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A Different Kind of Worship

During this time of this pandemic, one positive that has come from this has been a reassessment of what worship is about. We, as a society, have often fallen into the trap of thinking that worship is about US. What WE like, the hymns and style of music WE like, what WE think should be […]

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Thriving this Summer!

I do not think I am alone when I say these past two months have been hard! I have found some days I am overwhelmed with grief as I am not able to be physically with those I love and care for the way I am used to being. Other days I am filled with […]

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We Were Made to Thrive!

In September I introduced our theme for the 2019-2020 year – Thrive. Normally during late April and early May our discipleship programs are winding down…this year is a little different. As we continue to be in a waiting period for the all clear to be able to come out of our physical distancing cocoons, we […]

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Discipleship – Thrive

There is something about Fall that I love! I think it is a combination of all the things that go into the changing of the season; the cooler weather and the colors on the trees as they begin to shed their leaves.  Fall reminds me that all things have a season, even us! Sometimes we […]

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Pastor’s Manna – Signs of Change

 Signs of Change  As much as some of us might not want to admit it, the autumn and early winter season has come upon us:  •You can hear the wind blowing through the trees  •You can smell the fireplaces lighting up, beginning to warm our homes and hearts.  •You can feel the briskness of the […]

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Thrive

There is a song by Casting Crowns that has been playing in my mind on repeat for a while now. The words are this,  “So living water flowing through God we thirst for more of You. Fill our hearts and flood our souls with one desire. Just to know You and to make You known […]

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Pastor’s Manna – Thrive

Thrive  The original Middle English meaning of the word thrive was “to grow or increase”. Our modern-day understanding is “to flourish or prosper”.  Are you thriving? Not only in the sense of prospering, but are you …  Growing?  Increasing?  Flourishing?  Isn’t it hard to measure your life? How does one measure their level of growth […]

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