The Church and Halloween: How Should We Respond?

October 31st 2013 5 comments so far  

file9251291040084Halloween is awesome, and I enjoy it now almost as much as I did when I was a little tyke. When I was four or five, I was Aladdin and I was set on being as true to character as I could. I told my mom in no uncertain terms that I didn’t care how cold it was outside; the real Aladdin did not wear a sweater. That trend continued when I dressed up as an Angry Bird last year, with authentic game …

Check Out the Summer 2012 Connection!

July 23rd 2012 No comments yet  

The latest issue of our Connection newsletter is now available. Some of the stories in this issue include:

1. Are High School Students Abandoning Their Faith?

2. From “I Do” to “Happily Ever After”

3. Retirement is a Full Time Job

4. Special Needs Ministry Using iPads

A detailed calendar, Ask the Pastor, and Spring In review sections are also included.

Pick up a copy at one of the newstands around our church, or view it online here. (You can browse the Connection on your …

Food for the Soul, Not the Sweet Tooth (by Pastor Roy Williamson)

June 8th 2012 No comments yet  

On Memorial Day I received an email from my oldest son, Martin, who is the First Sergeant of the 94th Combat Support Hospital deployed to Khost, Afghanistan.  Among other things, he mentioned a recent visit from the Brigade Chaplain team:

Come to find out, our chaplains are Evangelical (one is Baptist). They confirmed what I have seen and felt, that the troops are doing fine without the candy . . . people send in care boxes.  What the soldiers hunger for

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