Pastor Kristin Wenck A great deal of our joy and frustration at Christmas centers around gift-giving. Joy at finding the perfect gift, frustration over finding a gift for someone who “has everything”. Giving gifts at Christmas began as a celebration of the … Continued
Pastor Jeanne Miller Back in the 1950’s I remember being in a hurricane that passed over my house. At that time, we had wooden shutters on each of our windows and I can remember my father closing them before the … Continued
by Pastor Jeanne Miller Spring is a beautiful time of the year. I think of cherry blossoms, daffodils, tulips, and leaves on trees. A couple of weeks ago I was outside our home with Jonathan, my grandson, and we were … Continued
Pastor Robert Miller There have been two defining occasions in my life as a believer. The first came in 1977 when, as a new Christian, I had difficulty understanding the Bible. I prayed and asked the Lord to help me … Continued
Pastor Jeanne Miller Every September brings the sound of school buses on the roads and children back at bus stops or walking along the streets in groups as they make their way to school. For some they are happy to … Continued
We hear from almost every ministry that this is the year for more, the year of coming into a fullness that we haven’t seen before. However, in order to walk in the fullness and to see more we are going to have to increase our capacity to receive this fullness. What do I mean by “increasing our capacity to receive”? I’m going to use two areas of receiving as examples: healing and prosperity.
by Justin Miller When I was young Pastor Bob was just Dad to me. He was the guy who laid down all the rules, enforced the rules, and provided so the rules could exist. I loved him as a child … Continued
By Pastor Jeanne Miller In I Corinthians 9:24-27 (Amp) we read, “Do you not know that in a race all the runners compete, but [only] one receives the prize? So run [your race] that you may lay hold [of the … Continued
This mind set exists in the church today. Many of us are not recognizing the signs of the times. We need to take Jesus’ advice and look again. He wants the church to realize that the time has come to reap the harvest and not wait any longer. The end of the age draws close and Jesus is coming back
“As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of thy youth. Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them: they shall not be ashamed . . .”Psalm 127:4-5. This scripture brings back memories of a Jr. High school archery class. They took us outside, a little too close to the school as it turns out, and set up targets on hay bales.