How do you love your brother or sister in Christ through difference of opinion on public health? There are a few opinions on Covid-19; have you noticed? All of those opinions have been put on steroids by the fact that a vast majority of our communication is now happening online and everyone speaks like they have the authority of a prophet as soon as they get behind a keyboard. It’s been said before and bears repeating, the internet is the friend of information and the enemy of thought. Continue reading →
by Christine Overholt, Director of Women’s Ministry
I often marvel at God and His provision. I don’t know why I find myself so often surprised, His character is unchanging. Yet once again, I am so thankful for God preparing my heart and guiding me by His Word. Continue reading →
On Good Friday, in the introduction to his message, John shared that he was not that tech savvy and that the last time he “zoomed” was when he “zoom, zoom, zoomed” in his Mazda Miata years ago. That was a great line. Being there in the sanctuary with him, of course I gave him a thumbs-up. Continue reading →
What a time to be alive. I am simultaneously over and under-reacting to too much and too little information, all while in isolation, but also with everyone else everywhere at the same time. Continue reading →
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