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A BEAUTIFUL day in the NEIGHBORHOOD – Be Brave

Webster’s definition for brave is as follows: having or showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty: having or showing courage. What’s your best day ever? It certainly wasn’t a day when you ran away, cowered or failed to do what you knew you should. Much...
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A BEAUTIFUL day in the NEIGHBORHOOD – Be Yourself

We often wish things would change, that someone would offer a class, begin a ministry, help people who ___________ (fill in the blank). How often do we realize that we need to be that “someone”? We are not called to be spectators observing the shakers and movers of this world....
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Shoe Collection – Sunday, January 26

We are collecting shoes for ShoeCrew (formerly Shoeman) Water Projects. This worthy mission sells the shoes we donate and uses the proceeds to purchase water-well digging equipment for areas of our world where clean water is scarce. Please bring any shoes you no longer need or...
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A BEAUTIFUL day in the NEIGHBORHOOD – Be Genuine

The First Commandment instructs us to love the Lord our God first and our neighbor next (just as much as we love ourselves). After being asked by an expert in Hebrew law, “Who is my neighbor?” (Luke 10:29) Jesus tells the story of The Good Samaritan and then asks the young man to...
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a BEAUTIFUL day in the NEIGHBORHOOD – New Series starts Jan. 12

Won’t you be my neighbor? In this series we will learn how to live out our faith in the various neighborhoods of our lives. How are you using your influence? Are you making the world a more beautiful place? Bring a neighbor and join us for a BEAUTIFUL day in the NEIGHBORHOOD.
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Come All Ye—Disappointed

Christmas is over and the holidays have passed and now we head into the new year. For some the new year means new beginnings and change and it’s exciting. For others the challenges, let downs, and disappointments of 2019 are hanging on and 2020 looks to be more of the same. How...
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