All are welcome to join our study in the book of Ephesians with Pastor George Dikeman every 2nd and 4th Sunday at 9am.
Posted: September 22
Genesis 6:9b “Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his generation. Noah walked with God.” When our kids were little, sometimes we would take them out for a walk in the evenings. Although, what began as a walk usually escalated into a competition between the two. They always wanted to see who could run the fastest! So they would race each other down the sidewalk awhile, and then race back. What started as a simple outing usually ended up with Stephanie and I just trying to corral them so they didn’t hurt themselves. What is the illustration of your walk with Jesus? Are you walking with Him, as Noah did, and allowing Him to lead you each and every step of the way? Or are you running around on your own, occasionally checking in with Him once in awhile? God wants us to stick close by His side because He knows the trouble we can get into on our own. Noah’s life was obviously a great example in his time, and it still is today. The mark of his life was his obedience and his close walk with God. As you and I choose to be led by Him each step of the way, He can bless our life, and use us as an example of His love. Lord bless your week! Pastor Mark Mehl
Posted: September 14
Matthew 15:29,30 “Jesus went on from there and walked beside the Sea of Galilee. And he went up on the mountain and sat down there. 30 And great crowds came to him, bringing with them the lame, the blind, the crippled, the mute, and many others, and they put them at his feet, and he healed them” If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to visit Israel, everywhere you go is a moving experience! One of the most amazing places to visit is the Sea of Galilee. It’s wonderful to be in the exact spot where Jesus ministered, and healed and changed the lives of so many. Even though Jesus isn’t still physically sitting on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, we know that He is still in the business of healing and delivering lives. He came to save our souls, and to heal the physically, emotionally and spiritually broken. As you walk with Jesus, continue to bring your concerns to Him. Philippians tells us not to be anxious, but to bring all of our worries and concerns to the Lord. We know that He hears our prayers and nothing is too difficult for Him! Lord bless your week, and we’ll see you on Sunday, Pastor Mark Mehl
Posted: September 14
Here are a couple of Tina's photos of the cake from our church's 10th anniversary celebration. It's hard to believe that it's been 10 years! By the time I got out to see them after the service they had been severely dismantled. Thanks to the Lord and all of you for 10 great years!