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Seeing Resurrection

April 4, 2021
Easter Sunday is a day of gratitude every year, but this year especially, we gather to celebrate the risen Christ with new enthusiasm. Easter reminds us of Christ’s faithfulness and…

Commitment

March 28, 2021
A team functions best when the players are committed to one another. Palm/Passion Sunday reminds us of the people’s wavering commitment to Christ. On Sunday, they welcome him with palm…
Worship is not just the responsibility of the pastor, the band, or the choir. The congregation is never the audience. Instead, we are all on the field when we worship…
Athletes grow by learning from their mistakes. They watch game film and receive coaching to improve. Confession creates space for us to evaluate our walk with Christ to discover how…
It’s tempting to swing at a bad pitch every now and then. Swing at too many bad pitches though and you’ll never learn to wait for the good ones. Lent…
Each great ball club has a history filled with great victories and even sorrowful defeats. Players on the team are a part of that team’s legacy. They recognize where the…

Getting in Shape

February 21, 2021
Conditioning and stretching our muscles is a top priority during spring training. As we work on our own spiritual growth, prayer is a top priority that conditions the spiritual muscles…

How Can I Help?

February 14, 2021
A church can only be what God has called them to be when everyone takes on their role as “minister.”
Worry and distractions often prevent us from giving quality time to God and to the people we love. The story of Mary and Martha reminds us of the importance of…
The Love Language of physical touch has certainly changed with COVID-19, but our need to express love unconditionally and as a blessing still remains.