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Posted On: Friday, January 8, 2021 - 2:09pm
A new year, and new "Chats" coming at you! I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays. This Sunday we celebrate baptism. During the Children's Time, Pastor Mike talks about celebrations and gets caught eating a piece of cake. So,cut yourself a piece of cake to enjoy as you watch this week's service! Also, Pastor Mike's sermon for this Sunday is entitled, "Drown Proofing."  There are two kinds of drown...
Posted On: Friday, January 8, 2021 - 2:01pm
From Pastor Mike's sermon on January 10, 2021: So, what’s spiritual drownproofing? It’s the grace to let go and let God. You know the first law of holes: “if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.”[1] Well, when you find you’re in over your head, stop struggling. Relax into the situation like a kitten in her momma’s mouth. That doesn’t come naturally to us, I know. We don’t have an instinct...
Posted On: Thursday, December 17, 2020 - 9:15am
Whew, what a December it has been!  It is hard to believe that Christmas Eve is a week away.  Here's the scoop on what to expect in the week ahead: Friday, Dec. 18--office closed. I will be taking a vacation day. Sunday, Dec. 20--The premiere of this year's Sunday school Christmas Program!  We are still in the middle of production, but the pageant will be ready to view on our YouTube channel (...
Posted On: Friday, December 11, 2020 - 1:58pm
Last call!  We want to see as many Christmas cards, pictures, and videos as we can get for our Christmas slideshow and and video.  Get yours to me by Monday, through email or text.  Even if it just a recent photo from your phone, we would love to have it. If you are planning to perform a musical piece for Christmas Eve, please contact me by Monday!  I have to start recording next week!!! If all...
Posted On: Friday, December 4, 2020 - 11:50am
I have some Holiday Reminders for you today: We want you to mail or email/text your Christmas card to the church!  We are going to compile them into a slideshow for everyone to view, and also mail a special copy to those who may not have the technology to view it online. Not only do we want to see your Christmas card, we would love to hear your Christmas greeting! Take a short video (30 seconds...

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