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Two announcements and the Sunday message: Announcement 1Monday 12/14, Worship Night at the Gables at 6:30. Come out to support if you can. Pray for us either way! Announcement 2January 16-17, LoveFirst Coast Prayer and Visioning Retreat at Nicholl’s Barn. If you … Continue reading
When I was in college, I was involved in a mid-week Bible study called Covenant University Fellowship – CUF. One of the things that attracted me to that study was the prospect of being with people who were honest, nice, … Continue reading
Second Saturday Celebration Tomorrow! 1) The First Coast Missional Communities worship gathering is this Saturday night at 6:30 at Faith Community Church. 2) We are looking forward to Daren and Crystal Libby being with us. God is doing something really cool through their … Continue reading
This is a season when people are very open to being blessed. You may be tempted to forgo the effort to bless others – afterall, people are giving and receiving gifts, telling others “Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays/Happy Chanukah/Seasons Greetings”, holding doors, … Continue reading
One of my mentors, Wayne Bauer, gave me a book a few weeks ago called The Art of Neighboring. (You can learn more here.) I want to share one idea that made me think and reflect. A group of pastors … Continue reading
So, last week some of the people I am working with decided to do something on their own. This is very exciting. You may not think it’s all that much after you read it. You may think it’s a little thing. If you … Continue reading