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The Cure-Trusting Jesus

    ​A story is told of a man who encountered Jesus and wanted to give his whole life to Him. Early in his journey, he came upon a signpost with two directional arrows pointing in opposite directions. The first arrow...

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      The Birth of Stephen Ministry

      01.31.18 | Caring | by Janet Cabascango

      Kenneth Haugk, a pastor and clinical psychologist in 1975, knew his congregation had practical concerns that needed to be met with love. The grieving needed a listening ear; the depressed, encouragement; the confused, guidance. Yet Haugk knew he...

        Smiling Back At Jesus

        11.30.17 | Small Groups | by Mark Nordlund

        Have you noticed how whenever someone smiles at you that you reflexively smile back?  This phenomenon is evidence of something called mirror neurons in our brains.  When we recognize a feeling...

          The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness

          09.27.17 | Book Recommendation | by David Smith

          Most, if not all of us, would say that pride is something we struggle with. And if we were being really honest, most of us would agree that we don't just struggle with pride--it's more like a constant, daily battle to not be consumed by it...

            Preparing To Downsize -- Audio Presentation

            09.08.17 | Aging | by Melodie Rice

            As we age, our large family home can feel harder and harder to maintain. The yard is too big, the stairs too many, the rooms too often empty and we begin to wonder if we should consider a smaller home, something more manageable, more cost...

              Be An Encourager

              09.01.17 | by Janet Cabascango

              In the words of Plato, “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” Let me add God’s word to it, be an encourager. It has been said that everyone is either in the midst of the battle or just coming out of a battle or about to enter...

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