We'd all like to be known as a kind person, wouldn't we? But there are quite a few obstacles in reaching that worthy goal. This Sunday at 10am, Craig will offer several "kindness copouts", as well as a couple "kindness payoffs". You can't live a perfect day until you have done something for someone who will never be able to repay you. John Wooden If you'd like to increase your KQ, your kindness quotient, make this Sunday a priority. If you are not able to join us in the
Craig's message on this Father's Day Sunday at 10am, will remind parents with kids of ALL ages as to what CHOICES OF LOVE look like. Here are some of those choices: Love knows no limits to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading of hope, it can outlast anything; love anticipates challenges in parenting; love relinquishes our right to uninterrupted enjoyment of our children; love does not always mean protecting our kids from pain; love is staying connected with our pr
Finally! After three long months, we'll return to our church home this Sunday at 10am. But we'll also offer a live Zoom feed of the service for those who need to remain in quarantine. The Zoom link is located on the homepage of our website. Craig will continue the teaching series, It's All About Love, using I Corinthians 13 as our guide. The Choice of love we'll focus on this Sunday will be the green-eyed monster. See you Sunday!
The events of this past week have added a pandemic on top of a pandemic. A racial pandemic on top of the COVID 19 pandemic. This Sunday in our 10am Zoom service, Craig will offer some thoughts from the Bible as to what should be our response as Christ followers to the protests and racial tensions swirling all around us. Can you think of anyone who could use some help with their uncertainty and fears? Share the link to our Zoom service which is located on the homepage of o