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

An Unexpected Blessing

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A letter written by Rev. Don Gotham on 6/14/2019 Last weekend I noticed the loss of what I thought was part of a filling.  I had no pain, and chewing didn’t seem to cause me … Read More

Letter from Rev. Don: “How Many Minutes?”

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Today I had a conversation with a parishioner about my rapidly upcoming leave. They shared how they heard a pastor tell of his experience taking the renewal leave required by his church. The story was … Read More