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Daily Disciple Decisions

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Posted by Richard Crockett on

Daily Disciple Decisions As we each strive to become disciples of Jesus, we must always choose to make the best choices every day.  Each day there are some areas that are easy, and others that take more work, but if we can focus on the proper things, God can do amazing things in our...

Why Do I Run? I Run 4 God

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Posted by Brooks Wachs on

Running…this word brings up so many different emotions for each person. For some it brings up the excitement of competition, others it brings of the fear of disappointment. Some when they hear this word they think of many times they have started, but stopped and for others it brings up...

Adopted

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Posted by David Barber on

I have many titles. I am a minister, a mentor, a mentee, a disciple, a friend, a fixer of broken things, a builder of new things, a husband, and a father. I am quite serious in my pursuits of all of these roles. They come with varying responsibilities. As a minister to students I am called to...

Running on E

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Posted by Dusty Cookson on

“Then Jesus said, ‘Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.’”  Matthew 11:28 Last summer, after years of planning (begging Monica more like it), We purchased a pick up. I really like my truck, more than I should, I...

The Garden

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Posted by Susan Ridgway on

Kari Jobe is an modern worship leader who has produced some beautiful worship music over the past 5 years.  Her newest album includes the title song called "The Garden".   I would like to share her story as it pertains to this song. Kari was pregnant with her first child and was...

FCC Kids: Spring Outlook

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Posted by Brooks Wachs on

Spring has arrived!!! There is a lot going on within FCC Kid's Ministry…let me give you a glance. On Sunday Mornings in KidZone Live we will be spending the month of April focusing on the word Humility. Humility is putting others first by giving up what you think you deserve. This month...

When You don't move the mountains....

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Posted by Susan Ridgway on

As many of you know, Ray and I have been in the process of adopting a little girl from Bulgaria for about five years now.  It has been a long process with some big lessons learned along the way.   At times through our process we have felt forgotten.  We had even joked that we...

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