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How to Enjoy Life

Posted on Jul 10, 2013

Sometimes we think that as Christians we have to be miserable. We don’t! But we also need to realize that life isn’t simply about seeking to fulfill our desires.

Compassion and Fatherood

Posted on Jun 15, 2013

Fatherhood is often described by tough words like provider, leader, and strength. The soft, tender words like nurturer, caring, and kind are usually reserved for moms. We thank fathers for the work they did, the instruction they gave, the stuff they provided. And while this isn’t wrong, it surely isn’t complete.

A Life Characterized by Love

Posted on Jun 4, 2013

Yes, even though the church has done amazing acts of love over the centuries, we seem to have a fairly negative image in our current world. Some of that should not be surprising as Jesus warns us that we will be persecuted. However, much of our bad rap is brought on by our own errors.

Who Are You Following?

Posted on May 29, 2013

The reality is that we all are following someone or something right now. Perhaps it is our sinful desires. Perhaps it is the patterns we have learned from our upbringing. Perhaps it is the world.

Top 10 Father's Day Skits

Posted on May 29, 2013

We have pulled together scripts for the Top 10 Father's Day skits that you can perform this Father's Day.

Do You Put God In A Box?

Posted on May 21, 2013

I’m sure you’ve seen kids who have no fear of their parents. It isn’t pretty. Those kids have a weak view of their parents and so they become rebellious and out of control. They do what they want to do regardless of their parents’ position. Are we like this with God?

Stretched and Pulled

Posted on May 15, 2013

God doesn't allow trials in our life for some sick and twisted pleasure of His. What we look at as an awful situation, God looks at as an opportunity to develop our character.

Top 10 Mother's Day Skits

Posted on May 8, 2013

With Mother's Day approaching, we thought we would compile a list of our Top 10 skits for Mother's Day that you can perform at church during your worship service.

Giving Thanks on Mother's Day

Posted on May 6, 2013

It is so important that we remember the people in our lives who have loved us. We need to honor them and give them thanks. If we fail to do so, our hearts will become darkened and our lives will become meaningless.

Encouraging Mothers in their Overwhelming Responsibility

Posted on May 1, 2013

The moment a woman becomes a mother she is changed: her capacity to love without demands, willingness to sacrifice for another, and protect at all costs. Motherhood is messy business.

Praying Intentionally

Posted on Apr 24, 2013

Prayer is one of the most vital aspects of our relationship with God. As sons and daughters of the King, it’s our awesome privilege to be able to enter his throne room and drink from the Spirit of the living God. It’s in our times of prayer that we draw near to God to worship, confess, rest, and refresh.

How Big Is God In Your Life Today?

Posted on Apr 15, 2013

Life happens—the good, the bad, and the ugly. Today God may seem far away, he may be very present in the storm you’re facing right now, or for many just somewhere in between. No matter what our circumstances, it’s always good to be reminded that we serve a mighty and victorious God.

How To Balance Truth and Grace

Posted on Apr 8, 2013

Jesus is the only human person who perfectly balanced truth and grace. It can be a difficult line to walk consistently. Harsh legalism weighs in on one end and passive freedom for all on the other; leaning too far in either direction is a poor reflection of what the gospel is about.

2013 Egg Hunt Winners

Posted on Apr 3, 2013

We are eggcited to announce the winners of the 2013 Annual Egg Hunt! If you see your name listed here, we will be contacting you by email within the next few days to give you your prize!

Complaining: Our Attitude of Ingratitude

Posted on Apr 3, 2013

Complaining is like a second language. We all speak it fluently and sometimes don’t even notice when we’ve slipped into it. We complain about the weather, our jobs, traffic, the lines at the store, lack of parking, the cost of gas, the school system, and the list goes on. And even after all our grumbling, we don’t feel any better; we usually feel worse and so do the people around us. Negativity is highly contagious.

Feeling Out of Control? Lessons from Good Friday

Posted on Mar 25, 2013

As we approach Easter Sunday and enter into a time of reflection, I’m again blown away by all the pieces that fell into place to fulfill the prophecies recorded long before Jesus was born. From the events surrounding his birth, to John the Baptist, to the donkey Jesus used to enter Jerusalem, and ultimately his death on a cross, God used ordinary people to accomplish his extraordinary purpose.