Operation Christmas Child

    10.17.19 | Missions & Outreach | by Judy Foster

    Yves’ mother was pregnant with him when neighbors tried to kill them in Rwanda. He was born in a refugee camp in the Congo. More conflict forced his family to Kenya and finally to Togo. Though his father was a pastor, he hated people...

      A Vision Schematic

      10.10.19 | by John Jones

      We are moving forward to make our vision a vibrant part of who we are as a congregation. For more than 30 years we have pursued a biblical vision while, at the same time, cultivating a sub-identity as a unique congregation in...

        He Will Sustain

        10.03.19 | by Jake Bennett

        Many of you can imagine the fear of losing your eyesight. A few years ago, I was diagnosed with Fuchs Dystrophy. This is a rare eye disease that causes vision impairment. When I was first told about my condition, I was struck with the potential...

          Rahab

          09.26.19 | by Eric Mullinax

          There are things about Mrs. Mitchell’s Sunday School class of my youth that are quite dull in my memory bank. However, some things are remembered well, like her seasonally themed cupcakes, her warm embraces, and her dramatic story-telling...

            Our Mission Belongs to Him

            09.19.19 | by John Jones

            Isn’t it strange to contemplate that your personal mission in life is actually not your personal mission in life?  What is a personal mission? It can be very helpful for us to make our way through life with a sense of objective...

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