Ignoring the Ruts
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Ignoring the Ruts

So what is the matter with being in a rut? There is an old saying “a rut is just a grave with both ends kicked out!” We talked in the Sunday sermon about habits or Rhythms that we get into.  Some good, some bad, and some, . . well just our routine. 

A Study Of Grief
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A Study Of Grief

A Study Of Grief Job 7:7b “My eyes will never see happiness again.” Q: Why now? Q: Was this tragedy because of my sin? Job 4:7-9 Q: How could a loving God do this? Q: How could God allow this to happen? Job 6:1-4 Q: God, are you even aware of my suffering? Job 30:20...

Job’s Darkness
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Job’s Darkness

Job’s Darkness Job 1:8 Then the Lord said to Satan, “Have you considered my servant Job? There is no one on earth like him; he is blameless and upright, a man who fears God and shuns evil.” I. Worship Job 1:20 At this, Job got up and tore his robe and shaved his head. Then...

A God Who Is Bigger Than Our Darkest Times
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A God Who Is Bigger Than Our Darkest Times

A God Who is Bigger Than Our Darkest Times I. Hiding From Friends, Family and From God – Jeremiah 23:24A “Who can hide in secret places so that I cannot see them?” declares the Lord. – Burned bridges – Guilt – Shame Psalm 139:7, 11 II. Allowing Yourself To Be “Hid” – Matthew 11:28-30 “Come...

Job’s Darkness
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Job’s Darkness

Hear Sharon's story of depression, family disappointment, trauma, and forgiveness.

It’s Been an Interesting Week…
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It’s Been an Interesting Week…

It’s been an interesting week around here.  The parking lot is full of Red Cross vehicles and the cars and RVs of the evacuees.  The gym is full of cots and tables and stocks of food and essentials.  We became the official East Corbett Evacuee church as of Tuesday.  It’s really a privilege for our...

Update from Africa, Day 10
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Update from Africa, Day 10

Greetings from Kamketo, Kenya. This is Pastor Mike. Even though it’s the winter months here, it has been over 90 degrees everyday. It took us an extra 3 days to get out here to Kemketo from Kitale, but everything is going fine. The ladies, Olivia, September, and my wife Jeanette, are learning the PoKot language...

Update from Africa, Day 4
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Update from Africa, Day 4

Our team left Monday for Africa! Flights through Seattle, Dubai, and Nairobi. The 7 hour drive to Kitale was terrible last night. Torrential rain and potholes. It seemed like 10,000 guys on motorcycles, sheep, donkeys, oh, and one zebra, were all on the “freeway.” They carry everything here by motorcycle. My two favorites that I...