Weekly Newsletter

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November 1, 2020

Does anyone reading this remember what it was like to drive to somewhere new in town before every phone had a built in GPS program? The other day, I was driving one of my boys to an appointment in another city, and I had no idea where I was going. So I pulled up the GPS on my phone and let it tell me where I had to go. I was so glad for the technology I had, and that I didn’t have to pull up a map book and examine each map for the street that I was looking for.  It saved me a lot of time and headache! [READ MORE]

October 25, 2020

I have been thinking a lot lately about the troubles and hardships that we all seem to face on a daily basis.  For each person, it may look a bit different.  For some, it is health related.  For others, it is financial.  For others, it could be job or school related.  And for others, it is relational.  In a world that is constantly changing, sometimes it feels like the only constant is that life feels like an uphill battle. [READ MORE]

October 18, 2020

The other day, I was out driving through the country side in our area, and I was struck by the pure beauty of the fall colours that were in front of me. As I drove, I was reminded of the absolute wonder, creativity, vastness, and power of God. Yet I was also reminded of Psalm 8 where the psalmist looks at all that is around him that God has made and is left to wonder of God “who am I that You are mindful of me?” [READ MORE]

October 11, 2020

Hi everyone! After having a week off to relax and unwind, it feels great to be back with all of you!

It is hard to believe it is October already! I have to pinch myself thinking about this next weekend being Thanksgiving already! Where has the time gone? I know this has been a different year for all of us. For some of us it has been stressful. For some of us, it has been unsettling. Some of us may be missing the opportunity to gather with our families this weekend for a Thanksgiving meal. As we come into thanksgiving, we may struggle with things to be thankful for. [READ MORE]

October 4, 2020

With much uncertainly still hanging around us, planning for the fall has been a challenge. Knowing we may need to pull things back on a moments notice we have designed a fall plan that will flex with government regulations as needed.

Thank you for your patience as we’ve navigated this challenging time together, and thank you for continuing to be the body of Christ in and around your communities. It is our prayer that you carry on being the hands and feet of Jesus regardless of the current climate. [READ MORE]