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New Year, New Beginnings by Hannah Hay

by Chandalee Chrisman

There’s something refreshing about a new year, isn’t there? Often there’s this feeling of starting fresh and getting a blank slate. I tend to love this, because it’s a beautiful reminder of what Christ has done and continues to do for us. In 2 Corinthians 5:17, we’re told: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he […]

Be Kind, Rewind by Margy Barber

by Chandalee Chrisman

At the end of a cross-state road trip, I stopped at a red light behind a tractor-trailer. The truck had clearly seen more miles than my car that day, as road grime covered the exterior. Someone was unable to resist the urge to finger-write across the dirty surface, leaving a message for all to read. […]

Pathways to Beauty by Jenn Campbell

by Chandalee Chrisman

I can’t believe it’s 2020! WHAT?! As a child of the 70s, this is my second millennium, second century and sixth decade to be alive! The passing of time truly confounds me. While I’m grateful to the Lord for His new mercies and a fresh start, I’m also a little sad to see the previous […]

New year, New Blog!

by Chandalee Chrisman

Happy New Year, and welcome to the BRAND NEW Women’s Ministry Blog! I’m Chandalee, your Women’s Ministry Director, and I’m excited to introduce you to some amazing women through this new adventure! The women writing for our blog are all in our church family, they love Jesus, are gifted in words and can’t wait to […]

Join The Band.

by Zac Johns

Currently, several of our musicians travel between campuses to serve the church. One of our goals for 2019 is for musicians to be able to serve at one campus. In order to do that, we need more volunteers.

STRONGER

by Gary Jared

In our Sunday services, we’re beginning a new sermon series called Stronger. We’ll step into the shoes of Joshua as his world gets turned upside down by transitions and trials in his life – and learn what it means to be STRONG. In Egypt, Joshua was a slave. He was born a slave, he lived […]

Connected in Community

by David Ivarson

God did not create us to live without the influences of biblical community in our lives. We lie to ourselves by saying that we are the reason that bad stuff is happening so we must deal with this alone. We lie to ourselves by saying that no one else would ever understand what we are going […]

A Threefold Cord

by Chandalee Chrisman

Growing up a pastor’s daughter, I have been fortunate to have never known a season when Sunday School was not part of my life. However, about 12 years ago, I experienced Sunday school in a new way when the Body of Christ tangibly showed me what engagement in each other’s lives really meant. I was […]

And we met in Sunday School

by Brian Smith

We stood in the gravel driveway by the ranch gate and cried. My wife and I embraced our best friends and wept because we knew that this moment was the last one we would share in this sweet season of life. We had laughed together, cried together and cared for one another. We had shared […]

Get Connected

by Gary Jared

Top Five Reasons to Go to Sunday School You may be asking, what’s so great about Sunday School? Why does the church keep rolling out all these Sunday School challenges? I go to church every week, and I really don’t have time for that extra hour on Sunday morning. If you don’t go to Sunday […]