CIRCLE OF LIGHT SOUP LUNCHEON

The Circle of Light will be hosting their Soup Luncheon on Sunday, February 4, at 11:30 AM. They plan to have at least 10 different soups to choose from for a free-will donation. Proceeds go to fund their different outreach ministries. All are invited and welcome!

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YOUTH SUNDAY – FEB. 4

Our annual Youth Sunday is coming up on February 4 with one-combined service at 10:00 AM. It will feature seniors, Montana Boatman and Kyle Daugherty, as well as many of the youth filling in the key leadership roles from greeting to communion. Come show the future leaders of our church your support and appreciation!

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BLANKET SUNDAY OFFERING

We introduced the Blanket Sunday Offering on January 21 and will collect gifts through January 28. All designated contributions will go to Church World Service to provide blankets and emergency items for those caught in devastating circumstances such as: hurricanes, fires, tornadoes, floods, and more. A blanket can be used for warmth, as shelter, or …

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From External To Internal To Eternal

Christmas Day 2017 by Rev. Michael C. Dixon “I am for peace… they are for war!” ~ Psalm 120:7 I know there will always be wars. And so, there will always be a need for peace, and therefore, peace-making efforts. But the reality is, “Peace begins not at a Middle East table, but in a …

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God Never Changes

Christmas Eve 2017 by Elisabeth Johnson Through the redemptive work of Jesus Christ on the cross, I am a child of Yahweh. His promises are for me. Yahweh never changes. He is the same God today that He was when He made this promise of peace in Isaiah 54:10, “For the mountains may move and …

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Time Out!

Saturday, December 23, 2017 by Dennis Thiel During the game, the coach calls the players to the sidelines for a time-out. During those few minutes, he speaks to them, inspires them, slows them down, and helps them see a bigger picture. The team comes out of time-out mentally calmer and fitted with a revised plan …

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Can We Have Peace In Our Time?

Friday, December 22, 2017 by Peg Dixon from an article by John F. Valvoord, Dallas Theological Seminary The whole world is seeking peace; not only by Christians, but by adherents of every type of religion, every type of belief, and every type of political persuasion. But, in spite of the fact that we have suffered …

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This Old House . . . and Into the New

Thursday, December 21, 2017 by Dorothy McGee A decision was made this year to tear down the house my mother moved into when she was 5 years old. It was a relatively easy decision because the house was suffering from old age in many ways. Since my mother was happy to see it happen, the …

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Start At the End

Wednesday, December 20, 2017 by Steve Webb Have you ever had that feeling late in the day that you’re, well… running out of gas? Another example is the old country song, “Too Much Month at the End of the Money.” Sometimes it’s predictable to run out of steam. Late in the day, week, month and …

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