Staff Blog

Kids Church Volunteers- Preschool


This month I wanted to highlight our preschool Kids Church volunteers. This team is amazing and they ALL love the preschool ages with their whole heart and love spending their Sunday mornings with them. During their time in Kids Church, preschoolers will enjoy free play, worship, a Bible story and crafts. They will get a…

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An Early Morning Walk


November 16, 2021   The early morning dawn, peeking over the hills, Brought with it cold, upon myself brisk chills.   I was not alone on this morning walk, Inside my heart? It wanted to talk.   Gnawing questions, disturbing pouts, Rising hopes and crummy doubts,   Relationships not mended, Some still offended.   Problems…

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Love Must Be Sincere


About 15 years ago, I was asked it I would take up a chaplain position for our local boy scout troop.  I wasn’t expecting the offer, but after thinking just a few minutes about it, and with my son being newly involved in the troop, I happily agreed.  What an opportunity to pour prayer, scripture,…

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4 Things I Learned Spending Two Months as a Preschool Teacher


We started a preschool in February and through a series of unfortunate events, I had the privilege of stepping in as a preschool teacher for a couple months while we hired someone else (Someone who could do a much better job). In that time I learned a lot of valuable lessons about working in/running a…

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“I’m a Forgiving Person”


“I’M A FORGIVING PERSON”   August 22, 2019   “I’m a forgiving gal,” and that she proudly claimed. But bitter there she stood, “Justified! Unashamed!” She was judge and jury. “He’s guilty! I condemn.” Scorn and contempt she threw against the evil “them.”   But when called to forgive what a ruckus and fray! Outraged…

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Words of Life


I once participated in a small group, where the leader had asked everyone for prayer requests.  It’s a pretty common thing, I suppose, for us in small groups to be willing to share some of the struggles we are going through.  In fact, it is actually on of my favorite parts of “doing live together!” …

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