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King of My Heart

Posted by Susan Ridgway on

Recently, Ray and I went on a big adventure with our youngest son, Josiah.  We said "goodbye" to Anna and Zachary and began a journey that took us 3 flights and about 29 hours.  We landed in Sofia, Bulgaria and within in just about an hour we were in a car and headed to Shumen...

Rescue

Posted by Dusty Cookson on

Psalm 91:14-15 14 The LORD says, “I will rescue those who love me.     I will protect those who trust in my name. 15 When they call on me, I will answer;     I will be with them in trouble.     I will rescue and honor them. Think of a time in your life...

Read...Read...Read

Posted by Brooks Wachs on

Reading books…it is something I enjoy today, but growing up it was something I had a great disdain for. Growing up I struggled with reading and tried to avoid reading anyway I could. That disdain continued through high school, but would be squashed during my freshman year of college. I...

Branded

Posted by David Barber on

On the ranch side of our operations in Nebraska spring meant new calves, fixing fences, and branding. Branding is putting a mark on your cattle with a hot iron that is shaped in a unique way that identifies the ranch. Why do ranchers brand? One word: ownership. It signify’s to the sale...

Even in an Unassuming Conversation...

Posted by Dusty Cookson on

They come at the most inopportune moments. They arrive at times and in places you would least expect. They’re those impromptu conversations you really never planned on having. But then, something the other person says grabs your attention and sort of cuts to the core. Isn’t it funny...

God Made You

Posted by Brooks Wachs on

The words God Made You are so simple, but are so powerful all in the same way. This summer through KidZone and VBS the FCC Kids Ministry has been going through Gadgets and Gizmos. We have been focusing on the concept that each of us are uniquely wired and wonderfully made. Through every lesson...

Failing Forward

Posted by David Barber on

We all fear failing. Who doesn’t? However, when we become afraid to fail we fail in another way. This becomes the type of failure that keeps us from attempting, from doing, from stepping out into new territories, from speaking new ideas, from inviting friends and classmates to church, or...

Awesome God Stuff

Posted by Susan Ridgway on

Children's Dessert Theater is in full swing and we are having a blast!  Every song is based on scripture and by the end the students will have had the opportunity to learn as many as 20 bible verses!   Each Sunday evening we learn a new song.  As we study the songs, we look at...

Baggage Claim

Posted by Dusty Cookson on

Over the past few months, I’ve spent plenty of time in the air somewhere between Kansas and Illinois. Needless to say, more than a few hours have been spent in airports. But there was one place I grew to dread, the baggage claim area. That’s right, the daunting baggage claim reminded...

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