Meet the Family Ministries Team
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Meet the Family Ministries Team

Written by Jennifer Redmond, M.Ed., Communications Team This group of leaders is responsible for managing the many awesome volunteers who interact with the children and youth of our church each and every week. Guiding them is Pastor Brenton Lehman, whose job description, in a nutshell, is to “oversee all adult and next-generation spiritual formation.” He...

The Strength Paradox
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The Strength Paradox

Written by Abby Barr, M.Ed. All of us have areas of our lives where we excel. We are called into roles in which our gifts shine and our weaknesses are minimized. If you’re anything like me, you love spending time fulfilling these roles. I love the effortlessness that is experienced when my gifts intersect nearly...

Ministry of the Puzzle
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Ministry of the Puzzle

Written by Dorian Watson, M.A. My dad loves jigsaw puzzles, especially ones with 1,000 or more pieces. He recently bought several for us to put together as a family. As we worked on them, I noticed that more than putting the pieces into place, my father enjoyed watching his children check the design, locate the...

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,...

For the Days We Doubt God’s Goodness
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For the Days We Doubt God’s Goodness

Written by Beth Joseph, Women’s Ministry Leader Every week, I have the blessing of nannying two children in Lynchburg. One of the children has the sweetest heart of any child I have ever known. He is constantly sacrificing his own desires to make his older sister happy. His selfless attitude and deep awareness of his...

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