“While he was still a long way off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him; he ran to his son, threw his arms around him and kissed him.” Luke 15:20
Kintsugi is a beautiful form of Japanese art. It is very counter cultural to our American sensitivities too. In American … Read More
Deanna and I bought our first house outside of St. Clairsville, Ohio. The neighborhood’s land had been reclaimed from strip … Read More
Genesis 22 tells the astonishing story of impossible obedience. It is the story of Abraham and the (almost) sacrificing of … Read More
This Lent, step up to the challenge of reading God’s word more than you were before. If you only heard it read when you came to church, challenge yourself to read a verse of scripture each day of the week. Click here for a great resource.
If you’ve been sporadic in your reading, utilize this season of Lent to re-devote yourself to being in the Word of God. Today!
Earthquake bolts were invented to provide stability to buildings that survived significant damage during seismic events but needed to be … Read More
It begins with ashes on our foreheads. It ends at the foot of an empty cross and before a tomb … Read More
During our Annual Meeting on January 24, a motion was brought forth by Scott Hirth regarding the renovations that were … Read More
There is a deep sense of community within the people of Ethiopia. The Oromo word for Community is Ummata. As … Read More
“He himself was not the light; he came only as a witness to the light.” John 1:8 John the Baptizer … Read More
The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. These three persons of the Trinity are perfectly united in One God revealed in … Read More