The Power of Perseverance
We've all discovered that it's just a whole lot easier to quit than it is to persevere. This Sunday in our 10am service, Craig will share a variety of modern day examples of those who refused to quit in the face off daunting obstacles. We'll also hear an inspiring story from the book of Joshua. And Craig will extend words of appreciation and admiration for out choices to persevere during this ongoing pandemic. The Zoom link is located on the homepage of our website for th
The Value of Looking Back
That is the topic of Craig's message this Sunday at 10am in the new teaching series, Conquering Life's Challenges. The Old Testament book of Joshua offers us some helpful and hope-dispensing parallels with our ongoing COVID challenges. We'll be reminded that recalling God's faithfulness in our past, can help us to better handle and respond to our present day challenges. We will be meeting in the building, but if you prefer to zoom the service, the link is on the homepage o
We're back (again)!
We'll resume meeting in the building this Sunday at 10am. As we did last fall, you are welcome to not wear a mask DURING THE SERVICE. But please wear it before and after the service. And, as always, our Zoom option will continue. CONQUERING LIFE'S CHALLENGES is the new series I begin this Sunday. It will be based on the Old Testament book of Joshua. A fascinating story that offers some parallels to our COVID wilderness wanderings. See you Sunday! The link to our zoom
Loss and Grief
When we think of loss and grief, we usually associate it with someone who has lost a family member or friend. But one of the many casualties of this pandemic are the different types of losses we have all experienced over the past year. The loss of independence from staying at home...the loss of not being able to travel or gather with friends and family...the loss of hugs and handshakes...the loss of not being able to meet together on Sundays. Grief can be the residue from