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Recipe For Life!

This past week, a neighbor and I were talking about our favorite recipes. Out of nowhere, she said, “I do not like flour. I do not like...

What Determines Your Worth?

by Diane Cretin We are God's handiwork, created to do good things, not for us but for the purpose of serving God and others. I think we...

The Spiritual Discipline of Study

School's out for summer! But learning never stops. As Christians, study is an essential Christian discipline. We know that studying the...

Beginning from a Place of Rest

A close reading of the first chapter of Genesis shows us that we as human beings began our first day on the planet on a "day off." After...

Five Minute Bible Study: Holy Spirit

by Pastor Kent In today's video, I reference a number of verses from John chapters 14-16 about the Holy Spirit. I talk briefly about the...

Get Away with God's Word

By Colleen Soldate, Director of Caring Ministries. Engaged in the rhythmic stroke of dusting the piano, the phone rings. Thrilled to...

Five Minute Bible Study: Feeling Forsaken

by Pastor Kent Last week, I spoke about God's promised presence. This week I focus on Jesus' last words according to Mark and Matthew...

Fear Not!

by Colleen Soldate, Director of Caring Ministries Growing up I learned early on that mealtime was a very special event in our home. It...

Celebrating Our Uniqueness

By Diane Cretin When I looked up the meaning of uniqueness, I found the following: - the quality of being the only one of its kind - the...

Finding Joy in SIP

For my family May is usually a very busy month. We have our wedding anniversary, Mother’s Day, my husband’s birthday, end of the school...

We Thrive Together!

by Colleen Soldate Sitting on the porch swing, my eyes follow the sound of the relaxing rhythm of the wind chimes hanging underneath our...

Reasons to be Thankful

It’s no secret that times have been challenging lately. Whenever I notice fear and complaining creeping in, I am reminded of a quote my...