Creating Relationships
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Creating Relationships

Written by Tyler Cash, Outreach Minister Relationships are funny sometimes. When I think about the circumstances that led Sasha (my wife) and I together, I can’t help but laugh. Never in a million years would any sane person have looked at the two of us when we first met and said, “Those two will be...

Who are Your People?
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Who are Your People?

Written by Christi-Anna Boyer, Women’s Ministry Coordinator Who was your first childhood friend? What made that person your friend? Maybe it was the good times you had together, or risks you took together, or even the way you both liked the same sports or hobbies. Whatever it was that drew the two of you together,...

Freedom and Responsibility
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Freedom and Responsibility

Written by Andrew Moroz, Teaching Pastor Happy Fourth of July! Fourth of July is a celebration of freedom and democracy. But with freedom comes great responsibility. The freedom that has been given to us (by God) in the United States creates opportunities that many other people around the world do not have. Opportunities to dialogue,...

4 / Reflections on Sabbath: Contemplate
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4 / Reflections on Sabbath: Contemplate

Written by Ashley S. Davis, M.A, Resident in Counseling, Rivermont Counseling LLC When I think about practicing Sabbath, it can feel overwhelming, and if I’m honest, downright unrealistic. While a part of me longs for Sabbath, the more practical part of me wonders if it is possible to practice this spiritual discipline consistently. In ‘Emotionally...

3 / Reflections on Sabbath: Delight
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3 / Reflections on Sabbath: Delight

Written by Ashley S. Davis, M.A., Resident in Counseling, Rivermont Counseling LLC When I think about practicing Sabbath, it can feel overwhelming, and if I’m honest, downright unrealistic. While a part of me longs for Sabbath, the more practical part of me wonders if it is possible to practice this spiritual discipline consistently. In ‘Emotionally...