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A Christmas Memory

Posted onDecember 21, 2017 | by: Father Chuck Owens | 0 comments

In London during World War II, in the aftermath of a German bombing raid on Christmas Eve, a congregation gathered at their church only to discover it had been destroyed. They cleared away enough of the rubble to find a few pews and the altar and began to celebrate the birth of Jesus. During the worship service, someone picked up a broken board and, using a piece of charred wood, wrote on it these words: “Blasted but still blessed!” ...Keep Reading

I run with purpose

Posted onNovember 16, 2017 | by: Pastor Jonathan Riddle | 0 comments

Eighteen months ago, in a hospital outside of Columbia I made a promise to a young girl. She had survived a hit-n-run accident that killed her best friend. ...Keep Reading

The Ebb and Flow of Spiritual Life

Posted onNovember 2, 2017 | by: Pastor Jeff Falkowski | 0 comments

I am a big believer in the immediate presence of God’s Spirit. There are periods in my life when the sense of God presence can be wonderful and overwhelming. There are also times when the sense of God’s absence can be absolutely crushing. ...Keep Reading

A Night of Fun

Posted onOctober 26, 2017 | by: Pastor Jonathan Riddle | 0 comments

Our “Monday Night Main Event” began in 2015 with the hope that we would bring the generations together. It’s a night filled with laughing, a children’s message, a family craft and dinner and has been a huge success....Keep Reading