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Easter Resource for Parents: RightNow Media Video

As Easter fast approaches, I’d like to invite parents to use a RightNow Media video for daily teaching times with their kids. It’s called The Biggest Story – a 30-minute video broken up into three-minute chapters. You can watch one chapter per day with your children and discuss it together. If you start on April …

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Updates & Encouragement in Light of COVID-19 Crisis

Dear Church Family and Friends, Praise God for the peace and security that is ours in times like this! Christians are lambs in the Good Shepherd’s hands. If you’re trusting and following Jesus, then according to Psalm 23, He will provide for you, give you rest, restore you, guide you and protect you. When you …

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Blessed?

Many people like to use the hashtags #blessed or #soblessed when something good happens. I have no problem with that; however, a quick browse of those tags on Twitter reveals some alarming and even blasphemous comments. I will no longer assume that a person saying “I’m blessed” is necessarily Christian. I think there is a …

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Just Rest

  Last week I was on a spiritual retreat at the Billy Graham Training Center at the Cove. In talking with the others there, I was struck by the fact that many of us work until we drop, and we don’t actually rest until it is forced on us by the breakdown of our mental, …

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In the Light

Written by Dawn Rutan I’ve been thinking about sin lately, and I’m not the only one. It so “happens” that the sermon at our church this week was on 1 Corinthians 10:1-13. Just a few days ago, Desiring God posted this article by Garrett Kell, If They Fell, So Can You, which is well worth …

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