyn Tounger on

About two and a half years ago, my now-husband asked me to be his girlfriend. We were in Paris and had just shared an incredible dinner with some even better wine, when I looked at the clock on my phone. It was 8:57pm. At 9:00pm, the Eiffel Tower lights would turn on and sparkle the way only...

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Set His Face

Posted by Danny Strange on

Jesus Set His Face Towards Jerusalem Sometimes in life we find ourselves face-to-face with a task we have no desire to do: Drive to the hospital to say goodbye to a loved one; Go into the office and tell someone their career is over; Break up with a boyfriend or girlfriend. In these moments...

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Happy New Year!

Posted by Buz Hannon on

Is it finished? Or is it only just beginning?    Is this the back to normal? The waiting for the other shoe to drop, for the grind of work to return, for the pace of life to increase, for the letdowns of the holidays to rush in to a quiet, dismal January? Are the holidays really...

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Blessed Are The Peacemakers

Posted by Buz Hannon on

Have you ever had the surreal experience of finding out that a word is, in fact, NOT pronounced the way you thought it was? I find this happens a lot with my oldest son. He loves to read, and he does his best at pronouncing well, but when you're faced with an unfamiliar word you just have to...

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The God of All Comfort

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Adeline Sophia leapt into the world at 4:30am, July 30, 2015. Lee and I faced all the usual challenges of first-time parents but I was caught off guard by all the feelings I experienced. Feeling like I could never be enough, feeling like my world was closing in to swallow me whole, feeling...

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We Had To Celebrate

Posted by James Teyler on

Sometimes The Best Thing To Do Is To Celebrate I took a StrengthsFinder Test last year. If you have ever taken one of these tests, you know it is scary how spot-on it can categorize you. I found out one of my strengths is labeled "The Achiever." The test went on to give some descriptions for...

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