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Communion: Connection Between Old and New Covenants

Lincoln Huseby
Three and half thousand years ago in Egypt, God chose Moses to lead His people out of slavery. The Israelites had been there for four hundred years suffering under the yoke of the Pharaohs. Their lives belonged to Pharoah from the moment they were born. ... Read more
You Are A Classic

You Are A “Classic”

Wayne Staker
What comes to mind when you think of the word “classic”? Classic movies? Classic books? Classic music? For me, it is classic cars. If I had a lot of money, I would love to spend some of it restoring classic cars. I’m talking cars from ... Read more

On the Clock: Stewarding Our Gifts and Talents

Lincoln Huseby
What do we mean when we say, “I’m on the clock”? It most often means that we are at work and cannot be distracted by anything outside of our duties. During “on the clock” hours, my time is not my own. I am held accountable ... Read more

Three Ways to Pray Effectively

Wayne Staker
If you like to read, you know that there are hundreds of books available on the subject of prayer. Books written by men and women who are a lot smarter than I am. So, you might be wondering, what can I say about prayer that ... Read more
two are better than one

Four Reasons Why Two Are Better Than One

Nathaniel Wall
Ecclesiastes 4:9 says: “Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor:” Why are two better than one? Obviously, it is not always true that two are better than one. On some occasions, two people together can be more destructive ... Read more

Silence and Solitude

Nathaniel Wall
COVID has created separation and isolation for many of us, and it has not been easy. After all, we are created by God for relationship. Some of us require more relational time than others, but all of us need healthy friendship as an important component ... Read more

Say Goodbye to Bitterness

Nathaniel Wall
Bitterness….We all wrestle with it, but it is toxic for our souls. Acts 8:23 says: “For I see that you are poisoned by bitterness.” AHHH!!! How can we avoid bitterness? Not only does the Bible tell us that bitterness is toxic, it also tells you and I ... Read more

What Does It Mean To Be With Jesus?

Wayne Staker
The book of Acts gives us wonderful insights into the establishment of the church, and it contains many “firsts” in the Bible. In Acts, the church begins, it grows to include the Gentiles, and many points of doctrine and practices are established. Acts is full ... Read more

How Do You Measure Your Blessings?

Nathaniel Wall
Some soul filling thoughts to consider this holiday season. If someone were to ask, “Are you blessed?”, you would likely start taking an inventory of the stuff you have: friends, family, fortune, food , fun. I know I likely would. After examining your material and ... Read more

Children’s Ministry Safety Procedures

Nathaniel Wall
Our children’s ministry staff has been working diligently to prepare for a safe re-opening of our kid’s classes. We wanted to inform parents and guardians of the expectations we desire to maintain in our classrooms. Please read through the following safety guidelines and procedures and ... Read more