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What I Preach to Myself

By Shaun Blakeney | Mar 27, 2017

“Shaun it must be nice to not have any problems.  You just wake up every morning singing worship songs and thanking God because everything is peachy keen.” Believe it or not, this is something I’ve heard several times.  I think that sometimes people believe that because I’m a pastor that I don’t have hard times…

Luke 10:7

By Tara Baldwin | Mar 27, 2017

Stay where you are welcomed. Become part of the family, eating and drinking whatever they give you. You are my workers and deserve to be cared for. Again, do not go from house to house, but settle down in a town and eat whatever they serve you. – Luke 10:7 I can picture Dorothy with her ruby…

Embracing Embarrassment

By Andrea Parsley | Mar 23, 2017

I personally believe that potty training a child is one of the hardest things we do as mothers. It tests our patience and perseverance. It challenges our time management and planning skills. It can also result in some of the most disgusting clean ups and embarrassing moments. I remember when I was in the midst…

The Key Ingredient to Leadership

By Matt Pilot | Mar 20, 2017

I love people who step out to lead. Nothing good ever happens without good leadership. This is true in a business and it is true in our church. Most of us can describe what a great leader does or what they look like – bold, strong, outspoken, courageous. They are action oriented and willing to…

Wear Your Own Shoes

By Abriel Arnel | Mar 20, 2017

There is nothing more rewarding than finding a pair of shoes that fit you perfectly! It’s almost as if those shoes were made and put on the shelf just for you. On the other hand, there is nothing more disappointing than when the shoes just don’t fit.   There is a saying I have heard…

Matthew 2:11

By Tara Baldwin | Mar 16, 2017

Matthew 2:11 …When they had opened their treasures, they presented to Him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh and bowed down and worshipped Him… In our family, I tend to be somewhat infamous for my Christmas wrapping. I take great pride in selecting just the right paper, ribbons, bows, name tags and any other decorative…

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