“Dangers of the Mission Field” by former missionary and SCC church member, Don Crosbie

February 1st 2013 No comments yet  

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My wife Valmae and I have travelled together in our 47 years of marriage to over 80 countries during the time we served as missionaries and when I was director of an international missions organization. We served in Indonesia, and our two children were born there.  We both come from a strong missionary background: my wife came from a missionary family that went to Indonesia in 1949, and I have two siblings who served in Papua New Guinea. Both of our …

Nurture: New Missionary Program from Pastor Tom Hayes

January 17th 2013 No comments yet  

Pastor Tom HayesMissions Pastor Tom Hayes believes that a sign of a healthy church is one that looks outside of its own walls. “It’s important for a church to see what God is doing internationally,” Hayes said. Enter Nurture, a program designed for both those interested in serving in long-term missions and people eager to become involved in missions at home.

Nurture, a new yearlong program available this spring, aims to walk with an individual as he or she develops an understanding of whether he …

A Threshold Crossed

September 15th 2008 No comments yet  

Yesterday (9/14) was glorious! And momentous! And exhausting!

Glorious. I don’t think that word’s too hyperbolic to describe yesterday’s worship experience. For me it was the culmination of almost five years of praying, yearning, thinking, talking, decision-making and, okay, I’ll admit it, worrying. I wept and I laughed and I tried to soak in everything that I could see and hear. Watching folks react to the atrium and the worship center was fascinating. One little boy told me that the atrium looked like an airport. “And that’s a complement,” his mother assured me. There were not a few “wows” …

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