“Impossible” – by Chris Heldt

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            We celebrate a milestone this weekend.  It was fifty years ago, on July 20, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin first stepped foot onto the surface of the moon.  With the advancement of technology since then, today this … Read More

Weekly Devotional: “Pulling an Albert”

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When I was growing up my parents had a good friend named Albert.  Albert and my Father had worked together and they often shared fishing vacations up north.  When my Father was out in the boat fishing … Read More

Modern Day Miracles – Beth Miller

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Recently, I was talking with a friend about the pregnancies of Mary and Elizabeth. Mary, the mother of Jesus, was visited by an angel who told her she was carrying the son of God. Elizabeth … Read More

Weekly Devotional – Hands and Feet Of Christ

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I love the expression “the hands and feet of Christ”. I love to visualize carrying out this expression. I like to think our church takes this expression to heart. I know from personal experience it does. I … Read More

Weekly Devotional: “Mixed Messages”

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Last week I noticed that there was a voicemail on our land line. I listened to the message; it was from the Social Security Administration. Yes, I know, a scam. The woman with the very … Read More

Off and Running!

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Letter written by Peggy Miller for June 21, 2019 Weekly Messenger. This week started our summer camp programs: S.T.A.R.S. (for elementary students), Xcel (for grades 6th-8th), and Xcel Beyond (for students in 9th grade and above). … Read More

Devotional – Father’s Day

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June 21, 2019 This week we celebrated Father’s Day. A wonderful time to honor those who were present in our lives as Fathers. I remember my Father holding me and hugging me when I was little, … Read More

Devotional – You Live In A Shack

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Written by Grace Epperson for the 6/14/2019 Weekly Messenger. When I was in elementary school a new girl, Corrine, came to our school. Corrine was very tall and towered over everyone and she decided that … Read More