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We’ll be taking a break from organized, scheduled events for July. It’s a good season to rest. In August, we’ll resume our gatherings, but with one change: Instead of meeting every other Sunday for Worship Gatherings and every other Monday … Continue reading
This captures my imagination: Jesus once said that the gates of hell would not prevail against his church. Wow! And the church is on the move! But what is this church Jesus speaks of? What is it’s clearest, simplest form? … Continue reading
So Corona has kind of changed everything – right? But we are persevering and I hope you are, too. Later tonight, we have an on-line gathering for prayer and to encourage one another for missional living. It’s not the same … Continue reading
What is your strategy for changing the world in the right direction for a long time to come? Jesus’ strategy was discipleship. Thinking about our part in that work is our focus for tomorrow night’s worship gathering. (6:45 pm in … Continue reading
This Saturday Night, we’ll be at Nicholl’s Barn – located on the Bernath Family Farm – (for Google Maps, enter this address: 3445 SR13, 32259.) We’ll get started about 6:45. And there will be dessert! A few years back I … Continue reading
How do people grow spiritually? That’s been a serious question for me for a number of years. Willow Creek released several books based on the REVEAL survey taken by something like 400,000 people in churches. It (ahem) revealed that many, … Continue reading