January 16, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – January 19, 2020

It is a fact that we can never really know where we are unless we have an awareness of where we have been.  It is foolish to try to go back and live in the past.  But it is an act of wisdom to remember it, reflect on it, and learn from it. Any accurate inventory of the past will include some happy memories.  We should hold on to those and carry them with us from one year to the next.  Then when the road gets difficult, as surely it will, we can take out one of those memories and […]
January 10, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – January 12, 2020

“In the cities the wounded and dying cry out, but God ignores their prayers.”  This cry of Job must be one of the most poignant statements in the Scriptures.  Although the scholars keep telling us this is an anguished cry for help from a man in intense pain, it sounds more like a cry of despair.  After all, this is the same Job who also cried: “I give up, I am tired of living.  Leave me alone.  My life makes no sense.”  But the scholars must be right:  knowing Job, basically a man of faith, his outburst must have been […]
January 9, 2020

January Newsletter – The Messenger

January 8, 2020

Renew and Rebuild Update

January 6, 2020

March for Life Bus to DC – Jan. 24