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Advent is Almost Here

  “Open Your Hearts to Christmas” This Sunday we begin our exciting Advent Series as we discover how to “Open our Hearts to Christmas”. You won’t want to miss out on the journey to the “Birth of Jesus.”  Invite a friend or neighbor.  With blessings, Pastor Tim See you in Worship!

With a Heart of Thanksgiving

Dear Friends, If holidays can be said to be a color, for me, Thanksgiving is a “brown holiday”. .  something other than the frenzied red of the secular Christmas, the holy white of Easter, the patriotic red, white and blue of July 4, or the orange leaves and landscapes at rest after the harvest. A peaceful color is appropriate for the day. …

The Difference of Today

Based on research of 557 churches from 2004 to 2010, 9 out of 10 churches in America are declining or growing at a pace that is slower than that of their communities.  Simply stated, churches are losing ground in their own backyards. Another way of looking at it is generationally about two-thirds of the Builder generation, those born before 1946 are Christians. …

TRANSFORMED: How God Changes Us

The only way to truly change your life is to change the way you think.  That’s why the Bible says in our theme verse, “Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.”  (Romans 12:2) So, what is the difference between conforming and transforming? “ To conform means to “make or…

Did You Know?

There have been a lot of changes on the church campus.  After worship on Sunday, we invite you to walk around and see the remodeling of the buildings.  Start in the Christian Education wing and notice the new classrooms, and of course, the new restrooms.  Little Acorn Board and Executive Director Kim have been working very hard to modernize these areas used…

We are the Family of God

To the Parents of our young children, may we suggest . . . Relax! God put the wiggle in children so don’t feel you have to suppress it in Gods’ house. All are welcome! Sit towards the front where it is easier for your little ones to see and hear what is going on. They get tired of seeing the backs of…

Be A Loving Church

One of the most important factors for growth in the church is how loving we are as Christians. It is critical and a must that the churches of today learn to be loved-filled communities. It’s love that reaches people. We don’t argue people into the kingdom, or ask people to be just like us. We LOVE them into the community. So, how…

He Let It Go

Perhaps, Jesus’ ultimate act of faith was not so much as coming to earth as in leaving it. After a lifetime of preparation and only three years of implementation and training, He had to look at His mission and then let it go. “It is finished,” He said in His dying breath. And then, He let go. When you have done everything…

The Importance of Confession

Ash Wednesday is the first day in the forty day season of Lent. Some traditions observe Shrove Tuesday, or Mardi Gras, the day be-fore Ash Wednesday. As the journey to the cross unfolds over the next forty days, Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of a season of penitence and confession. The tradition of marking the worshiper with ashes during a Worship Service…

A Theology of Enough – for Everyone

“That all may have fullness in life.” (John 10:10b) For all to have fullness of life, we must begin with the fact that “all” includes every living person. It includes the economically rich and the economically poor, plus those in the middle that may have varying levels of access to economic resources and power. Traditionally, the church has talked about this diversity…