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Let There Be Peace

November 28, 2021
Dr. Ron Henderson begins the Advent season with a message about peace. Rev. Henderson served as superintendent of the North Central District for eight years before being named Director of…

What Do You Say?

November 21, 2021
We have a propensity to take the blessings from God we receive for granted and not show an appropriate measure of gratitude. We need to work on recognizing the blessings…

Thanking God

November 14, 2021
The Apostle Paul was grateful for the church at Philippi, not because their journey was always easy, but because they were on the journey together.

Leaving a Legacy

November 7, 2021
On All Saints Sunday, we remember the ordinary saints who have gone before us. They’ve left a legacy of faith by focusing on God and giving generously. Let’s live into…
The early disciples were sent out in pairs. They spread the good news of Jesus, not as individuals, but with others. We too are called to grow the church, not…
Like Nehemiah and his crew when they rebuild the wall in Jerusalem, we too need to pray as we begin to rebuild, recognize our threats, and team together to accomplish…
The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego reminds us that God provides community for us so that in the midst of trials, we can face our fears together.
Instead of focusing on each other’s shortcomings, Ruth and Naomi persevered by navigating challenges together. Although life can be difficult, we are better together.

World Communion Sunday

October 3, 2021
On World Communion Sunday, we are reminded that the Lord's Supper is a meal that helps us grow in our relationship with God, with each other, and with our world.
We all have an important role to play in this world. We can live into our call of ministry regardless of our age, circumstances, or career. We are all called…